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A Cold Day in April

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A Cold April Afternoon

Just a few photos from yesterday’s Civil War Living History event at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall. I always look for one that works well in sepia, and this group from the 9th Pennsylvania Reserves huddled around the campfire that sputtered in the wind worked well, especially when I got to an angle where no houses could be seen on the hill in the distance.

Below a young re-enactor wears a period dress and crocheted sontag to match and her hair tucked into a light snood with a young lady’s headpiece made by her mother as she gazes out a window of the Capt. Thos. Espy Post on the dim and cold afternoon.

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Young Lady

And we had a surprise guest—Andrew Carnegie himself, or so it seemed!

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Andrew Carnegie himself came to visit.

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3 responses

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  2. Would love to do a reenactment some day!

    April 7, 2014 at 7:09 am

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