Early 19th Century Loom House, Williamson Chapel,
The Haynes Museum,
June Ware LaGreen as Harriet Tubman,
|This is the only photograph that is not mine. I could not take such a great picture because of the millions (well it felt like it!) people that were there!. This is from Cannonburgh's site.|
|It was such an incredibly BRIGHT sunshiny day (hey, isn't this a song?), and yet, the room would not take, except for this amazing window!!! I love this picture so much.|
|Cloud went through....|
|... and then left.|
|Not exactly sure what they fellows were doing, but Sidney had to get her picture taken with them.|
|Yep, I have even worked on these at my grandparents!|
|I thought that this was a cool shot.|
|Another really cool shot!|
|These are actual, not replicas|
Invoices for feed and dry goods
|I'm not sure if this was a replica, or just a doll house.|
There was no plaque.
|I had to get Sidney next to this wheel!!|
Yes, this I have never seen before.
And, I'm sure you can tell how excited she was in this particular part of the museum. lol
|Tin type machine|
Did I know this when I saw it?
Sidney told me what it was!
|Both of my grandfathers had this.|
Not so antique-y to me!
|June Ware LaGreen|
as Harriet Tubman
She was fantastic!
I missed probably the first half because I didn't know she was there.
I really want to see her again!
|Sidney loved her too|
Not only was she a great actress who knows her stuff,
but she was so patient with the people in the audience, Sidney
and especially ME because I couldn't get the picture focused. If she can be patient with that, then I know that she is the best of people!!
June's Website is HERE
|Me getting gas. ;)|
Ok, I wish.
|Not sure what this building is or was. There was no plaque|
But it was at the entrance to the parking lot.