Being in the presence of Howard Wright as President Abraham Lincoln is an experience you will not soon forget. Dressed in precise period attire and speaking with a Kentucky accent, Lincoln’s mannerisms, speaking style, and humanity flows over the listener with each moving sentence, witty observance, or eloquent description of a tortuous time that was the Civil War.
Authenticated speeches, letters, quotes, and humorous stories have been the foundation from which Howard Wright has crafted his program, giving you a sense of what it was like to have been in the presence of Abraham Lincoln.
This program is made possible by donations given to the Friends of the Cheshire Public Library in memory of Arthur Hostage.
Please register online or by calling 203-272-2245.
- Saturday, February 22, 2020
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Mary Baldwin Room, Main Level