History Day 2008

The Greenfield Historical Society hosted History Day on October 4th. It was a day of various activities at the buildings at the east end of town. Special exhibits were featured as well as craftspeople demonstrating their skills. There was even an "attic sale" for the community yard sale. And of course there was plenty of food.

We wish to give a special thank you to everyone who helped make this event successful.

Wendy and Harold

A Civil War reenactor visited with the ladies at the quilt display.

Bob Watts and Henry May enjoy a conversation. Bob had a display of Greenfield sports through the years.

Cheryl Collier sold photographs in the Attic Sale area.

A Civil War reenactor, Larry Whitmore, talks to a visitor at the soldiers' encampment on the lawn of Travellers Rest.

Cub Scouts sold popcorn products.

Earl and Grace Dhume volunteered to host the Red Barn displays during the morning.

Larry Chapman, Susan Long, Bo Narcross, and Pat Narcross work at the smoker. Larry and Bo smoked bologna and pork loin for sandwiches.

Eric Salyers worked on his carving project during the day.

Henry May and george Foltz renewed their friendship.

Henry May signing a book for Susan Long.

Jim Thompson was one of several wood carvers demonstrating their skills.

Ed King and Henry May enjoy a funny moment.

Tom Adams explained his train display to visitors at the Depot.

Some of Bob Watts' Greenfield sports memorabilia.

Some of the quilts on display.

Some of the vintage photographs on display.

Susan Fulkner demonstrates the art of chair caning to a visitor.

Susan Thompson's display of Greenfield memorabilia.

Norman Gingerich demonstrated blacksmithing.

The Greenfield Historical Society
PO Box 266
Greenfield, Ohio 45123