History Day 2013

The Greenfield Historical Society hosted History Day on October 5th. 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.

Shirley King demonstrated the art of colored pencil painting

One of the buggies on display at the Grain and Hay area

Eric Salyers impressed visitors with his carving talent.

Charlotte and Rodney Pack display books written by Charlotte

The Patterson Mail Delivery Buggy got a lot of interest

Robert Grim preparing for his 1812 War presentation

One of the rooms on display at the Smith Tannery

Another room on display at the Smith Tannery

Guests enjoyed pork loin sandwiches, hot dogs, bean soup throughout the day.

Many thanks to Chris Dodds for smoking the pork for the sandwiches!

The art of quilting was demonstrated by Jayne Honnold

Sue Faulkner demonstrated chair caning.

Howard Kelley was the Pennsylvania rifle expert / fiddle and banjo player

Tom Adams continues to add to his great display of Greenfield

More of Tom's display

Visitors were fascinated by Tom Adams' model train layout.

The Greenfield Historical Society
PO Box 266
Greenfield, Ohio 45123