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Want to come heckle LincolnConspirators.com author Dave Taylor in person? Here are some of my public speaking engagements planned for the future. NOTE: These upcoming speeches may be cancelled or postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Date: TBD Saturday(s) in 2023
Location: Surratt House Museum (9118 Brandywine Road, Clinton, MD 20735)
Time: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Speech: John Wilkes Booth Escape Route Bus Tour
Description: Dave is one of the narrators for the Surratt Society’s John Wilkes Booth Escape Route Tour. The 12 hour bus tour documents the escape of the assassin through Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Information on how to register can be found here: http://www.surrattmuseum.org/booth-escape-tour
Additional speeches and information will be posted when available. Past speaking engagements can be seen here: https://lincolnconspirators.com/about/
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I visited Pt. Tobacco — I think it was in the 1970’s. The Proprietor of the Old Quenzel Book Shop, James Barbour, took me out to the site of Brawner’s Hotel. Nothing remained except a hole in the ground and a few bricks from the foundation. Jim gave me one of the bricks, and I still have it. Does anyone know if Jim Barbour is strill alive? I believe he is! I bought some really nice books from Jim, including a first edition of Oldroyd’s “The Poets’ Lincoln,” an original hard cover edition of Buckingham’s “Reminiscences & Souvenirs of Lincoln’s Assassination,” and Ella Mahoney’s “Sketches of Tudor Hall,” which (like most other copies) bears her autograph. Thanx for showing the empty lot where the hotel stood.