Did you know that photographer Margaret Bourke-White had to make Stalin laugh to get his picture, and she was told by Patton to hide his jowls? Letters and tender WWII-era V-mails found at Syracuse University form the basis for this living history program. Sally Matson's lifetime in theatre began with acting and directing at Northwestern University, and her fascination with history provides the audience with an entertaining lesson.
Hosted by the Exeter Historical Society.
Funded project of the New Hampshire Humanities. New Hampshire Humanities is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the HUmanities.