Jill Redding (in red flowered blouse). Jill is a professional actress with a long history with Tudor Hall and an interest in murder mystery theatre. Jill appeared in 10 episodes of season two of The Wire.
Elwin Penski (far right in blue shirt) founder of the Junius B. Booth Society (http://juniusbooth.org/) and webmaster for the Historical Society of Harford County website. Elwin also prepared the wonderful framed poster that hangs in the "Booth Room" at Tudor Hall.
In third row on far right in green striped shirt: Lee Pucklis, theatre professional who does a lot of work in Philadelphia and whose parents live in Harford County.
Vern Hart wore the costume of a gentleman of the Civil War period and discussed his costume in detail.
Cindi Leyko-Fleischman (left) spoke to Kathy Scholl after the meeting.
Kathy Scholl wore the attire of an 18th century woman of "middling" means. Kathy removed some of her outer attire to reveal her petticoat, pockets (tied on a string around her waist), and corset. Fascinating!
Susan Wooden enjoying the refreshments served in the dining room after the meeting. A big THANK YOU to Susan, Kathy, and Vern for such an interesting, informative, and fun presentation!
James T. Wollon is the great-grandson of Ella Harward Kyle Mahoney who lived at Tudor Hall from 1878 until her death in the house in 1948. Her first husband Samuel A. S. Kyle bought Tudor Hall as a wedding gift for his young bride. Jim is a preservation and restoration architect.