- Programs are 45 minutes in length
- Cost is $250 for the first program and half price for the second program on the same day.
- Programs for non-profits, schools and civic organizations are free if within 75 miles of Charles Town, WV and if the author is allowed to sell books.
- Schools and organizations located in the state of West Virginia need to work through the West Virginia Humanities Council for this presentation at a cost of $125. See http://www.wvhumanities.org/alive.htm
Programs are appropriate for all ages and can be tailored to your organization or special event
What Our Clients Have Said About Our Programs
“Since 2009, Bob surprised us by joining us in first person as Ward Hill Lamon. Bob does an excellent job…and is a favorite of visitors and volunteers alike.” Alan Woodrum, Lamon House Volunteer Coordinator, Danville, Illinois
“Thank you for bringing Ward Hill Lamon to life this morning. Thank you for presenting such a human character in the context of his times.” Willa Kaal, Co-chair of Program Planning, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
“I would say that you accomplished your goal of making history come alive.” Middleburg/State Line (PA) Historical Society
“I commend Bob O’Connor’s scholarship and first person portrayals of Lincoln’s confidant, law partner and later Lincoln biographer, Ward Hill Lamon. Inspired by Bob’s portrayal, I decided to portray an equally controversial figure, General D. H. Hill.” Douglas Batson, Doctor of Religious Education
Your performance topic drew a large crowd. In fact, because of limited seating, we had to turn many disappointed guests away. Those who did attend were heard to comment on how interesting they found the presentation. Linda Hess, Historic Interpreter, Indian King Tavern Museum, First Night event Haddonfield, NJ