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Brooklin School’s living wax museum

Cameron Torrey as Franklin Pierce

Cameron Torrey as Franklin Pierce

Cameron Torrey, a seventh-grader, as Franklin Pierce, discusses the impact of his presidency with visitors and, at rear, teacher Rebecca Turner.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Seeta John portrayed Abigail Powers

Seeta John portrayed Abigail Powers

Eighth-grader Seeta John portrayed Abigail Powers, the first “to keep her job after becoming first lady,” said John.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Allen van Reidsen and Charlie Adkins

Allen van Reidsen and Charlie Adkins

From left, Allen van Reidsen became Ulysses B. Grant, and Charlie Adkins, Rutherford B. Hayes at Brooklin School's presidential wax museum.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Graham Grant chose to portray Martin Van Buren

Graham Grant chose to portray Martin Van Buren

Eighth-grader Graham Grant chose to portray Martin Van Buren “because of his hair,” he said at Brooklin School’s presidential wax museum on January 25.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Crystal Forget chose to portray Louisa Adams

Crystal Forget chose to portray Louisa Adams

Crystal Forget, a sixth-grader, chose to portray Louisa Adams. The hardest part “was probably getting the real information,” she said.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Leigh Brooks stays in character as Harriet Lane

Leigh Brooks stays in character as Harriet Lane

Leigh Brooks stays in character as Harriet Lane, niece to James Buchanan.

Photo courtesy Brooklin School

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