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Stratton-Porter comes to life through historic impersonator

September 29, 2011

Gene Stratton-Porter is portrayed by Glory-June Greiff recently at the South Whitley Public Library. — Post & Mail photo / Robin R. Plasterer

SOUTH WHITLEY — For 90 minutes, audience members believed they were hearing about the life, in first person, of Gene Stratton-Porter, the most famous female author from Indiana.
The Genealogical Society of Whitley County brought Stratton-Porter to life in the person of historic impersonator Glory-June Greiff during its recent meeting at the South Whitley Public Library.
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