Fairview Library offers Civil War display in April
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Larry Stinson, Historian of SCV Camp 2034 presents the Civil War display to Kathy Grimenstein, Branch Head of Fairview Public Library. photo submitted

The Fairview Observer - April 6, 2004

Library offers Civil War display in April

April has typically been designated as Confederate or Civil War History Month. To honor that designation, the members of Captain Ed Baxter Camp 2034 Sons of Confederate Veterans in Fairview have a special treat in store for Fairview library visitors.
A unique, must-see display offering an up-close look at Civil War artifacts is now on exhibit at the Fairview Public Library, 2240 Fairview Boulevard.
The display is open for public viewing and will remain on display throughout the month of April.
All relics in the display were actually dug by Dennis and Irene Lampley of Fairview from various battlefields and campgrounds in Middle Tennessee.
The exhibit includes two volumes of Confederate military records and pension applications of veterans and their widows from the Fairview area. The records have been donated to the library on behalf of SCV Camp 2034 and Old Hickory Chapter 747 United Daughters of the Confederacy in Dickson.
The donation will help preserve Fairview’s history, giving all residents, current and future, the opportunity to witness part of Fairview history.
For more information, call Librarian Kathy Grimenstein at 799-0235.


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