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Nancy Tobin said:   October 12, 2019 6:35 am PST
Love the website Kurt. Good job. We were happy to have you as a volunteer at the JFK Presidential Library and Museum several years ago. Keep up the good work. Love the PT109 t-shirt!

Ian McMaster said:   August 23, 2019 1:04 pm PST
Most impressive. However, when I visited Grant's Tomb in 2008, there were no warnings from Park Rangers, though I could only photograph his coffin from well above. Hope to visits those POTUS who fascinate me.

Christopher Brown said:   March 30, 2019 7:35 am PST
Fantastic website! I find all of this to be both fascinating and highly inspiring. As a history buff and avid traveler, this makes me want to undertake a project of my own. Well done, sir!

Joe Carroll said:   March 17, 2019 7:27 pm PST
Gosh, Kurt! I'm going to College Station in April to do the exact same thing you did, to finish it up againn and to pay my respects to President Bush. Glad to see you were able to make it too.

Joel Dietz said:   January 4, 2019 7:18 am PST
I love presidential history and seeing that you have been to all these sights is awesome.

Russell Clayton said:   December 9, 2018 9:59 am PST
What a wonderful passion - a love for history especially American history with an focus on the presidents. Super interview on C-Span and a very enjoyable website.

Kristen Botello Murphy said:   September 23, 2017 6:59 am PST
Thank you Kurt ! You are very fortunate in your quest to visit all the Presidents /Vice Presidents graves. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and adventures.

William Joseph Reynolds said:   August 7, 2017 9:50 am PST
I'm enjoying your wonderful site, particularly, of Levi P. Morton's final resting place. Tears are rolling down my face. Nearly 30 years ago, September 6, 1987, on our first full day of married life, my wife and I were driving through Rhinebeck, NY, and a light-bulb flashed over my head, and I said to her, 'Rhinebeck is the hometown of Levi P. Morton, who was Benjamin Harrison's Vice-President and, later, Governor of New York State. To which, my dear wife, Joan, replied: 'Can't we have breakfast, first?' Well, breakfast would have to wait. Here it was, the Labor Day Holiday weekend, and we woke up the caretaker, who was kind enough to show us the Morton plot. I lost my dear wife, very suddenly, 22 months ago. Thank you for bringing back this wonderful memory.

Robert Lewandoski said:   July 31, 2017 8:23 am PST
Just happened to stumble on your web page related to the Vice Presidents burial sites. Last week, on July 26, 2017, I visited the grave of Andrew Johnson, the 17th President, and thus completed visiting the graves of all deceased Presidents. I will never get to see all of the Vice Presidential graves, but you have accomplished that feat.

David R said:   February 16, 2017 5:04 pm PST
Great Page! I'm working on visiting the presidents' graves, been to 25 so far.

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