Guest Book
Showing: 21-30 of 176
M. A. Birks said:   August 24, 2015 11:57 am PST
I thoroughly enjoyed your CSPAN interview last evening. We took our children to visit many of the Presidential Museums and Libraries during our vacations together. He would have loved knowing of all the locations you have listed, "as places to visit!"

Virginia Bailey said:   August 24, 2015 11:53 am PST
Hi! I was so taken with you interview with Brian Lamb last evening I have sent this wonderful site to many friends. I do hope you are eligible to be a Son of the American Revolution with your great interest in our nation and its history. Thank you for bringing my visits to many sites back to this 85 year old descendant from many patriots......

Joe Lazar said:   August 24, 2015 11:19 am PST
Interesting interview on C Span. Aug 23.

Richard said:   August 24, 2015 10:57 am PST
Kurt: Your site is fantastic. Thank you. Please keep me updated..

Walt said:   August 24, 2015 8:25 am PST
Hi form Cumberland, RI Saw you on Q & A , good show and very interesting, Love history and cemetery's , good web site too

Ken & Mary Ann LaFazia said:   August 24, 2015 6:40 am PST
Kurt, Watched the interview on cspan last night. Very impressed. Keep up the good work, we are all so proud of you.

Paul Meuse said:   August 24, 2015 4:57 am PST
I was moved to view your website after watching your interview this morning on CNN. Very impressive, and enjoyable. Maybe you should contact Bill O'Reilly. He is interested in the presidents having written at least two books about them. Keep up the good work.

Dave said:   August 24, 2015 4:54 am PST
I noticed that you have the Mason symbol on your site. Is there a reason for it? I watched the interview on C-SPAN and it was good to have seen it.

Robert P. Gery said:   August 24, 2015 4:52 am PST
Good Morning Kurt, I enjoyed your interview today on C-Span. This is a hobby that I have pursued through the years, although I've only visited 25 Presidents graves and a handful of VP's. I, too, was impressed with President Garfield's casket on full view and the beautiful view of Cleveland from the top of the structure. One interesting grave I stumbled upon near the Supreme Court justices at Arlington National cemetery is that of William E. Miller, Barry Goldwater's running mate in 1964. His marker proudly states that he ran for VP in that year. Perhaps your next searches would include those who unsuccessfully sought high office. Best wishes on the rest of your college career and future endeavors.

Ben Sims said:   August 23, 2015 8:47 pm PST
Kurt: Just finished watching your interview on C-Span. You are amazing. I too have been to a number of Presidential Grave and Presidential Libraries. I have always been fascinated with grave yards so you are not strange to me. One book I read two years ago you might already have discovered is Stealing Lincoln's Body by Thomas J. Craughwell. On page 195 the author gives the account of a 13 year old boy by the name of Fleetwood Lindley who was one of the last people to view Lincoln's body before it was finally laid to rest in the beautiful monument in Springfield, IL. The story was so fascinating. Good luck in your Presidential search and check out the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock sometime. Keep up the Presidential Historical Seaches many like me love history too. God Bless!

Sign My Guest Book

Website Builder