Licensed Battlefield Guide Jim Pangborn takes a group of Reenactors on a tour of Pickett's Charge Saturday morning.  This part of the program was sponsored by the Gettysburg Anniversary Committee.

Licensed Battlefield Guide Jim Pangborn takes a group of Reenactors on a tour of Pickett's Charge Saturday morning.  This part of the program was sponsored by the Gettysburg Anniversary Committee.

Grace Natsis, from Central NJ, and Subia Moya, from Queens, NY.  Grace is portraying a WWII Women's Army Corps Nurse, and Subia is portraying a WWII Red Cross Volunteer

Grace Natsis, from Central NJ, and Subia Moya, from Queens, NY.  Grace is portraying a WWII Women's Army Corps Nurse, and Subia is portraying a WWII Red Cross Volunteer

10 year-old Sean Brightbill Jr. from Lebanon, PA.  Sean has been Reenacting for 3 years.

10 year-old Sean Brightbill Jr. from Lebanon, PA.  Sean has been Reenacting for 3 years.

Chris Ackerman from West Virginia, manager of Regimental Quartermaster, Gettysburg.

Chris Ackerman from West Virginia, manager of Regimental Quartermaster, Gettysburg.

 WWII Reenactor David Dilks from Hanover, PA.

 WWII Reenactor David Dilks from Hanover, PA.

The Civil War meets World War II.  Chris Ackerman from West Virginia, manager of Regimental Quartermaster, Gettysburg, greets WWII Reenactor David Dilks from Hanover, PA.

The Civil War meets World War II.  Chris Ackerman from West Virginia, manager of Regimental Quartermaster, Gettysburg, greets WWII Reenactor David Dilks from Hanover, PA.

The Fashion Display and Afternoon Tea was a huge success. The capacity crowd of 50 people had a wonderful time and enjoyed themselves with Tea and Refreshments as they mingled with featured guests Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Truman.   The fashions were from the Regency Era to World War II.

The Fashion Display and Afternoon Tea was a huge success. The capacity crowd of 50 people had a wonderful time and enjoyed themselves with Tea and Refreshments as they mingled with featured guests Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Truman.   The fashions were from the Regency Era to World War II.