Lee Kershner is a casual student of history and particularly, the history of firearms. A native of Pennsylvania, hunting, marksmanship and an interest in the many Civil War monuments were entwined in his early years. After graduating Penn State in electrical engineering and ROTC, the USAF kept him off the streets and kept him fed until he retired. Various and sundry occupations followed until retirement from the Washington Dept of Labor in 1990. During these years of employment it was occasionally suggested that his real vocation was as a firearms hobbyist and the other engagements simply a means to fund the hobby. As a firearms hobbyist, his activities have included collecting assorted guns, accumulating a modest library pertaining to US history and associated guns, building replicas of vintage arms and participating as a competitive shooter in muzzle – loading shooting matches scattered from the local Spokane Rifle Club to sites back east. His picture shows him as a representative of the Spokane Muzzle Loading Rifle club to the board of directors of the Spokane Rifle Club
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John Caskey will be speaking about the history of hats. Each month he has a new hat to show us. In this picture he is wearing the Top Hat and his wife, Catherine is wearing the American Lady's Bonnet. http://www.twodogcitytours.com