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Saved bridge’s history told

Saved bridge’s history told

Durant Daily Democrat

by Candice Budgick, Staff Writer

February 6, 2010

A history of Carpenter’s Bluff bridge (the KO&T Railroad bridge), was given by Kathryn Plunkett, who serves as the digital information literacy librarian at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Thursday evening as part of the Museum on Main Street Journey Stories exhibit.

People who gathered at the Upper Crust for the presentation enjoyed an artistic photographic montage of the bridge by Ethan Tweedie and a PowerPoint presentation on the history, written and created by Plunkett. The presentation was narrated by Dr. John Love.

After the presentation guests were able to share memories and stories about the bridge.

When asked to give this presentation, Plunkett admittedly knew little about the bridge, however she used the opportunity to learn about its history. “My presentation is really answering my own questions,” she said... FULL ARTICLE

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