Submitted by Jeanette Pewitt

The Brunswick Woman’s Club hosted Casey Hill, Fort Frederica Park Ranger, for its March meeting. He shared his hobby — historical music — with the members. He played popular phonograph records from the 1920s, 30s and 40s. He first demonstrated his wind-up Victrola and then played several records by big bands and famous singers. Members loved the great clarity of the instrument and the integrity of the records.

Pictured are Gail Cowan, left, and Ranger Casey Hill.

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