Editor's Notebook: Historic Mystery Solved, Nike Arrives and More
A look at a few of the most notable stories this week on Georgetown Patch.
Peabody Room Librarian Jerry McCoy Solves a Mystery
Through online research McCoy discovers the indentity of an unknown soldier featured in a watercolor housed at the library, "Cavalry Officer at Pleasant Valley, Maryland October 24, 1862." The "graphite and opaque watercolor on paper" was done by Johannes Adams Oertel. Read about McCoy's sleuthing here.
Other local news you may have missed:
- West Heating Plant meeting draws developers from near and far.
- Small Business owners can register for Patch-sponsored online marketing summit.
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