Thank you so much for including me in the festivities surrounding 'The Lincoln Project.' I am very humbled to be able to offer the [Lincoln Bicentennial] recognition. . . . Keep the great work that you are doing going forward for our community, our state and our country!
David Hawk, State of Tennessee, State Representative 5th District, Sponsor of the Bicentennial "Abraham Lincoln Day" Tennessee House of Representatives Proclamation
I just returned from a research trip . . . to find your two delightful DVDs on Lincoln in my box. It would be a gross understatement to say that I was impressed! More accurately, I was quite overwhelmed by the settings, costumes, music, accurate information, and overall professionalism . . . devoted to this film series. . . .
Brian E. Strayer, Ph.D., Professor of History, Andrews University
Bravo! Your delightful Lincoln presentation was a masterful blend of authenticity, information and scholarly research. . . . Thank you for a most informative and inspiring program.
Thank you so much for traveling here and performing such wonderful shows depicting Abraham Lincoln. . . . Please come back to Columbus again soon!
Mona Vance, Archivist, Columbus-Lowndes Public Library
Chris, I can not thank you enough for your contribution to the success of the Bicentennial of Andrew Johnson and Anniversary of the U.S. Constitution program. Your professionalism, talent, and calm sense of place helped me tremendously and was the glue that held the program together. . . . [This event] won an Award of Excellence at the state museum conference last week. Thanks!!
George Collins, Director, Tusculum College Department of Museum Program and Studies
It was an immense pleasure working with you. I am sure that if Catharine Dickson Williams were alive today, she would have loved playing the role of a gracious hostess to such an historic event. After all she did live in this house when Mr. Lincoln was President. We wish you much success . . . in the amazing work you do portraying President Lincoln.
Wilhelmina Williams, Dickson Williams Historical Association