Jessica Spring, great-great granddaughter of Charles Brown, donated a scrapbook to us on April 20th, once belonging to her forefather. She, her husband and son briefly stopped by the house while passing through town. The scrapbook mostly consists of poetry Charles clipped from newspapers and other publications, poetry written by people he most likely admired. There are, however, a few random articles on various topics scattered throughout, one describing how President Abraham Lincoln looked while in his coffin before burial.