The Emancipation Of Billy
"The Emancipation Of Billy" is hosted by the J.C. Elkins O. Henry Literary Discussion Group, a monthly reading (and discussion) group focused on the short stories of William Sydney Porter (O. Henry) and named after docent emeritus J.C. Elkins.
A lawyer of some repute has lived his life under the long shadow of his father, a former wartime governor of a southern state. Circumstances seem to offer the lawyer an escape from his parental predicament, then circumstances seem to (just as) quickly take the opportunity from his grasp. When the President of The United States
comes to town, will the opportunity re- present itself?
This event is FREE! Newcomers are welcome!
The Brigadier General John C.L. Scribner Texas Military Forces Museum is located within Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas in historic building 6, which was originally built in 1918 as a mess hall. The indoor area of the museum has 45,000 square foot and exhibits memorabilia, photographs, dioramas, uniforms, weapons, vehicles and other military accessories used from 1825 to the present
.To access the museum you have to enter the camp's main gate and show photo identification. There is no fee for the museum.