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Five Star Professional Recognizes Cheryl Hickok, ABR®, SFR®, of Rose & Womble
Five Star Professional is pleased to announce Cheryl Hickok, ABR®, SFR®, Rose & Womble Realty, has been chosen as one of Hampton Roads' Five Star Real Estate Agents for 2016. Five Star Professional partnered with Coastal Virginia Magazine to ...
'Hick' effectively reclaims history of Eleanor Roosevelt, Lorena Hickok
Playwright Terry Baum, building on stage piece from a few decades ago by Pat Bond, uses the 2,000-plus surviving letters from Roosevelt to Hickok as the foundation for a 90-minute, one-woman show that yanks a chapter of gay history out of the shadows.
Coastal Carolina instructor appearing in production of 'Wild Bill Hickok'
Ask David Soma what he thinks of a particular television program, and he'll say, “Television? What's television?” That will be his answer if he's “in character,” with the character being Wild Bill Hickok.
Sandra Louise (Sowers) Hickok, 68, of Hillsdale, and formerly of Clymer, died Wednesday, March 2, 2016, at the Hillsdale Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. The daughter of Robert James and Carrie Margaret (Horn) Sowers, she was born on Aug. 10, 1947 ...
'Hick' at Theatre Project tells the love story of Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena
Eleanor Roosevelt wrote more than 2,300 letters to Hickok over three decades, letters the recipient donated to the National Archives, along with more than 1,000 of hers to Roosevelt.

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