Public is Invited to Meet Alter Ego of 1900's Editor and Political Activist William Allen White at Monday, September 26, Presentation at Tallgrass Creek

Public is Invited to Meet Alter Ego of 1900's Editor and Political Activist William Allen White at Free Monday, September 26,  Presentation at Tallgrass Creek Johnson County Community College Professor Fred Krebsto Share His Version of White, Who Led the Progressive Movement OVERLAND PARK, KS (September 22, 2011) - William Allen White, who edited the Emporia Gazette in the 1900's and became a political activist who helped to change the course of history, will return and appear at Tallgrass Creek retirement community in Overland Park as the alter ego of Fred Krebs, a history professor at Johnson County Community College. And the public is invited to meet him during a free Monday, September 26, presentation. Professor Krebs will share his version of White, who was a renowned American journalist, politician, author, and leader of the Progressive Movement. White became the iconic spokesman for Middle America between 1896 and his death in 1944. Professor Krebs' presentation will be held Monday, September 26, from 2 - 3 p.m., in the Living Room at Tallgrass Creek, 13800 Metcalfe Avenue, Overland Park, Kansas, 66223. It is sponsored by the retirement community's Lifelong Learning Committee. Seating is limited. To RSVP please email: Mel.Tansill@Erickson.com