Location: Titanic Museum Attraction
Ken and Lisa Marks are the founders and co-curators of the Hannibal History Museum and the co-curators of the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown's Birthplace and Museum in Hannibal, Missouri. Together, they have written three books published by the History Press: Molly Brown from Hannibal, Missouri (2013), Hannibal, Missouri: A Brief History (2011) and Haunted Hannibal: History and Mystery in America's Hometown (2010). Ken and Lisa are also contributing writers for Hannibal Magazine and Missouri Life magazine. Lisa has been named to the Missouri Arts Council's Touring Performers roster and the Missouri Humanities Council Speaker's Bureau with her historically-accurate portrayal of Margaret Tobin Brown, "The Life and Times of Molly Brown." The Marks' are on the board of directors of the Marion County Historical Society and members of both Friends of Historic Hannibal and Missouri Historical Society. They are deeply involved in historic preservation efforts throughout Hannibal and are lovingly restoring their 1885 Second Empire home in Hannibal, just three blocks from Molly Brown's Birthplace.
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