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Re-enactor Carol Levin Simon performs at the Montville Township Public Library to tell the story of WWII WASP Ann Baumgartener Carl   Photo Credit: Melissa Benno


EAST BRUNSWICK – Impersonating World War II American aviator Ann Baumgartner is no small feat. To tell the story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), living history presenter Carol Levin told dozens of residents at an East Brunswick Women’s Club meeting on Nov. 13 that the all-female flying force flew more than 60 million miles in 78 different kinds of aircraft during World War II. Photo Credit:

“Thank you for a wonderful presentation today on the Women Air Service Pilots of WWII. The audience loved it and learned so much.  You are so knowledgeable and we all believed that you were Ann Baumgartner Carl!”  —H.E., Monroe Township Library


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Carol Simon Levin as Emily Warren Roebling with members of The Woman’s Club of Westfield: Diana Peterson, Joan Kirner and Dolores Geisow. (photo: Suburban News)

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Carol Simon Levin as Elinor Smith Sullivan in “Nobody Owns the Sky” Photo: Anthony Lusardi, The Citizen of Morris County)



Carol Simon Levin impersonating “Abigail Adams” penning a letter
to her husband John asking that the Continental Congress “Remember the Ladies”


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