BRAWLEY — Frida Kahlo, Princess Diana, Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin and many other famous historical figures came to life Thursday morning as imagined by a class of third graders at Myron D. Witter Elementary.

This was the seventh year that Cheryl Charlton-Moore’s class has staged its Witter Wax Museum, a display of students dressed as famous persons answering the questions of parents and students touring the living exhibit.

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