Color Of Memory: National WW1 Museum & Memorial

Fabric Art of WWI Jan. 29, 2019 – Sept. 2, 2019 Wylie Gallery National WW1 Museum & Memorial, Kansas City “Remember Me.” “Souvenir de France.” “Mother Dear.” “Merci!” These and countless other sentiments are expressed in the fabric art that came from World War I. Romantic and patriotic scenes were created on silk and cotton and wool felt. Many of the […]

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The Great War | WW1: The American Experience

Extended Through December 2019 1pm-6pm, Monday-Friday Veterans Gallery, Room 102 Veterans Building 401 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco Now known as Veterans Day, November 11 marked the 100th Anniversary of the 1918 Armistice ending World War I. The American Legion and the San Francisco World War One Armistice Commemoration Committee invite you to see our exhibition Great War/World War I: […]

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Relatives Of SF’s Vietnam War Dead Sought For Memorial Ceremony

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Ceremony

Veterans Groups Are Looking For Relatives Of San Francisco Servicemen Killed In The Vietnam War To Take Part In A Ceremony Unveiling A New Memorial To The fallen. San Francisco Chronicle By Kevin Fagan Updated 4:14 pm, Monday, October 31, 2016 Veterans groups are getting ready to unveil a new memorial on Veterans Day to San Franciscan servicemen who lost their […]

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