The Gloucester Museum of History is seeking exhibits for upcoming displays honoring local military veterans.
A display commemorating the 75th anniversary of World War II and honoring Gloucester veterans will open on Feb. 1 and continue through the year.
Copies of photographs and/or biographical sketches of military veterans who were Gloucester citizens during their service will be accepted for the display. Veterans of World Wars I and II and other conflicts will be included, said museum director Betty Jean Deal.
February is African American History Month and the museum will highlight photos of African American veterans or information on their service in World Wars I and II as part of the 75th anniversary exhibit. Information may be turned in to Deal or Dr. Dorothy Cooke. Cooke can be reached at 804-693-2155 and Deal at 804-693-1234.
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