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Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Four: World War Two

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few swords and other items from their exhibit on the World War Two. 

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Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Three: The Mexican Border War and World War One

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few firearms and other items from their exhibit on the Mexican Border War and World War One.

I can’t wait to see their new year-long exhibit WWI Beyond the Trenches: Stories from the Front, opening 21 April 2017!

Tomorrow we will see items from their exhibit on World War Two. 

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Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Two: The Spanish-American War

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few swords and other items from their exhibit on the Spanish-American War. Tomorrow we will see items from their exhibits on the Mexican Border War and World War One. 

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Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part One: The US Civil War

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few swords and other items from their exhibit on the Civil War. Tomorrow we will see items from their exhibit on the Spanish-American War.

Somewhere in #Iowa or was it #Wisconsin was th…

Somewhere in #Iowa or was it #Wisconsin was this authentic #texaco #gasstation that has stayed the same since the 1950s #picking #pickin #gasoil #servicestation #servicestations #americanantiques #oilcans #vintagegasstation #vintagegaspump #usa #americana (at Iowa)
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On a buying trip Pickin #wisconsin #farm count…

On a buying trip Pickin #wisconsin #farm country….. picked this old lumber Co turned #antique Shed today & found 3 early Farm #signs Stay tuned! Also find us on YouTube & subscribe to see our adventures through #amish country 🐄 #antiques #Pickers #farmhouse #barnfinds #antiqueshopping (at Westby, Wisconsin)

Old Abe at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum

Old Abe at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum

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Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Four: World War Two

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few swords and other items from their exhibit on the World War Two. 

victoriansword: Wisconsin Veterans Museum Par…

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Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Three: The Mexican Border War and World War One

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few firearms and other items from their exhibit on the Mexican Border War and World War One.

I can’t wait to see their new year-long exhibit WWI Beyond the Trenches: Stories from the Front, opening 21 April 2017!

Tomorrow we will see items from their exhibit on World War Two. 

Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Three: The Mexi…

Wisconsin Veterans Museum Part Three: The Mexican Border War and World War One

Visitors to Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, would do well to visit the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. It is a small, but extremely well designed museum, and admission is free. Today I am sharing a few firearms and other items from their exhibit on the Mexican Border War and World War One.

I can’t wait to see their new year-long exhibit WWI Beyond the Trenches: Stories from the Front, opening 21 April 2017!

Tomorrow we will see items from their exhibit on World War Two.