In Honor of Memorial Day

Today the American Heritage Center honors military veterans and those in active duty; and commemorate those who never came home. Thank you.

Albany county recruits posing in front of courthouse before leaving for Camp Lewis, World War I, 1918. Ludwig-Svenson Studio collection, #167, neg. #4006.2. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

Albany County, Wyoming recruits posing in front of courthouse before leaving for Camp Lewis, World War I, 1918. Ludwig-Svenson Studio collection, #167, neg. #4006.2. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

World War I monument on 2nd Street, Laramie, Wyoming, 1924. Ludwig-Svenson Studio collection, #167, neg. #11566.3. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

World War I monument on 2nd Street, Laramie, Wyoming, 1924. Ludwig-Svenson Studio collection, #167, neg. #11566.3. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

Reporter and combat photographer Richard Tregaskis chatting with fighter pilots during WII. Richard Tregaskis papers, #6346, Box 4, Folder 16. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

Reporter and combat photographer Richard Tregaskis chatting with fighter pilots during WWII. Richard Tregaskis papers, #6346, Box 4, Folder 16. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

 

 

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