The centennial of the United States involvement in World War I (1917-1918) is upon us. At the time the Great War was called so because it was supposed to be the War to End all Wars. History proved that phrase incorrect.
The Richmond Museum of History seeks Citizen Historians to gather research about how World War I impacted California, the Bay Area and Richmond. The Museums permanent collection contains a plethora of artifacts, documents and photographs related to the Great War and we need your help to tell the most complete story in the World War I exhibit forthcoming in 2017.
Research can be performed in a variety of ways: at the museum archives at 400 Nevin, web based research of World War I artifacts, research at other museums and archives.
- Exhibition Arts
- Visual Arts
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