Online museum spotlights letters from Vietnam veterans
Written By: DAVID MARTIN
The Vietnam War was so costly, so divisive, so fruitless. It's a war many Americans would rather forget — but the soldiers left an indelible record in their letters home, which have been collected by Andrew Carroll and are now on display in a virtual exhibit.
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Hosting our online exhibits on Treasured has been so easy! The Treasured Team were friendly, knowledgeable and highly communicative. They addressed all of our questions in a timely manner and were a delight to work with. We look forward to working with them more in the future.
Heritage and Cultural Centre Supervisor
Township of King
We see the entirely virtual museum as an exciting next dynamic step to help us raise awareness about our mission and bring these incredible war letters to an even larger audience. The collaboration with Treasured Team has been incredible.
Founding Director of the
Center for American War Letters at Chapman University
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