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Phone (978) 283-0800
Price $5, free to Historic New England and Cape Ann Museum members.
Age Suitability All Ages

Two Brothers: Stories from the Front Lines of World War I

Saturday, Jun 30, 2012 3:00p to 4:30p
Cape Ann Museum Gloucester, MA

Archaeologist and curator Timothy Kendall shares the stories of his grandfather and great-uncle, who volunteered as ambulance drivers in the American Field Service (founded by Gloucester residents A. Piatt Andrew and Henry Davis Sleeper) during World War I. The program continues with a talk by George King III who recreated a 1916 field hospital vehicle and concludes with a viewing of scenes from Our American Boys at War in Europe, the film used to recruit volunteers and funds for the effort.

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Cape Ann Museum
27 Pleasant St.
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 283-0455
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