War Comes Home: The Legacy

. October 1, 2016.
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Visit The Toledo Lucas County Public Library Main branch for an exhibit that highlights private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history. This traveling exhibit honors veterans through thirteen panels, rich with historic and contemporary letters. See intimate, personal perspectives and look into the thoughts and emotions of veterans, families awaiting a soldier’s homecoming. The exhibit spans the Civil War through the Afghanistan and Iraq. An audio tour of the letters is accessible on any cell phone. Through November 20.

The Toledo Lucas County Public Library Main Branch | 325 Michigan St. 419-259-5200 | Toledolibrary.org | Free

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