To the Editor:
As soon as I left the car and walked toward Col. Palmer’s House, we found ourselves back in the 1940s. Soldiers were in full uniform with all the military equipment on display. We tried on the battle helmet that was so heavy – we saw small packs of cardboard boxes marked breakfast, lunch, dinner! There was an assortment of guns, pup tents and so much information.
Rosie the Riveter was there ready to sign up all those wanting to help the war effort. Oak Mfg. Co. was offering great pay and benefits and the Red Cross needed those of us at the home front in the 1940s to roll bandages and knit sweaters.
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