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The Veterans History Project
American Folklife Center
Library of Congress

101 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20540-4615

202-707-4916 (phone)
888-371-5848 (toll free)
202-252-2046 (fax)


Needham High School
"From One Generation to Another"

Wayland High School History Project


Secretary Francsico Urena
Department of Veterans Services

600 Washington Street
Suite 1100
Boston, MA 02111

617-210-5480 (phone)
617-210-5755 (fax)


Mass. Women Veterans' Network (part of the Department of Veterans' Services)

600 Washington St.
Suite 1100
Boston, MA 02111

617-210-5781 (phone)
617-727-5903 (fax)


Women in Military Service for America Memorial

Dept. 560
Washington, DC 20042-0560

 703-533-1155 (phone)
800-222-2294 (toll free)
703-931-4208 (fax)


Veterans Services (Paul Carew, Director)
117 East Central St.

Natick, MA 01760

508-647-6545 (phone)
508-647-6548 (fax)

To learn more about Naval Ship Destroyers:

Destroyers History Foundation


International World War II Museum, off Route 9 eastbound,
Natick (near Sherwood Plaza)

The museum has the world's largest private collection of World War II memorabilia. For information, visit

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