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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)
vohp@loc.gov
www.loc.gov/folklife/vets/partners

 

Needham High School
"From One Generation to Another"
www2.needham.k12.ma.us/nhs/cur/wwii/index.html

Wayland High School History Project
www.whshistoryproject.org

 

Secretary Francsico Urena
Department of Veterans Services

600 Washington Street
Suite 1100
Boston, MA 02111

617-210-5480 (phone)
617-210-5755 (fax)
MDVS@vet.state.ma.us
www.mass.gov/veterans

 

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)
DVSWomen@vet.state.ma.us
www.mass.gov/veterans

 

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)
hq@womensmemorial.org

 

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

Natick, MA 01760

508-647-6545 (phone)
508-647-6548 (fax)
www.natickma.org

To learn more about Naval Ship Destroyers:

Destroyers History Foundation

http://www.destroyerhistory.org

 

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 www.MuseumofWorldWarII.org

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