WWII-era traveling exhibit stops in Minnesota

Perham is among nearly a dozen cities across the country to host the "Our Lives, Our Stories: America’s Greatest Generation” exhibit, the Detroit News Tribune reports. The national World War II exhibit is now on display at Perham's In Their Own Words Veterans Museum and will run through Oct. 20.
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Perham is among nearly a dozen cities across the country to host the "Our Lives, Our Stories: America’s Greatest Generation” exhibit, the Detroit News Tribune reports.

The national World War II exhibit is now on display at Perham's In Their Own Words Veterans Museum and will run through Oct. 20.

Special guest appearances, live music performances and shows will also take place throughout September and October.

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