Institute of Museum and Library Services
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The Veterans' Legacy Project will establish an oral history collection that preserves and protects the recollections, memories, and stories of men and women who served in the US military. The collection will be available to interested families, students, and scholars on the Glenville State campus and website. Oral histories are published in the Library Archive's page.

The Veterans' Legacy Project will also preserve memorabilia, letters, artifacts, and photographs associated with West Virginia's veterans who have served since 1950. Glenville State has previously established a WWII oral history collection.

This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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Identification
Serivce Info
  1. Army
    Army Reserve
    Army National Guard
    Navy
    Navy Reserve
    Air Force
    Air Force Reserve
    Air National Guard
    Marine Corps
    Marine Corps Reserve
    Coast Guard
    Coast Guard Reserve
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Information Gathering

  1. Are you willing to be interviewed and recorded as part of the WV Veterans' Legacy Project?
    Yes No
  2. Are you willing to travel to Glenville State College to be interviewed or would you prefer that we come to you?
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  3. Do you have any wartime letters, e-mails, or photographs that you would be willing to donate to the archives or let us reproduce to ensure they are never lost?
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  4. Do you have any specific requests that would ensure your participation in the project?
    Example: "An audio-only recording would ensure my participation."
    If so, please be as specific as possible.
Submission