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Downers Grove Public Library presents WWI-era artifacts

Published: Friday, July 12, 2013 5:11 p.m. CDT
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J. Perkins of the First Division Museum at Cantigny brought WWI-era artifacts including a uniform, utility belt, canteen and medical supplies, among others, to the Downers Grove Public Library on Friday. (Submitted photo)
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J. Perkins of the First Division Museum at Cantigny brought WWI-era artifacts including a uniform, utility belt, canteen and medical supplies, among others, to the Downers Grove Public Library. (Submitted photo)
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J. Perkins of the First Division Museum at Cantigny brought WWI-era artifacts including a uniform, utility belt, canteen and medical supplies, among others, to the Downers Grove Public Library. (Submitted photo)

DOWNERS GROVE – A small crowd at the Downers Grove Public Library had the opportunity to view WWI-era artifacts Friday and learn about the military life of early-20th century soldiers.

J. Perkins of the First Division Museum at Cantigny gave the lecture and brought the items that included a uniform, utility belt, canteen, medical supplies among others.

First Division Museum at Cantigny is in Wheaton at 1s151 Winfield Road.

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