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The Voices of Veterans Exhibit
Texas Capitol Visitors Center
November 11, 2011 – September 2012

Beginning on Veterans Day, November 11, 2011, the Voices of Veterans Oral History Program highlighted a ten-month long multimedia exhibit at the Texas Capitol Visitors Center in Austin, Texas. Located in the historic Old Land Office Building on the Capitol grounds, the Visitors Center hosted thousands of guests during the exhibit's run. The exhibit closed in September 2012.

Entitled “Every Veteran Has A Story To Tell,” the exhibit featured an award-winning short video on the program (see below), multimedia iPad kiosks with actual selections from the veterans’ interviews from the program, as well as personal memorabilia and artifacts.

The "Every Veteran has a Story to Tell" exhibit was made possible by the State Preservation Board and the Texas Capitol Visitor Center.

Exhibit Photos:

Exhibit Videos:

 

Sharon Frederick - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBSharon Frederick
Ken Wallingford - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBKen Wallingford
Robert Bearden - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBRobert Bearden
Millie Dalrymple - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBMillie Dalrymple
Ed Hark - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBEd Hark
Allen Clark - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBAllen Clark
Hunter Hayes - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBHunter Hayes
Sam Floca - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBSam Floca
L. D. Cox - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBL. D. Cox
Tim McCoy - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBTim McCoy
Keifer Marshall- Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBKeifer Marshall
Manny Rivas - Voices of Veterans - Texas VLBManny Rivas


Texas Voices of Veterans Exhibit
  Texas Voices of Veterans Exhibit

Contacts:
James Crabtree   512.463.1970
Dawn Efaw    512.936.1946


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