A photo collection from Staff Sgt. Edward Curtis (left) of Raleigh provides much of the exhibit’s visual backbone. Curtis served with the Army’s 580th Dump Truck Engineers during WWII.
A photo collection from Staff Sgt. Edward Curtis (left) of Raleigh provides much of the exhibit’s visual backbone. Curtis served with the Army’s 580th Dump Truck Engineers during WWII. Courtesy of Edward Curtis/COR
A photo collection from Staff Sgt. Edward Curtis (left) of Raleigh provides much of the exhibit’s visual backbone. Curtis served with the Army’s 580th Dump Truck Engineers during WWII. Courtesy of Edward Curtis/COR

Museum’s newest exhibit tells stories of local WWII veterans

June 05, 2014 12:04 PM

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