Posts Tagged ‘Clara Barton’
Hear the war-time story of the Walters family and how Clara Barton and the Missing Soldiers Office helped them find closure.
Michelle Krowl, from the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress, will highlight notable documents available online at the LOC about Barton’s work.
Director of Interpretation Jake Wynn will take viewers on a Facebook Live virtual tour of the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum
Tour the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum before your romantic night on the town, and discover the boardinghouse where Barton lived and worked!
Clara Barton was just one famous example of a woman who courageously went to the front lines to care for wounded soldiers. Read about other heroic examples.
Tour Clara Barton’s boarding house home and office with the man who saved it.
Discover the ways Clara Barton’s work of searching for missing soldiers is carried on today through the Defense Personnel Accounting Agency.
In honor of National POW/MIA Recognition Day, the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum is offering FREE admission on September 19 – September 21.
The Sherwood family story puts a face to Clara Barton’s nation-wide search for missing men. See how her findings provided comfort to families everywhere.
Learn about the disastrous first major battle of the Civil War, and how it inspired Clara Barton to care for sick and wounded soldiers.