Powell Liberty Historical Society

A window into the past of Powell and Liberty Township

Summary


In keeping with Veterans Day celebrations Marilyn Battin, Amanda Henning and Sherry Carmichael presented a program about local war veterans. Highlighted were several men and women of Liberty Township who served their country from the Revolutionary War through the Korean War. The program utilized the historical society's personal photos, diaries, and other memorabilia all of which brought alive what life was like in the community during wartime. Powell can be proud of the many men and women who served, and continue to serve today, their country honorably.
Service Flag that Hung in the Front Window of the Martin-Perry House During WW II

Videos

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Video Title:   Honoring Veterans of Powell and Liberty Township

Presentor:   Marilyn Battin, Amanda Henning, and Sherry Carmichael

Description:   Video prerecorded on November 1, 2021 for the November 8, 2021 program honoring veterans. The presenters are Marilyn Battin, Amanda Henning, and Sherry Carmichael. Veterans from the Revolutionary War to current day are highlighted with interesting anecdotes and photographs.

Videographer:   Allen Miller


Presentation Slides

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Honoring Powell and Liberty-Township Veterans

Attachments


Photos

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Service Flag that Hung in the Front Window of the Martin-Perry House During WW II
Henry Ross Duffy
A Page From Ross Duffy's Diary
Art Case and His Dog Blackie on his Converted Tank
Art Case with His Converted Tank
Walter and Charlene Baggs
The Audience and Speakers
Sherry Carmichael, Marilyn Battin, and Amanda Henning