Exhibit fascinating, well researched

News Nov 19, 2009 Ancaster News

Re: Put Victory First, Exhibit at Dundas Museum.

I spent an absorbing Sunday afternoon at the Dundas Museum and Archives' current exhibit, and just had to write to congratulate all volunteers and staff there for a fascinating and thoroughly researched display.

The household items, music, photos and film footage immediately transported visitors back to the days when Dundas was at war, and most touching were the letters home from soldiers who were to die in the First World War trenches.

We're so lucky to have this gem of an organization: thank you to all involved.

Julia Kollek, Dundas

Exhibit fascinating, well researched

News Nov 19, 2009 Ancaster News

Re: Put Victory First, Exhibit at Dundas Museum.

I spent an absorbing Sunday afternoon at the Dundas Museum and Archives' current exhibit, and just had to write to congratulate all volunteers and staff there for a fascinating and thoroughly researched display.

The household items, music, photos and film footage immediately transported visitors back to the days when Dundas was at war, and most touching were the letters home from soldiers who were to die in the First World War trenches.

We're so lucky to have this gem of an organization: thank you to all involved.

Julia Kollek, Dundas

Exhibit fascinating, well researched

News Nov 19, 2009 Ancaster News

Re: Put Victory First, Exhibit at Dundas Museum.

I spent an absorbing Sunday afternoon at the Dundas Museum and Archives' current exhibit, and just had to write to congratulate all volunteers and staff there for a fascinating and thoroughly researched display.

The household items, music, photos and film footage immediately transported visitors back to the days when Dundas was at war, and most touching were the letters home from soldiers who were to die in the First World War trenches.

We're so lucky to have this gem of an organization: thank you to all involved.

Julia Kollek, Dundas