Please consider attending the annual luncheon benefiting the museum on Saturday,
March 21, 2020.
The Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library is the only museum in this area that is solely dedicated to preserving the history and telling the story of the Civil War.
The collection is recognized for its historical significance and features numerous relics of singular historical importance including: General Meade’s warhorse Old Baldy, handcuffs found in John Wilkes Booth’s trunk after the assassination, the strip of the pillowcase and Lincoln’s blood, Dr. Mary Walker’s medical case, the bullet that killed Col. Edward Baker at Ball’s Bluff, and the uniform of Col. DeWitt Clinton Baxter of the 72nd PA Infantry.
As members of the historical community, it is vitally important that we show our support for the museum, or this wonderful museum will disappear.
Please consider attending the annual luncheon benefiting the museum on March 21, 2020. This is so much more than a luncheon.
· You will have a wonderful opportunity to meet and greet both old and new friends who share your interest in history;
· We have a great keynote speaker, historian and author of many Civil War books, Bradley Gottfried;
· you can explore the books and merchandise from Jim Schmick’s Civil War and More;
· you will be eligible to win one of many great especially selected raffle prizes;
· and you will have an opportunity to purchase authentic Civil War relics.
All this while also helping us to secure the future of the museum.
Please check out the luncheon notice and make your reservation. Without your support, this wonderful and historic museum may well become a thing of the past; only a memory.
THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC
CIVIL WAR MUSEUM AND LIBRARY
Invites All Museum Supporters and
Civil War Enthusiasts to the
ANNUAL PRESERVATION LUNCHEON
TO SUPPORT THE ONLY DEDICATED
CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN PHILADELPHIA
Saturday, March 21, 2020
12:00 noon – 3:30 PM
Cannstatter Volkfest Verein
9130 Academy Road, Philadelphia, PA 19114
(Intersection of Academy Rd. and Frankford Ave., at I-95 Academy Road exit)
Keynote speaker BRADLEY M. GOTTFRIED
Nationally recognized historian and author
Presentation of the GRAND ARMY AWARD
** Three course Chefs Luncheon **
History books, videos, music featuring Jim Schmick “Civil War & More.”
Free door prizes – Print raffles
DONATION: $40.00 PP AND $75.00 PER COUPLE
*Reservations requested by March 13, 2020
Please make checks payable to GAR MUSEUM, and mail with reservation form below to: GAR MUSEUM, Attn: Herb Kaufman, 4278 Griscom Street, Phila., PA 19124. To Reserve by EMAIL: email@example.com
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Entrée Choices (please indicate number):
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