Museums and libraries across the nation are mounting exhibitions and programs covering all aspects of the World War One experience and heritage of the United States. To add your museum or library to this page, send an email to the webmaster with the relevant information. (See disclaimer.)
16600 Stephens Rd.
The Michigan Military Technical and Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the stories of Michigan citizens who served and sacrificed, here and abroad, from WWI to the present.
2501 26th St.
The Fort Custer Historical Society PH 269-731-6555 This is a military base so you have to call to get approval to enter at least 48 hours in advance!
The Fort Custer Historical Society is responsible for establishing and managing the museum in an old WWII barracks, Building no. 2631, at Fort Custer. The building was moved to its present site where it was restored to its near original condition. Since that time, a dedicated group of individuals headed by Michigan National Guard Colonel (Retired) James Spackman has stepped forward to continue the efforts and prepare the facility for its grand opening in 2012.The museum will highlight the units that have been part of the Fort Custer history since the post was established in 1917 as Camp Custer. Some of these include the 85th Division in World War I, the 5th “Red Diamond” Infantry Division in World War II, the 339th “Polar Bear” Regiment, which served in northern Russia at the end of the First World War, and the World War I 14thDivision, (Regular Army). This unit was popularly known as the "Wolverine Division”. It was organized and demobilized at Camp Custer at the end of the war and was never sent into battle.
27333 C St
Selfridge Air National Guard Base
PH (586) 239-6768 or email email@example.com This is a military base so you have to call to get approval to enter at least 48 hours in advance!
This is a museum displaying military aircraft and associated historical items on the grounds of Selfridge Air National Guard base, an active military facility. All of the items on display are related to the history of this specific base. The museum consists of two parts: an indoor display of historic photos and items, e.g. military uniforms from various periods and an outdoor air museum of vintage aircaft.
This is the centennial of Selfridge Air Base August 2017
321 Washington Avenue
The mission of the Bay County Historical Society is to preserve the history of Bay County and to develop facilities and programs dedicated to the enhancement, enrichment and enjoyment of our community.
272 Pearl St NW
To inspire passionate curiosity and a deeper understanding of the world around us.
We exist to be a living monument of artifacts, ideas and stories told through exhibitions, events and educational programming designed to inspire, motivate and celebrate our human bond. We enrich the life of our community through experiences of the wider world in a uniquely Grand Rapids context.
They do have a wooden wing from a Hadley-Page Bomber that was manufactured by the Grand Rapids Aircraft Company and also an I.D. card of a female worker.
1150 Beal Ave
The Bentley Historical Library
Ph (734) 764-3482
Monday – Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
The Bentley Historical Library is the campus archive for the University of Michigan and is located on the University of Michigan's North Campus in Ann Arbor. It was established in 1935 by the regents of the University of Michigan
Theodore Koch work for the Bentley Historical Library before WW1.