Be sure to visit the History Colorado Center to view their exhibit “The American Soldier” before it closes on September 2! This poignant exhibit explores through photographs the lives and experiences of American soldiers from the Civil War to the present day. Soldiers’ experiences have also been preserved through letters and diaries. On the History Colorado website you can find the WWI letters of 1st Lt. Charles Stewart, which were discovered in a Denver attic. Another interesting look at military life is the diary of Romine H. Ostrander, kept from 1863-1865 during his service in the 1st Colorado Infantry. The diary has been published in book form by the Colorado Historical Society and is available from our library.
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