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Construction crews begin work to save one of America’s most endangered historic places Milwaukee (September 20, 2012) – The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance announced today that the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center has … Continue reading
If you’ve seen fencing going up around some of the buildings on the Milwaukee Soldiers Home Grounds, don’t be alarmed… These aren’t preparations for demolition or any other scary things that could happen to the buildings. At a recent meeting at the … Continue reading
The National Historic Landmarks program has announced its annual photo competition! The subject of the photograph must be a National Historic Landmark. The Milwaukee VA National Soldiers Home Historic District received this honor in 2011, making it a perfect landmark … Continue reading
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In September, a Programmatic Agreement (PA) was signed between the Milwaukee VA, who owns the Milwaukee Soldiers Home, and a number of consulting parties including the National Park Service and the Wisconsin State Historic Preservation Office. As part of the … Continue reading
By Meg Jones of the Journal Sentinel Aaron Stockholm was lucky. Thousands of men in blue and gray were wounded and killed on the hellish battlefields in the small Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg, but Aaron Stockholm was not one of them. Somehow the … Continue reading