Remembering Our Veterans - Crockett County

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The Crockett County Museum in Ozona, Texas, has been honoring our veterans both past and present for over ten years with an annual exhibit of photos, artifacts and memorabilia submitted by local families. With hundreds of photos dating back to the Civil War era, there are also many items from other major conflicts. This exhibit will be on display from November 1st to December 7th, Pearl Harbor Day. Open to the public during regular museum hours. Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat 10-3

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Remembering Our Veterans - Crockett County

Address : Crockett County Museum, 408 11th St. Ozona TX
Phone : (325) 392-2837   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $3


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