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Grand Army of The Republic Memorial Museum


category : Museums
A cornucopia of Civil War memorabilia, including "Tinytype" by Civil War photographer Matthew Brandy is exhibited in the Grand Army of The Republic Memorial Museum. It was donated to the National Woman's Relief Corps in tribute to the Union Veterans of the war between the states.


Hours: T-S: 10am-4pm. Closed major holidays.
Address: 629 S. 7th St.
Phone: 217-522-4373

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