FREDERICK, Md. (PRWEB) October 27, 2020
On November 9th and 10th, in time for Veterans Day, Director of the Veterans History Project, Karen Lloyd, will answer your questions about their military collection:
- Research what’s in the Veterans History Project (VHP) collection--oral histories, diaries, and photos. See below for more information on VHP.
- Discover why this collection is so critical as part of our history and as part of who we are today.
- Uncover your own family history, and gain insight into a world few have talked about.
- Learn how you can donate or conduct interviews with veterans in your family.
- Download the press kit
To book an interview with Col. Lloyd email us at email@example.com, or call 301-662-4121.
The Veterans History Project Calls for Families to Submit Memories of their Vets in Library of Congress PSA
For the past two decades, the mission of the Library of Congress Veterans History Project (VHP) has been to collect U.S. Veteran stories and original materials.
The VHP is now marking its 20th anniversary with a new :30 second TV broadcast Public Service Announcement (PSA) in English and Spanish. The PSA invites the public to use their online database full of veteran interviews, photos, letters, diaries, and journals as a resource.
Click here for our online press kit with more information.
The PSA is available to all broadcasting and social media organizations at no charge.
To view the PSA, click here.
To download the HD TV broadcast version of the PSA, please click here.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you’ve downloaded the PSA.