ORLAND, Ind. (AP) - A small northeastern Indiana library with a large collection of war memorabilia will dedicate a new space to showcase the items.
The Joyce Public Library in Orland plans a ceremony in its War Room on Saturday.
The Herald Republican in Angola reports the room will house Civil War memorabilia, German and Nazi items, World War II uniforms and atomic-era paraphernalia.
Librarian Patty Levitte says most small towns don't have a collection as large as Orland's. Many items were donated by Annabelle Morley, who collected Civil War-inspired books during her travels.
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