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National World War I Museum

Contributed by Chris Purcell on Aug 11th, 2017. Artwork published in
December 2006
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    National World War I Museum 1
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    From Wikipedia:

    The National World War I Museum and Memorial of the United States is located in Kansas City, Missouri. Opened to the public as the Liberty Memorial museum in 1926, it was designated in 2004 by the United States Congress as America’s official museum dedicated to World War I.

    The award-winning exhibition was designed by Ralph Appelbaum Associates in 2006. See more images on their website.

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    National World War I Museum 3
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    National World War I Museum 4
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    In February 2017, the museum introduced a new logo. “Titled ‘Intersections,’ [it] features nine intersecting lines that conjure a ‘tangle’ of images related to the war: barbed wire, railroad tracks, factories, beams of broken homes, the chaos of war. The logo [was] designed for free by St. Louis-based advertising agency Rodgers Townsend.” — The Kansas City Star
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    In February 2017, the museum introduced a new logo. “Titled ‘Intersections,’ [it] features nine intersecting lines that conjure a ‘tangle’ of images related to the war: barbed wire, railroad tracks, factories, beams of broken homes, the chaos of war. The logo [was] designed for free by St. Louis-based advertising agency Rodgers Townsend.” — The Kansas City Star

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