The Citizen-Solider in WWII Gallery is open to the public. Read the National Guard Magazine October 2014 article!
Read more about the gallery renovation in The Washington Report!
Currently, NGEF features its second art exhibit, the photography of SSG Sean Huolihan formerly of Battery B, 1st Battalion, 121st Field Artillery, Wisconsin Army National Guard. Over a dozen examples of Sgt. Huolihan’s work are on display in the National Guard Memorial. The exhibit will remain open through the holidays.
On June 18th, 2014, the estate of Senator Charles Dick, architect of The Dick Act of 1903, donated a portrait to the Museum, Library and Archive. As Charles Tharp observed drily, “The Portrait really says it all.” In 1903, MG Dick (TAG-OH) holds the Act in his hand as he sits outside his tent.