2017 Changing Exhibits
An original propaganda poster from the collection of the Red Mill Museum Village.
Created by Henry Raleigh (1880-1945) for the Third Liberty Loan campaign in which the general public was encouraged to buy U.S Government bonds to help finance the war.
Farm to Table explores the ways that food was produced on local farms and how that product made its way from the farmer’s field to the home. On view through September 2017 in the Tomson Gallery.
Over Here: The New Jersey Home Front
A WWI Centennial Exhibition
As the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I approaches, the Red Mill Museum Village will examine ways in which the war affected the lives of those at home in New Jersey. A special exhibit will open to the public this spring, and the Museum needs your help in gathering artifacts.
Items especially pertaining to women and industry are sought; however other items relating to American involvement in the war effort are also welcome. If you are interested in loaning an item you may send a photograph and/or description to Elizabeth Cole, Curator of Collections, at .
Museum members are invited to our exhibit opening on Thursday, April 6th - details coming soon!
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