Stookie Allen, WWII Drawings

22 Full-Size Drawings from WWII are on Display

America’s Defense of Freedom

When: April 7 - September 2, 2017  Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m. to 4 pm, Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Where: Warren County History Center, 105 S. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036

Details: Featuring stories and memorabilia from WWII. A highlight of the exhibit is a collection of 22 hand-drawn scenes by artist/engineer Lt. Benjamin “Stookie” Allen, depicting the daring and dangerous work of the 1106 Combat Group, VII Corp during the WWII Allied Invasion of Euorpe. Mr. Allen was assigned to the 1106th from June of 1944 until the end of fighting in 1945. The drawings show scenes of the 1106th’s work in France, Germany and Belgium and are on loan from collector Jeff Prater. Also included in the exhibit are uniforms, mess kits, gas masks and other equipment from WWI & WWII.

Cost: Free to WCHS members. Otherwise, included with general admission. Click here for pricing and tickets.