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10-5-14 - Canada - Museums at home and abroad keep memories of the First World War alive. Shown, A man views a portrait of Sir Sam Hughes painted by R. Caton Woodville around 1915 while visiting an exhibit titled “Witness-Canadian Art Fom The First World War” that was on display at the National War Museum in Ottawa this summer.
President Gerald Ford worked as a National Park Ranger. Gerald R. Ford holds a special place in the heart of the National Park Service family; he is the only American President to have served as a park ranger in the National Park Service. In the summer of 1936, Gerald Ford worked as a seasonal park ranger in Yellowstone National Park. Ford later recalled that time as, "One of the greatest summers of my life."
2/20/14- Fort Belvoir, VA also hosts a group of unlikely curators who oversee the military’s collection of around 16,000 works of art, all housed at the Centre for Military History. The Army Historical Foundation hopes to raise $175m to build a museum for the collection by 2018. -In The Frame - The Art Newspaper