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Butler County Historical Society is collecting World War II photos and stories. Can you help?

The society is seeking photos of Butler County men and women dressed in their military uniforms, taking part in war action or working in local companies that contributed to the war effort. Selected photos and stories about the person’s service will be included in the exhibit.

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Persons who would like to offer photos and stories for the exhibit should contact Executive Director Kathy Creighton by calling 513-896-9930.

The society’s World War II exhibit will open on June 6, and will run through the end of the year. It will focus on county residents who served during the war in the military or on the homefront in support of the war effort.

The Butler County Historical Society, located at 327 N. Second St., Hamilton, is a private nonprofit formed in 1934 to preserve and promote the history of Butler County through the collection and conservation of artifacts and the sharing of knowledge through education and community engagement.

It owns and operates the Benninghofen House museum, a high-Italian style home built in 1863 that is filled with the furnishings of a wealthy family during the Victorian Era. It is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. Group tours of the Benninghofen House Museum can be arranged by calling 513-896-9930.

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