Berman Museum Highlights Local Citizens Lost in Pearl Harbor

Saturday, July 14, 2018

 

A beloved museum highlights three people lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Today was the official opening of the newly renovated Pearl Harbor Exhibit inside the Berman Museum. The exhibit highlights three Calhoun County citizens who were lost during the attack on Pearl Harbor. 

 

William Roberts was from Oxford, Frank Kinman from Piedmont, and George Ingram from Eastaboga, and each has their own personal stories displayed inside the exhibit. The Registrar for the Berman Museum Sabra Gossett explains what all to look forward to inside the new exhibit. 

 

The Berman Museum summer hours are Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sunday from 1pm until 5pm. 

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