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Ruston High School class seeks items from the 1930s, ’60s

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Juniors Jake Kyte and Kari Hackbarth examine a WWII civilian gas mask in their history class.

A single week just wasn’t enough time for students to get their fill of examining items of World War II ephemera sent throughout the state by the WWII Museum in New Orleans. So, Ruston High School history teacher Heather Reeder decided she would make a box of her own for her juniors to use.

Operation Footlocker, the museum’s traveling ephemera box program by the museum, features a box of items from both the home and war front.

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