National WWII Museum Student Essay Contest - Middle & High School

$1,000

December 28, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • In celebration of its newest special exhibit, So Ready For Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope, The National WWII Museum is focusing its student essay contest on what the duty of art and artists should be during times of war and conflict. For more information or to submit your essay, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 945 Magazine Street
  • New Orleans, LA 70130
  • collin.makamson@nationalww2museum.org
  • tel: 504-528-1944 x304
  • fax: 504-527-6088

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