CIVIL DEFENSE IN HARDING
DURING WORLD WAR II
By Leslie Potashner, originally published in ‘The Review’ in Spring 2020, volume 63, number 1. On June 25, 1942, The Madison Eagle published a front-page article about civil defense in Harding. The article covered a fundraiser to pay for an aircraft observation tower built on Lee’s Hill Farm. In May of 1941, before the attacks …
2024 Lecture and Annual Meeting
Stay tuned for our announcement of
speaker for our annual meeting.
Coming this Spring:
Come see the progress on the
Tunis-Ellicks House rehabilitation.
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