Coming on October 6th on Sunflower Journeys, a production of PBS station KTWU in Topeka:
Episode 2903 – Remembering WWI – 100 Years Later (Premieres 10/6/16)
We visit the Kansas State Historical Society and see an exhibit centered on James Clark Hughes, who had a personal collection of materials related to his wartime experiences; then we learn about the artwork of war, where collections of printed illustrations were used to tell the story of WWI to citizens back home; and in our Plains People segment, we meet Doran Cart, the senior curator at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City, Mo, and watch him prepare a new exhibit.
Sunflower Journeys airs on KTWU, Channel 11 in Topeka, on Thursday at 8:00 p.m., Friday at 2:30 p.m., and Saturday at 5:30 p.m. It also airs on KCPT in Kansas City, KPTS in Wichita, and Smoky Hills Public Television in western Kansas. Check your local listings.
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