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LYNNITA ALDRIDGE SOMMER
Genre: Non-Fiction

Lynnita Aldridge Sommer, daughter of an Army veteran, is a museum administrator, exhibit designer and activities coordinator. A four-month long exhibit, "The Korean War: Cold, Bloody, and Forgotten," that took place in the Douglas County Museum, Tuscola, Illinois initially inspired her war research. When the exhibit ended in December of 1996 she continued to interview Korean veterans in an on-going effort to provide an understanding of the Korean War for current and future generations. She has a bachelor's and master's degree in modern American history from Eastern Illinois University and has studied in the PhD program at the University of Illinois. Currently she is also the local historian for the Douglas County Museum.

Lynnita can be reached for interview arrangements and other information as follows: phone 217-253-4620, or by e-mail:
lynnita@tuscola-il.com. You can also visit her new web site, The Korean War Educator, beginning in June 2001.

 
 

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