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Current Events:


WORLD WAR II EXHIBIT OF PAINTINGS BY HAROLD A. LAYNOR

September 27, 2005 through December 15, 2005

at

Camden County College in Blackwood, New Jersey

Camden County College will host an exhibit of paintings by Harold A. Laynor,
a member of the 603rd Camouflage Engineers Battalion - The "Ghost Army" division.

The exhibit will be in coordination with the Lecture Series exploring
"America's Greatest War" 60 years after its end. A video "An Artist Goes to
War" will be shown in the library.


A show of the limited edition prints are now on exhibit at the
Ramada Express in Laughlin Nevada.

This show will be in the World War II Pavillions
until March 31st.


"An Artist Goes to War"
Harold A. Laynor

A view of World War II through prints from the collection of a "Ghost Army" member

The Penn State Harrisburg show of the prints will be on exhbit from May 14
to May 6th in the Morrison Gallery at Penn State University, 777 W.
Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA


Laynor WWII Collection Exhibits
at the General Patton Museum
in Luxembourgand
in Washington D.C.
On permanent exhibition.


Past Events:


The Old Town Theater
in Alexandria Virgina

is hosting an exhibit of Harold Laynor's World War II Collection.
Click Here for details.

Harold A. Laynor posthumously awarded the
Jubilee of Liberty Medal
Veterans Day, November 11, 2002

Ghost Army Art Exhibition Nov. 10 to Nov. 25, 2001

Ghost Army Exhibition Opening, Nov. 8, 2001

A Report on
The Dim Sum Breakfast
Saturday May 20th, 2000
with painting demonstration by
Jim Covarrubias



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