Ft. Sill Artillery Museum
437 Quanah Road; Fort Sill, OK 73503. 580-442-5123.
A special collection of artillery pieces, along with other artifacts and resources on the war. On the web: sill-www.army.mil/Museum/
Great War Militaria
P. O. Box 552; Chambersburg, PA 17201. 717-264-6834.
An extensive collection of memorabilia, artifacts and authentic reproductions from World War I, including a small-scale battlefield with trenches. Visit the shop and museum or send for a catalog of items for sale. On the web: www.greatwar.com
Route 2, Evaro Road; 14000 Highway 93 North; Missoula, MT 59802. 406-549-4817.
Has thousands of items of American militaria from 1845 to 1945. Call or write for quarterly catalog
Liberty Memorial Museum
100 West 26th Street; Kansas City, MO 64108. 816-784-1918.
The oldest and largest museum in North America dedicated exclusively to World War I. On the web: www.libertymemorialmuseum.org
P.O. Box 1776 : New Freedom, PA 17349. 800-647-0069.
Tremendous collection of thousands of vintage posters and graphics. Catalog with over 1,200 photos. On the web: www.miscman.com
National Infantry Museum
Building 396, Baltzell Avenue, Fort Benning, GA 31905. 706-545-2958.
Displays over 5,000 authentic items from its 25,000-item collection from all of America’s wars. Open seven days a week. On the web: www.benningmwr.com/museum.cfm
Patton Cavalry and Armor Museum
4554 Fayette Ave, Ft. Knox Ft. Knox, KY 40121. 502-943-8977.
A special collection of excellent quality World War I tanks and armored vehicles, along with other equipment and weapons of the war. On the web: www.generalpatton.org
U.S. Army Art Collection
1099 14th Street, NW; Washington, DC 20005-3402. 202-761-5396.
An outstanding collection of period art items, including battlefield scenes
U.S. Army Museum Division
1099 14th Street, NW; Washington, DC 20005-3402. 202-685-2733.
A number of small items associated with the infantry during the Great War; an excellent source of additional information and on-site references. Can provide references to numerous other museums that contain World War I items.
U.S. Army Nurse Corps History
1099 14th Street, NW; Washington, DC 20005-3402.
A major source of information on the Corps and related topics. On the web: history.amedd.army.mil/ANCWebsite/anchhome.html
U.S. Army Ordinance Museum;
ATSLA-M, Building 2611; Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 21005-5201. 410-278-3602.
A large number of World War I tanks and armored vehicles, as well as other items from this and most of America’s wars. On the web: www.ordmusfound.org
West Point Museum
U.S. Military Academy; Building 2110; West Point, NY 10996, 845-938-2638.
A wide variety of items related to the war, focusing on the army in France. On the web: www.usma.edu/Museum