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Military service is focus of Troy University Libraries’ new postcard exhibit

A postcard from the new exhibit depicts troops training with anti-aircraft weaponry at Camp Carrabelle, Florida, which was active from 1942-1946.

A postcard from the new exhibit depicts troops training with anti-aircraft weaponry at Camp Carrabelle, Florida, which was active from 1942-1946.

A new project of the Troy University Libraries is tracing the history of military service from 1903 through 1966 through postcards.

Consisting of a traveling exhibit and an online component, the project, “Military Service: A History in Postcards,” features postcard images from the Wade Hall Postcard Collection held by Troy University Libraries and is made…

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Troy University to honor Muscle Shoals legends Penn, Oldham with Hall-Waters Prize

Troy University will honor renowned songwriters Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham with the Hall-Waters Prize on Apirl 12.

Troy University will honor renowned songwriters Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham with the Hall-Waters Prize on Apirl 12.

Renowned songwriters Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, two linchpins of the Muscle Shoals music scene that helped define the soul, pop, and rock music of the 1960s and 1970s, will receive the Hall-Waters Prize from Troy University on April 12.

The duo will discuss the craft of songwriting, the history of Southern music and the…

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