Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum Seeking Stay-At-Home Diary And Journal Entries
Susan Lanning, the director of the Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum in Greenville, says the museum is collecting the writing of people who are staying at home during the coronavirus crisis, in the form of diary and journal entries. Photos and art are also being requested. The documents will provide an excellent historic record of this unprecedented period. The museum also has started a new YouTube page that may be useful for parents providing at-home education for their children.