WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Old Jail Museum’s featured exhibit now through November is called “Remembering Our Veterans.”
On display is information from the Revolutionary War to the current day. Each war is highlighted with the percent of the U.S. population that fought, the number killed, the cost in dollars and the names of those who served and are buried in the local cemetery.
A model of Thaddeus Kosciusko, for whom the county is named, is presented in revolutionary period clothing. Also displayed are a Spanish-American War (1898) uniform, Civil War (1861-1865) calvary ammunitions pouch, WWI (1917-1918) bugle played by Private Everett Pawley, a small box respirator used during WWI and WWII, period uniforms and other military items.
The Old Jail Museum is located at 121 N. Indiana Street, Warsaw. People may come pay tribute to those who served the country in all branches of the military Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is by donation.