We are grateful for all those who have contributed to this effort through research, transcription, photography, and a shared passion for Soldiers’ Home history.
- Jill Zahn and Janice Curnes, VAMC Librarians
- Laura Rinaldi, Reclaiming Our Heritage Committee
- Maureen Malloy, design of the original Historic VA website
- Ellen Puerzer, Researcher and Historian
- Marlene Balistreri, VA Volunteer, for transcription and editing
- Erich Inglin, VA Volunteer, for scanning and transcription
- Darlene Richardson, VA Historian
- Suzanne Julin, author of the NPS THeme Study. Excerpts from her National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers: Assessment of Significance and National Historic Landmark Recommendation are in the public domain. Read the entire report by selecting NHDVS on the NPS Theme Study List.
- Members and friends of the West Side Soldiers Aid Society
- Patricia Lynch, editor, Out at the Soldiers’ Home: A Memory Book, by Elizabeth Corbett, expanded edition published by the West Side Soldiers Aid Society, 2008, and author, Milwaukee’s Soldiers Home, 2013.
- Kristin Gilpatrick, Todd Hunter and Patricia Lynch and Karen Hubbard (author) for completing the National Register of Historic Places nomination for the National Soldiers Home Historic District, 2005.
- Steve Michaels for his contributions on Calvary Cemetery and Lydia Ely Hewitt
- Marsha Berenson for the biography of Hannah Ring Vedder
- Website by Patricia Lynch, Harvest Graphics
- Publishing Partners for Milwaukee’s Soldiers Home
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by the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center.