# World war i
General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing's boyhood home in Laclede, Missouri is a State Historic Site
View of the General John J. Pershing House, Laclede, Missouri.Anthony Apostoloaros, photographer for HABS, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources maintains General John J. Pershing's boyhood home. It's treated as a state historic site.
The Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas is also known as the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building
Memorial Hall aka Soldiers and Sailors Memorial.Library of Congress, public domain (no known copyright). In 1985, the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's a venue used for several events associated with sports or concerts.
The Liberty Memorial opened in 1926 as the National World War I Museum and Memorial
Aerial photo of the National WWI Museum and Memorial with the Kansas City skyline.National WWI Museum, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons. The Liberty Memorial was designated as the country's official war memorial and museum in 2004 and is dedicated to world War I. Temporarily closed in 1994, it reopened in December 2006 with renovations including an enlarged facility exhibiting an artifact collection that began in 1920.