Chaplin Maltby’s Family Visits Museum

On November 24th, most of the Maltby Family, Ronald, Brad, Rex, Felix and Elizabeth made a special trip to view the beautiful exhibit of their relative, Chaplin Leon Maltby. Chaplin Maltby was a WW2 Chaplin who, lacking facilities, constructed a communion service out of .50 calibre shells. He was a local Pastor for many years. We are indebted to the Maltby family for allowing us to present this not-to-be-missed magnificent exhibit. Come and see this extraordinary piece of history!

Bob Hawes, Curator welcomes Ron Maltby to the museum.
John Brinkley, Museum Founder, welcomes the Maltby Family to the Museum

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