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Dear Ms. O’Donnell,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
The Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project accepts donations of photographs and other materials documenting the military service of veterans.
Also, you may wish to contact military museums that have a collection focus relevant to your father’s branch of service, such as the museums of the Army Museum Enterprise, the Naval History and Heritage Command’s museums, the US Air Force Museums and and Heritage Centers, or the National Museum of the Marine Corps.
Some military museums also collect items documenting the experience of veterans from a specific geographic area, such as the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, New York State Military Museum, the Texas Military Forces Museum, the Military Museum of Texas, the Military Museum of Fort Worth, and others. For an incomplete and unofficial list of military museums, see Wikipedia’s Military and war museums in the United States. Online searches may indicate additional museums in your area.
Some university libraries accept donations of the papers of alumni, or might otherwise be interested in Korean War related material. Other options include state and local libraries, history museums, and historical societies.
We hope this information is helpful.