Hudson: WWII medals, dress uniform on view at historical society museum

Hudson – The Hudson Historical Society will have the World War II medals and dress uniform of Waldo Brigham Jones on view Tuesdays, from 10 a.m. to noon, at its museum.

Waldo Brigham Jones was a graduate of Hudson High School and the Army Air Corps. He flew 50 bombing missions over Europe, and was awarded many medals. These medals and his dress uniform are now on display in the museum.

The Hudson Historical Society Museum is located at the Hudson Mill Business Center, 43 Broad St., Room C402, on the fourth floor. It is accessible by elevator and stairway, and is air-conditioned. For more information on the Hudson Historical Society, call 978-562-2130 or visit http://hudsonhistoricalsociety.org/.

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