To veterans Glen Flora, Joe Kennedy, and Mark Giannullo:
As you know, our English teacher gave us lists of questions about Bayonne from the 1800s until now. We had to research online for many things. However, the majority of our work was conducting live interviews with citizens of Bayonne. Our favorite part of the research was the part we spent with you.
Thank you for allowing us to visit your museum. Since we had to give back answers in the form of a book, we needed photographs. Thank you for posing for all of our pictures. We loved your museum on Ninth Street. We all found it very interesting. It was incredibly informative. We learned so much from the exhibits and from you. You were very hospitable on the Saturdays that we visited.
The museum has a great atmosphere. It is hard to believe that all of the things in that museum are from soldiers who left Bayonne to fight in all of those wars. We especially loved all of the old photographs and uniforms. Looking at all of the interesting artifacts was like watching a movie. Thank you to all of the veterans who fought so that we can live in freedom in the city of Bayonne.
Thank you so much, again.
ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS
Bayonne High School