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The Kansas City World World War I Museum and Memorial features interactive displays, thought-provoking films and eyewitness testimonies that help guide visitors through one of the largest collections of WWI artifacts in the world, housed in a distinctive Kansas City landmark overlooking the city.

Lamcraft Inc. is proud to assist the Museum in its mission to commemorate the Great War by producing high-quality American-made bookmarks for their Museum Store. The designers at Lamcraft have created unique artwork for several bookmarks, which include digital collages, colorization and other special effects.

Some themes include: The Role of Animals in World War I, Christmas in Wartime, The Role of American Women in War, and Aerial Combat (“Dogfighting”).

Let Bookmarks Communicate Your Message

Do you have a special exhibit to announce or a particularly interesting artifact in your holdings? Do you wish to emphasize an architectural detail in your facility or tell the story of a founder or notable event? Let a 2″ x 7″ durable bookmark tell the story.

Lamcraft works with each museum and park property to make ordering bookmarks as simple as possible. Just send us your images, a paragraph or two of text and give us an idea of what you wish to highlight on your personalized bookmark. Our designers and production staff will design your custom bookmark(s), send you a proof of each one, then print, laminate and ship. We have low minimums (at least one carton – 100 pieces) and quantity discounts. Best of all, there are not extra fees for design (which includes one round of revisions). The price for one carton of 2″ x 7″ bookmarks is $138 plus shipping; for four cartons the price is only $108 per carton.

These bookmark keepsakes are suitable for resale in a bookstore or gift shop and clear plastic stands with signage are available for countertop display. The bookmarks are also ideal for volunteer outreach and donor appreciation. Call Barbara Hohenstein, our museum representative, to discuss the possibilities at 1-800-821-1333 or email her at for more information.