The exhibition is closed. Please enjoy the information about this past exhibit.

Clothing That Unites ​By definition a uniform is “an identifying outfit or style of dress worn by members of a given profession, organization or rank.” Uniforms provide a visible connection to these institutions, uniting the participants under common missions, philosophies and standards. Uniforms also serve as a symbol to others, readily identifying the group and the code of conduct expected from it. Over the years, the Castle Museum has collected a wide assortment of uniforms worn by area residents. From military and police to baseball and band uniforms, they all tell a story that connects them to professions, schools, activities and organizations throughout Saginaw County.

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Home from the War: Saginaw's Civil War Veterans

Second National Bank

Remembering the Forgotten War

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The Castle Museum and History on the Move are supported in part by awards from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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