Dog Words

0133: Stubby the War Dog with Ann Bausum

September 09, 2020 Rosie Fund Season 1 Episode 33
Dog Words
0133: Stubby the War Dog with Ann Bausum
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Dog Words
0133: Stubby the War Dog with Ann Bausum
Sep 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 33
Rosie Fund

Author Ann Bausum tells the true story of Stubby the stray dog and his service in World War I. Learn more about Ann’s work — including her Stubby book for children and one for adults — at AnnBausum.com. The family of Stubby’s best friend, Robert Conroy, maintains a website honoring their exploits and relationship.

The National WWI Museum and Memorial is dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. Come to Kansas City or visit online at TheWorldWar.org.

Visit RosieFund.org for links to all of our social media, including our free YouTube channel. Please subscribe to our channel to help us secure the Rosie Fund URL.

Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. If you’d like a socially distanced concert in your backyard this fall, contact The Wires via their website.

Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com.

Show Notes

Author Ann Bausum tells the true story of Stubby the stray dog and his service in World War I. Learn more about Ann’s work — including her Stubby book for children and one for adults — at AnnBausum.com. The family of Stubby’s best friend, Robert Conroy, maintains a website honoring their exploits and relationship.

The National WWI Museum and Memorial is dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. Come to Kansas City or visit online at TheWorldWar.org.

Visit RosieFund.org for links to all of our social media, including our free YouTube channel. Please subscribe to our channel to help us secure the Rosie Fund URL.

Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. If you’d like a socially distanced concert in your backyard this fall, contact The Wires via their website.

Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com.