Welcome Matt Springer.

Last Friday, the APG Board of Directors held our annual board meeting via Zoom. The meeting covered several topics, membership, treasury, future projects, and the election of a new Secretary. Long time supporter and friend Matt Springer was nominated and by unanimous decision elected to the post. For any of you not familiar with Matt, … More Welcome Matt Springer.

Get on Board!!!

A reminder. Just a under 10 days to sign up or renew your membership with the Artist Preservation Group Inc to be eligable for the raffle. We’ve got a great list of prizes. A custom sculpt by Matt Springer (rules apply) Jeff Shiu’s 120mm German 6th Army Stalingrad Maurice Corry’s 120mm 505th AIR 82nd AB … More Get on Board!!!

Happy New Year!

I hope this finds all of you well and in good spirits. Attached is the letter we will be sending to current and some past members announcing our 2021 Membership Drive. Despite the virus and much political unrest, 2020 was good to us. In turn we were able to make donations to many institutions supporting … More Happy New Year!

APG Pitches in to Help Preserve More Land and Burial Site at Antietam Battlefield.

Last week I attended a Zoom meeting with the American Battlefield Trust. (ABT) The focus of the meeting was on property at the Antietam Battlefield that was for sale and available to the ABT. The property lies just west of the Dunker Church and is relevant for many reasons. Check out Gary Adelman’s video for … More APG Pitches in to Help Preserve More Land and Burial Site at Antietam Battlefield.

APG “Seals the Deal” for the Purchase of Williamsburg, Virginia Civil War Battlefield Property

The Board of Directors recently approved a donation of $12,500 to the American Battlefield Trust for the purchase of 29 key acres of battlefield property in Williamsburg, VA. The property was the scene of a major Confederate attack on May 5th 1862, under General Longstreet, against Federal troops of Heintzelmans III Corps, under George B … More APG “Seals the Deal” for the Purchase of Williamsburg, Virginia Civil War Battlefield Property