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A traveling exhibit of still photography that depicts poignant reminders of the Vietnam War from the perspective of 30 former prisoners of war is coming to Guam.

“Open Doors: Vietnam POWs Thirty Years Later” will open Tuesday and run through Aug. 2 at the Guam KAHA Arts and Culture Gallery. The gallery is in Puntan Dos Amantes Park overlooking Tumon Bay.

The exhibit will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. opening day. The day’s featured keynote speaker will be Charles Everett Southwick, a retired Navy captain who spent six years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.

The exhibit, managed by the Coronado Historical Association of Museum and Art, debuted in 2002 in Coronado, Calif. It since has traveled throughout the United States.

The exhibit is open to the public and admission is free. Call the gallery at DSN 646-2781 for more details.

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