Lt. Joseph Dawkins served his country in the Army during World War I; now his hometown of Farmerville, Louisiana, wants to honor his memory by displaying his complete uniform in the local museum. The Dawkins Family preserved his brown wool uniform all these years, and has now generously donated it to the Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville. This treasured artifact needs to be displayed in a museum-quality glass case where it can be viewed by the public and yet safely protected from the elements. Properly displayed, Lt. Dawkins' uniform can inspire youngsters to respect military heroes and to learn about soldiers' sacrifices to build the America we enjoy today. The display case the museum wants to purchase will be 36" x 36" x 85" and will be made of tempered glass and brushed aluminum. It will have internal LED lights. This size case will be able to properly accomodate a mannequin dressed in Lt. Dawkins' uniform, hat, and leather leggings, plus display Lt. Dawkins' Army overcoat.