The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Foundation™

Our Museum

As a rich source of local and historical information, the Jack Miner Museum was built in 1977 and houses the Miner Family memorabilia from the late 1800's when the family’s brick & tile manufacturing plant was in operation.

Jack Miner was acquainted with some of the most famous people of his era and among other things, letters and photos from distinguished visitors such as Henry Ford & Ty Cobb are among the displayed items. The museum is filled with period photography from some of the most influential photographers of Jack Miner's generation.

Also on display are Jack Miner’s actual lecture clothing and the detailed steps in creating his autobiography, 'WILD GOOSE JACK'.

The museum is open from March thru November.


 
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