Your Story, Our History
The Robbins Hunter Museum presents a unique opportunity to honor a family member or friend and leave a lasting impression on Granville. The newly created ramp leading to the museum's west entrance has been laid with approximately 1000
commemorative brick pavers. The railing was re-configured from the ca.
1830 Greek Revival railing which once was the railing on the second floor (North
exposure) front porch. It remained there while the house was home to two
Denison fraternities, FiGi and Kappa Sigma from 1903 to 1956. Since the
railing was not original to the house, it was removed during the major
renovation in 1980. Stored for 32 years in the basement of the house, it
is now back in use after a complete metal restoration. It is part of the
museum’s history, now on practical display.
We invite you to purchase a laser engraved brick to commemorate a loved one, group or organization. Each brick donation includes a
that can be presented to the person or organization being
honored. In addition, "stories" from donors describing the honoree will be
placed on view at the museum and a list of honorees will appear on this website.
Proceeds from the brick sales support the maintenance, programs and events of the Robbins Hunter Museum.
Purchase a commemorative
brick, tell your story, and become part of RHM’s history.
Print, complete and return the Commemorative Brick Order Form. You will receive your certificate once your order has been processed.
Print, complete and return the Story Form at any time.