Victoria Woodhull: Phoenix Rising
The Robbins Hunter Museum boasts the first memorial to Victoria Woodhull in the United States, a memorial clock tower. Given by Robbins Hunter to the village of Granville as a bicentennial gift, Hunter wanted the clock tower to inspire interest in Woodhull and her place in history and further, to inspire future generations to study and be inspired by her.
Because of this, and due to our proximity to Woodhull’s birthplace in Homer, the Museum, in partnership with Denison University and supported by Ohio Humanities, has organized a multi-year project that focuses on the multi-dimensionality of her legacy, Victoria Woodhull: Phoenix Rising. To find out more about Victoria, click HERE.
Donations to the effort of creating a factual, sourced, resource reflecting the lives of Victoria Woodhull and her sister Tennessee Claflin are always welcome, no matter how large or small. If you find our efforts useful or enlightening, please consider giving a donation to help this project move forward.
Take advantage of all that membership has to offer for 2019! Receive free admission to designated events through December 31, 2019, and enjoy our quarterly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox! Don't forget...a gift of membership is the gift that gives ALL year long!
Delight in these additional benefits of membership:
Membership benefits on the $25-$50 level include:
Keeping admission to the museum free for ALL
Receiving early notice of special events
Invitations to member-only previews of special exhibits and receptions
Contributors ($100) receive the above PLUS a 10% discount on event rentals
Supporters ($200) receive all of the above PLUS a copy of Horace King's Granville: Massachusetts to Ohio
Patrons ($500) enjoy all of the above PLUS a 25% discount on event rentals
2018 Annual Operating Campaign
The Robbins Hunter Museum looks to the future with a firm commitment to providing outstanding experiences. Your gift to our Annual Operating Campaign is tax deductible and allows us to continue as a prime tourist attraction in the Village of Granville.
Support the Jill Griesse Historical Garden
The Jill Griesse Historic Garden at the Robbins Hunter Museum at Avery-Downer House creates an amazing outdoor garden and performance pavilion that celebrates the life of Jill Griesse. The garden and daffodils are a "a collection of a lifetime."
This garden is an educational all-season landscape in the heart of the Village of Granville and establishes the Robbin Hunter Museum as a leading expert on gardening within our community.
The garden honors the late Jill Griesse and her passion for daffodils, gardening and the Robbins Hunter Museum. The Griesse family has graciously offered to gift to the museum a selection of Jill’s priceless daffodil collection. The museum has developed a design for the landscape that includes elements required for a sanctioned American Daffodil Society (ADS) display garden in honor of Jill.
You can be a part of Granville history and have your name or a loved ones placed in the walkway of the Robbins Hunter Museum. A brick engraved to your specifications will be placed along the West entrance. This is a unique opportunity to honor special people in your life and leave a lasting impression on Granville. Commemorate your vacation, a wedding, birthday, anniversary or any other special occasion. Capture a moment in time with a brick that you can visit for years to come.
Each brick donation of $100 includes a certificate 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.
Order your brick here:
We value our commemorative brick walkway honorees:
403 Broadway East/Jonathan and Adam
Constance K. Barsky & Steven G. Katz
Ben and Jennifer Barton
Sue Barton Family& Granville
Mary Hauser Bingham
Mary Lee Bissell
Josiah and Joyce Blackmore
Jeanne and Alan Bolton & Family
Leslie Greene Bowman
The Burden Family
Bruce R Claflin & Carol Lynn Claflin
Howard B Claflin & Margaret P Claflin
Howard Brian Claflin & Connie Lynn Claflin
James Curtis Claflin & Margaret Ann Claflin
Matthew T Claflin & Julie M Claflin
Scott Thomas Claflin & Julie Fox Claflin
Dominick Consolo & Susan Richardson
J. Craig "Copey" Copenhefer
Mark, Judith, Emma, Josiah and Grace Dann
Brooke and Jerry Datz
The DeSapri Family
Kami and Lauren Diaz & Callie and Ty Pangborn
George S. Downer
Beth and Richard Eckels
Bill and Janet Englefield
Ron, Sharon, Deanna, and Nadine Fuller
Linda Helen Gibson
Hannah Rose Graves
Jill Griesse, Marcia Downes, Carol Salome
Jill Harms Griesse
Paul and Jill Griesse
Dick and Julie Hagen
Jim and Fran Hart
Ilene and Victor Intihar
Jean M. Jankowski
Benton Fair Kauffman
Dr. Charles Keller
Zack and Molly King
Dr. Dale T. Knobel
Wm. Henry Kussmaul
Cheryl Kay Moore
Robert and Ruth Ann Parsley
Mollie, Grant and Sarah Prasher
T. David Price
The Reynolds Family
Jack P. Roebuck
John W. Ross
Sherman and Susan Ryan
Richard Scott Family
Polly and Steve Schneider
Jim and Nancy Siegel
St. Edward the Confessor Church
Jon and Kate Swift
Howard and Betty Tibbs & Family
Donald M. Valdes
Sarah Reese Wallace
Bernie and Hilah Williams
Margaret Pyle Wuerth
Donald Wallace Young
Greg and Sheridan
Ordering Bulbs for your Garden?
Brent and Becky's Bulbs is sure to have what you are looking for! Click on the link below and you will be taken to Brent and Becky's online store. Choose Robbins Hunter Museum from the pull down menu, start shopping, and a percentage of every dollar you spend will support our organization. It's really that simple!
We're now in The Giving Store!
The Giving Store at columbusfoundation.org is a one-stop shop for effective and easy philanthropy of any kind. Click on the logo to the right to check out our organization in The Giving Store & to make a gift today or in the future.