The Ann Lowder Educational Fund

It may have been during a private tour, wandering through the garden, or while advice was bestowed upon you. But in all ways big and small, Ann Lowder has enhanced our lives. The Robbins Hunter Museum is grateful to honor Ann's desire for a fund to support educational programs here at the museum.

Please click the button below to be a donor of the Ann Lowder Educational Fund and expand our excellence!

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2019 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.


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.


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