Owl presentation at Cleveland Trailside Museum   Save
Owl presentation at Cleveland Trailside Museum
Description: Reverse reads: "C.W. Ackerman, Photographer. 3021227 Prospect Bldg. MA, 5693 Cleveland, O." This photo depicts a nature presentation as a man tries to control what is most likely a Barred owl in front of a crowd at the Cleveland Trailside Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. The Trailside Museum was founded by Arthur Baldwin Williams, an ecologist, Curator of Education for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and park naturalist for the Cleveland Metropolitan Park District. The museum opened on July 4, 1931 in North Chagrin Park, and was the first of its kind in America. In 1934, museum attendance exceeded 34,000. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: SA1039AV_B13F02_016_001
Subjects: Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (Ohio); Trailside Museums; Barred owl; Ohio--History--Pictorial works; Federal Writers' Project
Places: Cleveland (Ohio); Cuyahoga County (Ohio)