Clyde Museum 2024 season kicks off with President Truman presentation

Mar 5, 2024 | Entertainment | 0 comments

The Clyde Museum is about to restart another great year of programming for 2024, beginning with a history presentation that will be performed at the museum at 124 W. Buckeye St. in Clyde on Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m.

During a first-person reenactment, Kenneth Hammontree of Ashland will portray the life and times of Harry S. Truman, the 33rd president of the United States. Truman is considered one of the most influential American presidents in history. In the ranking of American presidents, he is listed by Siena rankings as 7th of the 46 presidents. Some of his most significant accomplishments involved the Marshall Plan following WWII, the formation of the State of Israel, the establishment of the Truman Doctrine, and the founding of NATO to thwart the spread of communism.

Admission is free. Donations can be made for the refreshments and program but are not required.

Parking is available in the alleyways behind the museum, the overflow parking lot of Edward Jones Investments Services on the corner of W. Buckeye and George St., and on-street parking in front of the museum.

The Clyde Museum is open on Thursdays from 1-5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The General McPherson House is open by appointment only.

The Clyde Museum has been in operation and open to the public for nearly 92 years and steadfastly continues to this day. The Clyde Heritage League proudly continues to offer the museum to all who enter its doors to visit and view the significant history of Clyde, Ohio.

For more information, call 419-547-7946, visit, or visit the Clyde Museum & General McPherson House Facebook page.

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