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The Brinton Museum

The Brinton Museum
239 Brinton Road

The Brinton Museum was established as an institution dedicated to Native American art & culture, as well as to American fine and decorative art. It is our desire to continue and expand upon the work of Helen Brinton, who in 1960 established an institution named after her brother Bradford. Helen’s intent was to preserve the Quarter Circle Ä‚ Ranch and the Brintons’ collection of fine art, furnishings, historic and Native American artifacts and make them accessible to the public. It was her desire that the institution be a source of education and enjoyment to all visitors, regardless of nationality, race, color or creed, thus establishing the Bradford Brinton Memorial, per Helen Brinton’s will.

The Brinton Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media


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