Dayton International Peace Museum
Founded in 2004 by four local peace activists, the Dayton International Peace Museum is dedicated to promoting peace in the nation and around the world. To this end, the museum offers a variety of programs and exhibits to educate people about the efficacy and practice of nonviolence. It also serves as a gathering place for peace-related activities. The museum is located in the historic Isaac Pollack House, which was built in 1876.
Backstory and Context
"It was a splendid old mansion." Journal Herald. 1968. Retrieved from Dayton History Books Online on July 24, 2018. http://www.daytonhistorybooks.com/splendidbuilding.html.
Photo: Dayton International Peace Museum