Saturday, Jan 30, 2016 1:00 pm
Education program by author Charles Jacobs, author of Ausfalls: LZ 129 “Hindenburg” May Day Flight 1937.
Owls Head Transportation Museum
117 Museum Street
Owls Head, Maine
Author-curator emeritus Charles Jacobs has been fascinated with lighter-than-air flight since childhood. For almost half a century, Jacobs has studied and collected Dirigibilia and will discuss his new book, Ausfalls: LZ 129 “Hindenburg” May Day Flight 1937, share some of his Hindenburg heirlooms and address Maine’s historic connection with this airship.
Charles M. Jacobs holds a Masters in Museum Studies from Syracuse University and is Curator Emeritus of the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, Maumee Valley Historical Society in Ohio and Colonel Joel Lane Museum House of Raleigh, NC. Charles is the author of Kenton Cast Iron Toys, Wayne’s Trace: Ft. Deposit to Ft. Industry, Weskeag Story, and Ausfalls (Zeppelin Hindenburg May Day Flight 1937).
All Owls Head Transportation Museum Winter Education Series programs are free to the public. They begin at 1:00 p.m. on their respective dates. Visitors wishing to view the Museum before or after attending a Winter Education Series Program will be charged standard museum admission of $14 for adults and $11 for visitors over 65. Museum admission is always free to youth under 18 as well as retired and active duty Military (Uniformed Services ID required). To find out more about any Winter Education Series program please contact Curator and Education Director Ethan Yankura at email@example.com.
Source: Owls Head Transportation Museum – owlshead.org