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Paine-Gillam-Scott Museum Complex Open For Mint Festival

August 3, 2017

batmansohnthPaine-Gillam-Scott Museum offers a photo opportunity to the guests visiting the museum.

Bring your camera and take pictures of family members/friends in the Amish carriage. Volunteers refurbished the carriage and it is picture ready.

The Paine-Gillam-Scott House is air conditioned, so take time to cool off and browse the artifacts from Clinton County. Our 2017 Exhibit, Transportation and Fashion, highlights photographs of the Interurban train, old cars and gas stations in the area. The Swegles General Store and the Carriage House hold a treasure trove of artifacts from an old floor model coffee grinder in the general store to all types of implements for the farm and manufacturing from Clinton County in the Carriage House.

Lansing State Journal recently featured a story about Clem Sohn and the museum’s archivist, Ron Matson, contributed information for the story.


Paine-Gillam-Scott Museum has photographs and news clippings of Clem Sohn and docents talk about him when giving tours of the museum. A badge commemorating Clem Sohn Original “Batman” 50th Year Remembrance Apr. 25, 1987 by Clinton County Historical Society is currently available at Paine-Gillam-Scott House Museum.

The museum complex is located at 106 Maple St., west of the Courthouse. In addition to their regular hours of Wednesday 2-6:30 pm and Sunday 1-4 pm., the museum complex will be open for Mint Festival on Saturday, August 12 from 1-4 pm. For further information, call 989-292-9096, contact us via email at or check us out on Facebook.

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