Graves Peeler Hall of Horns
Another Man's Passion for the Outdoors...
is evident from the museum's Graves Peeler Hall of Horns. Featuring over 200 mounted examples of North American wildlife, the collection was assembled by rancher and lawman Graves Peeler (1886-1977) during a lifetime of hunting throughout Mexico, Canada, and the Western United States. Peeler's many hunting trophies include North American deer, moose, big horn sheep, pronghorns and grizzley bears, among other species. Mr. Peeler was also one of the men responsible for saving the Texas longhorn from extinction and as a longhorn breeder he saved many of the horns from his herd, which can now be viewed in the museum.
This page was last updated on: January 24, 2013