Wanna Learn About the Clearwater Bombers? Then Visit the Historic Plumb House Museum
The Clearwater Bombers were the 10 Time World Champion Men's Softball Team and if you want to see uniforms and pictures of this record-setting group of athletes, catch one of the free tours offered by the Clearwater Historical Society available from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month.
The Plumb House, located at 1380 South Martin Luther King Avenue, Clearwater, is the birthplace of Mary and Kathleen Plumb. It is an original Cracker-Style house built in circa 1896. Kathleen Plumb was an early principal of South Ward Elementary School and Jennie Reynolds Plumb, Mary and Kathleen's grandmother, was Clearwater's first paid public school teacher. Plumb Elementary School was named after the Plumb family. The Plumb House, now known as the Historic Plumb House Museum, houses period furnishings, vintage photographic collections, artifacts and many documents of historical significance about Clearwater, including yearbooks from Clearwater High School and Clearwater Bombers memorabilia. Call 446-2676 or 399-1412 for more information.
Donations of all kinds are welcome.
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