Ellis Crawford, the Behringer-Crawford Museum's first curator, had a passion for taxidermy. This is a Wapiti, or Eastern Elk, Crawford donated the museum.
The streetcar titled "Kentucky," which was built in 1892, was retired to the Behringer-Crawford Museum in Devou Park on July 3, 1850. It was the last public streetcar to be used in Northern Kentucky.
A look inside the Behringer-Crawford Museum: From shrunken heads to Civil War artifacts.
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