MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED STARTING APRIL 25 THROUGH MAY 18 TO PREPARE FOR THE 47TH ANNUAL INDUCTION BANQUET WEEKEND MAY 15-16.
Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
$4 Senior Citizens (60 and over)
Groups of 10 or more get $1 off each admission.
Johnny Mack Brown
Class of 1969
Born: 8/1/1904 Died: 11/14/1974 Birthplace: Dothan, AL
Johnny Mack Brown was born just after the turn of the century and was reared in Dothan, Alabama. At the University of Alabama he was a star football player who helped the Crimson Tide to national prominence in the 1926 Rose Bowl. He scored twice on passes from Grant Gillis and Pooley Hubert to defeat Washington 20-19. The "Dothan Antelope" was known for multiple scoring performances and was All-Southern for 3 years. Johnny Mack went on to become just as bright a star in western movies as he had been in football. He was enshrined in the National Football Hall of Fame in 1957. He is deceased.