Joseph Moore Museum, located at 801 National Rd W, in Richmond, United States.
Joseph Moore Museum has in its collection 1 elephantine taxidermy specimens with records in this database:
Earlham College is a private liberal arts college in Richmond, Indiana. The college was established in 1847 by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). The Joseph Moore Museum is a natural history museum located on campus and run by students and biology department faculty, focusing on Indiana's natural history. It is open to the public (free of charge) and tours are available upon request.
Joseph Moore (1832–1905) had a career at Earlham College that began in 1853 and ended only with his death. He was president and he founded Earlham's natural history museum, which is now named in his honor, and managed to come over the skeleton of the famous circus elephant Tippoo Sultan. The skeleton was later destoyed in a fire in 1924.
In one photo it stands to the left of a Mastodon skeleton that was found near Losantville Indiana which was mounted in 1895.The Mastodon skeleton survived the fire and can still be seen at Earlham College today.