Paul Brown invented football as we know it today, and the Massillon Museum has built a new permanent exhibit space dedicated to the greatest coach who ever lived. Original Memorabilia, photos, and printed material, interactive video, collections documenting Massillon Tigers history, and a reference library are among the Paul Brown Museum features. It is the premier destination for research, presentation of artifacts, and events related to the history of Brown and his coaching tree, and the tradition of Massillon high-school and professional football. The Massillon Tigers are among the Top 5 most winningest high-school football programs of all time, and Paul Brown is regarded as one of the top ten football coaches in the game‚Äôs history. A Hall-of-Famer, subject of numerous documentaries, innovator of strategies which revolutionized American football, champion of integration during a turbulent era in our country, and founder of two NFL football teams, Brown has left a legacy not only celebrated in Massillon, Ohio but in all of America. The Massillon Tiger football tradition resonates not only with players and fans of the sport, but with the entire community; it is made up of the Tiger Swing Band, cheerleaders, boosters, school administration, students, business owners, and many more. This new tribute is a permanent space in Massillon Museum, located at 121 Lincoln Way East in Massillon, Ohio ‚Äî only 8 miles away from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. Current Exhibits on Display: *Paul Brown & Tigers Timeline Photographs, artifacts, and films illustrate key moments in football history of the Massillon Tiger Football team from 1891 to the present, and the career of Coach Paul Brown in this thirty-foot timeline. *Tiger Legacy: The Story Continues¬† The gallery features photographs of Massillon Tiger players, traditions, and special moments from the 2021 football season.¬†The¬†Tiger Legacy¬†project began in collaboration with photographers Gary Harwood and David Foster in 2011.¬†The original exhibition was photographic documentation of the 2011 and 2012 Massillon Washington High School football seasons and the community‚Äôs embrace and celebration of this tradition.¬†The second phase of the project dove deeper into the community relationships with the exhibit¬†Tiger Legacy II,¬†debuting in 2015 along with a full-color, award-winning book¬†published by Daylight Books with grant support from the Ohio Arts Council. The¬†Tiger Legacy¬†book is available in the Museum‚Äôs shop, OHregionalities.¬†Now, ten years after the original¬†Tiger Legacy¬†exhibition, the project lives on, combining images from the original projects, including some, never published in the exhibitions or¬†book, and new photographs documenting the enduring legacy of the Tiger football tradition.