The “Junie and Delores Studer Library of Tiger Football History” is the official home of historical and archival material for the football program, including game films, media stories, game programs and statistics. The library also houses a a vast collection of Tiger memorabilia, some dating back to the 1800s. Relationships are maintained with both the Massillon Museum and the Cleveland Browns, having provided to these organizations display materials related to Paul Brown and the Tigers in general. Initiated by the late long-time Tiger supporter Junie Studer, the library is now managed by a group of dedicated Tiger football enthusiasts.
The library is currently located in the old Post Office building at 1st and Federal NE and will relocate in the near future to the Massillon Museum. Once the move is completed, the Paul Brown Massillon Tiger Museum will be established in order to display much of the Tiger memorabilia to the general public.
The Library and future Museum are powered by the Massillon Tiger Football Booster Club. Contact Gary Vogt or Ron Prunty for inquiries (see contact information on this website). Donations of related documents and mementos are always accepted.