Calvin B. Taylor House Museum
208 North Main Street, Berlin, MD 21811 - United States
This restored early nineteenth century house located in Berlin’s historic district functions as the town’s museum of local history. The building consists of a house museum furnished with local period pieces and a west wing gallery of changing exhibits.
Images of the Past
This current exhibit features a photographic history of Berlin from 1900-1950, including a time line and oral histories.
The Race of the Century
This exhibit is dedicated to historical images of the Riddle Farm and The Race of the Century, in which long shot Seabiscuit triumphed over favorite War Admiral.
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