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Historical Society of Carroll County

210 East Main Street
Westminster, MD 21157-5225
Tel: 410.848.6494
Fax: 410.848.3596
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Historical Society of Carroll County

The Historical Society of Carroll County, Inc., is a not-for-profit [501 (c) 3] educational institution dedicated to collecting and preserving materials and interpreting the history of Carroll County, Maryland. It endeavors to further public interest, knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Carroll County. It provides its membership and other constituent groups with a full array of products and services including ongoing activities, exhibitions, programs, research and publications. (Adopted – March 2000)

Founded in 1939, the Society was formed to save the home of noted community activist Mary B. Shellman from demolition. In 1966, Carroll County deeded the Kimmey House (circa 1800) to the Historical Society for care and preservation. Our third building, the newly renovated Willis-Boyle House (circa 1820), familiarly known as Cockey’s, completes our campus at 206, 210 and 216 East Main Street in Westminster.

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