Dahlgren Hall





This building was erected to house the museum's horse-drawn machinery. A building was needed to save the special pieces that are housed there.

It houses a large collection from all over the county. As some adults step through the doors, they will well remember their parents and grandparents using many of these items. We want our children of today and the many generations to come to enjoy this history that has been saved and preserved for them.

This building also houses buggies, and a large black hearse, that is owned by the Price Family and still used sometimes; it is a very special piece.





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