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Crawford County Historical Society and Baldwin Reynolds House Museum [Pennsylvania]

The Society operates the Baldwin Reynolds House Museum. Built in 1843 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house now displays artifacts from the Baldwin and Reynolds families, as well as other Crawford-area families; 23 rooms are on display, some outfitted to reflect their original use and others used for historical displays.

The society offers research library access and educational and recreational events; the museum offers exhibits and tours.