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The Aberdeen Room & Museum


pdf ARM Newsletter Jan-Feb 2014 (Vol.13-No.1)

The Great Fire of 1918; ARM Open House 2013 looks back to WWII; Community Events from years ago;  People in the news from years past;  Aberdeen printing office; and more....

pdf Nov 2013 (Vol.12-No.5)

Aberdeen Christmas Street 2013.  Remembering Pearl Harbor, WWII.  The Army Song Book brings many a tune to mind.  Churches in Aberdeen's History.  AHS Class of '63.  Harford County Responds to the announcement of war.  A NEW LOOK for the Aberdeen Room building!   Recent Donations tell Many Stories!  Decoys in Chesapeake Bay Gunning Country.

pdf Sep 2013 (Vol 12-No.4)

Inside... Aberdeen Teachers share stories of Elementary school years.  School event clippings.  Ghost dog stories on Spesutie Island.  Missing the APG Ordnance Museum.   Baseball in Aberdeen.   Special anniversaries and AHS class reunions... and much more.    You're always welcome at the ARM.  Come by and visit.

pdf July 2013 (Vol.12-No.3

With stories of Aberdeen's Historic B&O Station.   Newspaper important to Aberdeen.  Decoy carver and B&O Singleman Remembered.  Museum donations, ... and much more.   You're invited to visit the Aberdeen Room.

pdf May 2013 (Vol.12-No.2)

Containing articles and informatoin about Aberdeen including, Workmen of the Past (1950s); The USO and ARC (1940s); Treasures From Yester-Year;  Houses of East Aberdeen (1910s); C.W. Baker’s Real Estate Ventures (1880s) ; Recent Donations to the Museum; Photo Story of US Housing Corp. 

pdf March 2013 (Vol.12-No.1)

Sharing the records, pictures and memorabilia of Aberdeen's R. Lee Mitchell family.  Newsclippings reveal life in Aberdeen during war years.  1902 Aberdeen crime spree, part 3.  Aberdeen's first telephone exchange in 1890.  Mrs. Pritchard's store remembered.   AHS Class of '32 play program's advertisements reveal much about Aberdeen... and much more.   You're invited to visit the Aberdeen Room.

pdf October 2012 (Vol.11- No.5)

Aberdeen graduates convene for biennial reunion.  A look back at Aberdeen's school memories.  A 110 year-old Aberdeen crime story.  More Aberdeen treasures donated.  You're invited to come visit.  

pdf August 2012 Vol.11-No.4

Aberdeen's Union Methodist Church,   Mr. George Slee - an Aberdeen Icon,   Patriotic ARM Donations, Legendary Sports Events,  and more

pdf April 2012 (Vol 11-No 2)

The Historical Society of Harford County presents Certificate of Achievement to the Aberdeen Room Museum for 25 years of service. Also, remembering the old Aberdeen High School.


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The Museum School Corner Needs The Following

Aberdeen High Yearbooks of Classes:

  • 1945
  • 1956
  • 1979
  • 2007, 2008

Yearbooks from any Aberdeen School would be a welcome addition to the museums school collection.

Museum Hours

The Aberdeen Museum

We are temporarily closed due to the pandemic

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and by appointment

Call us at 410-273-6325 for special events and tours.

Contact Us

Aberdeen Historical Museum
18 North Howard Street
Aberdeen, Maryland 21001
(410) 273-6325

Our Mission

The Aberdeen Historical Museum is dedicated to acquire, preserve and convey the significant socio-economic and cultural heritage of the greater Aberdeen area for its citizens, and fosters active learning as an educational and research resource to connect and enrich our community, as well as, appreciate our historic contributions in the broader context of county, state and nation.