Mercer Museum

Mercer Museum


Doylestown, Pennsylvania (PA), US
The Mercer Museum is a concrete castle built by renowned tile-maker Henry Mercer in the early 20th century. He built the castle to house his enormous collection of early American tools and everyday objects to educate future generations of life before the Industrial revolution. Also in this set are a few images from his home, Fonthill, and his tile factory, the Moravian Tile Factory, also built of concrete.
The Mercer Museum is a concrete castle built by renowned tile-maker Henry Mercer in the early 20th century. He built the castle to house his enormous collection of early American tools and everyday objects to educate future generations of life before the Industrial revolution. Also in this set are a few images from his home, Fonthill, and his tile factory, the Moravian Tile Factory, also built of concrete.
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Links: www.mercermuseum.org
By: Tyco

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