Preserving Valuable History
The William G. Tilley Museum & Archives serves as a testament to the rich heritage of the C.L.B., meticulously preserving the organization's invaluable records, artifacts, and memorabilia. Spanning over a century, our collection allows visitors to immerse themselves in the fascinating history of the C.L.B. and explore the various milestones that have shaped our journey. The museum offers an engaging and educational experience for members, researchers, and the general public alike.
Within the walls of the William G. Tilley Museum & Archives, you will discover an extensive range of artifacts, photographs, uniforms, and documents that tell the story of the C.L.B. Each item in our collection represents a significant moment in our history or offers a glimpse into the daily lives of our past members. Our museum & archives was rebuilt following the Harvey Road Fire in December of 1992 by the man of whom it is named, Drum Major William G. Tilley, who served the C.L.B. for over 90 years! As you explore the museum, you'll gain an appreciation for the dedication and passion of those who have contributed to the organization's enduring legacy.
Visiting and Accessibility
The William G. Tilley Museum & Archives is committed to making its collection accessible to all who wish to delve into the C.L.B.'s rich past. We are open to the public by appointment, ensuring that our visitors receive a personalized experience tailored to their interests. Additionally, our knowledgeable staff is readily available to assist with research inquiries and provide insights into our historical treasures. To arrange a visit or for more information, please contact us.
Embark on a captivating journey through the C.L.B.'s storied past at the William G. Tilley Museum & Archives.
Book your visit today and discover the rich heritage that has shaped our organization for over a century.