Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | December 18, 2015

Photographs of the Week. Williamstown, Ontario.

scan0042                     Pre World War I postcard The Black River, Williamstown.

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The bay at the east end of Williamstown, Eugene Joubert’s boat is seen in the centre.scan0043 Fx_WM

 

Williamstown postcard printed by L. Gobeille, Montreal.

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F.E. Joubert’s grocery, Williamstown.

 

scan0047                                                          Postcard, 1920.

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Postcard, 1920.

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Blockprint poster for the Williamstown Fair.scan0050

 

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Williamstown High School, 1900 to 1950s.

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Williamstown Grammar School, signed Egerton Ryerson.

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The Public aka Grammar School opened in 1862 is now the Museum.

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Lady and Sir John Johnson stand outside of the Sir John Johnson House National Historic Site, Williamstown, August 17, 1961.

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Fraserfield, Williamstown.

Construction started on the home in 1817.  It served as the residence of Col. Hon. Alexander Fraser, 1776 – 1853.  Member of the Legislative Assembly for Glengarry, 1828 34; Legislative Councillor 1838 – 53; first Warden of the United Counties, 1841 – 49; Registrar for Glengarry 1841 – 53.

These photographs, postcards and images are from the collection of the Cornwall Community Museum.

 

 

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