Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | January 6, 2016

Photographs of the Week. Maxville, Ontario.

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A pre World War I era photograph by Cornwall photographer Thomas Lafleur of the Maxville Macs.

From 1847 the settlement’s first post office was named Macs Corners, after the numerous Macs in the area.  Postmaster John McEwan renamed it Maxville when the railway arrived in 1880.

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Presbyterian Church.

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Jubilee Rink, Maxville

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Maxville Public School

 

 

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