Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | February 22, 2016

Photographs of the Week. Glengarry Pipe Band and Courtauld’s (Canada) Ltd., and Cottages

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The Glengarry Pipe Band in Cornwall, August 7th, 1926.

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A photocard looking east of Courtauld’s (Canada) Ltd., Cornwall and four of the Courtauld’s cottages, which are still standing.

Following the British tradition, eleven cottages were built across from the mill for management in 1926.  Altogether Courtauld’s built 12 cottages, they were put on the open market in 1996.

From the collection of the archives at the Cornwall Community Museum.

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