Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | June 6, 2016

EDO (Canada) Limited, Cornwall, Ontario.

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EDO opened at the foot of Boundary Road in 1957,  The firm pioneered the manufacture of electronic marine equipment.

This photograph shows H.M. Johnson, president, taling to Jack Galbraith, manufacturing manager, Edward Showalter, engineering and B.H. Secord, treasurer.  The firm closed in 1960.

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Interior of the EDO plant under construction.

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Aerial view of EDO (Canada).

Have you ever wondered what that jetty was for in the river near Gray’s Creek.  The structure was meant to be used for testing the company’s products.

This is a small sampling of the Cornwall Community Museum’s collection of photographs relating to Cornwall’s industrial history, available for viewing and research.

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