Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | June 12, 2016

Tour of historic Winchester, Ontario.

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A Winchester Couple by photographer N.M. Trickey.

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The back of a Victorian cabinet photograph card by Trickey.

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1896.

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1896.

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Edwardian postcard showing the local train station.

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An Edwardian era postcard.

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scan0066It was usual to enclose death notices with black borders.

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An aerial view of Winchester looking east, mid 1950s.

This is a sample of historic photographs, postcards and documents in the archives of the SD & G Historical Society held at the Historic Cornwall Jail, now open on weekends throughout the summer.

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