Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | July 13, 2016

Document of the Week. Toronto Paper Manufacturing Co., Order for Pulp Wood, 1896.

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A an order for pulp wood to be supplied by Albert Werley, Lunenburg.

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This article appeared in 1905, unfortunately the magazine or book it came from was not cited.

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Toronto Paper Manufacturing, Cornwall, 1912.  The buildings in the forefront were used until the very end.

This is a small selection of material held in the archives of the Cornwall Community Museum about the Toronto Paper Manufacturing Co., aka Howard Smith aka Domtar Fine Papers.

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