Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | July 13, 2016

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


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


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


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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