Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | September 21, 2016

Artifact of the Week. Plate – Indians Making Lacrosses on Cornwall Island, ca. 1906.

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White dessert plate with a coloured transfer image, from a postcard, ca. 1906.

The plate came under The Foley China line, made by Wilman & Co., England.  This transfer image was used from 1892 to 1911.

The plate was donated to the Cornwall Community Museum by Ransom Ledoux of Cornwall in 2008.

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Reverse of above card.

Cornwall By-law 1905 – Nov. 20 – By-law to raise the sum of $20,000 for the purpose of granting a loan to a Joint Stock Co. to be founded by Thomas McGill, as aid to said company in erection of factory for manufacture of chairs.

1906 – Nov. 14 – A by-law to raise the sum of $4,000 for the purpose of completing permanent improvements to the Cornwall High School.

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