Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | January 10, 2017

Artifact of the Week – Beanie – Fullerton Drug Store, ca. 1955.

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Carolyn Filion was the Cornwall Community Museum’s first donor of the year with this 1950s Beanie from Fullerton Drug Store, Cornwall.

In Cornwall since 1932, Fullerton’s has occupied several storefronts in Cornwall.  154, 156 and 170 Pitt Street; 354 Montreal Road and 820 McConnell Ave.

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Eye-glass cleaning cloth, from Fullteron’s.

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Responses

  1. Its great to see these artifacts from my Grandfather’s stores. D.J. “Mac” Macphail owned the stores in all its locations until the 1970’s.


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