Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | June 14, 2017

Local history Bookroom at the Cornwall Community Museum.

The local history bookroom at the Cornwall Community Museum has many out of print booklets such as this illustrated 1952 Ontario Hydro Report for $5.

This richly illustrated history of Ontario’s 19th century Post Offices includes Cornwall’s Gothic clock tower.  Printed in 2006, it sells for $23.

Along with out of print books, the museum’s bookroom also sells works by local authors such as Jan and John Milnes and others that deal with the history of the river, riverboats, smuggling, folk lore and the military.

This reprint of the 1906 Story of Dundas is available for $20.

If you cannot come to the museum, books may be ordered by mail, however, please send your address and any questions to Ian10@bellnet.ca for a quote on the cost of postage.

The bookroom is open daily Wed. to Sun., from 10 am to 4 pm.  Please note we take cash or cheques only as we do not have enough sales to be able to afford debit or credit cards.

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