Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | December 8, 2017

Ewardian doll clothes, belonging to Mary Mack, ca. 1903.

This navy blue double sailor coat with gold and white metallic thread on the cuffs belonged to Mary Mack of Cornwall age 3 – 4, ca. 1903.

The coat is on display in the bedroom at the museum.

The brim on this straw doll’s hat is held in place with rhinestone and cut glass pin.  It is decorated with ostrich feathers.

The hat belonged to Mary Mack of Cornwall.

Velvet cream coloured Edwardian doll’s pill box hat.

The hat belonged to Mary Mack ca. 1903.

These three artifacts were donated by Miss Mack.

If you want to learn more about Cornwall’s Miss Mark Mack, the City’s first female politician, socialite, artist and activist be sure to obtain a copy of UNFORGOTTEN MARY MACK, CORNWALL’S FIRST LADY, for $15 at the Museum only.

For one day only, on Dec. 16, from 1 pm to 4 pm you can purchase a signed copy of this book and THE LIVING RIVER – SECRETS OF THE ST. LAWRENCE, at the Cornwall Community Museum’s sing-along and open house.

Info:  613 936-0280;  cornwallhistory@outlook.com


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