Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | February 8, 2018

Book Fair at Cornwall’s Heritage Fair

Printed in 1982, this sofcover book is available at a steal for $5. (SOLD)

Visit the Sat. Feb. 24th book fair and heritage fair at the Cornwall Square, 9 pm to 4 pm.

And remember there is no tax on any books you buy!

Printed in 1999 and originally selling for $25, this lightly used copy will be for sale for $15.

This volume deals with the history of the boondoggle about the Cornwall Aces, begging the question – Is Cornwall still a hockey town; our military and religious heritage, the story of Pitt St., recreation and more.

I have often been asked if I ever wrote Vol. II.  The answer is yes, the CORNWALL SCRAPBOOK, now sold out – but you can still obtain copies of my third volume THE LIVING RIVER – SECRETS OF THE ST. LAWRENCE – FROM MONTREAL TO CORNWALL TO PRESCOTT, regularly $30, but at the Fair only $27.

While I am telling you about our discounts, UNFOROTTEN MARY MACK, CORNWALL’S FIRST LADY, by Ginette Guy will sell for $13, $2 off the regular price at the Fair.

Originally selling for $25 this history will be available for $10.

Remember for many of these books we only have one copy!

Ignore the price tag – this column will be on sale for $10.

1940 era postcard of Cornwall’s first Hotel Dieu on Water St. W., only $2.

We will also have a small selection of local postcards well  below ebay prices.

Watch this blog for more Fair specials!

Remember to visit the SD & G Historical Society’s table at Cornwall Square on Sat. Feb. 24th from 9 pm to 4 pm.  Also remember all purchases are cash only, we are a historical society credit cards didn’t exist when we were formed!

 

 


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