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BOOKS - Souvenir of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Commemorating OLD BOYS' REUNION at Cornwall August 11-15, 1906    
By The Freeholder (newspaper)
Originally published by The Freeholder, Cornwall, 1906
This hard cover reprint by MacDonald Research Centre, Brockville, 2004
The digital PDF edition by Global Heritage Press, Carleton Place, 2023

Hardcover......29.95 (C$)
pdf download.....16.95 (C$)
Link emailed within 1 business day
Licensed for personal use only

8.5" X 11"
This book is avery good quality reprint that was made from an original book that was owned by Wilfred Campbell, Rombough, U.E.. Duncan (Darby) MacDonald of The MacDonald Research Centre in Brockville Ontario carefully created a master and published this edition in 2004. These are new, uncirculated books.

The 1906 Old Boys' Reunion at Cornwall was beautifully commemorated in this fine publication which was professionally written and produced by the local newspaper. Historical sketches illustrated with dozens of photographs including arial views of the town, important and interesting buildings, places of interest, churches, schools, streetscapes, docks, sportsmen and sports teams, councils and officials, historic photos prior to 1906 "relics", veterans, Cornwall, Williamston, Maxville, Alexandria, Charlottenburg, Winchester, Iroquois, Chesterville and too many more to list here, military volunteers, residences, college staff, local companies/industry, merchants, teachers, lawyers, clergy, physicians, school boards, many individual residences with owners names.

    181 Pages
    8.5 X 11" landscape format
    Originally published by The Freeholder, Cornwall, 1906
    The facsimilie reprint by MacDonald Research Centre, Brockville, 2004
    ISBN: 1-894033-24-8 (casebound)
    The PDF editon prepared from the McDonald edition by Global Heritage Press, 2023
NOTE about print quality: acquired MacDonald Research Centre after the passing of its founder and primary transcriber/compiler, Duncan MacDonald. These casebound books were printed and bound by MacDonald Research Centre in 2004. Mr. MacDonald carefully removed any evidence of wear or damage from the 98 year old master prior to printing this edition.

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