Huron County Museum & Historic Gaol
Huron County Museum & Historic GaolPublic Domain ArchiveGoderich, ON, Canada
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The Huron County Museum is a regional museum for the County of Huron, located in Goderich, Ontario, Canada. The Huron County Museum and Historic Gaol engage our community in preserving, sharing and celebrating Huron County. To make our Collection more accessible, the Huron County Museum has selected over 3000 artifacts and archival materials to be included in an online database. Explore the Huron County Museum’s Online Collection to discover examples of textiles, tools, personal items, furniture, photographs, documents, and many more artifacts and archival records held at the Museum. Stay tuned as more are added!

John Henry Marshall

Norman Miller

Royland Walter

Camp Borden

Camp Borden

Camp Borden

Carter Boys

The Cornish Brothers

Norman Miller

Max Clairmont

Private A. "Rolly" Rollinson

B Company Mobilizes

Fixter and Fingland

Hildebrand and Beattie

Blyth's Own

Exeter's Own

Allan Brindley, Harold Young, Lew Elliott, Unidentified

Jacob and Margaret Youngblut


Lorne W. Armstrong

Stretcher Bearers from the 161st Overseas Battalion

Members of C Company (Clinton)

Redfern Family

Goderich's Own, 161st Battalion C.E.F.

Wrecked, 1897

Do it now, date unknown

Portrait of Florence Sallows holding basketball, date unknown

Bathing in Lake Huron, Menesetung Park, July 1897

Little boy bottle feeding piglet, 1920

Late snowstorm, date unknown

Two young women and hats, date unknown

Goderich Harbour, 1924

Portrait of two children, 1892

Self-portrait of Reuben R. Sallows, date unknown

Lake Huron, Goderich, date unknown

Portrait of Mr. Matheson Hutchison, date unknown

Portrait of young man, date unknown

Portrait of William Marlton, date unknown

Portrait of woman, date unknown

Portrait of Mr. R. S. Williams, date unknown

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Contact the Huron County Museum to request further information, view items in person, or donate additional pieces to the Collection. The online collections tool is meant as a guide for researchers and those interested in the collection. A visit to the Huron County Museum is recommended to view original artifacts and for more extensive research.