CA ON00156 2014-58
- c.1970-1990 (Creation)
Level of description
Extent and medium
Name of creator
Henry Corby opened a distillery on the banks of the Moira river north of Belleville in around 1859. The operation ran under a variety of owners until the site was closed down in 1989.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Donated by William Dack in September 2014.
Content and structure area
Scope and content
Promotional materials relating to Corby's Distillery in Corbyville, Ontario, collected by William Dack:
1) "A Proud Canadian" sticker
2) Postcard of a boy fishing in the Moira river next to the distillery buildings at Corbyville
3) Card advertising tours of the J.P. Wiser Distillery at Corbyville
4) Six notecards with pen and ink drawings of buildings at the distillery site in Corbyville by Poul Thrane