Avonbank Cheese Factory Workers
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- The Avonbank cheese factory was built in the spring of 1873 after Mr. John Clyne made a proposal to Avonbank farmers to build and operate the factory. After some financial troubles, Clyne sold the equipment and plant to local farmers; 1980 marked the beginning of the Avonbank Cheese & Butter Manufacturing Company. This image depicts a group of people standing outside the plant.
- Condition: Some discolouration and dust specks.
Width: 1747 px
Height: 1094 px
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- St. Marys Museum Photo Collection
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- "Avonbank Cheese Factory Workers" St. Marys Museum, 3069ph.
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