Woodstock Museum Inc.

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Woodstock Museum Inc.

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  • Woodstock Museum Company

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1955 - Unknown


The Woodstock Museum Inc. was founded and incorporated under the New Brunswick Companies Act on December 8th, 1955 for “the purpose of establishing maintaining and conducting a museum for the education, benefit, use and convenience of the public, and to acquire by purchase, gift, bequest or otherwise a suitable building for housing historical records, archeological specimens and other antiquities and for the preservation of specimens of North American fauna and generally to offer and afford to the public all the uses, privileges, advantages and conveniences of a public museum.” The company’s head office was in Woodstock. The first president of the company was Fred Brown.


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