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They have the final say as to whether the object will be collected or not and after that, it gets put into my hands.

Each piece can tell more than one story Once you bring something into the Museum, we provide you with a temporary custody form that allows us to hold it until our Collections Committee meeting, which we generally have every month depending on how many artifacts we receive.

Once we have a number of artifacts, they’ll go before the Collections Committee who then compares the object’s provenance, so the history of it, it’s story and how it relates to the community and our collection’s criteria to make sure it fits with the collection and will help tell the story of the West Parry Sound District.

Originally from Brampton, Ontario, Amy Sultana has been a part of the Parry Sound community for the past two years.

Prior to making Parry Sound her home, she visited a cottage in the area for five years.

The more recent donation was items belonging to Dr.

Curry who was the first radiologist in the Parry Sound area.Through all the items in this gallery, you can learn about shipwrecks, the logging trade, the early days of northern life, and much more. The annual What’s New exhibit presents the latest additions to the Museum on Tower Hill’s permanent collection from the previous year.This year’s exhibit is a fascinating assortment of textiles, city plans and historically rich objects including a wooden shelf from a Maple Island log church dating back to the late 1880s.Sultana holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Wilfrid Laurier University. In the summer time we tend to get more donations, and I don’t know if that’s because of the weather or if it’s just a “spring cleaning” type of thing but donations do slow down towards the winter months.She is a graduate of Georgian College's Museum and Gallery Studies program and chose the Museum on Tower Hill for her internship and subsequent employment as Collection Technician because of how much she enjoys the history and atmosphere of Parry Sound. L last year and quite a bit of textiles, as well as a lot of material from cottages like house ware and fishing memorabilia. I tried to put as many of the objects out as I could and made sure that every donor had at least one item on display. Roy Smith Room is home to the Museum’s permanent collection and tells the story of Parry Sound.

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