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Fulford Place

Fulford Place

Photos by Alan L Brown - Posted July, 2009

Fulford Place

Plaque Location

The United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
The City of Brockville
At the right side of the house
1.4 km east of the downtown intersection of
King Street East and Court House Avenue

Coordinates: N 44 35.878 W 75 40.253


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Plaque Text

Built in 1899-1900, this eclectic mansion evokes the opulent lifestyle of Canada's industrial elite at the turn of the century. Designed by American architect A.W. Fuller, it was the spacious residence of Senator George T. Fulford (1852-1905), who made his fortune in patent medicines. The remarkable fine period interior includes most of the original furniture, fixtures, dinnerware, linens, and objets d'art. The grounds, of which significant elements survive, were landscaped by the prestigious Olmsted Brother's firm.

Another plaque at this location
Senator George T. Fulford



Brockville Plaques

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