Treasures of the past

About 50 people toured the new Canton historian’s office at 7 W. Main St. on the evening of Jan. 17. Tom Graser/Watertown Daily Times

The former office of Canton historian Linda A. Casserly looked like a movie set.

Those who had the privilege to visit there or glanced at it through the second-story window of the Canton Municipal Building might know what we mean. It was one of those places that looked like it predated the building surrounding it, as though the building was built around the historian’s office. How else could that canoe on the wall have gotten there?

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