This museum in Carberry occupies a former sash and door factory owned and operated by James White. In 1939, White sold the building to J. H. Toby and W. B. McKay who operated a machine shop in it. It became a community museum in 1976 when local citizens, assisted by the Rural Municipality of North Cypress, took over the building.
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Wings of War Monument (Fourth Avenue, Carberry)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church / Petrel United Church / Petrel School No. 268 (Municipality of North Cypress-Langford)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: White House (510 Fourth Avenue, Carberry)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Carberry Plains Archives (115 Main Street, Carberry)
Historical Tour - Carberry, Manitoba by Rosemary Malaher
Manitoba History, Number 14, Autumn 1987
Carberry Plains Museum
“Historic building saved, shop becomes museum” by Penny Ham, Brandon Sun, 1 March 1977, page 8.
We thank George Penner for providing additional information used here.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 24 June 2023
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