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The museum's "Dining Room" is also referred to as the "Glass Room" because of the number of glass display cases and the original stained glass windows. This room honors the community and displays paintings from local artists and many examples of local souvenirs and memorabilia.

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Since this room used to be a dining room, there are many examples of rare, decorative glassware.
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Handpainted china, a detail from the case. --
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The Museum has many works of local artist, Nonnie Caswell, 1897-1990.

goGallery of her paintings...

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Items from the International Lace Manufacturing Company of Gouverneur (1903-1944) are on display here in the dining room.

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Some of the favorite items in the collection are the vintige Gouverneur souvenirs and memorabilia.
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Parlor or Library Table, below, was made from wood salvaged from the
Aldrich house on Barney Street after a fire. It was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Storch

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Detail from the library table.

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