See a copy of Henry Findlay’s Diary at the Fairbanks Centre

We will be tweeting On this Day in History (OTDH) excerpts from Henry Findlay’s Diary. A copy of which is on display at the Fairbanks Centre.

Prologue from transcript.

Henry Findlay was employed as lock-keeper to the Inland Navigation Company and its successor the Lake and River Navigation Company until 1872.

From his journal, it is clear that not only was he lock-keeper, but he was also inclined plane operator, maintenance foreman, toll collector and clerk/administrator.

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