Model house has new home in Pontiac Museum

EMILY HSUEH
SHAWVILLE Nov. 26, 2020
A historical model house has found its new home as the newest permanent exhibit at the Pontiac Museum.
The house is a scale model created in the 1880s by Portage du Fort jeweller and watchmaker Joachim Sauvé. It was inherited by the builder’s son J.N.D. Sauvé, an Ottawa lawyer, and was later purchased at auction by Glen Robinson following the younger Sauvé’s death in 1979. It had been . . .

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