McCord Museum

The McCord Museum is a museum located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Museum's mission is to be a keeper of heritage and a center of research and education dedicated to the preservation, study, diffusion and knowledge of Canadian history. It was established by David Ross McCord in 1921, based on the donation of his collection of objects related to Canadian history, and had as its first home a building owned by McGill University. It moved to its present location on Sherbrooke Avenue in downtown Montreal in 1971. After more than sixty years of management by the university, it became autonomous in 1988. It underwent a significant expansion and reopened in 1992. Its diversified compilation holds ethnological and archaeological objects, more specific objects of Amerindian origin. It also contains many costumes and textiles and a section devoted to paintings, drawings and prints. There is also a collection of decorative art objects.

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