Consaul-Hall Company business display including items from the business as well a pictures.
Railroad display which includes items such as tickets and schedules as well as pictures and brochures.
Clayton School display with items and photos from the original Clayton High School as well as many items from Clayton Central School.
Display with many pictures of muskies and other various fish caught over the years located in the front window.
A ‘Then & Now” display showing pictures of 5 buildings as they once were and pictures of how they look now – display includes names of all businesses that have been in buildings.
Display of Native American artifacts collected on Grindstone Island in the 1930s.
A sitting room which includes treadle sewing machine, cabinet with women’s accessories and Edison Phonograph.
A Military Display dating from the Civil War to Operation Iraqi Freedom – includes original Civil War documents. The Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to Clayton resident, Joseph Lonsway, during the Civil War is part of the display
911 Display Including a piece of steel from the Twin Towers
One Room Schoolhouse
Display put together by the Clayton Diving Club which includes artifacts and pictures of boats as well as underwater pictures of shipwrecks.
A Country Kitchen
Frontenac Hotel and Calumet Island Display, both were owned by Charles G. Emery. Display includes artifacts as well as pictures.
Horse Racing on Ice
Alpheus Keech – Paintings & Paddles
St. Lawrence Skiff
Frink Sno-Plows display including salesman model of “V” plow which was invented by Carl Frink
Upright Steinway piano ordered by Mrs. Emery for her husband for their summer home, Calumet Castle with mirror hanging over piano that once graced the castle.
Display of tools used by Turgeon family who were local boat builders – wood working tools from 1800s and early 1900s
Indian basket display which includes baskets made by John Bush, a Mohawk Indian who was an early settler in Clayton. Display also includes Bush’s basket making tools and supplies