"Mitchell F. Hepburn and the Liberal Party in the Provice of Ontario, 1937-1943, by Richard M. Alway. A thesis submitted in conformity with the regulations for the degree of Masters of Arts at the University of Toronto, 1965".
Eleven black-and-white negative photographs featuring Ron McNeil night, on October 27, 1983.
R13 S3 Sh6 B4 244a was published in the Rodney Mercury on October 27, 1984, with the caption: “Head table guests at Ron McNeil’s appreciation Night held last week in Aylmer, were: MP John Wise and Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Ross Harrison, MPP Ron McNeil, Mrs. Gordon Walker, MPP Gordon Walker and Mrs. VanBerbyst. Not shown in the picture are Mayor Roger VanBerbyst, Mayor Doug Terry of St. Thomas, Warden of Elgin Bud Marr, Mrs. Marr and YPC Ass’n. Pres. Donald Baker.”
R13 S3 Sh6 B4 244g was published in the Rodney Mercury on October 27, 1984, with the caption: “Vienna’s Reeve K. C. Emerson presented John and Ann Wise with a magazine rack and an umbrella stand in honour of their 25th wedding anniversary at Ron McNeil’s Appreciation Night in Aylmer, last week.”
R13 S3 Sh6 B4 244i was published in the Rodney Mercury on October 27, 1984, with the caption: “MPP Ron McNeil accepted a gift of a grandfather clock in honour of his 25 years as a member of the provincial parliament for Elgin. Presenting the gift is Elgin PC Ass’n. Pres. Ross Harrison.”
Recipients of Canada 88 certificates for service to the municipality beyond the call of duty, February 9, 1988. Published in the West Lorne Sun on February 11, 1988. Caption states: "Canada 88 certificates for service to the municipality beyond the call of duty, were presented to former reeves and clerk of Aldborough at Thursday's February council meeting. Seated are: former reeves George Barber, Duncan Gilchrist and Nelson Johnston. Back row: Keith Kelly and Lorne Carroll, former Clerk C.I. Black and former reeve John Hux".
Trudy Swain at the flea market in Grand Bend, September 1987. Published in the West Lorne Sun, September 17, 1987. Caption states: "Grand Bend's Pinery Flea Market involves Swain family members: Trudy Swain manages the jewellery concession in the main building".
Reception held June 26, 1981 at "Malahide Farms", R.R. # 1, Fingal, Ontario, the original homestead of Colonel Thomas Talbot, on the occasion of the visit of the Governor General of Canada to Elgin County. Left to right: John Ker (owner of the estate); Ken Monteith (Warden of Elgin County); Ed Schreyer (Governor General of Canada), Nancy Lashbrook and Harley Lashbrook (Reeve of West Lorne).
Nine black-and-white negative photographs featuring Pierre Trudeau's visit, on May 30, 1968.
W9 B5 165h was published in the West Lorne Sun on May 30, 1968, with the caption: "Prime Minister Trudeau and Harold Stafford were the key figures in Saturday's Liberal rally in St. Thomas, when the PM visited the city for half hour and addressed a large crowd in front of Mr. Stafford's headquarters on Talbot St. Prime Minister Trudeau holds a bouquet of mauve and white lilacs in his right hand while Mr. Stafford listens."
Two black-and-white negative photographs featuring a panel discussion at West Elgin Secondary School, featuring Wise, Stafford, and Wright, on October 19, 1972.
W9 B6 109a was published in the West Lorne Sun on October 19, 1972, with the caption: "Panel discussion on October 30th election issues was held Thursday night at the high school, sponsored by its Encounter Team. At left is panel composed of Ann Campbell, Rosemary McCallum and Jamie McLandress. Standing centre is moderator Mac McAlpine, and to the right Candidates Leroy Wright for the NDP; Conservative John Wise, and Liberal Harold Staffer."
Five black-and-white negative photographs featuring John Wise standing in front of the Mercury-Sun, on October 12, 1972.
W9 B6 110a was published in the West Lorne Sun on October 12, 1972, with the caption: "John Wise's supporters set up signs in front of the Mercury-Sun Tuesday evening, while local campaigners were calling on every house in the village and leaving campaign literature. A short musical program, plus fried cakes and coffee, were served the crowd, which Mr. Wise thanked for turning out. Immediately afterward the entourage left for West Lorne, where an identical program was held while canvassers blitzed the village."
Seven black-and-white negative photographs featuring Stafford's Liberal campaign in Rodney, on October 26, 1972.
W9 B6 122a was published in the West Lorne Sun on October 26, 1972, with the caption: "Butcher Les Welch felt Harold Stafford's firm grip Saturday afternoon when the Liberal incumbent was main streeting in Rodney and visited Garton & Welch's Red and White Store. Mr. Stafford shook many hands there and elsewhere while his team of supporters passed out Liberal tracts."
W9 B6 122f was published in the West Lorne Sun on October 26, 1972, with the caption: "Liberal incumbent Harold Staffrod and entourage arrived in Rodney's business section Saturday afternoon to do a little "main streeting." Here he is seen in front of Rodney's Liberal headquarters with its organizer Gerald rodrigue at front left. All other are youthful Stafford supporters from St. Thomas."
Five black-and-white negative photographs featuring Liberal Picnic, on July 26, 1973.
W9 B6 226 was published in the West Lorne Sun on July 26, 1973, with the caption: "Eddie sargent, Jack Spence and Fred Reinhardt were the key figures at a recent Liberal picnic at Port Glasgow Park. Mr. Sargant is the vocal member in the Legislature for Grey-Bruce and was the guest speaker at the picnic. Mr. Spence spoke briefly to his supporters and Mr. Reinhardt, President of the riding's Liberal Ass'n., was the master of ceremonies."
Four black-and-white negative photographs featuring P.C. candidate Don Luckham visiting West Lorne, on September 11, 1975.
W9 B7 129a was published in the West Lorne Sun on September 11, 1975, with the caption: "Susanne Todd, Bev. McFalls, and Clarence "Yogi" Shaw questioned PC Candidate Donald Luckham Wednesday night in West Lorne Arena, where he was introduced to about 50 West Elgin party workers."
W9 B7 129b was published in the West Lorne Sun on September 11, 1975, with the caption: "Progressive Conservative Candidate Donald Luckham of Ridgetown met some party faithfuls Wednesday night in West Lorne Arena, where he was introduced ad spoke. Donald's acquaintance of serveral years, Neil McPhail was there, as was Harold Howard, and MP John Wise attended to add moral support and spoke briefly as well."
Two black-and-white negative photographs featuring the Liberal candidates in the upcoming election, on August 16, 1964.
R12 S1 Sh5 B1 130 was published in the Rodney Mercury on August 26, 1964, with the caption: "Three Liberal Leadership Candidates attended Wednesday night's rally in Rodney's Agricultural Hall, where they enjoyed a chicken barbecue, met many people and spoke to them on their respective platforms if honored with the leadership of the party at the Sept. 17-19 cnvention. Left to right, they are: Eddie Sargent, M.P.P for Grey North and Mayor of Owen Sound; Andrew Thompson, M.P.P for Toronto-Dovercourt; Joseph J. Greene, federal member for Renfrew; John Stalker, vice-president of the Kent East Young Liberal Ass'n, who acted as master of ceremonies; Donald Paterson, M.P.P for Essex South; and Jack Spence, local member."