Postcard with an image of the Mapleton Grist Mill c. 1905. Men and children seen in front of a barn with horses and a wagon. Reverse addressed to Mrs. U. W. Smith, London. Postmarked at Mapleton December 1, 1908. Message, "Mapleton, December 1, 1908. Dear sister, I received your letter some time ago. I am sorry I did not yet it answered before but will try and send you a letter this week. Do you know the man with the team. Love to all. Leona"
Postcard with an image of 6 horses pulling a plough. Man sitting on the plough. Postcard titled "Ploughing, Near Wetaskiwin Alta." Reverse addressed to R.J. Ferguson. Postmarked June 5, 1911. Message, "June 5, 1911. Dear Son & Daughter. We arrived yesterday after noon [???] the purpose of seeing young Adell (...)" [remaining message is difficult to read].
Lewis F. Clarke was a photographer in Aylmer from 1902-1917
Photograph of a barn raising. In the photograph there is a large group of men and women sitting on the frame of the barn. Reverse states, "Uncle Mike McKnights farm raising Friday July 19, 1912. Where Marshall lived later in 4th concession." Photograph taken by The Clarke Studios, Aylmer
Photograph of the Aylmer Farmers Night in 1968. In the photograph three men are standing in suits looking at one another. The Aylmer Rotary Club ran the Farmers Banquet which was held the first Friday in December for farmers from the surrounding community. The Farmers Banquet ran from 1934 until 1997.
Photograph of two men working on farm equipment with "Massey-Harris No.4" printed on it. The photograph was taken in a grain field. On the reverse is handwritten, "oiling up before hitching up. John Sweet Sr. and John Vandenburg (Hollander) helping on farm on shares".
Photograph of a large barn and silo. A sign on the barn reads, "Aylmer World famous Canadian Foods Canadian Canners Limited." There are two ramps leading into the barn and a metal fence in the foregound.
Photograph of a man, identified as Frank Graves shearing a sheep, another man holding a lamb, and three other people looking on. Handwritten on the reverse, "Harvey holding lamb, Jean, Jimmie, Hazel looking on. Frank Graves shearing sheep.