An announcement of the upcoming opening of the Canada Vitrified Products plant in St. Thomas, 1932: "The establishment of Canada'a Most Modern Plant for the manufacture of high-grade "triangle" Brand Vitrified Products: Sewer Pipe, Wall Copings, Flue Lining, Fire Brick, Multiple Duct Conduit, Glazed Brick and Tiile at St. Thomas, Ontario. Plant will start operating January 10, 1932. Enquiries given immediate attention. Canada Vitrified Products Limited, J.E. Rodger, President".
Times-Journal September 18, 1933, p. 10, c. 3: notice of demolition of the former home of Senator and Mrs. J.H. Wilson, 31 Elgin Street, St. Thomas to make way for the new site of the Charles A. Towers & Son Funeral Home.
Times-Journal May 23, 1934, p. 11, c. 1: article with photograph on the opening of the new Charles A. Towers & Son Funeral Home location at 31 Elgin Street, St. Thomas.
Photocopy of St. Thomas Times-Journal article, September 2, 1977: "Towers Funeral Home name now R.E. Allen Funeral Chapel".
Photocopy of Focus on Seniors article: "R.E. Allen Funeral Chapel changes hands", February 25, 2006.
File contains a blotter featuring a black and white photograph of Alma College, St. Thomas, Ontario. Number six in a series of blotters featuring St. Thomas public buildings, produced and distributed by Municipal World Limited, printers, binders and stationers, St. Thomas, Ontario.
A by-law regarding a contract allowing for the letting to St. Thomas Stamping and Enamelling Limited of the premises on Moore Street comprising part of lot 83, all of lots 84 and 85, and part of lot 86, all on the west side of Moore Street.