Wallacetown Women's Institute fonds - Tweedsmuir History series
4 photographs : col.
Scope and Content
Four colour photographs of a visit by the Wallacetown W.I. and their husbands to the Elgin County Museum on October 6, 2011 to see the Elgin County Industry exhibit, included in the Wallacetown Women's Institute Tweedsmuir History, Volume Nine, pages 188 to 190:
Don Lackey, left, and Mike Baker, curator of the Elgin County Museum, holding a flour sack that was used to send flower to Belgium during the First World War [188a];
Pat Waite, left, and Bill McLandress with a Black Hawk corn sheller, ca. 1900, made by Erie Iron Woks [188b];
A display of wheat from Wheat Flour Mills, Dutton ;
Mary Gillet with the Black Hawk corn sheller ;
Exterior view of the Municipal World building, St. Thomas, ca. 1932, located on the south side of Talbot Street between Metcalfe and Elgin Streets, opposite East Street. In the bottom floor windows, respectively at left and right, can be seen signs for W. Scott McKay, barrister and Cameron & Grant, barristers. At far left, the St. Thomas Storage Battery Co. store is visible.
Down the Street to Yesterday Zone 8 (Metcalfe to Elgin).