"Honouring Ontario's Premiers: The Ontario Heritage Trust welcomes you to the unveiling of a marker commemorating the gravesite of The Honourable Mitchell Frederick Hepburn, Premier of Ontario, 1934-1942. Friday, October 1, 2010 at 1 pm, St. Thomas Cemetery, 67 West Avenue, St. Thomas". Invitation (jpg): ECVFB113F21c,d (English) and ECVFB113F21e,f (French). Programme (pdf): ECVF_B113_F21g (English) and ECVF_B113_F21h (French).
"The Ontario Heritage Trust and the North America Railway Hall of Fame cordially invite you to attend the unveiling of a provincial plaque commemorating the St. Thomas Canada Southern Railway Station, Friday, June 17, 2011, Canada Southern Railway Station, 750 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, Ontario". Image files ECVFB113F21a (English) and ECVFB113F21b (French).
Charles Phillips resided in Port Bruce and was the Reeve of Bayham Township,1962-1967 and Warden of Elgin County in 1962. He was a contestant for the Progressive Conservative nomination for the 1968 and 1972 federal elections.
-Calling card: "Sorry I missed you; there was no one home when I called. For help or information, contact campaign headquarters", ca. 1985 (4 copies).
-Pin: "I'm for Ron!", ca. 1985.
-Match book: "Re-elect McNeil, PC", ca. 1985 (2 copies).
-Bumper sticker: "Re-elect Ron McNeil", ca. 1985 (7 copies).
-"Familiar Style Wins the Day", and article regarding the Elgin Progressive Conservative Association's nomination meeting, in which Ron won the provincial nomination: St. Thomas Times-Journal, April 9, 1985.
-A political cartoon, June 19, 1985, regarding the fact that the PCs were defeated on a motion of no confidence introduced by Bob Rae.
A campaign pamphlet: "For You..For Elgin..Ron McNeil", 1985.
A campaign pamphlet: "For proven commitment and caring leadership, re-elect Ron McNeil" (4 copies), 1987.
-A campaign letter from the Elgin Progressive Conservative Association, 1987.
-a pocket calendar: "Re-Elect Ron McNeil for Elgin", 1987.
Materials relating to F.S. Thomas induction in the Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame, June, 2015. Includes application, career summaries prepared by Elgin County Archives and Elgin Federation of Agriculture, supporting letter signed by the Elgin County Warden, article published in St. Thomas Times-Journal March 13, 2015. Fletcher Stewart (Tommy) Thomas served as Elgin County Agricultural Representative for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, 1927-1945; Elgin MPP, 1945-1957; Ontario Minister of Public Works, 1951-1953; and Ontario Minister of Agriculture, 1953-1956.
Marion Albin "Al" Kahnt died on March 20th in his 94th year. He served many years as a Councillor for the Village of Dutton, and served as Reeve of Dutton from 1967 to 1976 and again from 1989 to 1991.
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An advertisement: "On November 8th, I would appreciate your support at the polls: Al Kahnt for Dutton Council", 1983.
A photocopy of an obituary for Albin Kahnt from the St. Thomas Times-Journal: March 22, 2014.
"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".