St. Thomas Times-Journal fonds - Historical Photographs of St. Thomas file
1 photograph : b&w ; 9 x 14.5 cm
Scope and Content
Aerial view of Port Stanley, ca. 1930. Photo by Frank H. Leslie. Retained for reference by the St. Thomas Times-Journal. View includes the London & Port Stanley Railway tracks, with trains travelling in opposite directions visible; the London & Port Stanley Railway Dance Pavilion (later the Stork Club), with a water taxi or ferry boat parked at its dock extended out into Lake Erie; the London & Port Stanley Railway Cafeteria (with visible sign); the London & Port Stanley Railway Bath House; the Port Stanley boardwalk; Hopkins Casino; the west breakwater (pier; partially visible); a baseball diamond with a game in progress; a ferris wheel and carousel; and large mounds of what appears to be coal lining the west side of the harbour.
File includes photograph print (corresponding b&w plastic negative is missing).
For a postcard made from this image see Robert Moore Postcard Collection C6 Sh6 B3 F1 41.
Framed black and white photograph showing the Elgin Golf and Country Club ladies' group sitting on the verranda of the Club House. Members of the Ladies' Group are identified as follows:
Front row, left to right: Mrs. W.H.King, Mrs. James Carrie, Mrs. (Dr.) Burns, unidentified, Mrs. (Dr.) J.D. Curtis, Mrs. Fessant, unidentified, Mabel Burns, unidentified, unidentified, Lila Moore, Miss E. Tate, Miss K. Gilbert, unidentified, Miss G. Gilbert;
Back row, left to right: unidentified, Mrs. W. Murch, Mrs. Atkin, Mrs. E.S. Anderson, unidentified, Mrs. Idsardi, Mrs. Leacock, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. C. Baldwin, Mrs. R.M. Anderson, Mrs. K.W. McKay, Mrs. Sydney Silcox, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Mrs. (Dr.) McLarty, Minnie McLarty, Miss Bella Rowe, unidentified, unidentified.
On steps: unidentified
File contains a copy of the Fall 1998 edition of Tee to Green Golf Magazine. Issue contains an article with photographs (pp. 6-7) concerning Donald Hume Anderson's participation in the British Amateur Golf Championship, 1933.