1_164 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on August 4, 1950, page one.
2 negatives: plastic
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Photographs of members of the Aldborough Township Coucil.
Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on August 4, 1950, page one: “Aldborough’s Great History.”
1_164: “The members of the Aldborough Township centennial year administration are picture above in a photograph takin in the council chamber of the community hall at Rodney. Left to right, around the table are: C.M. (Max) Lancaster, son of W.B. Lancaster, former warden of Elgin, township roads superintendent; Allan G. McLean, West Lorne Councillor; E.E. (Ed) Ashton, R.R. 2 Muirkirk, filling his third year as deputy reeve; Stuart Little, reeve of Aldborough, warden of Elgin in 1949, and a member of the township council since 1940; Charles Black, Rodney, Clerk of Aldborough; James W. Neil, councillor, who represents the Irish pioneer stock on the council and was members of the County Council in 1939; Fred W. Schmeltz, councillor, a direct descendent of one of the fine old German families which settled in Aldborough, early in the last century, and a member of the County Council from 1933 to 36 inclusive; and William S. Stalker, treasure of Aldborough, and on the County Council in 1920 and 1921.”