A scanned copy of a photograph of the Dutton High School Sr. W.O.S.S.A. Hockey Team, 1928-1929. Also included in the file is an email from the person who emailed the scanned photograph to the Archives.
Scanned copies of historical photographs relating to the Cronk & Rusling shoe store in Aylmer. Created in 2021. Also included in the file is notes from Don Gunstone, who mailed the documents to the Archives.
An essay on the history of farms and families in the area of Bayham Concession 10. Written by Duane Duff of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, and sent to the Elgin County Archives in October 2020.
The essay primarily discusses the Firby farm, which was the second farm on the south side of Bayham Concession 10 (now Best Line) west of Corinth. This was later the farm where Duane Duff grew up. The essay discusses the history of the land, the Firby family, and neighbouring families. It also mentions the following people and subjects: Dan Floto, Jerry McKenney, Wilfred Travis, the tile and brick yard that Jackson Firby owned, the Orvis Babcock family, the Charlie Jennings family, a swimming hole called Jerry Creek, the Firby Cemetery, the Corinth School Reunion in 1995, Margaret Ronson, Andy Ronson, Olive Jennings, and Harold Summers.
An essay on the Class of 1919 from Corinth Public School. Written by Duane Duff of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, and sent to the Elgin County Archives in October 2020.
The essay provides memories as recollected by Duane Duff, in regard to the following students and members of their families: Reta Foster, Stella Cook, Violet Turnbull, Ethel Kilmer, Muriel Floto, Leon Gable, Howard Anderson, Mildred Hall, and Erie Amoss.
An essay on Corinth, Bayham Township, in the 1940s. Written by Duane Duff of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, and sent to the Elgin County Archives in February 2020.
The sections include descriptions of the various intersections of Corinth, and what buildings and other landmarks are found there. Also, there is a section on the telephone system at the time (party lines).
An essay on cheese factories at Corinth, Bayham Township. Written by Duane Duff of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, in June 2019.
The first factory that is described was a cheese factory located west of the Corinth School on the southeast corner of the Eden Line and Springer Hill Road intersection, in Bayham Township. It was managed by Dan Floto.
The second factory that is described was located in Corinth. It was owned by the local farmers in an organization like a co-op until about 1942, when Don Murphy purchased it.
The Nimmo family lived for a time in Fingal, Southwold Township, in the 1870s. Most likely, Thomas Nimmo, a machinist, worked for Macpherson, Glasgow and Company, a highly successful foundry located in Fingal.
This book was donated by the author, Barbara L. Hunter, in August 2018.
"Cultural Heritage Evaluation Report: Bayham Drive Bridge, MTO Site 20-0047 (Lot 22, Concession 10, Geographic Township of Bayham), Municipality of Bayham, County of Elgin, Ontario". Prepared for Spriet Associates London Limited.