Two architectural drawings showing exterior elevations and interior floor plans for a dwelling situated at 42747 Southdale Line, St. Thomas, Ontario (Central Elgin). Created by E.F. Karn on July 19, 1948 and is titled "Frame Cottage For C. Mellor".
Legal description for the property is PT LT 40, Plan 263 Yarmouth as in E41014; Central Elgin.
Press releases and background information circular regarding the divestiture of the Port Stanley Harbour lands from the Government of Canada and transfer of ownership of the lands to the Municipality of Central Elgin, September 8, 2010.
1_1841 and 1_1842 were published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 2, 1948, page twelve.
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Photographs of members of Elgin County Junior Institutes and the Elgin County Girls' Homemaking Club.
Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "News of Women's Activities: Will Represent Elgin at C.N.E.: Central Elgin Homekaing Club Demonstration Team Chosen."
"At Homemaking Club's Achievement Day."
1_1841: "Certificates representing County Honors were presented during the Elgin County Girls' Homemaking Clubs Achievement Day at the Vocational School on Thursday to six girls who have completed six Homemaking Club units. Studying one of the certificates are, from left to right: Gladys Bennett, of Cowal; Margaret Little, of Cowal; Catherine Lyle, of Middlemarch; Robbin Futcher, of Middlemarch; Yvonne Patterson, of Cowal; and Margaret McTavish, of Cowal. Most of the girsts are wearing dresses which they made themselves."
1_1842: "From left to right: Miss Wilma Rollins, of Aylmer, secretary of the Elgin County Junior Institutes; Miss F. P. Eadie, of Toronto, provincal director of girls' work in the Institutes Branch of the Ontario Department of Agriculture; Miss Jean Scott, of St. Thomas, Elgin County home economist; Mrs. Albert Auckland, R.R.7, of the Elgin County Junior Institutes executive."