Reproduction of a sketch of the Elgin County Courthouse exterior. Drawing is loose and somewhat stylized. Image is surrounded by a white border. Caption beneath image reads: "Court House, Elgin County, St. Thomas, Ontario -- 1898."
2_3638, and 2_3639 were published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on May 5, 1950, page one
4 negatives: plastic
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Protraits of the unvieling of two memorial plaques at the courthouse.
Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on May 5, 1950, page one: “Honor Memories of Two Elgin Natives at Ceremonies Here”
2_3638: “Mrs. George M. Wrong come to St. Thomas, Thursday, to unveil the bronze table erected in the Elgin Courthouse main hallway to honor memory of her husband, Professor G.M. Wrong, a native of Groversend, Eat Elgin. Beside her stands Professor Chester Martin, who succeeded Professor Wrong as head of the department of history, at the University of Toronto, a position professor Wrong held for 33 years. Professor Martin paid glowing tribute to his predecessor in this academic chair.”
2_3639: “Miss Margret Coyne, St. Thomas, unveiling the bronze tablet in honor of her father, the late Dr. James H. Coyne, erected in the main corridor of the Elgin County Courthouse by the Department of National Resources and Department for the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. Pressor Landon, Vice-President of the University of Western Ontario, who delivered the dedicatory address to Dr. Coyne, stands beside here.
2 copies of the same postcard with a tinted black and white photograph (?) of the exterior of Elgin County Court House. White border beneith image with caption reading "Court House, St. Thomas." On one, the St. Thomas postmark is dated to 1906 and addressed to a Mrs. John Wilson of Port Huron, Michegan. The other is addressed to a Miss Laurie Caruschan (?) of Niagera on the Lake, Ontario.
2 copies of a postcard with colour illustration of the exterior of Elgin County Court House. One features a St. Thomas postmark dated to February 17, 1910, and is addressed to Mr. Jas Gent (?) of Kingsmill, Ontario.
2 copies of postcard with colour illustration of the exterior of Elgin County Court House. Facade has a distinct yellow colour. One features a Hamilton postmark dated January 20, 1908, and is addressed to Miss Alice Gonchwark (?) of London, Ontario. The other has a Sparta postmark dated September 10, 1908, and is addressed to Miss Marion Ryekwan (?) of Chicago, Illinois. The residence of the governor of the Elgin County Jail is partially visible at right. The Elgin County Registry Office is partially visible at left.
Image of the exterior of Elgin County Court House against a white background with the caption "Court House, St. Thomas, Ontario." St. Thomas postmark dated to July 16, 1906. Addressed to Miss Maude Kennedy of Toronto, Ontario.