"Warren K Cook Clothes" advertising sign. Plastic plaque that is dark green and rectangular in shape. The company crest and trademarked logo are gold in colour. The crest depicts a phoniex and a shield decorated with geometric patterns. Beneath the shield, "QUALITY - STYLE - SERVICE". Underneath, "Warren K Cook Clothes" in a stylized, cursive font. The signiture is described as the "facsimile signature of Warren K. Cook" in the Canada Tradmarks Database. There are small holes in each corner of the plaque, likely from when it was attached to a wall.
The Holstein-Friesian Association of Canada Master - Breeder Plaque awarded to George M. Van Patter. XXXXXXTitle and logo with holstein cow and calf on metal mounted on wood. XXXName Plate, silver "-Won By- George M. Van Patter Aylmer Ontario" mounted lower, serparately.XXXXXXBack- XXXTop, Right- "1942" handwritten in black. XXXPlaque, Bottom, Centre - "Manufactuerd and Guaranteed by Roden Bros Ltd Toronto "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Daughter (his eldest child ) Marion Van Patter Johnston
Grandaughter ( Donor)- Donna M Johnston Schyff
Woodland Dairy, farmed south of Aylmer on Pan Patter Side Road, south of Aylmer Cemetery.
One of the first dairies to pasteurize separately
A hardcover mottled brown binder with blue gauze left edges on front and back covers held with a steel duo tang clip. There is an applied label on the front cover with scalloped corners and blue print saying Canadian National Railways - Mechanical Department TORONTO, then Locomotive Diagrams. There are three letters bound inside the front cover 1) dated Dec. 9th 57 2) St Thomas April 11, 1958 File No. 2805-31 3) St Thomas March 21, 1958 file No.2805-31. Just inside the first page is labelled "Locomotive Diagrams Index," with lists of Steam Locomotives listing in 5 sets of two row columns showing class/issue. Following the list is the diagrams showing the class of engines and appropriate statistics for each, the last six prints show various wrecking cranes with statistics and capacity. All prints show dates of build and builder when new
card stock paper
fair condition cover intact with some dirt marks, edges of cover show minimal wear on edges
Monopoly board game. The game is contained in its original cardboard box. The box is white, black and red. At the top, "MONOPOLY". Towards the bottom, "Manufactured in Canada by The Copp Clark Co., Limited - Under License From - Parker Brothers Inc. - Salem, Mass., New York, London". Illustrations of the "Monopoly Man" and two trains are in the center. Inside, fake coloured money, 4 dice, 8 characters, "chance" cards, "community chest" cards, "property" cards, and small green and red wooden blocks (representing houses and hotels).
Book 'The Big Painting Book, For Crayon or Water Colour' 1922. Yellow book, image on front and back cover is of grey elephant led by a clown. 'Christmas 1925 to Helen from Raymond and Emily' handwritten on cover.
Poor, both covers are detached with some loose pages inside the book.