Photograph of a street scene with parked cars. Talbot Street, St. Thomas, looking east from William Street. W.L. Smalldon, Shoe Repair, 226 Talbot Street, is on the right. Sign for British American gasoline station visible on the northwest corner of Talbot and St. George Streets.
Down the Street to Yesterday Zone 6 (William to Queen).
Down the Street to Yesterday Zone 24 (New to St. George).
Landscape with creek, bridge, and line of coniferous trees. Photograph appears to have been taken from the present day intersection of Stanley, Margaret and Victoria Streets, St. Thomas, looking west toward the bridge across Kettle Creek immediately north of the intersection of Stanley Street and Sunset Drive, St. Thomas. The area once known as Spohn's Flats, now V.A. Barrie Park, appears to the north (right) of the creek.
Greeting card featuring the reproduction of a sketch of the exterior of the Elgin County Archives. Signature of artist in bottom left corner. Caption reads: "The Elgin County Court House ~ 1853, St. Thomas, Ontario."
Colour illustration of Wellington Street, St. Thomas in summer, with a line of trees. 3 copies of same postcard, one with St. Thomas postmark dated to July 2, 1909, and one to February 24, 1910. Two are addressed to a Miss Calitsa Singer of Iona Station, Ontario. The Elgin County Court House is visible.
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.