Studio portrait of First World War soldier Private Robert Horn, 123423.
Born November 6, 1889 at Glasgow, Scotland.
Enlisted September 8, 1915 at St. Thomas, Ontario.
At time of enlistment Horn named as his next of kin his mother, Mrs. Martha (?) Horn, 18 Taylor Street, Townhead, Glasgow, Scotland.
At time of enlistment Horn was single, employed as a clerk, was an active member of the 25th Regiment militia, and had six years experience in the Boys' Brigade.
Listed in Nominal Roll 91st Overseas Battalion: Stretcher Bearer. (Transf. from 70th Battalion, 6/11/15).
Listed in June 26, 1916 issue of the St. Thomas Daily Times as among the members of the 91st Battalion who deployed from St. Thomas on June 25, 1916.
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: "Son of A. and Marilla Horn. Enl. Sept. 1915. Served in Canada 70th and 91st Battalion; England 12th Reserve and Canadian Army Medical Corps; France Canadian Army Medical Corps. Disch. Apr. 1919".
See: Attestation Papers in Library and Archives Canada Collections - http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/military-heritage/first-world-war/first-world-war-1914-1918-cef/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=473465
A series of five black and white photographs, probably showing Mrs. Bertha Bruce, wife of A. MacINtyre Bruce, wholesale clothing supplier, residing at 76 Metcalfe Street, St. Thomas, modelling clothing for the Peter B. Buchanan ready-to-wear store, 426 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, ca. 1932.
Studio portrait, probably of either Fred Branton, salesman for the Neal Norris Bakery, St. Thomas, or John Branton, painter. Sons of Frederick and Edith Branton, 170 Wellington Street, St. Thomas, ca. 1932.
Two studio portraits of Mrs. Gladys Goodwin, neé Foster, wife of Harold N. Goodwin, co-proprietor (with Mrs. Mary E. Goodwin) of the Goodwin Furniture House, 456 Talbot Street, St. Thomas. Photo 20359a was taken of Mrs. Goodwin ca. 1930. Photo 20359b shows Mrs. Goodwin on the occassion of her wedding to Mr. H. Goodwin. The marriage of Harold N. Goodwin and Gladys Foster was announced in the St. Thomas Times-Journal, October 13, 1930, page 8, C2.
Studio portrait, possibly of Mrs. Maude Huntley, wife of H. Frank Huntley, 857 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, ca. 1934. H. Frank Huntley was proprietor of Huntley's Tobacconist store, 617 Talbot Street, St. Thomas.
Studio portrait, probably of Percy Spackman, Ford Sales and Service, and proprietor of Supertest Service Station, 287 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, residing with his wife, Grace K. Spackman, at 41 Queen Street, ca. 1934.