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McCormick Accident

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 5, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3456
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3457
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3458
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3459
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3460
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3461
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
Item Number
50-631 (2_3456)
50-632 (2_3457)
50-633 (2_3458)
50-634 (2_3459)
50-635 (2_3460)
50-636 (2_3461)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3456
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3457
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3458
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3459
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3460
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3461
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 5, 1950
Publication
2_3461 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 6, 1950, page one
Physical Description
6 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the McCormick Accident on Woodworth Ave. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 6, 1950, page one: “Two Are Injured When Motor Vehicle Stuck by Train.” 2_3461: “Contractor’s truck flopped over on its side.
Name Access
St. Thomas (Ont.)
Subject Access
Accidents
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_234
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Accident in Iona

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 7, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
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M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3462
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3463
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3464
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3465
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3466
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3467
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-642 (2_3462)
50-643 (2_3463)
50-644 (2_3464)
50-645 (2_3465)
50-646 (2_3466)
50-647 (2_3467)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3462
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3463
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3464
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3465
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3466
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3467
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 7, 1950
Publication
2_3463 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page one
Physical Description
6 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of a two car accident on No. 3 Highway west of Iona. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page one: “Crash on No. 3 Highway Puts Four Americans in Hospital.” 2_3463: “Four persons, occupants of two United States Cars, were injured when the machines crashed head-on just west of Iona on No. 3 Highway on Good Friday. All are in the Memorial Hospital. They are in serious condition.”
Name Access
Iona (Ont.)
Subject Access
Accidents
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Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_235
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Cottage in Port Stanley - Erosion.

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 6, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
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M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3468
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3469
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3470
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-639 (2_3468)
50-640 (2_3469)
50-641 (2_3470)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3468
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3469
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3470
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 6, 1950
Publication
2_3469 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page twelve
Physical Description
3 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of a cottage in Port Stanley effected by erosion. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page twelve: “Lake Erie Erosion Forces Sale Orchard Beach Cottage.” 2_3469: “Graphic evidence of the costly erosion that has been occurring for years long the Orchard Beach lakefront at Port Stanley is provide in the above photograph, showing the front of the Hansen cottage immediately west of Alma Villa, hanging over the 30-foot embankment. In consequence of the serious erosion this spring, Nicholas Hansen of Detroit, owner of the property, has had to sell the cottage for dismantling. It was moved back about 90 feet a few years ago, but now the front of the building is over the embankment. Clifford Gillard of Port Stanley is said to have purchased the cottage for dismantling. At one time this attractive summer dwelling has a very side expanse of lawn in from od it. In fact at one time, a public roadway ran along the top of the embankment, in front of this and other residential property. This cottage was built by John Campbell, of the Campbell Milling Company, St. Thomas, and subsequently was acquired by A. M. Dillon, of London Ont. The fresh erosion which recently occurred has endangered the Alma Villa, operating by the Grand Central Hotel, St. Thomas, and a contract has been let for the placing of additional rubble along the crumpling embankment in an effort to prevent further encroachment. Port Stanley municipal authorities, wit the co-operation of St. Thomas, London, and Elgin County, are asking for the building of a large seawall outside of the Port Stanley harbor as a means of protecting Orchard Beach as well as stopping the dangerous harbor surge. Construction of jetties along the Orchard Beach front is also favored.”
Name Access
Port Stanley (Ont.)
Subject Access
Erosion
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_236
Images

St. Thomas Youth Choir

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 7, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3471
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3472
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3473
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-648 (2_3471)
50-649 (2_3472)
50-650 (2_3473)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3471
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3472
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3473
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 7, 1950
Publication
2_3472 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page one
Physical Description
3 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of members of the St. Thomas Youth Choir. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page one: “St. Thomas Youth Choir is Making a Name for Itself.” 2_3472: “The St. Thomas Youth Choir originally known as the Alma Street Presbyterian Young People’s Choir, is today considered one of the leading musical organization in Western Ontario. As a Y.P.S. choir under the leadership of Mrs. J.K. West and with Miss Frances Davey as pianist it won many honors in the district. Broadening out to take in other young St. Thomas singers and under the direction of Arnold bates, with Mrs. Bates as pianist, the choir is gaining further honors. Sunday morning form 11 to 11:30 o’clock the choir is being heard in a broadcast over C.B.C. networks through the facilities of CHLO. St. Thomas. The program will consist of choruses and solos by Mr. Peter Paul and Miss Bessie Darwen. Photographed for the Times-Journal on Friday afternoon, the members of the choir are as follows: Front row (left to right): Arnold Bates (director), June Smith, Joan Sutherland, Roselyn Brookes, Dorothy Paul, Mary Carmichael, Anne West, Marlene Williams, Ruby Connor, Bessie Darwen, Pat Winter, Elaine Hitch, Margie Gilbert, Mrs. Bates (pianist.) Second row – Nancy Simpson, Marilyn Van Koughnett, Mary Thompson, Miriam Smith, Fran Davey, Helen Pritchard, Myrna Burgess, Betty Mills, Shirley Stevens, Keith West, Donna Van Koughnett. Third row – Don Jackson, Ron Bell, Bud Davis, Bob Hubert, Ron Medlyn, Jack Jacques. Fourth row – Alan Jordan, Jim Carmichael, Mack Laing, Peter Paul, John Luft, Don Plowright, Gord Stacey, Billie Holt.”
Name Access
St. Thomas Youth Choir
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_237
Images

Kennedy Children Easter Pictures.

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 5, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3474
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3475
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3476
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-628 (2_3474)
50-689 (2_3475)
50-630 (2_3476)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3474
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3475
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3476
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 5, 1950
Publication
2_3476 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page one
Physical Description
3 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Kennedy Children. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 8, 1950, page twenty-four: “Happy Family of Five Sisters.” 2_3476: “Ready for Easter and for spring is this happy family photographed on the steps of their home. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Kennedy, 65 Gladstone avenue. That these five young sisters, from elven-year-old Ann to three-year-old “Cathy,” have many friends in their neighborhood, at school and at church and Sunday School, goes with out saying in view of their cheerful smiles, which are everyday wear. From the top step down, they are: Ann, Judy (right), Nancy (left) Mary (right) and Catherine.”
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_238
Images
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 9, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
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M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3477
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3478
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3479
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3480
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3481
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3482
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3483
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3484
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3485
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3486
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-660 (2_3477)
50-661 (2_3478)
50-662 (2_3479)
50-663 (2_3480)
50-664 (2_3481)
50-665 (2_3482)
50-666 (2_3483)
50-667 (2_3484)
50-668 (2_3485)
50-669 (2_3486)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3477
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3478
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3479
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3480
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3481
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3482
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3483
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3484
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3485
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3486
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 9, 1950
Publication
2_3478, 2_3479, 2_3480, 2_3483, and 2_3484 were published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 10, 1950, page one
Physical Description
10 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Easter Parade. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 10, 1950, page one: “Times-Journal Photographer Snaps Easter Paraders in St. Thomas.” 2_3480: “Sunshine, and lots of it, was in evidence on Sunday afternoon and local Easter paraders took advantage of the opportunity to stroll up and down the “the avenue” in their new finery. The weatherman who on Saturday warned “sunny, but very cold” for the big day, was only half-right fortunately, and, though a chill breeze could be felt later in the afternoon, from two o’clock to four weather conditions were just right for strolling. Of course the most eye-catching item worn by feminine paraders were the Easter bonnets. Of every size, color and shape, they dominated the fashion picture, with their pretty ribbons and floral trim. Men, modestly sporting new ties, were only background for the women, although a few new suits peeked out from under last year’s coats. Miss Margaret Hardy, of Toronto, visiting at the home of her parents, was “snapped” by the photographer and looked very smart in her lovely pink shortie coat and matching feathered cloche.” 2_3478: “A Detroit visitor in the city, Mrs. Irene Montgomery heeded the weatherman’s advice and, along with many other Easter paraders, wore a fur coat over her new Easter dress, which was a lovely deep red shade.” 2_3483: “Serious, petite Arlene Mortin, of Toronto, visiting in St. Thomas apparently follows the lasts style notices and is seen above wearing a navy and white outfit, very definitely “Easter 1950.” 2_3484: “Mrs. Donald Smith, another pretty “avenue stroller” on Sunday afternoon, added a colorful touch to the fashion parade with her lemon yellow shortie coat, navy blue bonnet and bag.” 2_3479: “William Beatie, who resided in Scott street, smiles engagingly for the photographer, before going for a ride. He is especially happy this Easter as he is wearing his first pair of long pants topped with a wine, brass-buttoned jacket.”
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_239
Images

Machinists' Banquet

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 11, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3487
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3488
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-687 (2_3487)
50-688 (2_3488)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3487
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3488
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 11, 1950
Publication
2_3488 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 12, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of members of the International Association of Machinists. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 12, 1950, page one: “Three Retired Machinists Receive Pensioner’s Gifts.” 2_3488:” Three veteran members of the International Association of Machinists, Local 294, were honored here last evening at the annual banquet at the Masonic Auditorium with the presentation of pensioner’s gifts to them and their wives. These three, all of whom have retired during the past year, are pictured above, with G.P Schollie, of Montreal, Canadian vice-president of the I.A.M. who was principal speaker at the banquet. They are, left to right, James Gall, John Spry, Mrs. Schollie, and Albert E. Lynes.”
Name Access
International Association of Machinists
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_240
Images

Y.M.C.A Gym Display.

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 11, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3489
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3490
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3491
Other Title Info
Note: This photograph depicts a Y.M.C.A display with individuals showing racist caricatures and stereotypes that are no longer appropriate today. The image was scanned into our public database to ensure that attitudes and viewpoints of this time are not erased from the historical record.
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-684 (2_3489)
50-685 (2_3490)
50-686 (2_3491)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3489
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3490
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3491
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 11, 1950
Publication
2_3491 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 12, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
3 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of members of the Y.M.C.A Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 12, 1950, page one: “Y.M.C.A. Boys Show Gymnastic Skill.” 2_3491: “Why is a “Y”? There are some of the 100 members of the boys’ classes of the local Y.M.C.A., who on Monday and Tuesday of this week have tired to give one answer in a physical display that has been held in the local gymnasium as an Easter holiday week feature. The display was a review of the work that hey have been taught during the past winter season and included calisthenics, drills, tumbling, work on the apparatus, and other features, among them Indian pow-wows and dances in costumes the boys made for themselves. One of the features of the event on Tuesday night was an exhibition of advanced apparatus work, given by a group of young men from the London Y.M.C.A. The entire affair was arranged and promoted by George C. Walker, of the Y.M.C.A. staff, who is seen in the above picture at the rear, toward the centre.”
Name Access
Y.M.C.A.
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_241
Images

Ninety First Battalion Reunion.

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 14/16, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3492
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3493
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3494
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-704 (2_3492)
50-705 (2_3493)
50-707 (2_3494)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3492
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3493
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3494
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 14/16, 1950
Publication
2_3492 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page one.
2_3493 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page nine.
2_3494 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 17, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
3 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of members of the 91st Battalion. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page one: “Prominent People at 91st Battalion Reunion Banquet.” 2_3492: “Rev. A.J. Manley, Mrs. Manley, Col. W.J. Green, and Rev. Father Wilfred O’Rourke, pictured above left to right, were principals at the reunion banquet of the 91st Battalion Association here last evening. Mr. Manley and Father O’Rourke, both now residing in London, addressed the large gathering of 91st veteran at the Legion Hall, both being veterans themselves. Mr. Manley is chaplain at Westminster Hospital and father O’Rourke recently moved to London from West Lorne and Port Lambton to take charge of St. Mary’s Parish. Col. Green presided as chairman for the after-dinner program, having been the officer commanding the 91st Battalion from the time it was recruited here in 1915 until it was broken up after proceeding overseas to reinforce other units of the C.E.F., and one of the most active members of the association during the 33 years of its existence.” Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page nine: “Committeemen Veterans Promote Successful Reunion of 91st Battalion.” 2_3493: “All the men in the above group photograph are taking prominent parts in this year’s reunion of the 91st Battalion. In the picture taken last evening at the reunion banquet at the Legion Hall, are, front row, left to right: Stan Swift, R. Millard, W.S. Vine, William Stokes (president), Lt-Col. W.J. Green, A. J. Mildren and Harry Marshall; back row, Walter Neville, Bill Robinson, Jack Sullivan, Lt-Col. W.A. Andrews, V.D., Roy Palmerston, Frank Grey (Simcoe) Max Morris, Harry Welch and Jack Allen.” Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 17, 1950, page one: “Veteran of Gallant 91st Battalion on Parade.” 2_3494: “Reduced in numbers but still marching with erect bearing, members of the 91st Battalion (Elgin’s Own) of the First World War are shown in the above picture as they passed the city hall Sunday morning on their way from the Legion hall to Trinity Church for divine service held in connection with their annual reunion in St. Thomas. Leading the parade are shown (right) Alderman William Stokes, president of the 91st Battalion Association, a veteran of the South African and the First World War, and Lieut.-Colonel Warren Andrews, who went overseas with the 91st. They were later joined by Lt.-Colonel W.J. Green, also a veteran of the two wars, who recruited and took the 91st overseas and Colonel D. E. Gerrard, who served with the 91st and other united in the 1914-18 war.”
Name Access
91st Battalion
Subject Access
Reunions
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_242
Images

Canada Iron Foundry Safety Banquet.

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives195483
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 14, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3495
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3496
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-708 (2_3495)
50-709 (2_3496)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3495
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3496
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 14, 1950
Publication
2_3495 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of attendees to the Canada Iron Foundry Safety Banquet. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page one: “C.I.F. Officials at Large Gathering Here.” 2_3495: “Prominent on the toast list at the annual of the St. Thomas Division of Canada Iron Foundries Limited, Friday evening in the Grand Central Hotel, were, left to right: F.S. Thomas, Legislative presentative for Elgin; W.C. Perrot, Montreal, manager of manufacturing with Canada Iron Foundries; J.H. Dougherty, Montreal, vice-president of Canada Iron Foundries, in charge of sales; C.S> (stan) Gilbert, superintendent of the St .Thomas plant, who was chairman of toastmaster and official host; E.E. Ritcey, Toronto, director of Canada Iron Foundries, and vice-president of the Dominion Wheel and Foundry Company, Ltd.; and C.O. (Ike) Flowers, superintendent of the Hamilton plant, which was the C.I.F. Shield for low accident frequency in 1949. Mr. Flowers was formerly on the St. Thomas staff, going to Hamilton seven years ago. W.J. Langston, president of Canada Iron Foundries, was to have attended the function but Mr. Dougherty regretted his inability to be there, He is remaining in Florida for a period because of poor health.”
Name Access
Canada Iron Foundries Limited
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_243
Images

Knox Chruch Manse Open House.

https://inmagic.elgin.ca/en/permalink/archives195486
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 12, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3497
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3498
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-689 (2_3497)
50-690 (2_3498)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3497
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3498
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 12, 1950
Publication
2_3497 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page twenty.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Knox Church Manse Open House. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 15, 1950, page twenty: “Hold “open House” in New Knox Presbyterian Church Manse.” 2_3497: “Rev. H.S. Roney and Mrs. Rodney welcomed nearly five hundred guests at their new home on Wednesday afternoon and evening of this week, when they held ‘open house’ at the manse. The attractive residence at 100 Hinks street, recently purchased by Knox Presbyterian Church. The big reception, attended by friends of many other denomination in the city as well as by the men and women of Knox Church congregation, as sponsored by the Ladies’ Aid of the church. The photograph shows Mrs. Rodney, Mr. Rodney and Mrs. T. Cornish, president of the Ladies’ Air, receiving at the opening of the function the two general conveners, Mrs. W.A. McPherson (shaking hands with Mrs. Rodney) and Miss Isabel Paisley.”
Name Access
Knox Presbyterian Church
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_244
Images

Bandmasters Annual Meeting.

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Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 16, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3499
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3500
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-738 (2_3499)
50-739 (2_3500)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3499
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3500
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 16, 1950
Publication
2_3499 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 17, 1950, page three.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of members of the Canadian Bugle and Trumpet Bands Association. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 17, 1950, page three: “Bandsmen Formulate New Polices.” 2_3499: “The Elgin Regiment Trumpet Band was host Sunday afternoon to the quarterly meeting of the Canadian Bugle and Trumpet Bands Association, held at the Wilson Avenue armory and attended by about 60 representatives of bands from many cities throughout southern Ontario. Business covered during the all-afternoon session included formulation of a new basis for competition at the Waterloo Music Festival this summer, Prof. C.F. Thiele, organizer of the festival, being present from Waterloo to offer his guidance. Also formulated was the policy under which other musical events of he coming season will be conducted, particularly as it applies to completion between bugle and trumpet bands at tattoos and festivals. Prominent among those present at the meeting were, left to right above: Roy Manning, Toronto, first vice-president: James Jackson, Toronto, second vice-president, Clarence Chessel, Toronto, secretary; Lorne Kelterborn, Toronto, president; A.B. Ellis, St. Thomas, immediate past president, Prof. C.F. Thiele, Waterloo.”
Name Access
Elgin Regiment
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Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_245
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Y.M.C.A. Hobby Show Winner.

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 16, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3501
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-740 (2_3501)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3501
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 16, 1950
Publication
2_3501 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 17, 1950, page eight.
Physical Description
1 negative: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photograph of the Y.M.C.A. Hobby Show Winner. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 17, 1950, page eight: “Hobby Champion Two Years Running.” 2_3451: “They’re all smiles, and why not? Ralph Stucky, 16-year-old Collegiate student (centre), hold the Dr. M.B. Ryckman trophy, grand championship award of the Y’s Men’s Club Hobby Fair which he won for the second consecutive year in the project that was brought to a successful conclusion Saturday at the Y.M.C.A. Dr. Ryckman (right), donor of the trophy, and managing director of the affair in former years, made an unofficially presentation to the winner following the show, in the presence of the Y’s Men’s Club president, Kenneth Budd (left). Bert Mitchell, this year’s managing director, was unable to be present when the picture was taken, but will be on hand at the regular meeting of the club Tuesday evening in the Y.M.C.A. when the awards will be officially presented to the grand champion, to Jimmy Dunn, the runner-up, and those who won top honors in the different departments ad well as special awards.”
Name Access
Y.M.C.A.
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Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_246
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Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen

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Elgin County Archives
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Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3502
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3503
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-748 (2_3502)
50-749 (2_3503)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3502
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3503
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Publication
2_3502 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 19, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 19, 1950, page one: “Veteran B. of. L.F. and E. Members Honored.” 2_3502: “Sixty- two members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen with a combined service record of 1,600 years of service were honored at the annual banquet of the B. of L.F. and E. held in the Masonic Auditorium Tuesday evening. Veteran members honored included, left to right: H. Russelo, C. &O., honorary life member; William Nelson, of the Wabash, and J.J. Maloney, N.Y.C., 40-year members; Percy L. Land and A. Alexander, N.Y.C honorary life members. W.S. Bennett, N.Y.C., was unable to attend and accept his honorary life membership because of illness. See story on page 6.”
Name Access
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_247
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Y's Mens Hobby Show Winners.

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3504
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-745 (2_3504)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3504
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Publication
2_3504 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 19, 1950, page ten.
Physical Description
1 negative: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photograph of the Y's Mens Hobby Show Winners. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 19, 1950, page ten: “Hobby Show Winners Get Prizes.” 2_3504: “Guests of the Y’s Men’s Club at the club dinner meeting in the Y.M.C.A. Tuesday night, these winners of trophies awarded at the Y’s Men’s Hobby Fair on Friday and Saturday of last week, were presented with their awards by Bert Michell, this years’ managing directors of the project that is now five years old. They are: left to right (seated): Mrs. C. McCormick, 93 Chester street, winner of the department of smallcraftts: Jimmy Dunn, 13, of 93 Myrtle street, winner of the department of miscellaneous handicrafts, and runner-up for the grand championship with his 54 points Ralph Stucky, 16, of 47 Chester street, the grand champion of the show with 94 points; Bruce Hambleton, 351 Talbot street, winner of the sculpture department; and Ruth Prouse, leader of the 1st Cub Pack of Central Church, winners of the department of campcraft and scoutcraft. Standing, left to right: Douglas Hull, 37 Redan street, winner of the model aircraft department; S. Luscombe, Port Stanley, who jointly entered with Mrs. Garnet Speers, Port Stanley, to win leathercraft; Rev. Hill Hamilton, Wallacetown, who took home his own trophy for the woodwork department and his wife’s for the sewing and fancywork department; James Thurlow, 43 Hemlock street, winner of the special award for the most outstanding entry in the show, Phil McLorn, 43 Curtis street, winner of miscellaneous collections; Cyril Butcher, 9 Eire street, winner in model railroads; Allan Wicks, 127 Hughes street, winner of metal work; and C.E. Brooks, 134 First avenue, in stamps and coins. Absent are Mrs. Earl King, winner of art, and Mrs. Speers.”
Name Access
Y.M.C.A.
Y.M.C.A., St. Thomas
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_248
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Cribbage League Winners

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3505
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3506
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-746 (2_3505)
50-747 (2_3506)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3505
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3506
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Publication
2_3505 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 19, 1950, page sixteen.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Cribbage League Winners. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 19, 1950, page sixteen: “Winners of Cribbage League Championship.” 2_3505: “Pictured above are members of the Medcalf Shoe cribbage team which won the St. Thomas and District Cribbage League title. The league is comprised of 26 teams from the surrounding district and a total of 225 games were played during the regular season. The presentation was made at the annual banquet held in the Branch 41, Canadian Legion Hall last night. Members of the team, left to right, in the front row are: B. Stover, F. Tier, J. Mycroft (captain), C. Neile, G. Mycroft, Jr.; second row: S. Davies, G. Hunter, W. Smith, H. Smith, J. Herbert.”
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_249
Images
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3507
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3508
Other Title Info
Note: This photograph depicts a Minstrel Show with individuals dressed in blackface, showing racist caricatures and stereotypes that are no longer appropriate today. The image was scanned into our public database to ensure that attitudes and viewpoints of this time are not erased from the historical record.
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-761 (2_3507)
50-762 (2_3508)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3507
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3508
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 18, 1950
Publication
2_3507 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 21, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Knights of Colmbus Minstrel Show. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 21, 1950, page one: “Knights of Columbus Minstrel Show Again Scores.” 2_3507: “The Minstrel Show and gay nineties review under the auspice of the Knight’s of Columbus, scored again at their second evening’s performance in the Holy Angel’s parish hall Thursday evening. Another large audience attended. Those participating and show in the above pictured were: Front row (left to right): Shirley Campbell, Bert Mitchell, Ben Bohan, Jack Clayton, Rita Faubert, Vi Sanders, Bill Palmer, Jackie McAvay (seated), Ruth Clayton, Doreen Kenney, Jerry Easton, Bill Taylor, Jack Gowdy. Rose Marie Casey. Second row: Clare Coleman, Helen Dagneau, Helen Donnelley, Helen Moore, Aileen McNally, F. Albert MacGorman, Lorraine McCann, Dorothy Butterworth, Helen Volway, Eileen Harris, Ann Boykowich Bernard Moore. Third row: Ed Yurek, Cornelius Rood, Tome Dagneau, Tom Moore Jr., Jim Austin, Jim McCann, Les Freeman, Frank Pinkney, N.J. Ruhl, Bob Clarke. The proceeds of the show are in aid of the St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital Building Fund.”
Name Access
Knights of Columbus
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_250
Images

Elgin Regiement's St. George's Day Dinner

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 21, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3509
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3510
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3511
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3512
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-765 (2_3509)
50-766 (2_3510)
50-767 (2_3511)
50-768 (2_3512)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3509
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3510
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3511
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3512
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 21, 1950
Publication
2_3509 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 22, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
4 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of attendees of the Elgin Regiment's St. George's Day Dinner. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 22, 1950, page one: “They Liked the Band’s Performance.” 2_3509: “Three of the principals at the celebration dinner for St. George’s Day by the Elgin regiment on Friday evening appeared in the above group photograph, Lieut.-General Charles Foulkes, C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., Chief of the General Staff, who was guest of honor, flacking Lt.-Col. Harry Medcalf on the left, and Brigadier J.A. W. Bennett, O.B.E., of London, on the right. Their pleased expressions reflect the enjoyment they got from a demonstration by the new Elgin Regiment Trumpet Band which they were watching when the phot was taken.”
Name Access
Elgin Regiment
Subject Access
Elgin Regiment
St. George's Day
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_251
Images

Optimist New Officers

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 21, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3513
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3514
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-763 (2_3513)
50-764 (2_3514)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3513
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3514
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 21, 1950
Publication
2_3514 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 22, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
2 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of the Optimist New Officers. Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 21, 1950, page one: “Optimist Club Officers Installed.” 2_3514: “Elected and installed as officers of the St. Thomas Optimist Club at the club’s final meeting for the season Friday night in the Trophy Room of the Talbot Hotel are, left to right: Ross Robertson, second vice-president; Jack State, past president; Dr. Grant Webster, president; Jack Stollery, first vice-president. Back row: Ken Hall, historian; Bruce Teasdale, International secretary; Earl Jolley, third vice-president; Bill McCallum, treasurer; Jim Conley, secretary. See story on page 10.”
Name Access
Optimist Club of St. Thomas
Related Material
Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_252
Images

Pinafore Park's Tame Deer.

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Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
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Item
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 24, 1950
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3515
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3516
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3517
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
Part Of
Stollery Studio fonds
Description Level
Item
Item Number
50-791 (2_3515)
50-792 (2_3516)
50-793 (2_3517)
Accession Number
2018-57
Storage Room
Archives 4th Floor Storage Room
Storage Location
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3515
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3516
M7 S1 Sh2 B2 2_3517
GMD
graphic material
Date Range
April 24, 1950
Publication
2_3515 was published in St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 25, 1950, page one.
Physical Description
3 negatives: plastic
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photographs of Pinafore Park's Tame Deer Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal on April 25, 1950, page one: “Young Deer Added to Attractions at Pinafore Park.” 2_3515: “The population of the wildlife sanctuary at Pinafore Park increased Monday by one buck deer, a three-year-old, 180-pound animal given to the city by Cyriel con Colin, Belgian-Canadian famer of the extreme north part of Southwold Township. The stag, who lost a fine pair of antlers last week, was brought to the sanctuary from the von Colin farm by Game Conservation Officers Sandy Neil and Marshall Field, of the city parks department, who appear left and right above. It has free run of the wire0fenced enclosure originally built to safeguard game birds, and it is expected more permanent quarters may ne provided for it later on.”
Name Access
Pinafore Park
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Original photograph sleeve: M7 S1 Sh4 B8 8_253
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