1_2854 was published with article in St. Thomas Times-Journal on July 22, 1948, page ten.
2 negatives : plastic
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Photographs of Wayne Bullers driving a 1909 Buick in St. Thomas.
Caption from St. Thomas Times-Journal: "Two Cylinders, But She Goes."
"Holiday Trip in 39-Year-Old Buick and Having Bit of Fun."
1_2854: "Wayne Bullers was a visitor in St. Thomas, Wedneday afternoon. And the moment Wayne arrived at Percy Spackman's Supertest Service Station at Talbot and Pearl streets, he attracted a crowd.
There was a reason for Wayne's ability to draw crowds. He is on a cross-country hop in a reconditioned 1909 two-cylinder Buick.
Wayne is a youg trucker who lives in Timlin, not far from Brookfield and Punxsutawney, in central and western Ohio."
Two photographs showing the aftermath of an accident on the Wilson Avenue Bridge, St. Thomas, November 27, 1931. Image 63_20586a shows a wrecked car in the ravine at the foot of the bridge. Image 63_20586b shows the bridge surface with the area where the car crashed through the east side guard rail cordoned off and guarded by a police officer, with a large number of onlookers. A report on the accident was published in the St. Thomas Times-Journal, November 28, 1931, p. 1. Two men riding in the front seat, Howard Size (driver) and Samuel Robinson (passenger) survived; the passenger in the rear seat, Samuel A. Willis, died. 63_20586b shows several residences on the south side of Rosebery Place from the rear.
St. Thomas Times-Journal fonds - A. J. Chevrolet file
1 photograph : b&w ; 18.7 x 14.5 cm
1 photograph : b&w ; 14.3 x 15.3 cm
1 photograph : b&w ; 23.3 x 9 cm
1 photograph : b&w ; 11.7 x 8.7 cm
1 photograph : b&w ; 11.4 x 7.7 cm
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Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published June 5, 1974 with caption: "A.J. Expands - A. J. Charest puts the sledge hammer to a portion of the vacant building east of his dealership on Talbot Street after announcing this morning a $100,000 expansion to that property. The move, which will bring all the segments of his dealership together, is expected to be completed by the end of September. Watching the action, from his left are, Bob Boissoin, district sales manager for General Motors, Dave Thwaites, president of the St. Thomas Chamber of Commerce, and Ald. Ed Currah, acting mayor and president of the St. Thomas Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation." (1)
Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published October 20, 1975 with caption: "Did Its Job - Bill Bennett, an employee at A.J. Chev-Olds-Cadillac on Talbot Street looks at the charred inside of the building's main power panel which erupted into a brief, but small, fire late Saturday morning. Mr. Bennett said by the time the fire department arrived the flames had disappeared but the box was still smouldering. Mr. Bennett said the panel did its job in blowing, otherwise there may have been a more serious fire. The small fire did not affect business at the dealership this morning." (2)
Black and white photograph of the exterior view of A.J. Chevrolet auto dealership used in St. Thomas-Tiems Journal article published 197? with unknown caption. (3)
Black and white photographs of the demolition of A. J. Chevrolet used in St. Thomas-Times Journal article published unknown date with unknown caption. (4a-c)
one photograph : b&w ; 10cm x 15cm on scrapbook sheet 45.5cm x 30cm
Photo is glued to acidic scrapbook page
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Group photo of girls and teachers on lawn of college with automobile in background. Labeled: "Ella D. Bowes, Alice Henwood, Collegiate, 1913". Published in "The Almafilian", July, 1914, P. 35 with the caption: "Some collegiate Pupils"..
Main building of Alma College showing car and front grounds from North East. Verso stamp "Ron Nelson Photography", "57-0266", hand written note: "Return to Miss Mary Ann Neely Alma College St. Thomas".
Photo of May Queen Vere La Chappelle, escorted by Lord of May, followed by court in front of school. Verso: stamp: "Albert J. Hernandez, 11 Rapelje St. St. Thomas". "Donated JU 21, 1986 Ann Louise Stevens".
Several students in costume lay on the ground during a performance. Notes on cardboard mount: "Sailor Mad Boucher or Marjorie Staples", "Sailors Cherry Betzold - ? - Nea Smith", "K. Dobson or Marion Logan no hat", "(1924 - 1925) May '25". Verso: "...and the Dragon play given as part of the May Queen spectacle given by students of Alma College May 28th/25 on College lawn, in presence of hundreds of spectators".
Presentation of the keys to the new station wagon to Miss Sifton. Verso: stamp: "Photo by Art Duckworth, St. Thomas", "Sept. 1 - 1953". Similar to: R6 S3 Sh4 B2 #18 - front: "Mrs. Howse, Mrs. Bodkin, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Raven". Principal's quarter's balcony visible in background.
Photo of girls , some with basketballs, walking down front steps of school to waiting College station wagon. Verso: " stamp; "Stollery...". Published in The Prospectus, 1955-56, P. 24 with Caption "Off to a Basketball Game".