b/w photo of family posing in front of a brick house; man on right wearing waistcoat and hat; woman in light-coloured dress has hand on shouldeer of seated woman beside her; seated woman wearing light-coloured blouse and dark skirt; two children seated
Photograph of a home with a fence in front of it and a man, woman, boy, girl, and dog standing by the fence. The young girl is holding a bicycle. On the reverse the home is identified as the Home of Dr. Woods. The people are identified as Dr. Woods and his family.
Photograph of a family standing on the porch of the Hutchinson House located at 150 Sydenham Street East, on the south side of the street. Standing on the porch are four women, three men, a young boy, a young girl, and a dog. There is a wagon and a bicycle in the photograph. On the reverse is handwritten, "ca. 1906. Porch mother Mary Eliza Lyons with Hazel Hutchinson. Front row Grace is standing on the ground, husband Ulysses R. Baily to her left, their son Louis Burley is child. Man on porch is William Peckham. Woman to his left is Mabel Eva Hutchinson. Woman to her right is Addie Hutchinson."
Photograph of the residence and office of Dr. Peter W. McLay, located on the northeast corner of John St. and Pine St. This photograph was taken in 1878. Dr. McLay is standing in the gate wearing a long coat and hat. Mrs. McLay is on the upper porch with two girls. There are other men along the gate and a horse and carriage to the left. Handwritten on the reverse is, "residence and office (to left) Dr. P.W. McLay, M.D., located N.E. corner John and Pine in Aylmer. Dr. McLay standing in gate wearing long coat and high hat. Mrs. McLay (Polly) on upper porch with 2 girls. Photo 1878."
As of 2020 these buildings serve as the Malahide Township Office and the practice of Doctor Vivoda.
Photographer not in current list of known Aylmer photographers
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Black and white photograph, sepia-toned. In the background of the image is a two-storeyed house, with two visible chimneys and an arched window above its doorway. In the foreground, along a fence extending from the house, is a group of people who pose for the camera. At the far left there are four women standing behind two other seated individuals, an elderly man and elderly woman. The elderly man holds a baby, seated on his lap. At the right is a horse, with a white blaze-type marking down its face. To its right are three men, all moustachioed, the leftmost of which wears a hat. Its matting is thin and also sepia-toned, and is captioned "J.S. JENKINS, AYLMER." It is displayed in a silver-coloured wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The frame is carved with an ornate, organic pattern.
Photograph of an older woman with two children in front of a sided building. One child is standing on the left and the other is seated on her lap. Part of a series of church and Sunday School photographs, however their identies are unknown.
Illustrated postcard of a man doing laundry by hand on a washboard. There is a clothes line behind him in the home. On the bottom is, "The troubles of a grass widower". Reverse addressed to Arthur Adams of Aylmer. Postmarked April 11, 1910. Message, "Earl just bought this for me to send you. It is raining. But we are going out calling. We are going to Silverwood in the morning and to London Wednesday and home Thursday. Will come on the 6 o'clock train if we possible can. Will walk home. Mother."