Four black-and-white negative photographs featuring the Aldborough Public School vaccinations, on November 23, 1966.
R12 S1 Sh5 B1 223b was published in the Rodney Mercury on November 23, 1966, with the caption: "Four brave guys were happy after receiving their vaccination Monday morning at Aldborough Public School; happy because it did not hurt them, when they were all primed to get the "needle." Afterwards they had to sit for a minute with their arms bared while the serum dried. They are Tom Dymock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dymock, Crinan; Jerry Van den Brink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van den Brink, R.R 1, Rodney; Lloyd Doan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Doan, R.R. 2, West Lorne; and Ricky Chodowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chodowski, Eagle."
R12 S1 Sh5 B1 223d was published in the Rodney Mercury on November 23, 1966, with the caption: "Lloyd Doan was vaccinated Monday by Dr. Harris, St. Thomas, of the Elgin Health Unit with the assitance of Health Nurse Miss J. O'Neil. Lloyd is a student at Aldborough Public School. Peering around from behind Miss O'Neill to see what would happen to him next, was Tommy Dymock of Crinan."
Exterior view of the Amasa Wood Hospital, St. Thomas, ca. 1891, looking southeast. Appears to show the structure soon after its construction in 1891 (lacking landscaping/foliage, railings missing on front porches, front steps missing, date/name block/stone slightly different than final version). Published in St. Thomas Times-Journal in Canada Centennial edition June 30, 1967 p. 1B and in City of St. Thomas Centennial edition June 27, 1981 p. 2B.
Two black-and-white negative photographs featuring the blood donor clinic that was held, on June 11, 1981.
R13 S3 Sh6 B3 335a was published in the Rodney Mercury on June 11, 1981, with the caption: "102 blood donations were received Tuesday evening at the International Club, with the club winning Wire Tie's trophy for the organization providing the msot donors - 24. Chairman Peter Kleinjan was disappointed at the response, because he had hopes for exceeding the 175 donations received at the last clinic. However, he says, farmers and other potential donors are busier now than they were when the last clinic was held. Pictured giving donations were WESS students Darlene Staddon, Tracy Schnekenburger and Stuart Murray. Five other students also donated. The Red Cross and the Committee thank the International Club for providing its facilities, the cookies, soft drinks and particularly for sponsoring the advertisement in last week's issues of the The Mercury and Sun from which the club's name was inadvertently omitted."
St. Thomas Times-Journal fonds - Cardiology Technologists Association of Ontario file
1 photograph : b&w ; 12.7 x 12.4 cm
1 newspaper clipping
Scope and Content
Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published November 27, 1970 with caption: "Cardiology Technologists Receive Charter - The Cardiology Technologists' Association of Ontario, a professional organization which had its origin in St. Thomas two years ago, received its official charter June 24 of this year and the actual document at a meeting last night at the St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital School of Nursing. The executive of the organization has been drawn to date from Southwestern Ontario. Shown with the charter above are, left to right, E. Frank Sanders, legal advisor; Mrs. Edith Fishleigh, current chairman; and Mrs. Norma Skibinski, a founding member."
Duncan C. McKillop Collection - Business Ledgers series
Stable, but red rot is evident along spine and at corners of front and back covers.
The journal was created by Dr. William Brock of West Lorne and was later in the posession of William Watson. In 1971, it was sold to Harry Bradt at the Watson Auction Sale, who later gave the ledger to Duncan McKillop.
Scope and Content
Daily Accounts Journal for Dr. William Brock of West Lorne, Ontario, 1885-1900. Was later used as an accounts ledger by a second individual from 1932-1935. On accounts page 246, someone created a list of births as recorded by Dr. Brock in the ledger from 1885-1900.
Two studio portraits showing Daisy Voaden, 1928 graduating class, Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses, St. Thomas. Daughter of Dr. Arthur Voaden, principal at St. Thomas Collegiate Institute and Arthur Voaden Vocational School, St. Thomas.