One black and white photograph of Mrs. Agnes Matheson (nee Healy), ca. 1955, included in the Eden Women's Institute Tweedsmuir History, Volume 3, page 56. Mrs. Matheson was a teacher in Eden and was married to George Matheson. She had two children, Deloss and Georgina, and died at the age of 81, in 1960.
Seven black-and-white negative photographs featuring Aldborough School scenes of children and teachers around the school, on November 25, 1965.
R12 S1 Sh5 B1 202a was published in the West Lorne Sun on November 25, 1965, with the caption: "Inspector R. E. Rawlings heard a number of Aldborough Public School children read Monday afternoon when he made one of his inspection trips to the school. Here Donald McIntyre reads for the inspector, while Connie Johnston and Christine Shierer wait their turns."
R12 S1 Sh5 B1 202d was published in the West Lorne Sun on November 11, 1965, with the caption: "Secret Ballot was "out the window" as far as election officials and voters at Aldborough Public School were concerned in Monday's mock election. Here a group fo students crowd the polling booth which is being presided over by Duncan McPhail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil McPhail, Oak Grove, assisted by Susan Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gilbert, Eagle."
R12 S1 Sh5 B1 202f was published in the West Lorne Sun on November 11, 1965, with the caption: "Political Candidates and election officials in Monday's mock election at Aldborough Public School are: returning officer Allan Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carroll, Crinan, and deputy Bonnie Mistele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mistele, Rodney. Catherine Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ford, Rodney, was the PC candidate, Don Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rose, Eagle, was the Liberal candidate and Jane Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johnston, Clachan, was the NDP candidate. No students would allow their names to be linked with either the Social Credit Party or the Credististes, so the names of the national leaders were used and not a single vote was cast in their favor."
Two black-and-white negative photographs featuring Board of Education trustee Donald Scott presenting awards to teachers Ron Alderton and Peter McLachlin, in May 25, 1978.
R13 S3 Sh6 B2 309a was published in the West Lorne Sun on May 25, 1978, with the caption: "Aldborough Public School Teachers Ron Alderton and Peter McLachlin were presented with good citizen awards Friday by Board of Education trustee Donald Scott. the citations, made available by the federal government, state: Canadian Merit Award has been presented because the recipient has been selected as an Outstanding young Man of the year in recognition of distinguished service, notable achievements and demonstrated leadership."
Black and white negative photograph, featuring the Aldborough School teaching staff. Captioned: "Aldborough Public School teaching staff posed recently for this picture. Front row: Mrs. Mary Johnson, West Lorne; Mrs. Helen Anderson, Clearville; Mrs. Ola Jamieson, Rodney; Mrs. Joan McPhail, Clachan; Mrs. Aleta McCallum, Argyle; and Mrs. Mary Nethercott, Wardsville. Back row: Secretary Mrs. Doris Melnyk, Mrs. Marjorie Brewer, Wardsville; Mrs. Dorienne Carnegie, Rodney; Mrs. Grace Turner, Wardsville; Mrs. Jean Walters, Wallacetown; Mrs. Catherine Attridge, West Lorne; Mrs. Audrey Johnson, West Lorne, and Principal Floyd Patterson." Published in the Mercury-Sun on February 2, 1966. (W11 B6 26)
Three black-and-white negative photographs featuring Aleta McCallum, who retired from Aldborough Public School, on June 23, 1983.
R13 S3 Sh6 B4 178a was published in the Rodney Mercury on June 23, 1983, with the caption: “The final day of the month Mrs. William “Aleta” McCallum will gather up her effects from her grade 2 classroom and desk at Aldborough Public School and will walk out the door a “free” person, because her retirement becomes effective that day.”
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Portrait of the Almafilian Staff of 1912 with faculty advisor. Front: Stamp: "Hopkins St. Thomas", "Almafilian Staff". Verso: "Almafilian Staff", Mr. Farr 1912 -". Published in "The Almafilian", June, 1911, P. 35.
A large group of students with two teachers and Principal Millar. Verso: stamp: "Stollery...48-1388". Published in "The Almafilian", June, 1948, P. 24 with caption: "Almafilian Staff - L to R - front row - D. Walker, Business Man.; L. Spaulding, Illustrations; F. Johnston, Literary Editor. Second row - Mr. Millar, Faculty Advisor; J. Murray, Business Man.; Miss Hardy & Miss McGaw, Faculty Advisors;, M. Jenkins, Sports; M. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief. Back row - A. Farley, Humor; L. Thompson, Graduates; J. Nichols, Sports; L. Farquhar, S.C.M.; M. Mann and B. Davison, Social; N. Hawthorne, Dept's.; M. Howe, Clubs".
A group of students with Miss Neville and Principal Dobson. Verso: "Front Row - 2nd from rt. Ann Bartlett - Windsor, centre Betty McPetrie, 2nd from left - Win Broughton", "approx 1936". Published in "The Almafilian", June, 1936, P. 6.
Portrait of a group of students with Principal Dobson and a teacher. Published in "The Almafilian", June, 1936, P. 6 with caption: "Almafilian Staff". "Top Row: E. Ballachey, F. Taylor, M. Rawn, R. Hicks, D. Wallace, Miss L. Neville, S. MacPherson, A. Smith, M. Fair, M. Douglas, Dr. Dobson. Bottom Row: J. Wilson, A. Bartlett, N. Youell, B. McPetrie, M. Aiken, W. Broughton, B. Reed".
Photo of students and teacher in art class. Verso: stamp: "Berkeley Studio, United Church Of Canada, Neg. No. Alma - 28", "Art Room in Old Dining Room", "Teacher - Bernice Harper", "The Old Kitchen Now the New Laundry".
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Portrait of the Athletic Association Executive with Mr. Farr. Along bottom:" Athletic Executive", stamp: "Hopkins". Verso"Executive of Athletic Association". Published in "The Almafilian", June, 1911, P. 32.