|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: The school parade of 1928.|
Poem: "The Oatsmobile", supplied by Jean Harvey.
|2||Table of Contents.|
|3||Recipe for a Happy Year|
|4-8||Letters to the Editor: from Mrs. Gladys Trites, Jean Jackson Capon, W.J. Hastie.|
Article: 1900 Margaret Scott -- John Learmont Wedding
|9||Article: Who was Tommy Sunshine (Tom Wabegijik)?|
|10-12||Article: Two Perish in sinking of the Asia (William and Mary Greenfield).|
Photo: John Greenfield.
Poem: Cockburn Island.
|13||Article: 1932 Rowena Cranston -- William McColeman Wedding.|
Article: 1931 Mabel Haner -- Thomas Case Wedding.
Social news of October, 1908.
|14||Article: The Passing of Jacob Rumley.|
Poem: The Fall of the Air-Child.
|15-18||Article: Robinson Twp. Pioneers (John and Effie Cook and family), by Annie Willeton.|
Photos: Harriet, Jane, Mary, Annie, William, George, Edward & Willard Cook, submitted by Bert Cook.
|18||Explorers view Manitoulin.|
|19||Poem: in memory of Nellie Duxbury.|
Social news of August, 1909.
|21-26||Post Offices and Postmasters|
|27, 28||Photos: Pictures of Long Ago submitted by Joan Purvis Campbell.
Alfie Wismer, Jean Buchanan Purvis, Olive Wismer?, Rev. & Mrs. Bainborough.|
Poem: The Pine.
|29||Photo: Celina, Will, Cliff, Velma, & Stan Porter.
Agnes, William, Gordon, Bill, Inus, Margaret, & Howard Dinsmore. Kelly? Grace?|
|30||Poems: "The Bull Ring" and "Hymn for the Peace".|
|32||Social News of July, 1909.|
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: The Looker family of Rockville|
|2||Table of Contents.|
|3||Letters to the Editor: from Bert Hurn, Mrs. C. Mastin, Albert L. Buck (about the Buck family), Mrs. Deanne Easthope (Catherine and Joseph Hunt).|
|4||Article: Robert Connell reminisces. (well drilling, blacksmithing).|
|5||Article: Everett Love -- Olive Pattison Wedding|
Poem: It Isn't Your Town -- It's You.
Poem: The Test of Time.
|6||Photo: An Old Home in Gore Bay, submitted by Jean Harvey.|
|7, 8||Article: Knife Discovered with Native Skeleton at Sheguiandah Museum Camp (Thomas Lee, Chief Andrew Trudeau of Wikwemikong).|
|8, 9||Photo and Article: Margaret McColman and Charlie Sims.|
|9||Photo: John McVey and The Old Steam Engine, submitted by Mrs. Flora A. Ferguson.|
|9, 10||Article and Photo: submitted by Florence A. Ferguson: The Bayer House
logs reused as Tourist Information Booth.|
Untitled Poem by Lawrence Binyon.
|11||Green Bay Women's Institute 1927-1928.|
|12, 13||Article: by Christina Kerr and Grace Rowe: Bob Robinson, Mel Lehman, Jane McArthur, Annie Bainborough.|
Social news of 1931.
|14-16||Article: by R.J. Lloyd: Early Kagawong and Billings Township History (the Lloyd family, the mill, the Henry family).|
Photo: The Wyman House with the Buck family, submitted by Lyman Buck.
|16, 17||Vintage advertisement for The Corn Harvester.|
Article: from 1931: bridal shower for Grace Caddel.
|18||Article: by the Rev. Robert Wiseman: Popular Citizen Dead (W.O. Runnalls, the flu epidemic of 1919).|
|19, 20||Article and Photo: submitted by Mrs. Stan Runnalls (Suzie Baker): The Barrie Island Bridge (the Latta family).|
|21||Article: the Killarney Hotel.|
|22||Article: Evansville Public School, S.S. No. 1, Burpee: students from the front cover of a souvenir booklet of 1910, belonging to Will Johnston, submitted by Pauline Johnston -- E. May Beck (teacher) Martha Neely, Jennie McKinley, Maggie Johnston, Eveleen Bailey, Will Neely, Oliver Bailey, Carrie Johnston, Henry McKinley, Sam McKinley, Jennie Harper, Oklow Bracken, Will Scott, Phoebe Harper, Bella Bailey, Will Johnston, Mayme Johnston, Harold Harper, Mable Hardle, Clara Scott, Jack Harper, Clemmie Johnston, Cassie Scott, Duncan Campbell, Beulah Bailey, Greta Bailey. Trustees: Jack Harper, Jack Bailey, Walter Harper, R.J. Campbell, D.N. Bailey.|
|23-28||Article: Silver Water United Church and the Silver Water Manse (photo
of W.W. McLaren, photo of Mr. and Mrs. Cadotte, photo of the 50th Anniversary of the Church in 1939, a list of who served the charge).|
|29, 30||Photos: of Gore Bay Many Years Ago.|
|32||Photo: of Gore Bay Many Years Ago.|
Poem: The New Milk Maid.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of an old Hudson Bay Company Post at LaCloche.|
|2||Indexes, and subscription information.|
Letters to the Editor: Margaret Bohler, Ida Allen, Mrs. David Allen, Mrs. Bernadette Walker,
Mrs. Gladys Trites.|
Article: Two deer with one shot -- Gerald McLeod, Bud Jones.
|4||Article: Commercial fishing in the North Channel -- W.J. Hastie, James Noble, Hector Roszel, William Roszel, John Hastie.|
|5||Article: Commercial fishing in the North Channel continued -- Alan Morphet, Norman Trotter.|
|6, 7||Diagrams: of Pound Net at Manitowaning.|
Photo: a dog team starting with the mail -- Mr. I. Turner, Postmaster, submitted by
Article: Early Beginnings of Little Current, by T.J. Patten -- George B. Abrey, Mrs. Stewart Jenkins, Mr. C.L.D. Sims, Humphrey May, William McKenzie, Captain Burkitt, Rev. J.W. Sims, William Griffith, Mrs. McKenzie, Bryan Mackie, Mrs. Brydon, David Miller, Mr. Abrey.
|9||Photo: Birds eye view of Little Current in 1870 -- George Obetosseway, Bryan Mackie, G.B. Abrey, Mr. C.L.D. Sims, Dr. Carruther, William Griffith, George Burkitt, Humprey May, David Miller, John Dawson.|
Article: Early Beginnings of Little Current continued from page 8 --
Warren R. Abrey, Mrs. Hill, Rev. Rowland Hill, Tom Reid.|
Photo: The late Bryon H. Turner -- Grant H. Turner.
Photo: the sawmill of J. and T. Conlon, Picnic Island, Little Current, 1904.
Photo: Sims brothers in Little Current following the Great War, May 1919.|
Article: Early Beginnings of Little Current continued -- Mrs. Maltas.
Photo: of Hope Lumber Company plant at Little Current.|
Article: Early Beginnings of Little Current continued -- James Burnet, G.B. Abrey, Thomas C. Sims Esq., Charles Anderson, John Amos, Mr. Norman Trotter, Messers. J. and T. Conlon, William Potter, W.S. Gibbon, Angus Herriman, Mr. Hedley Shaw.
Photo: of Byron H. Turner Company Merchants building.|
Article: Early Beginnings of Little Current continued -- Ira Pearson, A.P. Kilganan, T.J. Patten.
Article: A trip to Little Current.|
Photo: of a granite Island.
Photo: scenes of a river near Little Current.|
Article: A trip to Little Current continued.
Photo: of Byron H. Turner and friends out on the waters of the Bay.|
Article: A trip to Little Current continued -- Humphrey May, Willie McKenzie, T.J. Patten.
|17||Article: A trip to Little Current continued -- Messrs. J. and T. Conlon, John Sunstrum, Mrs. O'Keefe, Judge O'Keefe.|
Article: A trip to Little Current continued -- J.C. Phipps,
Mr. Johnston, Mr. Byron Mackie, David Miller, G.B. Abrey, Mr. Isaac Turner.|
Photo: The City of Midland and Gidleyford motor boats.
|19||Article: A trip to Little Current continued -- Mr. A.E. Dyment, Grant H. Turner, Wildred and F.L. Sims, Thomas C. Sims, Rev. Mr. Sims.|
|20||Article: A trip to Little Current continued -- O. Vincent, Mayor George E. Baxter|
Article: A trip to Little Current continued.|
Advertisements: Byron H. Turner Co. Ltd.; J.C. Irving & Co.; Sims & Company; W.D. Ritchie & Son; Curries's Rexall Drug Store.
|22||Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Wagg.|
Article: History shows a dedicated man (1876-1960) by Diane Robbins -- Alma Josiah Wagg.|
Photo: of A.J. Wagg with a plaque presented to him.
Article: History shows a dedicated man.|
Photo: of A.J. Wagg with Lester B. Pearson and John D. Hopkins.
Article: History shows a dedicated man -- Gladys Wagg.|
Poem: Morning on the Georgian Bay.
Photo: of Franklin Grant Priddle Sr., Franklin Grant Priddle Jr., and Lorretta Pearl Priddle.|
Article: A watch of history -- Humphrey May, Mary Jane May, William Priddle, Edwin Franklin Priddle, Franklin Grant Priddle, Loretta Pearl Priddle.
Photo: Gore Bay Harbour in 1900.|
Article: Gore Bay long ago -- Williard Hall, James M. Fraser, W.F. McRae, Russell McGregor, Jim Purvis. First families included; Fraser, Clarke, Thorburn, McQuarries, Kinney, Hall and Bickell.
Photo: of logging operations in Gore Bay.|
Photo: Courthouse in 1900, now the Gore Bay Museum.
Article: Gore Bay long ago -- R.R. Gamey, R.J. Porter, D.I. Millar.|
Photo: Meredith Street in 1906.
Photo: Queens Hotel in 1900.
Article: Results of Sandfield Races, 1919 -- Cliff Bradley, Hutchinson, Steve Russel,
Mithcell Gertir, Burn Spry, Steve Russel, Vesper McCutcheon, Pearson, Kennard, Cliff Walker, Cliff Walker.|
Poems: The Spirit of Britain and In Alsace-Lorraine.
Poem: Comrades In Arms.|
Subscription application form.
|Poems: The British fleet in the Dardanelles and The child at the gate.|
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of Merchant Bank on the corner of Water Street and Campbell Street, Little Current, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.|
|2||Indexes subscription information.|
Article: The Early History of Providence Bay, written by Mrs. Mae McGauley.|
Photo: of Mac McGillvray, submitted by Walt McDonald.
|4||Photo: of a logging bee at John Gordon's farm in 1881 -- Hughie McDermid, John Gordon, George Henderson, Archie Cranston, Dave Weir, Ann McDonald, Mrs. Catherine McDonald, William McDonald and Audrey Tracy.|
|5||Copy: of the Marriage Certificate of John McDonald and Ann McDermid, 1879.|
Article: The Early History of Providence Bay continued from page 3 --
Messrs. Garland, Mutchmore, Monroe, and McNevin; other family names were Sinclair, Burch, Alexander, Pattison, McQueen,
Weir, McNicholl, McAllister, McKendrick, Caddel, Love, Latham, Campbell, McIntyre, and Turley, William Courish,
Mr. Ball, William Pattison, Mr. Johnstone, Mrs. Turly, Robert Love, Billie Pattison, Miss Myra Mutchmore,
Mary Mutchmore, Mrs. Tom Deane, Hugh McKay, Rev. Rogers, Mrs. Mae Forbes, Mr. A. Campbell, Mr. F. McDermid.|
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald.
|7||Article: What Happened to Dodge Widow? Submitted by John and Ethel Prior -- Mrs. Anna Thomson Dodge, Horace B. Dodge, John Dodge, Mrs. Wesson Seyburn, Daniel Dodge, Ann Laurine MacDonald, John A. MacDonald, Daniel D. Dodge, Mrs. Alfred G. Wilson, Mrs. Frederick G. Holmes.|
|8||Photo: of the Dodge seaplane used to in 1937 to search for Daniel Dodge.|
|9||Article: What Happened to Dodge Widow? -- Frank Valiquette, Wes Ryder, A. Bateman, Laurine Dodge, Mrs. Weston Seyburn, Mrs. Dodge Sloan, John Sloan, Francis Dodge, James B. Johnson Jr., Dr. William A. Lange, John Van Atta, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Van Atta, Jacqueline Van Atta, John Van Atta, Fred Van Atta, Mr. and Mrs. Van Natten, Mrs. Art McKinley, Frank Valiquette Jr., Dick Drolet, Frank King, Victor W. Garrose.|
Article: An Icy Dip -- Harry Head, Joe Brown, Harry Hall, Doc Strain.|
Article: The End of the Orange Lodge, by Edmon Long and Lawrence Runnalls -- Arthur Runnalls, Tom Gilmour, George Noble Jr.
|11-14||Article: They're Looting Our History.|
|15||Article: Fast Ball in Kagawong -- Ronnie Gordon, Frank Debassige, George Boyd, Lawrence Corbiere, Charles Wiber.|
|16, 17||Photo: of Kagawong Baseball Team: Champions 1921 -- William Hilliard, Earl Graham, Johnnie Graham, Morgan Bowser, Cecil Foster, Charlie Webber, T.J. Thompson, Bill Thompson, Ronnie Gordon, Jim Gordon, Fred Graham, Lawrence Cobier, Aus Hunt, Henry Corbier, Tom Prestage, Frank Debaissige, George Boyd, and submitted by George Foster.|
Article: Fast Ball in Kagawong continued from page 15 --
Article: The Sons of Temperance -- Tim Emery.
|19||Photo: of Dr. McDonald's barn in Little Current.|
|20||Photo: First of July, Water Street in Little Current c. 1901. Fred St. Jacques is driving the buggy.|
|21||Photo: of coal hoist under construction in 1910, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.|
|22||Photo: Waiting for the ferry, taken in 1930, submitted by Calvin Van Zant -- Cliff Lockyer, Captain Tom Boyter, George Holmes, Pete Patterson, Bill Armstrong, Joe Cote, Albert (Skinny) Boyter, Glen Trimmer.|
|23||Article: A Near Tragedy at Michael's Bay -- some families were Clark, McIntyre, Ellis, Pyette, Gault, Leach, Hilson, Frampton, Pennie, Oakes, Chisholm, Tinkus, Gilpin and Martin, Mary Turnbull (Mrs. Hubbert), Phil Clark, R. McIntrye, Tom Ellis, John Pyette. Submitted by John and Ethel Prior.|
|24||Article: A Partial History of Michael's Bay.|
|25||Photo: Michael's Bay Store and Boarding House submitted by Calvin Van Zant.|
|26||Article: A Partial History of Michael's Bay continued -- Penton & Craise, Andy Elliott, Ronald McDougal, Dr. John Hendon, Dr. Frank Smith, Thos. McGinnis, R. English, Chas. Shields, James McCutcheon, Jim Hilson, Dunk Mitchell, Robt. Fox, Robert Hutchinson, J. Benson, John Chisholm, Robt. Sims, Sam Watson, John McLean, John Ward, George Smith, Arthur Lisk, Ron McEntyre, Neil McLean.|
|27||Poem: The Prophecy.|
|28||Photos and Names: of the Providence Bay Baseball Club winners of the Cup for 1907, submitted by Calvin Van Zant -- S.A. McDougall, W.I. Wagg, T. Reid, S. King, L. Farrell, T. Bloor, R. Tasker, F. Johnston, D. Burns, R. Kennedy, R. Ritching, W. Fields, G. Armstrong, W. Van Zant, James Adams, L. Newell.|
|29||Photo: Queen Street looking south in front of the Post Office, Manitowaning.|
|30, 31||Photo and Poem: the Wreck of the schooner the Hesperus.|
Article: Butter Making, submitted by Joan Campbell.|
Article: The Jack Witty House -- W.O. Runnalls, Leslie Witty, Art and Harold Lane, Arthur Runnalls, Elizabeth Stocks, Rev. Robert Wiseman, Jim Wiseman, Annie Lane, Cecil Runnalls, Mary Baker.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of a 1907 automobile.|
|2||Indexes and subscription information.|
Article: The Automobile.|
Photo: of a 1926 Model T. Ford Touring Car.
Article: The Automobile.|
Photo: of a 1900 "pillbox" coupe.
Article: The Automobile.|
Photos: of various automobiles.
|25||Article: Margaret Edmonds Ferries, submitted by Lois Miller -- Mr. and Mrs. John Edmonds, Edna Hazzard, Freeman Ferries.|
|26-28||Photos: of Honora Bay Saw Mill, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.|
|29||Article: Pioneer Recalls Days of Old, excerpts of a letter by Joseph A. Noland -- Robert Hamilton, Mrs. George Gallagher, John Baker, Wilfred Stoneman, Higgenbottoms, Jim Purvis, George Young, Mr. Braisner, Mr. Dymont, H.B. Hunt, R.J. Porter, Hack McClean, Isaac Campbell, Jos. Proctor, James Proctor, Jim Proctor, Edith Proctor, Flora Proctor, George Boyd, McQuarries, Fred and Ned Brockelbank.|
Article: Silver Water, 1919 -- Mrs. O.M. Thomson, Mrs. J. Hopkins, Mrs. J. Addison,
Mrs. W.F. Edmonds.|
Photo: of Five Mile Point Falls, Near Manitowaning.
Poem: The Brown Thrasher.|
|Photo: taken in 1940 of the Little Current docks.|
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of a carload of soldiers in Gore Bay -- Scott Fraser, Blair Fraser, Sandy McKenzie, Jack McKenzie, Frank Major and George Thorburn.|
|2||Indexes, and subscription information.|
Article: The Ontario Parliament 1919/1923.|
Photo: page 4 of Premier E.C. Drury.
Photo: page 11 of Hon. Beniah Bowman.
Photo: of Enos and Edna Barry pictured boating on the Kagawong River, submitted by Helen
Article: A Light in the Window, by Lawrence Runnalls -- Fred Langton, Harry Mervyn, John Jennings, George Brydes.
Article: Honora Bay, written in 1944 by Helen T. Haner -- Mr. Marron, Mr. Herman, Mr. Steward,
Mr. Collins, Mr. Hawke, John Hore, Bert Quinn, Mr. Graham, Mr. Cadotte, Mr. Hay, William Ferguson, Saxon Ritchie.|
Photo: of S.S. No. 1 Billings School, Kagawong, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell.
|15||Photo and Article: The Kagawong Loyal Orange Lodge, July 12, 1908.|
|16, 17||Photo: September 1915 -- taken from the balcony of the Mansion House in Little Current, of the "boys" leaving for war.|
|18||Article: The Mail Boat of 1951 -- Grant Turner, Mr. E.W. Davis.|
Article: The Mail Boat of 1951 continued.|
Poem: Michael's Bay Ball, 1890 Tehkummah -- Charlie McDonald, Miss Bella Cranston, Professor Craig, Phillip Smelter, Walter Chisholm, Jim Hilson, Sandy McPail, Albert.
|20||Photo: of the Winners of the Presidents Cup, 1905, submitted by Lyman Gibbs -- Mac McGregor, John Gibbs, Dr. J.A. Baker, Fred Smith.|
Article: The General Election of 1917, by Lawrence Runnalls -- George B. Nicholson, Larry
O'Connor, Lawrence Runnalls, Mr. Major, Jean McGregor, Mr. Hern, Kate Fraser, Robert Bordon.|
|22||Photo: of Little Current with the following ships in the harbour; Bon Ami; Lulu Eddy; Minnie M., Caribou, Manitou, City of Midland and Telegram.|
|23||Article: Fairview Methodist Church -- James Dawson, Robt. Tilson, Wm. Hall, A.J. Mastin, W.D. Hall, Wm. Myland, John Tilson, Hugh Little, Robt. Duxbury, Samuel Gallagher, Abraham Hughston, John Phillips, John Dawson, Ann Dawson, Walter Chisholm, Mary Chisholm, W.J. Turner, Mary Porter, H.W. Trewin, Matt McCauley, James McCutcheon, George Thomas, Wm. Myland, Robert and James Duxbury, Sam Gallaugher, John Cowan, William Sloan, Edward Martin, Matthew Orr, Peter Mastin, Wm. Henry Mastin, Thomas Kay, David Pyette Sr., John McKim, Rev. Mr. Payne.|
Article: Fairview Methodist Church continued.|
Photo: of Jas. Purvis hard at work plowing snow in 1937, submitted by Bud Thorburn.
|25||Article: Homes in Silver Water as remembered by Daisy Foster -- Mr. Sims, Mrs. Lane, J.B. Graham, John Edmonds, Ted Addison, Wm. Priddle, Archie Duncanson, Arden Duncan, Charlie Hutton, Bert Fleming, Billy Cooks, Dan Stewart, Joe Addison, Johnney Kemp, Duke Kane, Hugh Stevens, Ernie Forester, Sandy Rumley, Lindsay Johnston, Ed Priddle, Golden Noble, Harry Noble Sr., Harry Noble, Mrs. Wm. Clark, Jasper Noble, Ed Clarke, Wm. Clarke, Harry Farthing, Geo. Trick, Arthur Edmonds, Reece Trick, Wilbert Edmonds, Clarence Edmond, Barney Addison, John Cameron, Louie Kemp, Wes Hazzard, Jim Crawford, Ed Hopkins, Lauchie Duncanson, Geo. Cook, Norman Duncanson, Williard Cooks, Orland Wismer, Grannie Cook, Jacob Rumley, Freddie Rulmley, Roy Smythe, Andy McMillan, Lawrence Morrell.|
|26||Article: The Forster Farm, letter submitted by Daisy (Addison) Forster -- W.L. Kemp, Charles Kemp, William Alexander, Wesley Hazzard, Hugh Stephens, Kate Kemp, Frank Lovelace, E. Forster.|
Article: Darrel and Edna Hazzard farm -- John Wetherall, Benjamin Hopkins, Edward Hopkins,
John Duncanson, Wilbert Edmonds, Harry Noble, Clifford Rumley.|
Article: Farm History in Robinson Township -- John Edmonds, John Wetherall, Wilbert Wetherall, Ted Addison, J. Shepperd.
Article: History of Part of Lot 25, Concession 8 -- Jerry Lennard, Jim Crawford, Jacob Rumley,
Arthur Edmonds, Ted Addison, Neil McKays, Mrs. Snook, Bob Phillip, Mrs. Grub, Mrs. John Hopkins, Jacob Ruley,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clarke, Bill McGibbon, Jim Crawford, Frank Lovelace.|
Article: Residence of Frances Colville and J. Clarence Edmonds -- Frank Sinclair, John Priddle, Leatha Priddle, Arthur Edmonds.
Article: Do you remember when? -- Miss Rose Wice, Mr. and Mrs. George Brooks, Mr. Dunk McEachern, James Lether, Messrs. Fred and Joe Noland, Andrew McArthur, Thomas Hunter, George Hunter, Frank Wagg Jr., Frank Wagg Sr.
Photo: Gore Bay High School Hockey Team, submitted by Lyman Gibbs -- Mung Wright, Ab McLean,
Lym Gibbs, Bus Clark, Andy Elliott, Ross Barrington, teacher Ray McColeman, Charlie McLean, Harry Porter.|
Photo: of Tom Porter Sr.
Photo: of Gore Bay High School Team on the road, submitted by Lyman Gibbs -- horse drawn
sleigh owned by Sandy Burns, driven by Ray McColeman.|
Poem: What a Language.
Article: The Wrong Tooth -- Lawrence, Nelson, Cecil and Norris, Dr. McIntosh.|
Photo: of coal being loaded on a ship in Little Current, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.|
Poem: To An Automobile.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of William Hilliard and Miss Carter out for a horse and buggy ride, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell.|
|2||Indexes, subscription details.|
Photo: sailing Kagawong, courtesy Helen (Tracy) Croswell.|
Article: Three Deliveries A Week -- Catherine Runnalls, Tom Latta, John C. Ross.
|4, 5||Article: Chief Black Bird Who Led Raid on Fort Deaborn Manitoulin Isle Figure -- Chief J.B. Assikinack, Francis Assikinack, Chief Black Bird, Capt. Head, Father Badeau, Jean Baptiste Assikinack, Isaac Assikinack, Joseph Assikinack, Achitewens Assikinack, Benjamin Assikinack and Francis Assikinack.|
Photo: of accident taken by George "Bud" Thorburn.|
Article: Tragic Accident at Gore Bay -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wismer, Roy and Alburtta Cummings, Judge Hewson Hill, George Thorburn, Mrs. Violet Panton.
|7||Article: Car Accident Fatal to Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Wismer of Gore Bay, May 1940 -- Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Cumming, Harry Noble, Dr. F.A. Strain, Rev. E.A. Currey, A.J. Turner, Oscar Bennett.|
|8, 9||Article: Manitoulin Indians on the Warpath, submitted by John and Ethel Prior, from the York Herald July 1863.|
Article: Huronia, a Sketch of the Homeland of the Huron Indians, and a Summary of the Christian
Missions Established Amongst Them.|
Photo: of Doctor Davis of Mindemoya and Bill Hilliard of Kagawong.
Photo: of Bob Thorburn by a black bear he shot in 1955, submitted by Bud Thorburn.|
Article: Mrs. John Jeffkins Account.
|14||Article: Beginnings: by Mrs. Clare (nee Runnalls) Lane, as told to Diane Robbins -- Arthur Lane, William Roszel, William Roszel Jr., Hector Roszel, Mrs. John Hastie, Roszel, Annie (Mrs. Frank Alexander) Hoszel, Emma (Mrs. Jack Badgerow) Hoszel, Lloyd Hoszel, Walter Jennings, Joseph McTaggert, Frank Morden, Bob Greenman, Peter Archdeacon.|
|15||Article: Beginnings continued -- Lewis Runnalls, Mr. Archdeacon, Prudence Archdeacon, Tom Greer, Charlotte Greer, George Noble, John Jeffkins, Mr. T.B. Greenman, Mrs. Tom Greenman, John Jennings, Mr. Long, Sarah Lotta (Mrs. George Badgerow), Archibald Latta, Hector McLean, Nelson Runnalls.|
|16||Article: Beginnings continued -- Burton Witty, Kate (Mrs. George Cole) Witty, Jack, George and Harry Witty, Mr. Burch, Mr. Copeland, John Long, Mary Mervin, Tim Emery, Jim Merrylees, Wes Greenman, Mrs. Phalen, Roy and Morley Campbell.|
|17||Photo: of Clare and Arthur Lane, submitted by Evelyn Lane.|
Poems: Inheritance -- Bailey, Baxter, Burns, Buchanan, Beaton, Boyd, Campbell, Cummings, Curry,
Clark and Cook; Davis, Fraser, Gibbs, Donaldson, Gordon, and McGill; Graham, Johnston, MacColman, McDermid; MacDonald
and McLean; MacIntosh, MacKenzie, Wright; MacLaughlan, McMillan, McQuarrie; Gilmore, Galbraith, McGregor; MacDougall,
McRae, by Jane (Nauman) McRae.|
Photo: William Griffith camp at Tobacco Lake, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell.
|19||Photo: of a Manitoulin road, submitted b y Helen (Tracy) Croswell.|
|20||Article: Reminiscing, submitted by John and Ethel Prior, 1968 -- Adam Casson, Mrs. Alex Burns, Miss Annie Buchanan, Mrs. Tom Porter, Geo. McRae, Ross Strain, J.T. Hall, Mr. E.A. Graham, Larry Lane, Neil McIntosh.|
Article: Reminiscing continued -- R. Robinson, Bill Atkinson, Messrs.
Alex and John Purvis.|
Photo: this group shot taken at Norley Wood Camp, New Forest, England, March 1917, of the Regiment that Providence Bay man Corporal A.V. Buck was a member.
|22||Photo: Gore Bay and Providence Bay Baseball Teams 1954 -- OPP Officer Stenabau, Frank Debaissige, Platt Purvis, Bob Prior, Tom Newburn, Ted Jackson, Bill Clarke, Bud Priddle, Allan Graham, Roy Bisson, Ken Bessy, Neil McDermid, Doug Patterson, John Alexander, Blair Clarke, Gary LaSarge, Blair McDermid, Murray McDermid, Harold Arnold, Irving McDermid, Howard Dewar, Murray Beange, Garry McFarlane, Morley LaSarge, Frank Priddle, Honorable Lester B. Pearson, Jim Prestage, Grant Priddle.|
|23||Photo: Providence Bay Ball Club 1890 -- Jack Gordon, Jack Lougheed, Alex Nantes, George Reid, Alymer Pattison, Dougal Buie, Rev. A.W. Lougheed and John Galbraith.|
|24||Article: Fishing Trip ends in Tragedy -- Bernard Boyle, Jack and George Raymond, Ted Quinkert, John Boyle, Constable John Reed, Bernard Michael Boyle.|
|25||Article: The Barrie Island Telephone Company -- J. Jennings, D. Griffith, W.C. Runnalls, Mr. Turner, Mr. J. Jeffkins.|
|26||Article: The Turners of Little Current -- Isaac Turner, Byron Hawkins Turner.|
|27||Photo and Article: The Turners of Little Current.|
Article: The Turners of Little Current continued -- Grant Turner,
Byron H. Turner.|
Photo: of Berry Mill in Kagawong, submitted by Helen Tracy Croswell.
|29||Article: Woodward's Cash Store, Manitowaning and Gore Bay -- Charles Woodward, May Culham, Elizabeth Anderson, John Anderson.|
Article: Woodward's Cash Store continued -- John Anderson,
John Woodward, Charles Woodward, Mr. Parkinson.|
Article: John Moquam Found Dead in Wood Camp, 1932 -- Gabriel Walkhouse, John Moquam Sr., Jas. Moquam, Gesis Moquan.
Photo: Obelisks of Ice, 1942, submitted by Bud Thorburn.|
Article: John Moquam Found Dead continued -- A. Morrell,
Advertisement: for Gidley Ford, Penetang.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of Mr. George Tustian and daughter Emma.|
|2||Indexes, and subscription information.|
|3||Photo: with Cecil Merrylees and William Thorburn on a horse drawn wagon, submitted by Bud Thorburn.|
Poem: Sorrow for the Lost, composed by Bob Tustian (1891) relating to the loss of his
siblings Johnnie, Eddy, Ben and Lizzie -- children of George and Annie Tustian.|
Photo: where the children were buried under a tree behind the house.
Poem: Sorrow for the Lost, continued.|
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. George Tustian and their youngest daughter Emma (Dearing).
Photo: family picture taken at Emma Tustian and Milt Dearing's wedding, 1911 -- Bob and Minnie
Tustian, Alburtta Greenfield, Dick Tustian.|
Photo: of George and Annie Tustian with their daughter Emma.
Photo: of the homestead of Robert Rivett.|
Photo: Emma Tustian and Milton Dearing before their marriage.
|8||Article: Indians on Manitoulin Celebrate Queen of the Mission Centennial -- Chief Andrew Trudeau, Andy Paul, Rev. George Nunau, Bishop Dignan, Father Fanial Hannin, Genevive Hill.|
|9-13||Article: The Settlers of the Portage -- George S. Gallagher, Colen Campbell, Delila McKey, Samuel Ireton, Edward and Jane Noland, Dave Miller, Thomas Robinson.|
|13||Photo: shows Bill Hilliard feeding his pet deer c. 1907, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell.|
Article: Mr. R.R. Gamey, MPP (1912) -- Joseph Gamey, James M. Fraser.|
Photo: of Mr. R.R. Gamey, MPP.
|15-19||Article: The Member from Manitoulin -- Robert Rosswell Gamey.|
|20||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians -- Willard Hall, John Hall, Frank A. Myers, Jane Dinsmore, Gus Rivet, Andrew Willet, Peter Chatreau, Grant Kemp, Chief Punebekezhik, Chief Jonmuquoum, Chief Mocotaikioshk, Andrew Hall, Bob Thorburn, Ed Noland, John Baker.|
Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued --
Chief Punebekezhik, Chief Giwaiquoum, Johnny Moquam, Chief Mocotaikioshk.|
Poem: Wartime Prayer, by A.E. Stacey.
|22||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Tom Beckerton, James, John, Robert, Harry, Sarah Anne, Agnes and Emily Beckerton, Mr. Clark, settlers; Neeley, Emery, Wilson, Tom Porter, Robert Porter and Milligan, Collin Campbell, Sam Wright, Mowat, Jack Sidney, Colin Campbell, John Cook, William Bailey, James Bailey.|
|23||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Jim Poquam, McGregor's farm, Joe Noland, James Beckerton, J.M. Fraser, John Abell, John Beckerton, Jack Witty, John Moore, Duke Beckerton, Jack Mitchell.|
|24||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Harry Beckerton, William Paisley, Chief Moquam, Bob and Mary Stuart, Jim Poquam, Joe Debnis, Bill Shabidon, Annie Piqua, Gesis Moquam, John Moquam, Joe Debina, Bill Shabidon, Fred Noland, Willard Hall Jr., Jack Mitchell, Nobscot Poquam, Jim Poquam.|
|25||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Sam Wright, Chief Mukety, john Moquam, Edward Noland, John Baker, George Gallagher, W.J. Robinson, Bill Robinson, John Robinson, Colin Campbell, William Bailey.|
|26||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Tom Beckerton.|
|27||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- John Moquam, Bill Shabidon.|
|28||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Bob Stuart, Mary Moquam, John Moquam, Ray Merrylees, Tom Griffith, George Bridges, Jim McKinley, Jim Poquam, Chief Bill Shabidon.|
|29||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- John Moquam, Bill Shabidon, Fred Noland, Jim Moquam, Joe Moquam, Gesis Moquam.|
|30||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Bill Shabidon, Jim Poquam, Mr. A.B. Petrie, George Gallagher, Levis Mabegezhik.|
|31||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued -- Joe Noland, Marty R. Thorburn, Robert Thorburn, Williard Hall, Nitchi Thorburn, John Moquam, Gesis Moquam.|
|32||Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued.|
Article: Manitoulin Island Pioneers and the Obidgewong Indians continued.|
Article: Drawing the Lines -- Frances Bolgar, J.W. FitzGerald, G. Brockit Abrey, J.T. Patten.
Photo: Shingle Mill in Michael's Bay.|
Article: History of Tehkummah -- G.B. Abbey, J.W. Fitzergerald, S.R. Ewen, Wm. D. Hall, Robert Batty, J.J. Russell, James Johnston, Alphens Adams.
Photo: Michael's Bay Students.|
Photo: Little Red School House.
Photo: of Whit McDonald.|
Article: History of Tehkummah -- Thomas Batman, Ben Bayer, Sam Sloan, S.R. McEwen, Wm. Porter, John Hannah, Mr. Dawson, Jas. Porter, Mr. Bowler, Lorne McCauley, Robert Russell, Earl Williamson, Robt. Russell, Clarence Martin, Phil Smeltzer, Reid Sloan, Victor Anitice, Fred Wagg, J.A. Ward, Mrs. Wm. Pyette, Mrs. H. Little, Mr. Thos. Martin, Mr. H. Martin, Mr. Robt. Russell.
|37||Article: Double Drowning Shocks Whole Community, Providence Bay 1933 -- William Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Purvis, James Young, M. McQuarrie, Robert Morden, Leon Pattison, George, Leonard and Ivan Purvis, M. McQuarrie, S.A. Casson, Donald McQuarrie, Douglas Buchanan, Chester Pearson, J. Bracken, I. Woods, J. Johnson, Geo. Witty.|
Obituary: James Young Jr. -- Edward Purvis, Mrs. L. Nolan, Mrs. William Stoneman,
Mrs. A. Thompson, Oscar Young, William Young, George Young.|
Obituary: William (aka Bill) C. Purvis; wife Dorothy Langford -- Billie Purvis, Margaret (Mrs. Jas. Smith) Purvis, Eileen Purvis, Mary Louise Purvis, Clarence Purvis, Albert Purvis.
Article: Manitoulin Hay Teamed to Blind River -- Albert Solomon.|
Subscription rates, form and application.
|Photo: 1916 -- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, Grace Gordon and husband.|
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|Hand coloured postcard: 1908 -- Lizzie T., Miss Nellie Griffith. Submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell.|
|2||Indexes and subscription details.|
Article: A version of Mother Shipton's prophecy. Submitted by Mrs. Nelson Fogal.|
Notice: in loving memory of our founding editor Lorne H.E. McQuarrie.
Letter to the Editor: Marjorie Della Hunt, Mrs. Deanna Easthope.|
Letter to the Editor: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dearing, Irene (Sheppard) Dearing, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dearing, Mr. and Mrs.Geo. Tustian, Mrs. Emma Dearing.
Article: On and Off, 1931.
Article: Timbering in Manitoulin District -- E.F. Priddle Paper Company.|
Article: The E.F. Priddle Timber Company, submitted by Grant Priddle -- Bud Priddle, Burt Witty, Edward McFarlane, Jean Purvis, Jim Harrison.
Photo: The Mamzutti and the Epinette -- Captain Bob Mordon, Grant Priddle.|
Photo: Alfred Cada and John Hall clearing a road for the Ontario Paper Co.
Article: Timbering in Manitoulin District -- George Everett, Joe Addison.|
Photo: the Fisher, by J.A. Fisher, Grant Priddle, Alex Fraser.
Photo: Bud Priddle, Janet Priddle, Bob Morden, Marjorie, Grant Priddle, Rick and Kirk Strain, Bob. Submitted by Grant Priddle.
Photo: A view from the shoreline of the "Mamzutti" with the "Epinette"
Article: Loading Pulpwood at Cook's Dock -- James Kinney, Alex Wabegijik, Capt. Graham, Park Sawyer, Joe Rumley, Howard Rumley, John Rowen.
Photo: The loader the Grass E. Bay takes on timber.|
Article: Loading Pulpwood at Cook's Dock continued -- Bob Morden, Sam Beck, Alex McColeman, Jim Bryan, Harold Bailey, Jack Patterson, Ches Hazzard, Ross McLean, Gordon Dinsmore, Bill Dinsmore, Darrel Hazzard, Kirk Strain, Ish Bailey, Elwood Campbell, Angus Matheson, Alex Fraser, Ewart Lloyd, Arden Duncanson, Angus McDougall, Capt. Roberts.
Photo: Pulpwood being loaded on this ship in pallets.|
Photo: Loader dropping timber onto a ship.
Article: Loading Pulpwood at Cook's Dock continued -- Neil McDonald, M. Montgomery.
Photo: of Gordon Dinsmore and Alex McColeman.|
Article: Loading Pulpwood at Cook's Dock continued -- Jim Witty, Dave Debassige, Clarence Walker.
Article: Ontario Paper Company -- Jake Rumley, Norman McDonald, James Rayner, Al Brewer,
Jack Cornish, Bill Parks, Art Racey, George Jackson, Dennis Brophy, Ches Burns, W.R. Jones, Jim Prestage, Doug Prestage,
Bill Dinsmore, Bud Priddle, Grant Priddle, Francis Debassige, Bruno Debassige, Hall Kewley, Ches Burns, Ken Bessey.|
Photo: Ches Burns operates the company machine that removes the bark as Aus Wright and Milt Brett look on.
Article: Ontario Paper Company continued -- John Hall, Clarence Purvis,
Orval Myers, Ches Burns, Bob Morden, Art Racey, George Trick, Jim Rayner.|
Photo: full loads of wood a challenge for Company truck.
Photo: Log peeling machine.|
Article: Ontario Paper Company continued -- Howard Dinsmore, Ish Bailey, Earl Mandigo.
Photo: Aerial view of timber boom at Cook's Dock.|
Article: Ontario Paper Company continued -- Jackson, Art Hinds, J.F. Walker, Bert Best, J.F. Walker, Roy Nichols, John Hall.
Article: Ontario Paper Company continued -- Bill Parks.|
Photo: Norm MacDonald and Jake Rumley pose for the camera -- Tom Porter, Frank Priddle, Doc Hinds, Doc Strain, Adam Casson, Charlie Wright, Doc Baker, Grant Priddle, Etta Gerwin.
Photo: of Donald Murray, courtesy of Grant Priddle.|
Photo: of boom of timber, courtesy of Grant Priddle.
Article: Ontario Paper Company continued -- Dominic Antoine, Ed McFarlane, Mr. Walker, and Romeo Commett.
Article: Ontario Paper Company continued -- Bob Prior, Mr. Walker,
Article: New ferry "Jacqueline" ready for service, 1931.
Article: Will This Winter Be Very Severe, 1933.
|19, 20||Article: The Changing Face of Little Current -- Arnold Smith, Mr. Geiger, Mr. Boyter, Almer Vincent, Ed Smith, Harold Ham, Arnold Smith.|
Article: Hydro Plant at Kagawong Now Retired, 1961.|
Photos: of the penstock where water was converted from the Kagawong river. The man is Fred Graham. Submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell.
|22||Article: Budget's Settlement, submitted by John and Ethel Prior, written in 1944 by Jas. R. Tilston -- Robert Stapleton, Henry Vanzant, John C. Budge, Jack Vanzant, John Leach, Edward Sparrow, Alex McGillis, Mr. Page, Mr. and Mrs. Torrie, Dr. Torrie, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Donald Smith, John Schoeder, Abraham Hughson, Bob Wallace, Thomas Pollard, Capt. William McCoy, Mr. J.C. Trees, Gilbert Watson, Andrew Lane, John Long, Mr. B.G. Dawes, Thomas Ham, Mrs. J.C. Irving, Chief Angus Assiginack, Edward McLennan, Chester Smith, Mr. Brown.|
|23||Photo: Gore Bay before 1911.|
|24||Article: Reminiscences of Manitoulin, from 1875 to 1932, by M.R. Thorburn -- Willard Hall, Andrew Willet, Father Nadeau, Hugh and Allan McKay, Mr. Blair, Mr. Grant, Allan Cameron, Hugh McKay, Harold Purvis, Bella Munro, David Munro, William Porter.|
|25||Article: The Manitoulin at last has a Steam Train, 1930.|
|26||Photo: of Billings Institute 1908, submitted by Mrs. Emma Dearing -- Mrs. Ab Thompson, Marion Rumley, Erma Dickout, Florence McLaren, Susie Campbell, Margaret McArthur, Celine Wyman, Mrs. Wiber, Florence MacKenzie, Margaret Thompson, Blanche Foster, Mrs. Archie Thompson, May Munro, Mattie Bailie, Minnie Tustian, Ella Dickout, Elsie MacKenzie, Emma (Buck) Tustian, Emma (Dearing) Tustian, Grace Thompson.|
|27, 28||Article: Ancient Indian tribes once roamed Manitoulin Island.|
Photo: of the McClinchey Boarding House, Kagawong, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell) --
McKenzie home, Vera Boyd.|
Obituary: 1973 of Grace Hewson Knight, husband Cyril W. Knight -- Judge Charles Hewson, George Purvis Jr., Clara Brett Martin.
|30||Poems: The Friend We Like; Home Again; Tears.|
|31||Article: Silver Water Picnic of 1889 -- E. Addison, J. Addison, G.H. Cook, W. Kemp, D. Duncanson, Chas. Kemp, Willind Cook, S. Symth, E. Cook, W. Priddle, A. McMillian, J. Kemp, Thomas Ness, E.K. Roberts.|
|Photo: of a cattle sale in 1955.|
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|Couples out riding in cutter drawn by horse, in Gore Bay.|
Article: Fall Freeze, 1933, by Grant Turner.|
Article: Little Current Ferry frozen in at present, 1933.
Article: Island Rural Telephone Co. Ltd. -- John D. McColeman, W.I. Wagg, Alex Caddell, Neil J. McColeman,
John D. McColeman.|
Article: Tribute to a Great Ball Player -- Frank Debassige, Cliff Gibbs. Contributed by Mel Bock, 1970.
Article: Manitoulin Turkeys -- R.E. Cumming, E.D. Bonnyman, Charlie Robertson.|
Photo: of turkeys as far as you can see, courtesy of Charlie Robinson.
Photo: of a turkey plant in Gore Bay, 1958.|
Article: Manitoulin Turkeys continued.
Photo: of newly born poults in an incubator on Charlie Robertson's Checkerhill Turkey Farm.
Article: Manitoulin Turkeys continued -- Earl Graham, Foster and Angus Greenfield.|
Notice: of award winning turkey exhibits.
|8.||Photos: of the window displays of Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., Toronto, taken before Christmas, after they had purchased Manitoulin turkeys, courtesy of Charlie Robertson.|
|9.||Photos: of turkeys, on with Clyde VanZant helping prepare turkeys for market.|
Article: Manitoulin Turkeys continued -- Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Cockrane, Charlie Robertson.|
Article: You're Telling Me, what a difference a few years make.
|11.||Photo: of Jack Hunt, Harry Lloyd, Aus Hunt Sr., and Bill Hilliard with two wolfhounds they shot in 1994, courtesy of Helen (Tracy) Croswell.|
|12.||Photo: of the Griffith family before 1900, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell -- William, Donald, Matthew, Thomas, George, Bob, Mrs. Jane Griffith, Nellie and Thomas Griffith.|
Photo: of Griffith children, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Crosswell -- Max and Jean Griffith are captured by J.L. Wismer's
Article: A Busy Saturday night, 1940 -- Mr. Hiram Pearson.
|14.||Article: Bush fires threaten Town and countryside, 1932/3 -- Jas. Purvis and Sons, Peter Peterson.|
|15.||Article: The Manitoulin Advisory Union, 1912 -- Mr. A.J. Wagg.|
Article: The Manitoulin Advisory Union continued -- B.H. Turner, W.I. Wagg, J.B. Wallace, George Emiry,
George Emiry, George H. Cook, Robert Russell.|
Obituary: Oct 1920 -- Dougald McGibbon, Rev. J.D. New, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Kemp. Children: William, Mrs. C. Rumley, Mrs. E. Williams, Alex, Earl, Hugh, Clara and Edith.
|17.||Photo: of a shipment of cars for Bill Hilliard, submitted by Helen Croswell -- Jack Seabrook, Cudd Brown, Vic Coulter and Bob Morrison.|
|18-22.||Article: The Great Manitoulin, 1837 -- Mr. Jarvis, Chief Mokomaunish, Shinguaconse, Mrs. Jameson.|
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Hannah Cosby on their 50th Anniversary, 1937.|
Article: Cosby family of Green Bay -- William Cosby, Thomason Jeffery Gilbert, William John Cosby, Charles Cosby, Sarah Jan Cosby, Emily Cosby.
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. William Cosby.|
Article: Cosby family of Green Bay continued -- Sarah married Stuart Clarke, Charles married Hannah Jane Moody (10 children together).
Photo: of Grant Bayer.
|25.||Article: Difference Between Imagination and Self Experience, by Lee Brandow -- Earl Pickard, Mrs. Laura Brandow, Johnny Pickard, Mrs. Cornelius.|
|26.||Article: Getting to the Island via Little Current -- Jack Trimmer, Norman Trotter, Captain Smith, Captain Ferguson.|
|27.||Photo: a look at the swing bridge in Little Current form above.|
Article: Getting to the Island via Little Current continued.|
Photo: of the Hiawatha as it heads from La Cloche Island, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.
|29.||Article: Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary at Meldrum Bay, 1933 -- Mr. and Mrs. George Wickett, Rev. William McAuley Tooke, Miss Donna Murray, Miss Mary Wickett, Miss Besse Wickett, Mrs. Donald Murray, Mrs. Louis Stevens, Arthur Wickett, John Wickett, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Donaldson, Mrs. Stewart Clarke, Mrs. Tom Thompson, Sheriff J. Haddow.|
Poem: I'll Not Forget, by Muskeg Pete.|
Article: Black Chipmunk Found on East Bluff, 1951 -- Bill Ritching.
Poem: We are living for what Edna Jaques said men fought for.|
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
|Photo: of Gore Bay as it was prospering.|
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4th Anniversary Issue.|
Photo: of John McVey driving home a cord of timber with his team and sled.
|3.||Note from the Editor about conserving our heritage on Manitoulin.|
|4.||Photo: of Henry Wood's farm.|
|5.||Article: The Wood Farm, by Ev Proctor -- Henry Wood, William Hall, Lloyd Hall, Bill Wood, Jack Wood, Albert Long, Wm. Linley, Miss Sides, Robert Sides, Mrs. James Foster, Jim Wood, Albert Wood, Herb Wood, Hazel Wood, Andrew Wood, Frank Wood, Nelson Wood.|
|6.||Article: The Wood Farm continued -- Andrew and Frank Wood, Wm. Strain, James Proctor, Clive and Mary Panton. Photo: of the Gore Bay School, submitted by Lyman Gibbs.|
|7.||Article: Manitoulin in 1909 -- Mr. A.E. Graham, Mrs. Jennings, Dr. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Thorburn, McKenzie rebellions, Thos. Griffith, Mr. F.W. Major, Capt. T. Sims, Sam Hall, W. Martin, Wm. Robinson, M.R. Thorburn, Jas. Stone, Fred Strain, Mr. J. Vanmeer.|
|8.||Article: Manitoulin in 1909 continued -- Mr. Hare, Mr. Creighton, Miss Platt, Russell Noble, Mr. E.A. Letts, B.H. Turner, Mr. Dyment, O. (?) Mastin, Snowdon family, John McKay, R.J. Porter, John McKenzie, Gordon Milligan, Jos. Armstrong.|
|9.||Article: A.E. Graham, MPP 1934 -- James Pliney Whitney, George W. Ross, R.R. Gamey.|
Article: A.E. Graham continued.|
Photo and notice: Mr. A.E. Graham appointed to the position of Immigration & Colonization Agent.
Article: Hockey in Honora, be Cecil McVey -- Gid Hawke's mill, Harry Marshall, Roy Collins, Lawrence Collins,
George Armstrong, Roy Armstrong, Albert McVey, John McVey, Harry Middaugh, Mike Smith, Wm. Ferguson, Bob King,
Jim Cushing, Randolf MacDonald, Thomas Jackman, Jack McKechnie, Sandy MacDonald, Roy Becks, Thomas Smith, Aus Hunt Jr.,
Aus Hunt Sr., Fred Graham, Geo. Boyd, Johny Graham, Norman Pierce, Steward Hunt, (?) Lebar, Earn Boyd, Tom Prestage,
Photo: Albert McVey is suited up to play.
Photo: The Mail Wagon -- Tom Smith.
Photo: Ella McVey and Tina Hawke.|
Photo: Albert McVey and Marge Rogers.
Photo: Mr. and Mrs. George McVey and granddaughter Deloris.
Photo: of an unknown boy.
|13.||Article: Tempest Tossed the story of the George A. Graham.|
|14.||Article: Tempest Tossed the story of the George A. Graham continued -- Capt. Ewart.|
|15.||Article: The Carnarvon Monument -- Lieut. Austin Wyard Blackie, Pte. Ernest John Blackie, Pte. Robert Richard Hill, Pte. James Turley Pattison, Pte. William Leslie Riching, G.B. Nicholson, Beniah Bowman, Judge Hewson, Rev. William Munro, Major Hamilton, W.M. Turley, Bill Thomson, Frank Duncanson, W. Johnson.|
|16.||Notice: of the Memorial Service and unveiling of the monument to Manitoulin soldiers, Sept. 15, 1921.|
|17.||Order of Service and Hymns -- Mr. Bradford, Rev. Munro, Bill Thomas, Judge Hewson, G.B. Nicholson, Hon. Beniah Bowman, MPP, Frank Duncanson, Major Hamilton, W.M. Turley, Buglers Johnson and Sims.|
Photo: of the John Kerr Family, 1917 -- John Kerr, Janet Nickle, Sandy Kerr, Mave Bailey, Annie Jaffray, and Mary Harper.
Missing is Bessie Joliffe.|
Article: History of the Kerr family, complied by the Kerr sisters -- John Ramsay.
Article: History of the Kerr family continued, Sandy Kerr --
Peter McArthur, Alexander (Sandy) Kerr, Mary Orr, John Kerr,
Alexander (married Anne McArthur), Elizabeth (married Noble Jolliffe).|
Article: The Peter McArthur family -- wife Mary Campbell, children: Anne (Mrs. Andrew Ednie) (Mrs. Sandy Kerr), Charles McArthur, Julia (Mrs. John Kerr), Catherine (Mrs. James Ednie), Archibald McArthur, Peter John McArthur, Jane (Mrs. Robert Robinson), Janet (Mrs. Henry Robinson), Sarah Ellen (Mrs. John McAnsh), Margaret McArthur.
Photo: of the McArthur family, 1917 -- Janet Robinson, Mary Ednie, Margaret McArthur, Jane Robinson, Anne Kerr, Julia Kerr,
Peter McArthur, Sandy Campbell.|
The John Kerr family -- married Julia McArthur, John A. Campbell, Jim Brown, Mr. Nickle, John Rowe, Mrs. Clarke.
|21.||Photo: of John Kerr's family, 1918 -- Christina, Annie, Janet, Mary, Cassie (Mrs. Alf Brandow), Grace, Laura, Catherine Brandow. Absent is Duncan Kerr.|
|22.||Article: The John Kerr family continued -- Mary married Cecil Taylor, then Stewart Wright, Duncan married Dorothea Spees, Laura Julia married Robert Gibson, Janet Kerr, Grace married William Rowe, Christina Kerr.|
|23.||Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr on their Golden Wedding Anniversary.|
|24.||Article: Word Pictures of the Past, 1912 -- Jim Irving, Friar Tuck, Brink and Ed Bassingthwaite, W.R. Abrey, A.C. Campbell, Tebishiko.|
|25.||Article: Word Pictures of the Past continued -- George Playter, Robert Henry, Rev. Mr. James, Hugh McKay.|
Article: Word Pictures of the Past continued -- Father Duranquet, D.R. Mashkikininny, Co. Jack, Tabishko.|
Article: Manitowaning man dies from fall, 1897 -- Alexander McNevin, Mr. J.T. Burns, Dr. J.W. McIntosh, Dr. McDonald, Rev. Rennie. Left behind a wife and six children.
|27.||Photo: of Charles Burt family gathered on the porch of their home c.1900.|
|28.||Article: Man lived for nine days with body submerged, 1926 -- Captain Noble Thomas Joliffe, Mr. W. Wright.|
|29.||Poems: I Shall and The Impossible, by Blanche Griffin.|
Advertisement: for Sam Lee Laundry, Gore Bay.|
Article: Billings Socialistic Picnic -- J.D. Munro, Rev. J.D. Byrnes, F.E. Titus, J.H. McMillan.
Article: Steamer Runs Aground, 1897, steamer barge Chas. L. Heird.
|31.||Subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
|Photo: of Meredith Street Gore Bay, 1915.|
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|3.||Poems and lyrics: Ring Out Wild Bells by Vilda Sauvage Owens. Ring, Happy Bells by Tennyson. June in January by M.E. Lane. Questioning by M.E. Lane.|
|4.||Photo: Kagawong Hockey Team 1909, submitted by Helen (Tracy) Croswell -- N. Thompson, G. Badgerow, T.J. Thompson, J. McGill, V. LaRush, W. Hunt, W. Hilliard, L. LaRush, Ronnie Gordon.|
|5.||Article: Holy Cross Mission Church History, Wikwemikong -- Father Prouix, Father Jean Pierre Chone, Ferdinand Roque, Father Joseph Hanipax, Father Point.|
Article: Holy Cross Mission Church History, Wikwemikong continued -- Chief Assiginaki, Chief Attagewinini,
Article: Wikwemikong Church, Parish Hall and Rectory Destroyed by Fire.
Article: Wikwemikong Church, Parish Hall and Rectory Destroyed by Fire continued -- Rev. D. Hannin, Rev. R.J.
Oliver, Father Prouix.|
Poem: Next Year by Rose L. Firth.
Photo: Indian Treaty House, submitted by Joan Campbell.|
Progress Report, 1843: Evidence.
|9.||Article: Progress Report, 1843: Evidence continued.|
|10.||Photo: The Ladies Guild, submitted by Gertie Noble -- Mrs. Elizabeth Willet, Minnie Willet, Jane Donaldson, Nellie Palmer, Jessie Donaldson.|
|11.||Article: Extracts from Manitoulin Reformer, Aug. 1905 -- C.E. Hayes, Inspector McLaughlin, Miss Florence Hay, Miss Helen Griffith, Miss Ida Somerville, Miss Ardelia McGill, Miss Jean Grant, Flora Thorburn, Aggie Allen, Jessie Thorburn, Alf Johnson, Arthur J. Corbett, Miss Frankie Tucker, Daisy Cole, Hattie Purdy, Edith Hamilton, Isaac Johnson, Wm. Barr, Capt. W.J. Cole, Capt. Monkhouse, Thos. Porter, Sam Wright, Alf Johnson, Mr. Fraser, Thomas Robertson, Stuart Clarke, Wallace Milligan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dinsmore, Mr. and Mrs. Grant, W.W. Bell, Frank Wagg, R. Robinson, A.J. Cooper, Neil McIntosh, Dr. J.S. Brooks, W.H. Guinn, W.R. Young, Stewart Clarke, A.H. Cain, Fred Smith, F.E. Titus, J.H. Craig, A.G. Murray, Robt. Thorburn, S.M. Fraser, A.G. Murray, Peter Caddel, Thos. Fisther, Neil McDougall, T.R. Lougheed, Jas. W. Kerr, Wm. Thorburn, J.L. Wismer, John Fraser, Geo. Peters, Chas. Snow, Dr. Johnstone, John Mutchmore, W. Jackson, D. Bickell.|
Photo: of pioneer Robert Lewis, by Stan Johnson.|
Inscription: from tombstone in Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery -- Robert Lewis, Matilda Buchanan, Thomas Lewis, Robert Lewis Jr.
Article: about Robert Lewis -- Eliza Orr, Mr. John Jeffkins, Mr. Trotter, Mr. A.E. Letts, Sarah Ann Lewis, Matilda Lewis,
Jane Lewis, Arden Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cole.|
Photo: of the Orr sisters -- Isabella, Sarah, Jane, Eliza and Margaret.
Photo: of the Lewis home in Gore Bay.|
Article: about Robert Lewis continued -- Mr. and Mrs. Ken Buchanan, James and Betty Johnson, Norman Buchanan, Ed Jackson, Leonard Jackson, Allan Graham, R.R. Gamey, Ilif Stanley, Helen Mitchell, Jean Rasmussen, Mrs. Stan Runnals, Mrs. Floyd Walker.
|15.||Photo: of Miss Mary Turnbull and three of her students.|
Photo: of the J.H. Thorburn family in 1900, submitted by Bud Thorburn -- Mr. J.H. Thorburn, Annie, Katherine, Robert,
Jessie, Mungo, Flora, Mrs. Annie Thorburn, Donald, Margaret, George and Mary.|
Article: Gore Bay market prices in 1897 -- bushel of peas .36 cents.
Article: Found Guilty, John Smith Ran An Illicit Still.|
Article: Little Current hot foot after Federal building.
|18.||Article: Glimpses of History, submitted by Mrs. Emily Rolston -- Frank Wagg, Elizabeth Cooke, Mrs. Gossey.|
|19.||Article: about Robert Lewis continued -- David Vanhorn, Colman Wagg, Ed Leet, Mrs. Corbierre.|
|20.||Article: about Robert Lewis continued -- Mr. Hodgson.|
|21.||Article: about Robert Lewis continued -- Mr. McKay, Aggie Vincer, Colman Wagg, Mr. Wheeler, Tracy family.|
|22.||Article: about Robert Lewis continued -- Mr. Taylor, John Cochrane.|
Article: about Robert Lewis continued -- Mr. McPherson.|
Article: Steamer Telegram Burned, 1908 -- Capt. Waugh, R.T. McLaughlin, R. Tasker.
Article: Not ready to go just yet -- Mrs. Owl.|
Article: Whoa There, by Edmon Long and Lawrence Runnalls -- John Jeffkins, Fred Ellis.
|25.||Photo: of Water Street in Little Current, c. 1901, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.|
Poem: Why Worry?|
Photo: of the part of the Old Red Mill, Little Current, submitted by Calvin Van Zant.
|27.||Article: Fire and Limestone -- Jim Cooper, James Dawson, Jim and Robert Duxbury.|
Article: Fire and Limestone continued.|
Photo: of Mrs. Sandy Campbell, courtesy of Mrs. Nellie Burns.
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt and family.|
Poem: Do It Now.
Article: The Cave at Providence Bay -- Mr. Evans, Mr. Schroede, and Mr. Haggi.|
Article: A Pelican found on Manitoulin -- Alex McPhee.
Article: Old Advertising Poster Comes to Light -- Maude Purvis, Tom Porter, Fred Shields, Howard Hall, Fred Harvie.
|31.||Subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
|Photo: of the winners of the Gore Bay Curling Club 1909 -- Sheriff Jackson, Jack Kinney, Norm McCauley and Bill Hurst.|