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|Photo: of an old Model T Ford.|
Poem: Business is Business.|
Article: Burpee, 1899 -- Mr. McKinley, Mr. Bell, Mr. Hurdle, Mr. Martin, Mr. Beckerton, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Emery, Mr. Williams, H. Andy, Miss Annie McPherson, Mr. Armstrong, William Blackburn, James Blackburn, Thomas Prestige.
Article: Billings Institute, Charter Members, 1905 -- Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Matt Baillie, Mrs. Ab Thompson, Mrs. Geo. Foster, Mrs. David Munro, Mrs. Geo. Tustian, Miss E. McKenzie, Miss E. Wiber, Miss A. Milligan, Mrs. F. Green, Mrs. Dougal Campbell, Mrs. Thomas Dickout, Miss Ida Tustian, Mrs. John Greenfield, Mrs. James Carter, Miss Emma Tustian, Mrs. Alice Thompson, Miss A. Thompson, Miss Belle Munro, Miss M. Thompson, Miss M. Bailie.
|4.||Article: Island Men on Harvest Excursions, by Jule Chisholm, 1925 -- Harvey Spry, Major Newby, Henry Newby, Alvin Abbott, Coy Wilkin, George Armstrong, John McVey, Harvey Spry, Mr. and Mrs. William Pell.|
Article: Island Men on Harvest Excursions continued -- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beaton.|
Photos: of four horses per team working in the fields.
|6.||Letters exchanged about Manitowaning Dredging, 1926-1937 -- Mr. J.T. Burns, W.J. Fuller.|
|7.||Letters exchanged about Manitowaning Dredging, 1926-1937 continued -- Beniah Bowman, G.B. Anderson, Wm. Knechtel, J.T. Burns.|
Letters exchanged about Manitowaning Dredging, 1926-1937 continued -- Mr. Knechtel, Mr. A.B. McLean, G.B.
Anderson, K.M. Cameron.|
Article: The Nelson Touch Laughs at Needle, submitted by Christena Kerr and Grace Rowe -- Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, Dr. R.B. McQuary.
|9.||Photo: The Peter McArthur Family c. 1910, taken by J.L Wismer -- Gary Chandler, Archie McArthur, Robert Robinson, Arthur Ednie, Jane (McArthur) Robinson, Cassie Kerr, Sarah McArthur, Margaret McArthur, Merry Kerr, Janet (McArthur) Robinson, Eleanor Robinson, John Kerr, Grace Kerr, Julia (McArthur) Kerr, Christina Kerr, Peter McArthur, Jennie Kerr, Mary (Campbell) McArthur, Annie (McArthur) Kerr and Sandy Kerr.|
|10.||Article: Boat Tragedies in 1800's, by Bruce Pitfield -- Robert Henry, William Henry, Captain Anderson, Captain Symes, Captain Dick.|
|11.||Article: Boat Tragedies in 1800's continued -- Mr. Dawson, Mr. McNeil.|
Photo: The Mill at Silver Lake. Man standing on horse is Joe Owen.|
Published in about 1949 -- Willard Witty, Tom Witty, Charles Morden, Jim Crawford, J.H. Williams, Barney Addison, Frank Williams.
The Mill at Silver Lake continued -- Frank Guinn, Jim Hazzard, Archie Duncanson, Chas. Kemp.|
Article: Little Current in 1867, submitted by Christena Kerr and Grace Rowe -- F. Lyle Sims, Mr. Thomas Williams, Rev. J.W. Sims, Sam McLean, Wm. Rowe, Nelson Rowe.
|14.||Advertisement: Auction Sale, November 12, 1936 at Providence Bay. W. A McColeman, Auctioneer.|
|15.||Photo: Big Day in Gore Bay, Fall Fair -- Lyman Gibbs, Blaine Armstrong, Ivan Purvis.|
|16.||Photo: Main Street of Gore Bay during a parade, c. 1900 -- Lyman Gibbs, R.T. Hall, J.B. Gibson, Dave Cunning, Gammy Graham, Mac McGregor, Farquhar McRae, Dr. Baker, Neil McIntosh, Dave Beatty, Norman Buchanan.|
|17.||Article: Gore Bay, 1920 -- W.R. Tighe, Mrs. F.E. Titus, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Noble, Miss Ella Paisley, Mr. Scott Fraser, Mr. Joe Phalen, Mr. A.O. Brylan, Mr. E.F. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Byan, Mr. Mark Ansara, F.R. Anning, Mrs. A.L. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm, Mr. J. Sheppard, Mrs. Oliver Runnalls, Mrs. William Ainslie Jr., Miss Stella Bailey, Mrs. James Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Beattie, Mrs. J.M. Beattie, I. Johnson, Miss Sarah Matheson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Sloss, Miss Georgina Armstrong, Miss Clara Allan, Mr. Jim Allan, Mr. Petty.|
Article: Gore Bay, 1920 continued -- W.R. Tighe, Mrs. C.R. Atkinson, Miss Hays, Mr. and Mrs. John Allen,
Mrs. Firm McLean, J.T. Pierce, W.M. Boyd, Mrs. Mary McTaggart, Wm. Hilliard, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Omnet,
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Griffith, Mr. Marchall, Mr. Jacobi, Miss Emma Burns, Miss Ryander, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burns,
Rev. R. Wiseman.|
Married: 1927 -- Whitney James Shields and Helen Jane McKinley.
Photo: Play Ball -- baseball game in Gore Bay.
|19.||Article: The Mississagi Lighthouse -- John Miller, Mr. and Mrs. William Cullis, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Grant, Ken Grant, D.N. (Joe) Sullivan, Jim Van Every, Orace Bailey, Ches Hazzard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Head, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Van Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ives.|
|20.||Article & Photo: A freighter's final resting place -- the Turret Crown's Capt. Dineen, Robert Prentice, Dave VanEvery, Robert Prentice, Neil McDonald, Ted Addison.|
|21.||Article: History of the Gordon Church, prepared by Gordon W.I. -- Rev. McLeod, Rev. J. Campbell, Mr. Abraham (wife Mary Emma) Dinsmore Jr., Mr. Sanderson, Mr. George Strain, Mr. Norman Smith, Mr. Andy Leach, Mr. William Neely, Miss Mattie (Mrs. William Jackson) White, Rev. Robertson, Fostr Morrell, Christopher Brockelbank, Miss Sally (Mrs. Wm. Scott) Strain, Miss Lottie (Mrs. James Emiry) Strain, Mrs. William Smith, R.S. Edgar Large, George Grey, J. More, A.E. Owen, George Bainsborough, R.C. Halbert, Rev. Robert Wiseman.|
|22.||Article: History of the Gordon Church continued -- Jim Wiseman, Robert Wiseman, H. Feast, Joseph Walker, Hinds Slomke, Lottie Strain Emery, Mrs. Hiram Clark, Mrs. William Strain, Mrs. Jack Donladson, Mrs. Peter Peterson, Mrs. William Linley Sr., Mrs. John William Best, Keith McMillan, Ted Strain, Whitney David, J.J. Mathias, Bill Sloan, Mrs. David Bould, Mr. Capson, Rev. Mathias, Ernest Moorhouse, Charles Cockburn, Harold Herlicky, Philip Fraser, Donald McLean, Wm. Blackmore, Nelda Johnston, Mamie Marshall, Cecil Wismer, Rev. Hann, Mrs. Johnston Noble, Mrs. George Noble, Mrs. Ted Strain, Mrs. Orval Noland, Mrs. Borden Best, Mrs. Carl Slomke, Mrs. William Kemp, Miss Janis Wismer, Mrs. Art Lane, Ross Strain, Rev. David Bould, Mr. Everett Proctor, Rev. Robert Kaill, Rev. Roy McEachern, Rev. T. Earle Millson, Rev. David Bould (wife Geraldine).|
Article: History of the Gordon Church continued -- Grant Witty, Mrs. Noble.|
Advertisement: McRae Brothers & Co.
|24.||Photo: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Witty, children Charlie, Hazel and Olive.|
|25.||Article: Postal Service in early 1900, by Bruce Pitfield -- Alexander McIvor, W.H. Huriburt, E. Mackie, A. Mitchell, C. Toulouse, R.C. Reid, R. Brett, W. Priddle, L.W. Ferguson, T. Richings, J. Hutcheson, J. Mastin.|
Article: Postal Service in early 1900 continued.|
Article: Funeral of Mrs. Griffith, 1920 -- Children: Max and Jean. Pall bearers: Mr. Mathew, Robert and George Griffith, Peter Omnet and William Hilliard.
Article: Griffith-Omnet Nuptials -- George L. Griffith and Jennet Omnet -- Mr. Wm. Omnet, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griffith,
Rev. J.L Robertson, Miss Mary Omnet, Miss Nellie Griffith.|
Obituary: William Omnet (wife Margaret Morrey), Mr. Colin Omnet, Mr, John Omnet, Miss Julia Omnet, Peter Omnet, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Geo. Griffith, Mrs. Geo. McRae, Captain Renshaw, T. MacDonald, Alex MacDonald, Jas. MacLean, Wm. VanZant, Wm. Catheart, Laughlin Campbell, Mr. O.T. Bennet.
|28.||Article: Settlement of Robinson Township, as related by the late Mrs. John Edmonds and written by her daughter, the late Mrs. G.F. Ferries -- Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. John Medwin, W.L. Kemp, George Smyth, Andrew McMillan, Harry and Bob Farthing, Thomas and Pat Haggarty, John Lee and Henry Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rockett, W.L. Kemp, Andrew McMillan, George Smyth, Walter Mason, James Wiley, Jerry Leonard, John Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark, Henry Smith, John George and Bella Armstrong, Thomas Griffith.|
Article: Settlement of Robinson Township continued -- Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grubb.|
Marriage: 1932 -- Mr. Clifford Monkhouse and Miss Catherine Wedgerfield, Mr. Everett Paisley, Miss Jean Dewar.
Public Notice, 1920 -- C.E. Hewson, J.H. Fell, J.B. MacDonald.
|30.||Photo: The Walter Thomas (wife May Carr) Harper family lived on the Henry Bailey farm. Children: Jack, Melville, Sadie, Walter Harper, Percy, Harold, Jennie, Retta, Ida, Mainnie, Mae, Tom and Sandy.|
|31.||Subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
|Photo: The Walter and Thomas Harper Boys (Thomas Harper was a half brother to Walter). Photo was taken 1914, likely the same day as the picture of Walter's family -- Charles, Thomas, Ted, Clarence, Phillip, John, Melville, Harold, Bill, Percy, Richard, William, Thomas and Sandy.|
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|Photo: Men of the First World War, Bill Foster and Sid Dinsmore.|
Letter: A.S. Chisholm, Douglas Buchanan, Art Gibbs, Bill Smith, Roy Battye, Mac McQuarrie, Jim Smith, Lorne Ferguson,
Lawrence Bracken, Lliff (?) Johnson, Alfred Johnson, Jim Young, Ray McDonald, Richard Morden, Fred Shields,
Edward Shields, Mrs. A.E. Johnson.|
Article: New Money Order Rates, submitted by Christena Kerr and Grace Rowe.
|4.||Article: Mills Township Early History -- G. Brockitt, John B. Baker, Mrs. W. Farquhar McRae, William T. Baker, Joe Noland, Mr. Abrey, George Gallagher, Samuel Ireton.|
|5.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Edward Noland, Robert Leroy, Thomas Bowser, J.Y. Smith, Philip Y. Smith, W.J. Wilson, David Thomas, George Walters, W. Thomas, John Scott, W. Robertson, J. Robson, Mr. Abrey, Mr. Baker, George S. Gallagher, Maria Baker, John B. Baker, Colin Campbell.|
|6.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Mr. Gallagher, Joseph Gallagher, James Gallagher, Phoeba (Mrs. Frederick Noland) Gallagher, Mr. Ireton, Edward Noland, Mrs. Edward (Mary) Brocklebank, Fred Noland, Joseph Noland, Clara (Mrs. Hall Hamilton) Gallagher.|
|7.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Ida (Mrs. Larsbash) Gallagher, George Gallagher, Edith (Mrs. Stephens) Gallagher, Orville Gallagher, Jennie (Mrs. Flemming) Gallagher, John B. Gallagher, Samuel Ireton, Sam Wright, Mrs. John (Susan) Baker, Ed Noland.|
|8.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Ed Noland, Charlotte Baker, Achsa Baker, William Baker, Joseph Baker.|
|9.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- William McRae, Dave Miller, and Thomas Robinson.|
|10.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- William T. Baker, Pete Donaldson.|
|11.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Dan Campbell, D.J. Bailey, Jake Scott.|
|12.||Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Maria Gallagher.|
Article: Mills Township Early History continued -- Jack Bell, Janet Robertson, Margaret Robertson, Andrew Robertson,
Thomas Bowser, Malcolm McCannell, Donald Oxford, Robert Oxford, John B. Baker.|
Photo: Wes Strain Sr., Mae Martin.
Photo: Framing of a log barn at Sidney Middleton in 1915, submitted by Dougall Middleton -- Matthew Davis, Mac McGillivray,
Charles Middleton, John Atkinson, Tom Robertson.|
Advertisement: Great Lakes Lumber Co., May 1912 -- D.A. McDonald, Manager, Gore Bay.
Photo: Sidney H. Dinsmore who served in the 119th Reg. During WWl.|
Photo: Sidney John Middleton who joined the Canadian Army in 1916.
|16.||Photo: Soldiers of the "Fighting Fifth" (Northumberland Fusiliers) after battle.|
|17.||Photo: Men marching.|
Photo: Ted Middleton and (?) soldier.|
Back of postcard signed by Pte. E.S.J. Middleton.
Photo: company of soldiers during First World War.|
Photo: Bill Dinsmore in uniform.
|20.||Article: First of Five Bodies Washed Ashore on Cockburn Island -- Charles Hostetier, Gerry McLeod, Seymour McLeod, Mrs. Paul Hostetier, Vernon Hostetier, Donald McMillian, Mrs. P. Hostetier.|
Article: First of Five Bodies Washed Ashore on Cockburn Island continued.|
Article: Manitoulin in 1854 -- P.J. Perrott, Captain Ironside Dr. Layton, W.L. Smith.
Article: Police End Search for Sheshegwaning Man -- Thomas Simon, Constable Ross Stenbaugh.
|22.||Orange Lodge ribbon.|
|23.||Orange Lodge badges owned by Dougall Middleton and John Dinsmore.|
|24.||Article: Recalls foundering of the Old Steamer, Simcoe -- Mary Ann Robinson, Captain Dick Hill.|
Article: Recalls foundering of the Old Steamer, Simcoe continued -- Captain Parson.|
Notice: Teachers Wanted, 1920 -- W.E. Dougherty, Chas. Joyce.
Article: Group Spends Night on Bayfield South Island, submitted by Clara Lane -- Bob Mishler.
Advertisement: Whitewear, J.N. Waite & Co.|
Advertisement: J.H. Biehl, Merchant Tailor and Issuer of Marriage Licenses, Gore Bay.
|27.||Article: A Backward Glance at the History of Manitoulin -- Duncan McLeod, Robert Pickard, Bill Lunan, Archie Buie, Robert Dearing, Sandy Brown, Sandy McLarty, Mrs. Thom. Wilson, Alex Archibald, Geo. Guy, James Brown, Jim Kerr, John McArthur, Abe Wilson, Bethel Croft, George Dearing, Joe Wilson, Truman Wilson, Billie Yoe, William Rowe, Robert Glenn, Alfred Brandow, Henry Hunt, Howe Crossley, J.C. Brandow, Bob Brown, Geo. Gregson, Aaran Walker, William Dearing, John Hallett, Norman Brandow, H. Brown, John Pickard.|
Article: Supplement to History of Pleasant Valley, 1987, by C. Kerr -- J. Orford, Roy Robinson, Alex and Jessie Brown,
Pat Long, Mrs. Abe Wilson, Jim McLeod, Chas. Hotte, Jas. Brown, Norman Pickard, Nellie Brown, Margaret Wilson,
Lorna Orford, Freeman Wilson, John Kerr, Mr. R. McGauley, Catherine McDougall, Dennis McDougall, Tom Wilson,
Lawrence Flood, Mr. Mann, Hugh Brown, Zella Sanders, Henry Sloss, Fred White, Mrs. Robert Pickard and Earl,
Willard Bretziaff, Mr. and Mrs. M. Yaschuk, Mr. and Mrs. E. Persian.|
Poem: My Self, from a Seaforth Scrap Book.
Article: The Treating System, 1912 -- Mr. Rowell.|
Advertisement: 1912, Livery Stable, Gore Bay -- Proprietor Sandy Burns.
Article: Grimesthorpe W.I. 1912 -- Mrs. Geo. Kirk, Mrs. Wm. Bock, Mrs. Jas. Hanner, Mrs. Fred Wagg, Miss Elva McDonald,
Mrs. R. Cranston, Miss Lizzie Anderson, Mrs. John Bock, Mrs. F. Haner.|
Article: Billings W.I. 1912 -- Mrs. Geo. Foster, Mrs. R.F. Wyman, Mrs. D. Campbell, Mrs. Greenfield, Mrs. M. Bailey, Mrs. D. Munro, Miss Ethel Foster, Mrs. R. Tustian, Caplain Mrs. Wiber, Mrs. W. McKenzie, Mrs. R. Wyman, Mrs. Jno. Greenfield.
Article: Hold Birthday Party at Ice Lake, 1937, submitted by Christena Kerr and Grace Rowe -- Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr, Tom Wilson, Mrs. Ed Baker.
Article: Tug Burned at Michipicoten Island (The Billie Blake) -- E.B. Purvis, James Purvis.
|31.||Subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
Advertisement: May Manton # 1912 dress pattern mail in application. Send 10 cents.|
Photo: Blueberry picking time, 1935 -- Pete Edmonds, Lew Kemp, Perc Addison, Jasper Noble, Arden Duncanson, Moe Tenniswood. Photo submitted by Ruth Duncanson.
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|Photo: The S.S. Norgoma of Owen Sound, submitted by Myrtle Hebert.|
Photo & Note: about Bruce Pitfield.|
Letter: on Pacific Railway Co. letterhead, 1903 -- signed S.P. Howard.
|4.||Letter: on County Surveyors Office letterhead, 1911 -- signed Clinton Cowen.|
Letter: on Northern Michigan Transportation Co. letterhead, 1915 -- addressed to Mr. T.H. Jackman, signed by
Receipt: on Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Railway Co. letterhead, 1903 -- addressed to Jas. Burk, signed by Mr. J.H. Jackman.
Letter: on T. Long & Brothers Ltd. Letterhead, 1914 -- addressed from Thos. Jackman, Esq., signed "T.H.".|
Notice: Steamer Chicora calling at Owen Sound on May 22, 1874.
Article: Locks About Ready, 1894, at Sault Ste. Marie.
|7.||Letter: on Northern Navigation Company Ltd. letterhead, 1903 -- Charles T. Long, Wm. Askin, A.B. Pratt, C.A. MacDonald, John L. Long, Norman A. Rule.|
|8.||Letter: on M. Sims & Co. letterhead, 1912 -- addressed to T.H. Jackman, signed T.C. Sims.|
|9.||Letter: on Northern Navigation Company Ltd, letterhead, 1913 -- addressed to T.H. Jakman, Signed "N.A. Rule".|
|10.||Article: The Georgian Bay and the Neighbouring Country as it was in 1852, researched by Bruce Pitfield - Capt. Hurd.|
|11.||Article: The Georgian Bay and the Neighbouring Country continued.|
Article: June 5, 1919 -- the Hattie Hut.|
Article: Early Lake History, 1868.
Article: July 19, 1869 -- the Chicora
Article: The Steamer Baltic, 1888 -- Captain Robertson.
Article: The Algoma District, 1894 -- Fred Rogers.|
Article: Elections, 1887 -- Mr. T.H. Jackman, Capt. McGregor.
Advertisement: Travelling Register, E.M. Carruthers, Toronto.
|14.||Photo: The S.S. Majestic at Manitowaning, courtesy of Gordon McCauley.|
|15.||Photo: The tug Marshall and Murray, courtesy of Bob Thiffault.|
Article: December 6, 1872 -- The steamer Cumberland is frozen in about two miles west of Bruce Mines -- Mr.
Gingras, Mr. and Mrs. Dalgleish.|
Photo: side-wheeler Frances Smith, 1867, courtesy of C. Patrick Labadie.
Article: School, 1881.|
Article: Census, 1931 -- Mr. George Pitfield, Mr. McNenley.
Article: Artists, 1848 -- Paul Kane.
|18.||Article: 1930 On board the Steamer Manitoulin -- A crew Member Reminisces, Norm McMillan of Sudbury -- Jackman's Store.|
Article: 1930 On board the Steamer Manitoulin continued.|
Photo: S.S. Manitoulin, courtesy of Mrs. Morrison.
Article: 1930 On board the Steamer Manitoulin continued -- Game Warden, Mr. Joe Roque, Capt. McCoy.|
Article: August 16, 1853.
Article: August 15, 1860 -- Sir Allan McNab, John Beverly Robinson.
Article: June 14, 1853 -- Mr. Hincks.
|21.||Article: Georgian Bay Survey, 1884/5 -- Mr. W.J. Stewart, Mr. D.C. Campbell, Capt. A.M. McGregor, Mr. Charles Linter.|
Article: Georgian Bay Survey, 1884/5 continued -- signed J.G. Bolton.|
Article: Georgian Bay Survey, 1889 -- Mr. Stewart.
|23.||Article: Georgian Bay Survey, 1889 -- continued -- Mr. Stewart.|
Article: Georgian Bay Survey, 1889 -- continued -- Liet. W.J. Stewart, Mr. D.C. Campbell. Signed J.G. Boulton.|
Article: Lumbering, 1923 -- James McCutcheon, R.A. Lyon.
|25.||Advertisements: Royal Mail Steamer -- Excursions to Mackinac -- Steamer Schedules and rates -- D. MacLean.|
Photo: The Steamer Hibou, courtesy of J. James and Daughters Studio.|
Article: Manitoulin Island, 1894.
Article: June 3, 1925 -- Captain E. Reid.
Article: Mail, 1877 -- Mr. Bowers, Alex McIvor.
|27.||Article: A "Marine" Reminiscence -- William Wakefield, George Percival Ridout, Peter Paterson, E.H. Rutherford, Thos. D. Hernis, Thos. Hellwell, Jos. Becket, William Proudfoot, Wm. Cayley, T.W. Birchall, W. Steward, Alex Davidson, John Evans, E.R. O'Brien.|
|28.||Article: The Early Days -- Mr. Archibald, Mr. Le Boutillier, Captain Symes, Mr. Simpson, Mr. McKenzie, James Dunton.|
Article: The Early Days continued -- W.S. Gibbon, Mr. Green, Mr. Reg Lowe, Mr. A. Brown, Mr. B.H. Turner.|
Marriages: 1856: Francis E.C. Elwes, Mary Helen Murray.
Burial: 1880: Luke Chartraw.
Births: 1916: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Routledge, a son.
|30.||Article: The Northern Navigation Co., 1925 -- James H. Henry, John D. Beatty, Capt. J.D. Symes, Ben Tripp, Capt. E.B. Anderson, James McMaugh, Capt. James C. Moore, Capt. Ed Robertson, Capt. James Foote, Capt. McDougall, Capt. John McNab, James E. Beatty, Henry Beatty, Capt. Laughlin Morrison, Capt. A.E. MacGregor, Chas Long, Wm. Askin, H.H. Gildersleeve, Peter Paton.|
Article: Political, 1867 -- Mr. George Rankin, Mr. Simpson, Walter McRea, Judge John Prince.|
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Photo: The sailing schooner the Laura Lee, photo courtesy of J. James and Daughters Studio.|
Advertisement: August 19, 1898 -- Georgian Bay and Superior steamship line schedule and prices.
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|Photo: Thomas Baker Greenman poses for the camera with his horse, 1879. Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Jean Harvey.|
Article: The Size of Tires -- Mr. Trink, Hector Neison.|
Letter to the Editor: Mr. Harvey Arnold, Mr. Roy Arnold, Mr. Bradley, Mr. Jess Lehman, Ronald McDonald.
Article: Crown Attorney for Manitoulin, 1912 -- Wm. F. McRae, A.G. Murray.
Photo: McVey home in Honora.|
Article: Our Home at Honora -- George McVay, (Children: Lily, Ethel, Albert, John, Ella, Cecil), Gertie McVey.
Photo: The George McVey Family, submitted by Cecil McVey -- Gertie (Mrs. Wm. Coulam), Cecil, Ella (Mrs. Len Hall), mother, cousin Albert, father, and John. Missing is Lily and Ethel.
Photo: An old time wagon -- Clayton Campbell is sitting on the wagon.|
Photo: George McVey, William Armstrong, George Campbell.
Married: 1947 -- Miss Marjorie Finlay, Mr. James Finlay, Mr. Stuart Mitchell.
|6.||Article: Telephone Service in Mills Township, written by Jim Baker -- Hazel Campbell, Wm. Baker, Barney Turner, James Foster, Samuel Wright, Wm. Arniel, James Dinsmore, Hiram Pearson, L.E. Vanhorn, L. Honess, Donald Lanktree, Jacob Vanmeer, Manciel Noland, Donald Lanktree, Wm. Marshall, A.V. Pearson, James Wiseman, Charles Middaugh, James Baker, Sidney Middleton, Mrs. Richard Foster, Mrs. Carmen Middaugh, Mrs. Mervyn Fogal, Mrs. Scott McPhee, Mrs. John (Hazel) Campbell, Mrs. G. Griffith, Mrs. Ralph Pearson, Mrs. L. Baker, Bruce Pitfield, Hazel Campbell.|
|7.||Article: The Gamey Block, Gore Bay, 1957 -- Marty Thorburn, Mac Frazer, George Strain, George McRae, J.N. Waite, George Morrison, J.H. Biehl, Walter Tighe, J.H. Craig, Donald McLean, Alf. Johnston, Mrs. Hinds, Frank Priddle.|
|8.||Poem: The Dearest Spot, submitted by Owen Maguire -- B.H. Turner.|
|9.||Article: Rev. J.M. Sims, by Harry Robbins -- Jabez Waters Sims, Rev. Frederick O'Meara, Capt. G.T. Anderson, Rev. C.C. Brough, Dr. Darling, Mr. Bayley, Norman Robbins.|
Article: Rev. J.M. Sims continued -- Dora Sims, Thomas Sims, Charles Sims, John Sims, Fred Sims, Henry Sims, John Robbins,
Article: Ten Mile Point Log School, by Harry M. Robbins -- John Meyers, area families: Trimmer, Finch, Pretty, Abbott, Halcrow, Robbin, Doan, White. Also Henry Pretty, Mr. A.H. Finch, Ambrose Abbott, James Halcrow Sr., A.J. Finch, John Meyers, Wallace McFarlane, Angus McNevin, Wallace and Barbara Finch, Hane, Abbott Trimmer, William Low, Emerson Abbott, Jim Aggie, Maggie, Bob and Teena Halcrow, William Frances, Agnes Pretty, John Will, Lizzie Robbins, Lizzie Ann and Janie Doan.
Article: Ten Mile Point Log School continued -- Jim Halcrow, John Robbins, Mr. P.A. Switzer, Mr. Peter McLean,
Dr. Egerton Ryerson, A.J. Finch, Jas. Halcrow Sr., John Meyers Sr., Ambrose Abbott, May Finch, also Byron, Bert, Ella,
Monarch and Jessie; Hettie and Minnie Robbins, Bert Doan, Carm Abbott; George, Lizzie, Teena, Joan and Jennie Trimmer,
John Conrad, Elma Trimmer; Charlie, May and George White, Jack Joe, Evelina, Bill, Mary and Minnie Smith; Lena May and
Lily Abbot; Guy, Annie and John Jaggard; Hattie, Katie and George Myers; Lena Doan, Ross Doan, Guy Daon, Harry Robbins,
Miss Mable Gourlay, Miss Jennie Irwin, Miss Florence Hammond, Mr. John Johnston, Miss Jessie Ward, Miss Lulu Fairburn,
Miss Violet McGillivary, Donald McCraig.|
Article: Barn Raising, by Harry Robbins.
Article: Political, 1867 -- Mr. George Rankin, Mr. Simpson.|
Article: Early Lake History -- Father Hennepin.
Writing: A Minister's Toast.
|13.||A Letter of 1847 by Bruce Pitfield -- Mr Johnson, Captain Fraser.|
|14.||A Letter of 1847 continued -- Captain Dibbie, Mr. Bristol, Jack McQuarrie.|
Article: J.B. Tyrell to Succeed Gamey, 1912 -- Mr. R.R. Gamey, Mr. J.B. Tyrell, W.H. Hearst, Jas. Whitney.|
Article: Murray Hayes McPhee Died, 1934 -- Mr. and Mrs. Scott McPhee, Marjorie McPhee, Dorothy McPhee, Claire McPhee, Mrs. Thos. McPhee, Rev. M.B. Fuller, Lloyd and Delbert Oxford, Clifford and Chester Robinson, Earnest and Albert Oxford, Mrs. Robinson.
Article: Whitney Will Fire Three of the Inspectors -- T. Rochon, V.H. Gabourg and A. Belanger.|
Photo: Blueberry picking time, submitted by Tillie Burnett. Nellie Norton, John Lane, Mrs. Burnett's father, Percy Lane, Andrew Lane, John Lane.
Obituary: 1923 -- Myrtle Isabelle Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings, Roy Jennings. Frances Jennings, Mabel Jennings,
Ruth Jennings, Wilbert and Wallace Jennings, Rev. Mr. Fox.|
Died: -- 1934 George Croft.
|18.||Article: Wreck of the Schooner Alice Hackett in October 1828 -- Capt. James Hackett, William Solomon, Alex Fraser, Madame Angeline (Cadotte) Lepine, Pierre Lepine, Theresa Lepine, Capt. W.F. Owens.|
|19.||Article: Wreck of the Schooner Alice Hackett continued -- Captain Hackett, Madame Lepine, Alice Hackett.|
Article: Wreck of the Schooner Alice Hackett continued -- Algail Becker, George McAuley, Alex McLeod.|
Article: Death of Mrs. (Ada Augusta Long) Samuel Oliver McKinley, 1922 -- Rev. Alex R. Gibson, Clarence Lloyd McKinley, Helen Merle McKinley. Siblings: Edmon, George, Herbert, Albert, Ellen, John, Ida, Arthur and Annie.
Died: 1945 -- Ida Jane Wismer wife of George Allan Morris. Mother of Gertrude (Mrs. R.C. Murray), Russell and Muriel.
Died: 1947 -- Herbert Needham.
Photo: Slash Post Office; located in Shy Jim Leeson's farmhouse for many years.|
Photo: Anglican Church at the Slash, land donated by William McMurray. Rev. A. Young.
Photo: Benjamin and Bessie (Handley) Leeson.|
Article: Sad Bereavement, 1923 -- Bruce Bailie son of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bailie. Pall bearer: Alfred Burt, James Donaldson, Joseph Wilson, Max Griffith, Lyman -- Gibbs and Leslie Walker.
Article: Drowned at Meldrum Bay, 1934 -- Mr. David VanEvery, Albert Grant.
Died: 1934 -- Mrs. Willis Buie.
|23.||Article: Ontario Isle of the Gods, 1950 -- Joe and Marion Brown.|
Article: Ontario Isle of the Gods, 1950 continued.|
Died: -- Mrs. George Coutts.
Died: -- Charles Hurdie, Mr. Jack Campbell.
Article: Growth of Sheguiandah Community -- Colin Campbell, Humphrey May, James Lenin, David Lewis (Miller), Joseph Walker,
John Dunlop, Mr. Sims, Mr., McFarlane, William Beck, Adam Trotier, Benjamin Connor, James Burnett, Moses Burnett,
Frank Atkinson, David Laidley, Mr. Wellsby, David Lewis, Mr. McNab, Mr. McGrath, Mr. Ed Stringer, Mr. Frank Pippen,
Charles Aylesworth, Mr. Hallmon, Thomas Batman, Arden Burnett, Herb Orr, Roy Atkinson. Signed Mrs. M.R. Lewis.|
Married: 1946 -- Elizabeth Elaine Baxter & John Lawrence Cain, Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. John Cain, Rev. W.J. Rayner, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baxter.
|26.||Article: Mail Delivery in 1867 -- J. Dewe, E.M. Carruthers, A.W. Currie.|
Article: Mail Delivery in 1867 continued.|
Poem: How to Kiss.
Article: Correspondence of 1879 -- John Moggy, John Reynolds, Andrew Mitchell, Mr. Thomas A. Rowe, William Morphet, Mr. Row.
Article: Correspondence of 1879 continued -- W.L. Trotter, Tom Jackman, Mr. Wagg, Mr. King, Mr. Will Hindle,
Private J.R. Coutts, George Coutts.|
Article: Accident Ends Fatally, 1912, found in a newspaper belonging to S.M. Fraser -- Death of Donald McQuarie Fraser, Rev. M.C. Tait, Rev. Oliver and Rev. Howson, Mrs. Dundas, Mr.s Carscallen, Don Gordon, Hy Mitchell, L.P. Holston, Lynn Gordon, Hy Auger.
Married: 1946 -- Chester Raymond Bailey & Floris Jean Campbell, Mrs. Edith Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Bailey, Rev. Mr. Newbury.
Article: Twelve Perish at Providence Bay, 1880 -- Captain R. Hill, Robert McNabb, George Patten, Jas. McCauley, Ben Millward,
John Levey, Tom O'Hara, Duncan Cair, Peter McDougall, Mrs. Lydia Williams, Miss Julie Gibson, Mr. McAuley, Jim Parsons,
Died: Jas. C. Emiry, husband of Lottie Strain.
|30.||Photo: Mills Township School about 1904, submitted by Mr. Dougall Middleton -- William Dinsmore, Lizzy Robinson, Hetti Middleton, William Scott, Annie Atkinson, Meedle Atkinson, Emma Davis, Orval Noland, Winnie Foster, Ella Foster, Sidney Dinsmore, Ernest Moscrop, Annie Middleton, George Scott, Clarence Orford, Art Wilkinson, Charllie Middelton, Wilfred Atkinson, Whitney Davis, Ted Middleton, Myrtle Arkinson, Willie Atkinson, Lowellen Hones, teacher Mrs. (Clara Scott) Kinney, Harvey Robinson, Albert Davis, Bob Middleton, Hettie Wilkinson and Aldon Wilkinson.|
Died: Mrs. (Mary McLean) Edward Fitzpatick. Daughter Mrs. John McLean.|
Obituary: 1923 -- Mrs. (Mary McLean) Edward Fitzpatick. Daughter Mrs. John McLean, Jimmie Fitzpatrick, Kenneth Fitzpatrick, Hugh McLean, Will McLean.
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Article: Kagawong, 194? -- Mr. and Mrs. John Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slagel,
Mrs. Aldred, Mrs. Elmer Kirk, Mr. Robt. McGaughley, Mrs. J. Pierce. Submitted by Viola (Berry) Spry.|
Article: Kagawong, 1941 -- Dr. J.J. Rosenthal, R.R. Strain & Co. store.
Article: Billings, 1943 -- Miss Jennie McAnsh, Miss Kay, Miss Kathleen McLeod, Miss Betty Bailey, Master Arden Bock, Master David and Jimmy Munro, Mr. Alex McLeod, Mr. Wm. Bailey, Harlow Bailey, Mr. Archie McArthur, Mr. Ernie Croft, Gordon Griffith, Master Junior Chisholm, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Tustian, Mr. Clilff McAnsh.
Article: Barrie Island, 1943 -- Dr. Rosenthal, Mr. Thom. Latta, Mr. Neil Flakes, Mr. Jas. Allan, Miss Norma Orford, Mrs. Gordon Matheson, Mr. Joe Noland, Herb and Roy Burpee. Submitted by Viola (Berry) Spry.
Died: 1948 -- Elmer McDougall Gordon, Elmer McDougall, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gordon, Bruce Gordon, Jessie Marie Gordon.
Died: 1949 -- Mrs. Lloyd A. Noble, Beulah Marion Noble.
Died: 1948 -- Arthur Wesley Jeffkins.
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|Photo: Wagon full of rye being pulled by horses, c. 1928. In the photo are Sam McLennan Sr., Sam McLennan Jr., and Les Lineham. Submitted by Margaret (Pyette) McLennan.|
Photo: of McLennan Falls in Assiginack Township. Submitted by Margaret McLennan.|
Article: Crop Report 1924.
Article: The Story of how Mr. George Hodgson Settled on the Manitoulin Island.|
Article: Mindemoya, 1924 -- Rev. W.W. Anglin, Col. Fraser, Rev. Geo. H. Pogson, Miss Kathleen Anglin, Miss M. McFadden, Miss Langton, Mr. and Mrs. A. McDonald, Catherine McDonald.
Article: Died, 1948 -- Albert Edgar McTaggart.
Article: Manitoulin Women's Institute -- Mrs. Jos. Baker, Mrs. Mack McGillivray, Mrs. Sam Reynolds, Mrs. Arthur Atkinson,
Mrs. Lydia Weeden, Mrs. D. Middleton, Mrs. Scott McPhee, Mrs. Geo. Griffigh, Mrs. Wiseman, Mrs. Clayton Slomke, Mrs. Tom
Clarke, Mrs. Dalton McColeman, Mrs. Leonard Fretz, Mrs. Wm. Blackburn, Mrs. Ted Scott, Mrs. John Kinney.|
Article: Women's Institute at Silver Water Now Fifty Years Old, 1950 -- Mrs. Jack Addison, Mrs, R. Smyth, Mrs. Hutton.
Article: Women's Institute at Silver Water Now Fifty Years Old continued -- Mrs. Forster, Mrs. Addison,
Mrs. Maurice Trick, Mrs. Arthur Lane, Mrs. George Lane, Mrs. E. Eaton, Mrs. Wm. Coburn, Mrs. Darrel Hazzard, Mrs. Jim
Wiseman, Mrs. Delbert Orford, Mrs. George Nobie, Mrs. M. Calback, Mrs. Orval Brockelbank, Mrs. J. Long, Mrs. Andy Burns,
Mrs. George Purvis, Mrs. Archie Rowe, Mrs. Lorne Greeman.|
Article: Perivale, 1924 -- Mr. Archie Rowe, Miss Hilda St. Claire, Mrs. Wm. Neely, Mrs. Nelson Hartley, Miss Maud McDonald, Miss Catherine, Miss Kerr, Mr. Hartley, Mr. John McAnsh, Mr. A.G. McColeman.
Article: Court of Revision, 1912 -- Norman Bailey, Clerk.
|7.||Article: A True Story, by Marjorie Cook Dodge -- Jack Cook, Jack Buchanan, Mr. Henry Saska.|
|8.||Article: A True Story continued -- Hulda Sinclair, Jack Buchanan, Timmy Jones, Jack Ford.|
Article: A True Story continued.|
Article: They Eat Rattlesnake, 1924.
|10.||Photo: Making Maple Syrup, with Olive (Wilson) King and Etta King. Submitted by Margaret McLennan.|
Article: Tenperance Party Wants Candidates, 1912, submitted by A. Kruges.|
Article: Died, 1948 -- Clayton Sloss.
Copy of Treasure's Sale of Land for Arrears in Taxes, 1924.|
Article: Big Quarry at Bruce Mines, 1912. Submitted by A. Kruges -- Mr. S.B. Martin.
|13.||Photo: Hilly Grove's first public school. Submitted by Owen Maguire.|
|14.||Article: The second Hilly Grove school, submitted by Owen Maguire -- John Hunter, Milt Kitto, Ernest McDonald, Mae McDonald, Phil Viney, Jim Viney and William Kitto.|
Article: 1953 Champion Wolf Killer Tries to Break Own Record This Year -- Willard Witty, Arthur J. Grout.|
Article: Why Penalize Decency? Written by Almira Signet, 1924.
|16, 17.||Photo: Three photos of construction areas, submitted by J.C. Carter.|
|18.||Copy of registry book of Grand Manitoulin Hotel c. 1900, Meldrum Bay.|
|19.||Article: Gore Bay News, 1912 -- Jas. R. Beange,Thom. Griffith, Mrs. C.A. Rickaby, F.E. Titus, Mrs. Majoe, Grace Majoe, J.H. Biehl, Mr. W.F. McRae, Mr. Chas. White, Mr. A.C. Bryan, Mr. Wm. Bain, Mr. Wm. Ferguson, Mr. W.G. Vair, Mr. L. Bracken, Mrs. J.N Waite, Mr. R.F. Wyman, Mrs. Malcolm Orr.|
|20.||Photo: John Maguire in his First World War uniform.|
Photo: Private J. Maguire headstone. Submitted by Owen Maguire.|
Article: Obituary, 1923 -- Mrs. Flora MacLean, John MacLean, Edward Fitzpatrick, Hector and John MacLean, Mary (Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick), Hugh MacLean, Will MacLean. Followed by a poem.
Article: Three Children Perish When Home Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fogal Suffer Sad Bereavement, 1930 -- deceased
Dorothy, Elva and Gladys Fogal. Their daughter Gertrude Nelson survived. Others mentioned Clarence McDougall and
Article: A Referendum Unlikely -- signed Hamilton Herald.
Advertisement: S. Clarke & China Hall Gas Station 1924.
Photo: George Maguire with his team of heavy horses.|
Photo: Paul Hunter with Cameron McKinnon's team of horses.
Poem: The Old House, by Charlotte Becker, September 1924.
|24.||Article: The Fosters of Billings, 1933 -- (wife Blance Martin) Edward Foster, John Foster, Alexander Campbell, George Foster, Richard Foster, Bob Foote, Duncan McLead, Sandy McLarty, Robert Henry, Loves, Irelands, Wilsons, Jos. Hunt, Geo. Wood, John Munro, John Todd, Wm. Baillie, John Foster, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. M. Baillie, Mrs. Wm. Ireland, Mrs. Sarah Johnston, George and John Foster, Dr. Edwin Foster, Fred Foster, Miss Carrie Head, Mrs. Hiram Pearson, Mr. Phenix, Mr. John Caddie, Miss Maddock.|
Article: The Fosters of Billings, 1933 continued -- George Foster, Bert Foster, Ward Foster, Len Foster, Mrs. Fred
Green, Mrs. Ethel Carroll, Mrs. Wm. Moss, Mrs. S. Hunt, Miss Justine Foster and Miss Aleda Foster.|
Poem: The Mysterious Guests, 1919.
Poem: Manitoulin Island, by Dora Thorburn Cairns.
Article: Died -- Eliza Martin, widow of the late Wm. Martin.
Photo: The McRae Home in Gore Bay taken 1911.|
Article: Obituary, 1920 -- Winifred Merle Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Campbell, Rev. R. Wiseman.
|27.||Article: History of Billings United Church -- Mr. Hugh McKay, Rev. Allan Findlay, Mr. H. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McKenzie, George Tustion, George Waterhouse, Mrs. Emma Dearing, James McLeod, Archie Thompson, Mrs. Wilber Sr., Lizzie Wilson, John Greenfield, George Foster, Dougal Campbell, Dick Tustian, John Bowser, Mr. Wm. Smith, Rev. J. Harris Burry, Robert Tustian, Morton Paterson.|
|28.||Article: History of Billings United Church continued -- Mrs. Margaret Thompson, Mrs. J.A. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baillie, Mrs. Wm.Hilliard, Mr. Smith, Milton Dearing, John Green, Sarah Anne (Thompson) Foster, Charles Gibson, Merle (Dearing) Gibon, Milton Dearing, Emma (Tustian) Dearing. Photo: Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church in Wikwemikong, taken about 1929.|
Photo: The wooden boat, Sainte Jeanne.|
Photo: Killarney Hotel taken in early 1930.
Photo: The Plane is Here -- Angus Trudeau, Edna Mejaki.
Photo: Two soldiers of the First World War -- noted as Ambrose and Ashusige.|
Article: Death of Mrs. (Irene Walker) J.N. Waite, 1925 -- Mrs. Hugh Brown, Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. Aason Walker, Mrs. Martin Fenner, Mr. Jack Waite.
Photo: Jesuit school at Spanish.|
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Photo: J.A. Ward, General Merchant's truck, Tehkummah.|
Article: Long Bay, 1920 -- Miss Florence Ferguson, Miss Myrtle Vanmeer, Bill Coulam, Miss Bertha Sloss, Mr. Ed Orford, Mr. Silas Pearson, Miss Littie Sloss, Miss Pearl Hammond, Herman Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis, Leonard Lewis, Frank and Ella Paisley, Bob Foster, Mrs. Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. H. Coulam, Miss Edna Vanmeer.
Article: Died, 1948 -- John Cleveland Panton, Rev. Gilbert Thompson.
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|Photo: Grimesthorpe Bridge. Submitted by Emma McAllister.|
Letter to the Editor: Mr. Whitford McDonald, David McDonald, Gred Boudreau, Ronald McDonald.|
Article: Found at Last, 1924 -- Harry Lamping, James Havereen.
Died: 1932 -- Sylvia Kaake, Rev. Dr. Stewart.
|4.||Article: The 1879 Election, submitted by Mrs. Myrtle McDermid -- Mr. Macdonell, Mr. Dawson, Mr. R.A. Lyon.|
Article: To the Free and Independent Electors of Algoma, 1879.|
Article: "Let Not the Cobbler Go Beyond His Last", 1879.
Article: "Let Not the Cobbler Go Beyond His Last", 1879 continued.|
Article: Algoma Candidates, 1879, submitted by Myrtle McDermid -- R.A. Lyon.
|7.||Photo: of a 5 seater outhouse at Gore Bay High School, submitted by Harry Witty. Frank Coburn, Leslie Bailey, Harold Hodder, William Witty and sons Roy, Murray, Garnet, Chester and Ronnie, Telma Witty.|
Article: 51st Regiment among Ontario's Best, submitted by Myrtle McDermid. Lieut-Col. Penhorwood, 1915 -
Photo: of Pte. M.I. Davidson of Gore Bay, 1915.
Photo: Pte. R.E. Concley of Providence Bay, 1915.|
Photo: Miss Jessie Clarke, of Gore Bay, 1915.
Article: Missing -- Pte. J.H. Beattie, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Beattie.
|10.||Photo: His Majesty King George V, 1915.|
|11.||Lyrics to "It's a Long Way to Tipperary", submitted by Myrtle McDermid.|
Photo: 1915, Gore Bay recruits A.L. McKenzie, Blair Fraser, John Elliott, Goerge A. Thorburn, J.L McKenzie and Scott
Prayer: Show Me, Lord.
Photo: Pte. E.J. Blackie, 1915 -- Mr. and Mrs. Jon Blackie.|
Photo: Pte. Neil Becks, 1915 -- submitted by Myrtle McDermid.
Lyrics: to "The Maple Leaf For Ever".|
Photo: The Spring Bay Monument, submitted by Margaret (Pyette) McLennan.
Lyrics: to "O Canada", submitted by Myrtle McDermid.|
Lyrics: to Parody.
Photo: Officers of the 51st Regiment, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont -- Capt. F.J. Buchanan, Lieut. A.G. Fulton, Lieut.
C.E. Misner, Lieut. T.H. McGillivray, Lieut. J.W. Grainger, Lieut. A.E. Pickering, Lieut. J.W. Hunt, Capt. H.
Sgt. Capt. W.W. VanEvery, Col.-Sgt. J. Noble, Capt. G.H. Hayward, Capt. W.B. Culbert, Capt. A.G. Tweedle,
Lieut. Chas Fitzimon, Lieut. J.W. Moffat, Capt. R.B. Johnston, Major C.V. Campbell, Lt. Col. S.L. Pennorwood,
Major C.H.L. Jones, Lieut. J.R. McLean, Lieut. J.B. Way, Major P.T. Rowland.|
Photo & Notice: Killed in Action, Nov. 1915, Lance-Corporal F.D. Street.
Photo & Notice: Killed in Action, Pte. William Irving.
Article: Unveiling of the War Memorial at Poplar, 1924, submitted by Mrs. Margaret McLennan -- Rev. Mr. Cannon, Lieut.
Grant Turner, Sheriff J. Haddow Fell, Mrs. Greenfield, Mr. W. Johnson.|
Article: Gore Bay News, 1912 -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Best, Stewart Clarke, Mr. W.T. Francis, John A. McEachern, Mr. Thos. McLean.
Photo: A soldier, written on the back "Enosse".|
Article: Died, 1939 -- Andrew McMillan, Lewis Martin.
Article: Died, 1948 -- Mrs. Robert Lewis, Rev. W.J. Rayner, Rev. Gilbert Thompaon.
Photo: Home from the Great War, Mosses Fox, his wife Philomen and children Elizabeth Mejaki, Augustine and Mary Fox,
Article: Little Daughter of Wm. Finlay Taken, 1914, submitted by Mrs. Margaret McLennan -- Maude Finlay.
Wedding Invitation: Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cook, Winnifred Eleanor Cook & Humphrey Gilbert Priddle, 1927.|
Advertisement: J.G. May Livery Stables, Little Current.
|22.||Article: Funeral of the Late Rev. Wm. Munro, 1931 -- Mr. John and Margaret Munro, Mr., Wm. Davey, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Cook, W.H. Davey, J.S. Davey, Rev. A.O. McDonald, Rev. Dr. Dickie.|
Article: Grimsthorpe -- Mr. and Mrs. Grimes, Erma McAllister, Peter Buie, Thomas and Margaret Lougheed, John and Bella
McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Omnet, Ken Lewis, Walter Wright, Thomas Margaret Lougheed, Rev. Albert Lougheed, Harold and
Ilene McMillan, David and Heather McAllister.|
Families in the area: Gilchrist, McKenchnie, Reid, Montgomery, McMillan, McAllister, McNichol, Lewis, Lougheed, McNichol, Belton, Luther, Oment and McColeman.
Article: Grimsthorpe continued -- Bella McMillan, Erma McAllister.
Photo: John H. Merryless.|
Article: Grimsthorpe continued -- Jack Merryless, by W.R. Gibbon.
|26.||Article: Grimsthorpe continued.|
Letter of Appreciation, 1924 -- J.F. Duncanson, Frank Duncanson.|
Article: Manitoulin News, 1924, submitted by Myrtle McDermid -- Mrs. Street, Mr. Fed W. Harvie, Miss M.E. Rynard, Mr, Winger, Miss Flossie Ouder Kirk, Miss d. Wiber, Miss Doris Purvis.
Article: Barrie Island, 1924 -- Miss Jennie Brett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Larkin, Miss Verna Baker, Master Billie Morden, Mrs. John Lane, Mr. Chas. Lane, Master Arden Greenman, Mrs. I. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Jennings, Mrs. W.O. Runnalls.
Article: Great Lakes have taken toll on lives, 1906 -- Charles S. Price, H.B. Smith, L.M. Smith, J.A. McGean.|
Article: Providence Bay, 1924 -- Wm. Richie, Mr. John McGauley, Mr. and Mrs. James Cranston, Miss Helen McGillivray, Miss White, Wm. Chisholm, Mrs. Jno. McGauley, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ainslie, Mr. and Mrs. Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. John Purvis, Miss Leo Owen, Miss Lorna Lambert, Miss Freda Hopkins, Mr. Geo. McDougall, Mr. and Mrs. R. Riching, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Chisholm, Mr. W.J. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McArthur.
Article: Died, 1946 -- Edwin James Runnalls.
Article: Western Manitoulin, 1924 -- Frank Duncanson, Mr. O.M. Thomson, Mr. Cumming, Mr. J. Edmonds, Mrs. D. Murray,
Miss M. Wickett, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Irving, Mr .C. Pearson, Miss E. Edmonds, Miss Jean Stinger, Miss McColeman,
Miss Frances Edmonds, Miss McDougall, Miss Mae Addison, Mr. Russell Van Every, Mr. E. Morrison, Mr. L. Stephens,
Mr. John Edmonds, Rev. Wm. Munro, Mrs. V.R. Pierce, Miss Pierce, Mr. G.H. Cook, Mr. Thos. Rumley, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Article: Sad Bereavement, 1924 -- Emma June Hardaker, Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Hardaker, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Robertson.
Photo: Angeline Francis Osawabine, 1937.|
Article: Barrie Island Resident Called By Death, 1936 -- John Calback, Mary Gamble, John Gamble, Mrs. Wm. Coburn, Rev. J.J. Matthias, Mr. Robert Greenman, Mr. Ben Grenman, Geo. Lane, John Jeffkins, John Baker, Jos. Merrylees.
Article: Personal, 1924 -- Mr. Wm. Arneil, Miss Margaret Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. George Pifer, Miss Nellie Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wright, Mr. W.A. Chisholm, Miss Mae Bryan, Mrs. M.E. Street, Miss M. Platt, Miss R. Shaw, Mr. G. Hawkins, Mr. C.M. Bone, Miss Daisy Thorburn, Miss Margaret Thorburn, Mrs. H.B. Hunt, Capt. Hunt, Mrs. R.L. Graham, Alma Graham, Mr. A.C. Bryan, Mr. Robert Connell, Mrs. Edward Fields, Jean Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Arniel, Mr. Thos. Rumley, Mr. B.F. Mutchmor.
Article: Personal, 1924 -- Mrs. H.S. Hardaker, Janet Hardaker, Miss Margaret Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller,
Mr. Tom Knipe, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Len Willett, Mr. and Mrs. J. McLarty, Lloyd McLarty, Mr. Wm. Cosby Sr.,
Mr. Robert Cosby, Dr. and Mrs. F.O. Gilbart.|
Article: Obituary -- Rev. Oliver David Caddotte.
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
|Photo: S.S. No. 3 Carnarvon School. Submitted by Margaret (Pyette) McLennan.|
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|Photos: Early Days of Timbering -- Steven Mejaki.|
Article: The Ontario Farm in 1888.|
Poem: A Farm for Sale.
|5-16.||Article: Manitoulin continued -- Rev. J.H. McLeod, Mr. Alan Sullivan, Mr. Foster, Arthur Manitowahsing, Mr. J.H. McLeod.|
Article: Manitoulin continued.|
Photo: Mrs. Dave Gabow and Mary Elizabeth.
Article: Gore Bay Boy Presumed To Have Lost His Life, 1943 -- Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Johnson, Sergeant James McLean Johnson.|
Photo: Sgt. "Mac" Johnson.
|19.||Copy of a Great Northern Oil Company Limited shares receipt.|
|20.||Another copy of a Great Northern Oil Company Limited shares receipt.|
|21.||Photo: of a group of Mills Township young people in 1910, submitted by Dougal Middleton -- Ted Middleton, Albert Davis, John Bryon, Harvey Robinson, Clarence Orford, George Scott, Nelson Dinsmore, Willie Atkinson, Wilfred Atkinson, Charlie Middleton, Arthur Wilkinson, Georgina McGibbon, Lowellen Honess, Witney Davis, Hettie Wilkinson, Doris Ford, Mae Pearson (Mrs. Tom Clarke), Verna Baker, Jennie Noland, Clara Moscrop, Myrtle Atkinson, Jessie Middleton, Verna Burnette, Manverva McGilvory, Nelda Watts, Nellie Robertson, Olive Orford, Gladys Watts, Sanford Bolser, Dougal Middleton, Otto Irwin and Harvery Davis.|
|22.||Article: The Selfish Generations.|
|23.||Advertisement: J.N. Waite & Co., Gore Bay.|
|24.||Article: Early Cockburn Island, submitted by Mr. Chris Towell -- Families: Harris, Haight, Reid and Goodmurphy. Mr. McKenzie, McAllister Bros.|
Photo: A Raft of Logs, taken at Wikwemikong.|
Photo: of William Mejaki of Wikwemikong.
|26.||Photos: of a young man, Onesime Belamikane -- dress attire included a hat, Maggie Osomick and Jan Kabonie of Wikwemikong - Jerry Bondy gives a hair cut to Joe Pangourish, 1958 -- Pauline Jacki, Mary Wassegijig and Boniface Wassegijig of Wikwemikong.|
Lyrics to "Paddle Your Own Canoe" by Harry Linn and R. Howard.|
Article: Death of Donald McGibbon, 1943 -- Mr. Clifford Rumley, Humphrey Priddle, Hubert Cook, Earl and Hugh McGibbon, Roy Smyth.
|28.||Article: 1913, Storm the Worst in the History of the Great Lakes -- Dwight Boyer, Captain S.A. Lyons.|
|29.||Article: 1913, Storm the Worst in the History of the Great Lakes continued.|
Article: 1913, Storm the Worst in the History of the Great Lakes continued.|
Article: Accident Ends Fatally, 1912 -- Donald McQuarrie Fraser, Rev. M.C. Tait, Rev. Oliver, Rev. Howson, Mrs. Dundas, Mrs. Carscallen, Don Gordon, Hy Mitchell, L.P. Holston, Mr. Lynn Gordon, Hy Auger.
Article: Jury Acquits Debassige on Murder Charge -- Frank Debassige, Levi Bob, Justice McRuer, Peter Bob, James Nahwegizik,
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Article: Island Soldier is Missing in Sicily, 1942 -- Pte. Leonard Peltier, his wife Mrs. Sophie Peltier.|
Article: Condolence Sent to Bereaved Family, 1943 -- Gunner Leslie Campbell, Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell, Gunner Elwood Campbell.
Article: Island Boy Killed in Action in Sicily, 1943 -- Corporal John Eadie, Robert Eadie, B.J. Beck.
Article: Obituary, 1948 -- Mrs. Sarah Jane Myles, widow of George W. Myles.
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|Photo: Old time threshing machine, about 1922 -- Jessie Middleton, Will Baker. Submitted by Mrs. Dougal (Lily) Middleton.|
|3.||Photo: Threshing in 1896 -- Hector Ball, Robert Baillie, Archie Wickett.|
|4.||Article: Early Years in Little Current -- Reverend Jabez Sims, Thomas C. Sims, Bill and Lyle Sims.|
Article: Early Years in Little Current continued -- J.G. Sims, E.O. Vincent, Manley Chew, J.F. Sims.|
Poem: Darwin's Mistake.
|6.||Photo: John Lane, 1954.|
|7.||Article: The Manitoulin 1936-1862 -- F.B. Head, J.B. Assiginack, Mokommunish Tawackkuck, Kimewen Kitchemokomon, Pesciatawick Paimausegal, Nainawmuttebe Mosuneko, Kewuckance Shawenauseway, Espaniole Snake, Pautunseway, Paimaugumestcam, Wagemauguin, T.G. Anderson, Joseph Stinson, Adam Elliot, James Evans, F.L. Ingall, Talford W. Field, F.B. Head, Alexander Kaquta Bunevairear, Kowgisawis Mettawansh.|
|8.||Article: The Manitoulin 1936-1862 continued -- Hon. William McDougall, William Spragge, J.B. Assiginock, Benjamin Assiginock, Naibenessme, Shenetahguw, Goerge Ahbetosomai, Paimtonishcosh, Naiwaudaigezhik, Waukauosay, Keeshkewanik, Sir Francis Bond Head.|
|9.||Article: The Manitoulin 1936-1862 continued -- George Ironside, S. Phillips Day, Wm. Gibard, David S. Layton, Jos. Wilson, John H. McDougall, F. Assikinack, Peter Jacons, McGregor Ironside, Wm. Dougall, Wm. Spragge, J.B. Assiginack, Maisheguong-Gai, OkemehBeness, Benjamin Assiginack, WaiBeNesiem, SheWeTagum, George Webetoosown, PaimoQueNaishKuno, Taibosegai, Atowishcosh, Naiwotaikeyhis, Wetcowsai, BaiBormSai, Keghikgodoness, Pahtahdoginshino.|
Article: The Manitoulin 1936-1862 continued -- signed Wm. H. Lee.|
Photo: New Boat for Ferry Service to Manitoulin Island -- S.S. Norisle, Capt. Osburn Long.
Poem: The Oxen Speaks.|
Article: Steamer Caribou Makes Last Trip, 1946 -- Captain Arthur Batten.
Photo: The Ward Brothers -- Matt and Charlie. Submitted by Mrs. Nelson (Ward) Fogal.|
Article: William Ward -- Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, Mr. Howard Smith, Rev. J. Renshaw, Norman Moody, James Hunter, John Cannard, Elias Hutchinson, R.O. Watson, Roy Arnold, John Ward, Donald Ward, Joseph Ward, David Ward, Maurice Ward, George Ward, Mrs. Andrew MacDonald, Mrs. Alex Caddel, Mrs McVittie, Lizzie (Mrs. John Thomas).
|13.||Photo: Farmers, wagon and team of horses -- Joe Williams, James Eaton, Tom Williams, D.N. Bailey, Jack Bailey, Dan Stewart, Jack Williams, Chas. Morden, Harold Glanville, Wm Morden Sr., Norman Bailey.|
Article: The 1881 Original Minutes of the First Meeting of the Township of Burpee, 1881 -- Judge McRae, Colin Campbell,
John Bell, John Keown, William Bailey, Earnest Taylor, James Young.|
Article: The Town Evansville, by Lucille Prior -- Colin Campbell.
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- Isaac Campbell, Mr. Walker, Sara Campbell, Bill Middaugh, Tom Griffith,
McRae brothers, J.C. Evans, Mrs. Freda Hall, Lyda Matheson.|
Photo: Colin Campbell, first reeve of Burpee Township.
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- Peter Bell, Walter Wright, Jo. Fitzgerald, Frank Myers, Doreen Bailey,
Mr. Sid Geiger.|
Photo: Elizabeth Bay Picnic, 1912 -- Roy Williams, Lewis Matheson, Lewis Ainslie, Ruben Ainslie, Oliver Ainslie, Ed Matheson, Elsie Blackburn, Jessie Williams, (Mrs. Willis Robinson), Ralph Ainslie, Eunice Ainslie (Mrs. Art Long), Emerson Noakes, Lavina Ainslie, Mrs. Johnson Noble, Mrs. Norman Matheson, Lewis Williams, Jim Blackburn, Mrs. Bert Cook, Irene Ainslie, Julia Ainslie Morden, Mrs. Chas. Bracken, Marcella Matheson Blackburn, Harold Ainslie, Margaret Ainslie (Mrs. George Purvis Sr.), John Matheson, Pearl Oakes, Matthew Ainslie, Oke Bracken.
Photo: William and Christina (Campbell) Bailey.|
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- Colin Campbell, William Bailey, Jack Keown, Joyce Foster, Earl McKinley, Bill Bailey, Eldene Prter, John White, A.E. Dyment, Jim Panton.
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- Colin Campbell Sr., G.B. Abrey, Charlie Bell, Flossie Royal Strain,
Photo: Children in front of S.S. No. 3 Burpee School, 1910.
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- William McRae, Tom Riching.|
Photo: Children in front of S.S. No. 3 Burpee School, 1905.
Photo: Children in front of S.S. No. 3 Burpee School. Year unknown. Teacher was Charlotte Wilson.|
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- Colin Campbell Jr., Johnny Moquan, Tom William.
Photo: Team of horses reflects the means of transportation.|
Photo: The old Morrell homestead.
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- John McMillan, Earl Prior, Bertha Bower McCormick, Will George, Elmer Harris, Tim Griffith, Jean Griffith, Maurice Wagg, Tom Goulter, Bill Middaugh, Victor Goulter.
Article: The Town Evansville continued -- Clifford Bailey, Bob Duncanson, Archie Duncan.|
Notice: 1879 -- Township of Burpee, C.B. Savage, Indian Lands Agent.
Article: Burpee Council Minutes, 1925 -- J.H. Craig, Mr. Pidgeon, Lily Campbell, Clifford Matheson, Ed Robinson, D.N.
Bailey, Mr. Noakes, Mr. Noland, Mr. McKinley.|
Article: The School Class of S.S. No. 2 Burpee 1909 -- Lauretta Williams (Mrs. Bert Cook), Beatrice Williams (Mrs. Neil Becks), Margaret Ainslie (Mrs. Geo. Purvis Sr.), Oliver Ainslie, Lewis Ainslie, Julia Ainslie (Mrs. Walter Morden), Pearl Noakes (Mrs. Fred Hayden Sr.), Matthew Ainslie, Harold Ainslie, Ernest Williams, William Williams, Lewis Williams, James Blackburn, Lily Ainslie (Mrs. Ger. Brydes), Thos. Ainslie, Irene Ainslie (Mrs. Tom McKee), Bertha Morden (Ms. Norman Matheson), Mabel Williams (Mrs. Johnse Noble), teacher Miss Matilda Thompson (Mrs. Chas. Morden), Lavina Ainslie, Frank Williams, Jack Williams, James Matheson.
Article and Photo: The Wood Cutter.
Photo: The Johnson Family 1906 -- Alfred Johnson, William Johnson, Ishmael Johnson, Isaac Johnson Jr., John Johnson,
Ida (Johnson) MacIntosh, Isaac Johnson Sr., Myrtle (Johnson) Gilroy, Jane (Hall) Johnson, Jane (Johnson) Armstrong,
Alice (Johnson) White.|
Obituary: 1923 -- Mrs. George H. Noble (Mary Jane Mervyn), Mrs. Joseph Best, Miss Emma Noble, Russell Noble, Victor Noble, Johnston Noble, Harry Noble, George Noble, Mr. Harry Mervyn.
|25.||Article: Cockburn Island, 1973 -- Mr. J. Barry Nolin, Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Cockburn, Captain H.W. Bayfield, Mr. J. A Rayburn, Sir Edmond Head, E. Frost.|
Article: Cockburn Island Maiden Married -- Flora Alice Pateman & Donald Robert MacLean, Mrs. D. Pateman, Arthur Pateman,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daley, Mrs. Lyall Towell, Mrs. C. Towell Sr., Mrs. Wm. Flood, Mrs. Wm. Daley, Mrs. Corbett, Mrs. Doug
Arbour, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Grant Harrison, Mrs. Artago, Mrs. MacLeod, Mrs. Pilgrim, Mrs. F. Brooks, Mrs. L. Houston,
Mrs. Ohen, Mrs. C. Haight, Mrs. L. Pateman, Mrs. Daley, Miss Margaret McCain.|
Article: Cockburn Island Girl Married, 1946 -- Margaret Lillian McCaig & James Howard Noble, Rev. F.J. Bain, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McCaig, Mr. and Mrs. George Noble, Miss Nora Noble, Harvey Haner, Mr. and Mrs. Dave McMillan.
Article: Pioneer passes at Snowville, 1938 -- Mrs. George Turnbull (Elizabath Harty). Children: Charolotte, Mrs. Charlie Baxter; Mary, Mrs. Frank Hubbert; Flora, Mrs. Roy Pyette; Ada, Mrs. John McLean; Delina, Mrs. John McCauley; Alice, Mrs. Stan Paisley; Leonard Turnbull, George Turnbull, Pearl, Mrs. Wendall Anglin.
|27.||Photo: Fogal family of Gordon Township -- John Fogal, Elizabeth Fogal, John Fogal, Raymond Fogal, Bill Fogal, Wesley Fogal.|
Photo: McGathy of Maple Point -- Jessie and Elizabeth McGarthy.|
Article: Spring Bay farmer killed, 1942 -- Mr. Neil McColeman, William McCormick.
Obituary: 1942 -- Master Morley Hallett, Mr. and Mrs. William Hallett, Mr. William Elford, Rev. W.H. Vincer, Ruth and Kenneth Elfrod, Floyd Williamson, Percy Taylor, Robert and A. McAllister.
|29.||Article: 1851-1854 on Manitoulin Island -- Rev. F. O'Meara, Mr. Bailey, Dr. Layton, Captain Ironside, Mr. Laronger, Miss Foulks, Father Henipaux.|
|30.||Article: 1851-1854 on Manitoulin Island continued -- Mr. Lee, John Bailey, Mr. Church, Mr. James Morrison.|
Article: 1851-1854 on Manitoulin Island continued -- Charles Thompson, James Rawson.|
Article: Manitowaning, 1909 -- Mr. Tucker, Mr. J.F. Burns.
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Article: Anniversary celebrated 1925, Snowville, Tehkummah Township -- Mr. and Mrs. William B. Snow, Mr. and Mrs. William
Bennett, Reverend Hall, Mrs. Alex Good, Mrs. Floyd Smith, Mrs. Alf Spry, Bert Snow, Mrs. Ray E. Thompson, Chester Snow,
Hazel Snow, Mr. George McKay, Rev. J.C. Lowrie, Reverend W. Munro.|
Article: Nothing's As Good As It Used To Be, Including Mirrors.
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Photo: The Fort at St. Joseph Island.|
This booklet is dedicated to the War of 1812 between the British and the United States. Also in this edition are the original blueprints of the defense of Drummond Island when it was still in British ownership.
|3-32.||Article: The War of 1812 was important to the Manitoulin -- Had things turned out differently Cockburn, St. Joseph and Manitoulin Island might have been a part of the United States today instead of Canada.|
|14, 15.||Copy of blueprint to defend Drummond Island in 1815.|
|16, 17.||Layout of buildings on Drummond Island, considered part of the Western Manitoulin.|
|31.||Subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
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|An aerial view of Killarney taken a number of years ago.|
Letter to the Editor: 1988 from Bill Alexander.|
Contributor acknowledgments: Bruce Pitfield, Bill Pitfield, Ovus and Del Pandke, Margaret Pippy, Wilbur Prentice, Cora Lowe, Jacqueline Holz, Christine Pitfield, Ann and Bruce Rogers, Bess Pitt Baron, Lorne and Irene Bousquet, Jane de la Morandiere, Norman Smith, Rowland Fowler and J. James and daughters.
|4.||Article: A short sketch of Killarney -- Dr. Emerson Greenman, Stephen Augustin de la Morandiere, Soloman Pilon, Hammond Egen, Thebo Rogue, Robert Johnston.|
Article: Man Rescued from a Fishing Smack by the Frances Smith -- Captain W.T. Robertson, Mr. Boyer, Antoine Boyer.|
Article: Commercial Fishing, 1892 -- Mr. C. Noble, Mr. Jackman.
Photo: The tug Harrison that visited Killarney on many occasions.|
Article: Commercial Fishing -- 1893 and before -- Mr. Wilmot, Mr. Harris, Mr. James Noble.
|7.||Article: Commercial Fishing -- 1893 and before continued -- Alexander Clark.|
|8.||Article: Commercial Fishing -- 1893 and before continued -- C.W. Gauthier, Joseph Wilson, Mr. Harris.|
Article: Commercial Fishing -- 1893 and before continued.|
Copy of receipt from "Noble Brothers Co., Ltd." for fish purchased, dated 1899.
Notice to Mariners, April 13, 1894, signed Captain Henry Sevenes.|
Warning to Anglers, July 20, 1894 re: fishing regulations.
Article: Ontario Fishermen's Views, 1894 -- Mr. McGregor, Mr. MacDonald.|
Photo: Pond net fishing in the 1930's outside Killarney harbour.
Article: Marine in history -- Captain Joe Rogue.|
Photo: of the tug Marechal Foch.
From the Owen Sound Advertiser: the schooner Newash belongs to William Miller.
Article: Master of Noronic Dies, 1944 -- Captain Herbert James Aitken, Capt. W.F. Howell.|
Article: Veteran Sailor of Lakes Capt. F.J. Waugh Dies, 1945 -- Capt. Richard Chapman, Dr. Horsey, Margaret Jane Bain, Susan Hines.
Photo: The Hibou.|
Photo: The Telegram.
|15.||Article: To Have Ferry Ship Built in Collingwood, 1945.|
Article: To Have Ferry Ship Built in Collingwood, 1945 continued -- Ivor Wagner, W.W. Barnard, W.A. Alexander,
Article: dated October 1885 -- Mr. J.W. Jerwyn, Judge Barrett.
Article: dated August 1885.
Article: dated January 1889.
Photo: the steamer Caribou.|
Article: dated September 1946 -- Captain Arthur Batten, Mickie Macaulay.
Article: dated July 1880 -- Captain Fisher, Colonel Morgan.
Article: dated June 1900 -- Mr. McKinnon.
|18.||Article: Geological Survey of Canada, Geological Work 1892 -- Dr. Bell, Mr. Alexander Murray, Mr. H.G. Skill, Mr. W.H. Miller, Mr. R.W. Brock.|
|19.||Article: Geological Survey of Canada continued -- Mr. Skill, Messrs. Miller and Brock.|
Article: Geological Survey of Canada continued.|
Photo: Lighthouse on Lonely Island.
Article: dated November 1901 -- Mr. A.A. Hackett, Captain Clevand.
Article: dated October 1910 -- Captain John Smith.
Poem: October's Party, from the scrapbook of Jean Harvey.
Photo: Killarney Senior Hockey Team -- Bill Rousseau, Charlie Rogue, Herbie Rogue, Alex McDonald and Tom Adams.|
Poem: Junior Hockey dated 1910, by Willie Stewart.
|22.||Article: Killarney Attractions, 1940 -- Rev. Vincent McHugh, Rev. J.C. Coghlan, Chief Joe Wabegijig, Adolf Kiefer, Gail Fruehauf, Danny Galbraith, Louis Corville, Harvey Fruehauf, Leonard William Meanwell.|
Article: Killarney Attractions, 1940 continued -- Mr. Currie, Joseph Mejaki.|
Article: dated May 1885 -- Wm. Smith.
Article: dated April 1900 -- W.H. Becks, Mr. Angus McDonald.
Article: dated July 1885.
Article: dated July 1934 -- Tillie Bateman, Ronald Beange, Virginia Murray, Addie Rogue, Clarence Rogue, Zella de la Morandiere.
Article: dated May 1934 -- Wilfred Mejaki, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mejaki.
Article: dated June 1934.
|24.||Photo: supposed picture of Killarney waterfront in the part of 1800's.|
Article: Provincial Board of Health Annual Report for 1921 of District No. 8, by Dr. J.W.S. McCullough.|
Article: dated July 1874.
Article: dated June 1874.
Article: dated September 1864 -- Mr. William Miller.
Photo: Lower dam by Collins Inlet Lumber Company.|
Photo: Jackman Store in Killarney, 1932.
Article: Births, children of Ferdinand Roque and Marguerite: Jean Baptiste, Virginia, Catherine, Genevieve, Marie
Mageurite, Louis, Nicholas, Francis, Andrew, Ferinand, Joseph, Alfred, Marie, Genevieve Antione.|
Article: Golden Wedding Aniversary, 1899 of Ferdinald and Marguerite Roque, Mayor Jackman, Father Caron, Sister Ignatius, Virginian Roque, Pierre Regis de la Morandier, Miss Josette de la Morandier, Miss M. Soloman, Mr. P.R. de la Morandiere, Mr. Jackman.
Article: dated May 1902 -- Dr. Burholder, Joe Walsh.
Article: dated 1957-58.
Article: Tourism -- Ivor Wagner.|
Article: September 1881 -- Mr. Alex Green.
Article: June 1882 -- Mr. Unwin.
Article: February 1871.
|29.||Article: Dominion Day Celebration, 1922 -- N. Trotter, J. Flemeau, J. George, E. Rogers, B. Petch, Miss I. Trotter, Miss E. Trotter, E. Roque, Fredie Prouix, Mr. Gibbs, Mr. McKenzie, Mr. Jackman, Mr. Bonus, Peter de la Morandier, Mathilda Thebo, S.T. Thebo, Rev. E. J Lajeunesse, Soloman Thibault, Mary Mathilda Parent, Joseph Parent and Marie Jenne Berthiaume, Mary Affleck, Tom Jackman, T.H. Jackman, William J. Pitfield, Bruce Pitfield.|
|30.||Photo: John Moran and Sammy de la Morandiere.|
Photo: Killarney School, 1946.|
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Article: Tom Collins Passes, 1901 -- Tom Collins.|
Article: dated September 1885 -- Tom Nasles.
Article: dated July 1874.
Letter: from Prime Minister L.B. Pearson to Mr. Lowe, dated 1963.
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|Photo: of the Queen Mother inspecting troops.|
|3.||Tribute to our history.|
Poem: Where the Trouble lies, by John Caswell.|
Article: Fatal Accident On McGregor Bay, 1953 -- Lionel St. Jean, Edward Pandke, Ernest Roque.
Poem: "To You from Falling Hands".|
Article: Local Boy in Battle of Dieppe, 1942 -- Pt. Wm. McColeman.
Poem: The Sea Kings, 1919.
Poem: "We Remember" by Limber Gunner.|
Poem: Poppy Day, by Mrs. N. Ingram.
Photo: Sgt. Observer James McLean Johnson.|
Article: Memorial Plaque Unveiled -- Rev. W.J. Rayner, Harold L. Winter, Marvin Woods.
Hymn: "O Valiant Hearts".
Article: Monument, 1930 -- Rev. H.B. Bamford, Rev. W. Munroe, Mrs. Melvin Bock, Mrs. J.W. Foster, Mrs. Wm. McKenzie, Rev. P. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Lehman, Rev. R. Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Pike.
Poem: Remembrance Day, by Dodd.|
Article: Hold Memorial for Rifleman, 1944 -- Armand McMillan.
A Letter Home: by Pte. G. Alexander.
Poem: They Sleep.
|9.||Photo and Poem: In Flander's Field, by John McCrae.|
Photo: of memorial archives at Royal Military College, Kington.|
Poem: Remembrance Day -- November 11th by Lindley H. Bennett.
List of Manitoulin District Boys in the 2nd World War (may not be a complete list of all those serving)|
THOSE WHO DIED SERVING: Leslie Campbell, John Eadie, James McLean Johnson, Leonard Lehman, Russell McCracken, Robert Smeltzer, Russell Stringer.
THOSE ENLISTED IN THE ARMY: S.B. Abatossway, Frank Adkins, James Aelicks, Gabriel Aibens, Gilbert Alexander, W.J. Anglin, Bill Armstrong, J.F. Assiniwe, Orville Aiken, Lawrence Armstrong, George Assiniwe, Dominic Ativine, Dominic Antawine, Charlie Addison, Angus Abel, Narcees Armstrong, Neosee Abel, Vincent Abel, Roy Bailey, C.J. Beaudin, O. Bebimikawa, Arnold Bell, Ralph Bickell, Clifford Boyd, Thos. Boyter, J.W. Bowes, D.R. Bowes, Geo. N.J. Bowes, J.A. Brown, Ivan Brown, Wm. Bryan, D.G Buchanan, Ted Baker, Roy Bryan, Jim Becks, Willis Buie, Roy Boyter, Herbert Bond, Howard Bond, Angus Bondy, Bert Bennett, Dorne Bryant, Melvin Bowerman, Clint Bowerman, John S. Bryant, Keith Beange, Dominic Belle, Howard Burch, Arnold Buck, James Bisson, Neil Bryant, D.V. Brown, O. Brocklebank, Neil Bryant, E.R. Bailey, A.A. Cada, A.F. Caldwell, Elwood Campbell, Harry Chisholm, Dick Clarke, Frank Clarke, H.C. Conley, George Campbell, Theo. Corbiere, Frank Cooper, Jim Conley, J.V. Callaghan, P. Collins, Ellis Caddel, Roy Campbell, Clifford Carter, Angus Cado, Clifford Charleton, Dominic Corbiere, Aubrey Chalmers, Lloyd Campbell, C.A. Cadieux, Cecil Cress, Wilred Cada, Clayton Corbiere, Philip Corbiere, Wm. Corbiere, E.W. David, J.M. Debassiege, John A. Eadie, Wm. R. Eadie, Ernest Eagle, Bobbie Edmonds, Robert Eshkibok, Frank Eshkibok, Alphonse Enosse, Lawrence Enowwe, James Fells, J.W. Ferguson, R. Ferguson, H.J. Fox, George Fox, Albert Ferguson, K.C. Flakner, William Fowler, Hubert Fowler, Matt Falls, Ivan Falls, Harold Felix, W.J. Finley.
|12.||List of Manitoulin District Boys in the 2nd World War -- ARMY continued -- Fred Fineday, W.H. Flood, I. Gabow, Alphonse Gaiashk, J.A. Ganaiveby, Lorne Greenman, Ivan Griffith, Gilbert Gilchrist, Wm. Gilchrist, Gordon Greenman, Harry Gardiner, K. Green, George Guy, R.J. Gibson, Kenneth Green, Wm. Gibson, A. Goodmurphy, Alian Hall, Harold Hall, R.R. Hall, Lewis Hartley, W.J. Hastie, W.R. Huffman, T.A. Haywood, Orace Hayden, Carl Hallet, R. Haight, Karl Hallet, George Hubbert, Harold Hubbert, J.S. Howard, A. Hilson, G. Hilson, R.I. Hembruff, Roy Hembruff, C. Henry, A. Hannah, G.E. Humphrey, Stanley Hopkins, Allan Hopkins, Ernest Hazzard, Jack Halcrow, Harold Ham, Ernest Hopkins, Raymond Hughson, Eric Hughson, Frank Haner, Everett Haner, A.B. Heis, Howard Harper, O.R. Irwin, Frank Jobokwam, G.S. Jenkins, Ivan Jones, Wilbert Jefkins, Les Jones, G.L. Kemp, Wilfred Kimewon, P. King, Raymond King, A. Kitchekeg, Peter King, Kenneth Kemp, Robert King, Robert King, Clive Kirk, Adolphus Lewis, W.A. Lewis, Arthur Langton, Lawrence Lane, N.F. Lockyer, H. Lockyer, Bob Leeson, Norris Lovelace, Elmer Lovelace, Charles Lochead, Matt Langtree, D.B. MacMillan, R.J. MacMurray, P.A. Mastin, Frank Major, G. Mandamin, Andrew Manitowabi, Vincent Manitowabi, Albert Manitowabi, H.E. Mandamin, J. Manitowabi, C.R. Marshall, Wm. McColeman, Neil McDonald, Beverley McGill, J.L McGaughey, I.E. McIntrye, Ernest McKay, Murdock McKay, L.F. McDonald, M. McLean, G. McLennan, D.A. McMillan, H. McPhee, Steve Mejaki, H.E. Mejaki, Dennis Middaugh, F. Mills, S.J. Mills, Isaac Modass, Mervin Montgomery, F.A.R. Morphet, Albert McArthur, Wm. Montgomery, Archie McLean, Freeman Marshall, Jack McCaig, Lyle McKay, Don McMillan, Jack McKay, L. McCulligh, W. Michie, Ernest McCulligh, Elmer McCullligh, Glen Myers, George McLennan, Hubert McGauley, John McGauley, Russell McDonald, R.G. McDonald, Hopkins Murray, Leslie Misner, Nelson McCracken, James R. Morrison, Carmon Middaugh, Grenville McCulligh, Stanley McDougall, Gladin McLennan, S.D. McEachrane, Jack McQuay, James McQuarrie, N, MacArthur, Harold MacMillan, Albert Migwans, Lawrence Migwans, Raye Migwans, John Migwans, Pat Migwanis Herb Migwanis, Jonas Modess, Doran McColeman, K.A. McLeod, Jack C. MacMillan, W.H. MacMillan, W.J. Nichols, Jas. Noble, John Nelson, Harry Nevills, John Neghswander, Alma Noble, Harry Nevills.|
List of Manitoulin District Boys in the 2nd World War -- ARMY continued -- J. Orr, Stanley Odjig, Lloyd Orford,
John Osawamik, Jos. Oshkiboose, John Osawabine, Leo Peltier, David Peltier, Jerry Pennie, A. Perrault, Thos. Pitwanakwat,
Wm. Porter, Austin Priddle, Grand Priddle, J.A. Proulx, Lyman Pearson, Earl Pickard, R.I. Pyette, F. Pyette, E. Peltier,
Wm. Pemberton, Stanley Pidgeon, John Pierreault, Morley Pidgeon, Oliver Pidgeon, Fred Penny, D. Penny, Ivan Paul,
Lawrence Pateman, Robt. Prentice, James Purdy, Victor Pyette, C.E. Paisley, Wm. Recollet, D.S. Richards, L. Rivers,
Nelson, Robinson, H. Rowe, F. Rowe, L. Rowe, Fred Rumsley, Leslie Rumsley, Justin Ray, Harry Roper, Fred Sagle,
W. Shawandam, Jacob Shawande, Isaac Shawande, Albert Shigwadja, N. Shiwandjam, G.T. Simpson, L. Simon, Gabriel Simons
Wm. Skippen, J. Smeltzer, M.J. Steel, A.C. Stephens, F.A. Strain, Fred Strain, Ross Strain, D.N. Sullivan,
Claude Stevens, Allie Stevens, Stuart Sloss, Melvin Smith, Augbrey Smith, Percy Smith, J.L. Smith, J.J. Smith,
Theodore Simons, Dan Sampson, F. Smith, C. Sheppard, Raymond Sagle, Harry Smyth, Walter Smyth, Steven Sampson,
Melvin Smith, Jas. Sullivan, Grant Sloss, John Takwadjiwan, O. Taylor, Fred Tekema, Gus Tekema, Casimir Trudeau,
I. Trudeau, J. Trudeau, Eric Trunbull, Henry Trudeau, Donald Tracy, Jos. Thibault, Dennis Taylor, Roy Trimmer,
Wm. Vanevery, L. Vanhorn, H.E. VanMeer, L. Vanzant, Melvin VanHorn, Garfield VanHorn, Bayward VanHorne, H. Valliquett,
Reed VanHorne, Stewart VanHorn, Wilmer Vanhorn, Harry Wabanoose, John Wakegijig, Clarence Wakegijig, W.W. Wagg, Tom Wagg,
Wallace Wagg, Douglas Wagg, Charlie Whiteloon, Boniface Wassiegijig, Alden Williamson, Floyd Willamson, Max Williamson,
Eli Wabagun, Lenard Woods, Grant Witty, Felix Wemigwans, Adolphus Wemigwans, Isadore Wemigwans, L.J. West, A. Willis,
Max Williamson, Orland Wismer, L.C. Wood, R.J.H. White, G. Wemigwams, Chas. White, R.J.F. White, W.A. Wilkinson,
W. Williton, Bert Wismer, W.R. Witty, Ken Wright, Wilfred Williams, Ivan Wood, Arlof White, Alden Williamson, L. Weissgerber,
B. Wilkin, Art Wilkinson, Myles Young.|
WOMEN'S DIV. ARMY -- Geraldine Arnold, Naomi Ainslie, Jery Arnold, Essie Armstrong, Evelyn Campbell, Beatrice King, Mrs. Lyman Sherman, Margaret McCaig, Dorothy M. Marshall, Jean Norguay, Reta Tekema.
List of Manitoulin District Boys in the 2nd World War -- AIR FORCE -- Norton Ainslie, Kenneth Anstice,
L.D. Ainslie, Emerson Bainborough, Willard Bainborough, Robt. Beange, Thos. B. Britten, Oscar Burns, Roderick Burns,
Lorne Boose, Albion Buck, W.E. Baker, T.L. Cunning, Tom Clarke, Leon Elford, A.I. Eadie, Thomas Farquhar Jr.,
Omey Ferguson, G.I. Fraser, Wm. Ferguson, Donald Geiger, Harold Griffith, Lloyd Griffith, George Gilpin, Fred Green,
Harvey Haner, M. Hembruff, Carman Hubbert, G.B. Johnston, Harold Johnson, Homer Johnston, James Kinney, Fred King,
E.F. Leeson, W.W. Legge, Neil McArthur, Ernest McColeman, L. McDougall, Sandy McKenzie, Jim McRae, Lottie McArthur
(WD), Douglas Marshall, Melvin McKenzie, D. McKenzie, Ronald McQuarrie, A. May, Stanley McGill, Douglas Marshall,
James Moore, M.I. Morton (WD), Burton McColeman, Kenneth Noble, Raymond Orford, Norma Orford (WD), Ernest Orford,
R.K. Patterson, Fraser Porter, V. Punch, Grant Purdy, Chester Robinson, Clifford Robinson, B. Riddell, Harold Rumley,
Mike Smith, R.G. Thorburn, Alex Thorburn, W.H. Tracy, Jim Thompson, Murray Thompson, Edie Vanhorn (WD), C. Valiquette,
Royve VanZants, Harold Winter, Clair Wilson, Douglas Weeks, Ivan Williamson, W.O. Young.|
NAVY -- Roy Baxter, George Beange, Clarence Blackburn, Bill Blackburn, Don Boyd, Del Boyd, John Bryan, Bill Clarke, John Currey, Audrey Coultis, Glen Cond, Harvey Elliot, Howard Elliot, Ed Gillette, Roy Lovelace, Edward McCraken, Ronnie McDougall, Stanley McDougall, Gladden McLennan, G. McKenzie, J.D. McArthur, Maurice Penny, Jim Purvis, Dr. R.M. Simpson, Scott Sanders, F. Solomon, Allan Tustian, John Tilson, Frank Wagg, Fred Wood, Marvin Woods, Dalton Wright, Harold Wright, Wm. Wright, Chester Williamson, Lestr Willliamson, R. Young.
CANADIAN MERCHANT MARINE -- Clarence Edmonds, Clarence McKinley, Lloyd Merrylees, Hughie Noland, Geo. Thornton, C. Vanzant.
R.C.A.M.C. NURSES -- Edna Millman and Elsie Wilson.
Article: The Best and Bravest.|
Article: Silver Water Mourns Another Death in Action -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowler, Sergeant Lloyd John Fowler, William Fowler, Hubert Fowler.
Article: Spring Bay Boy Loses Life Overseas, 1944 -- Pte. Gilbert Alexander's mother Mrs. Robert Alexander. Siblings: John, Joe, Rex, Mrs. Bayward Buie, Mrs. Russell Keatley, Mrs. Lance Houston, Mrs. Robert Pickard, Mr. Wilson Sterling, Rev. C.A. Berry.
Poem: Autumn and Heaven Are One.
|16.||Article: Patriotic Concert, 1900 -- Chas. Counad, Mrs. McArthur, Mrs. Sanderson, Miss M. McArthur, E.L. Brazenor, Mrs. J. Riddell, Mrs. McKessock, Miss I. Jackson, W. Jackson, D.A. Bickell, Sheriff Ed. H. Jackson, Miss E. Johnson, Judge McCallum, James Kerr, S.P. Jacson, Miss Laird, Msdames Sanderson and Riddell, W.R. Abrey, Miss Thomas, Ida Jackson and Aunt Mattie White.|
Article: Just Eight Months in Army Man Killed, 1944 -- Rifleman Armand R. MacMillan, Mrs. Wildra J. MacMillan, Mr. and
Mrs. Alan MacMillan, Arnold MacMillan, Alan MacMillan, Jack MacMillan, David MacMillen.|
Article: Meldrum Bay Boy Wounded in Holland, 1944 -- Pte. Reid Vanhorn, Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Vanhorn, Lyle Vanhorn.
Article: Dies of Wounds Overseas, 1944 -- Pte. Norman McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDonald.
Article: Island Boy Wounded in Italy, 1944 -- Sgt. W.R. Wiber, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Wiber.
Photos: of First Officer C.B. Hall and First Officer Willard S. Hall.|
Article: One Brother Killed, Other Returns Home, 1945 -- Dr. and Mrs. Morton Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall, Capt. M.E. Hall, Maj. R.M., Hall.
Photo: Flt. Lt. R.K. Patterson, F.O. Ed Cable, F.O. Jim Kinney.|
Article: Remembrance Day Service, 1948.
Article: Silver Water Boy Killed in Action, 1944 -- Pte. William Russel McCracken, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCracken, Eva
(Mrs. Charles Addison) Ted McCracken, Nelson McCracken. Followed by a letter from S.B. East, Padre.|
Article: Gordon Twp. Boy Loses Life Overseas, 1944 -- Signalman Richard Jaffray, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Clarke, Mr. C A.K. Cockburn, Miss Eileen.
Article: Don't Send Individual Boxes to War Prisoners.|
Article: Flier Reported Killed, After First Missing, 1944 -- Flt. Sgt. Frederick George Green, Mr. and Mrs. John Green. Also mentioned are his wife and daughter Carol Green.
Article: Gore Bay Boy on Torpedoed Boat, 1942 -- Lloyd Merryless.
Article: Celebrate Coming Of Peace at Gore Bay, 1945.|
Article: Memorial Service Held for Pte. Keith Beange, 1945 -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beange, Rev. W.J. Rayner.
Article: Memorium -- Floyd Williamson, forever remembered by sister, Dot.
Article: Impressive Memorial Service Held, 1945 -- Pte. Douglas Rudolph Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wright, Mr. S.J. Taylor, Rev. A.J. Brice, Jack Brydges, Blake Smith.
Article: Fear Former Manitoulin Girl May Be Prisoner of Japs, 1942 -- Mrs. Ethel Rogers Mulvany, Capt. D.P. Mulvany,
Article: Injuries In Holland, 1945 -- Douglas Maxwell Wigg, Mrs. Nellie (Hunter) Wagg, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Wagg, Mrs. (Madeline) D.E. Becks, Mrs. (Marion) Dufferin Drown, Miss Gladys Wagg.
|24.||Victory is ours, over Germany.|
Article: Joyous Crowds Welcome Peace When News Breaks -- Rev. W.J. Rayner, Judge A.B. Currey, Mr. O.D. Cadotte,
Rev. Father Barker, Constable R.M. Sloss.|
Article: Gordon Township Soldier Honoured, 1945 -- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Strain, Pte Jim Noble, Mr. C. Cockburn, Leslie Peterson.
Article: Traffic Bridge Opened on Wednesday, 1945.|
Photo: of the early bridge at Little Current, 1945.
Article: Rock Blast in Silca Quarry Kills Workman, 1942 -- James Thompson, Mr. Charles Abotossaway.
|27.||Photo: Cadets of Temperance, submitted by Jack Hester.|
Advertisement: Hayes Manufacturing Co. of Vancouver.|
Article: Cockburn Island Loses Mail Service as Population Drops, 1961.
Photo: of people sitting on the dock at Providence Bay c. 1923, submitted by Albert Buck. Known persons in the photo:
Richard Buck, Grace McIntyre, Albert Buck, Elizabeth Monkhouse, millie Cranston, Peal Buck and Annie McArthur.|
Article: Three Burned in Explosion, 1944 -- Louis Leeson, Lee Kay, Alex Nahwegezchic.
Article: Tobermory, 1970.
|30.||Photo: The community of Duck Island.|
Article: Great Duck Island, 1878 -- William Purvis.|
Married: 1891 -- A.J. Flavin and Mr. O.T. Cole.
Article: Tobermory Women Dies in Blazing Hostel's Kitchen, 1936 -- Mrs. B. Vail, Mr. and Mrs. George Dustan, Miss Bain.
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Article: Manitoulin Island, 1922 -- Letter by Mr. W.S. Chisholm.|
Article: Conservatives First For Algoma As Usual, 1885 -- Mr. Broder, Mr. Pardee.
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Poem: My First Christmas In Heaven, by M.C.G.|
Article: Passenger of Steamer Jones Found, 1954 -- Edward Addison, Bert Kemp, Capt. R.L. Graham.
|4.||Front cover of a Souvenir Booklet made for S.S. No. 1 Assiginack School, Hilly Grove, 1918 -- teacher: Alice V. Turnbull. Submitted by Owen Maguire.|
|5.||Inside page of a Souvenir Booklet made for S.S. No. 1 Assiginack School -- pupils: Hilda Sim, Oswald Maguire, Albert Hindle, Margaret Haner, Alice Hindle, Earl Sim, Willie Maguire, Leslie Lineham, Mary Hindle, Reta Haner, Katie McDougall, Violet McDougall, John Hindle, Norman Sims, Robert Hindle, Grant Sim.|
Inside page of a Souvenir Booklet made for S.S. No. 1 Assiginack School -- J.T. Rutledge, J. Maguire, W. Haner, D. Sim.|
Letter to the Editor: Persons missed in the November 1988 edition's WWII service personnel -- Reta Bailey (Army), Marjorie Wiber (Nurse), Wm. Wiber, Cliff Boyd Sr. (Navy), Alan Graham (Army), Lyle Graham (Navy), Mac Wiber (Air Force), Jim McKenzie (Air Force). Submitted by Helen Croswell.
Front of postcard bearing Christmas Wishes.|
Back of above post card addressed to Mr. Geo. Hodgson, signed by D. Cameron. Postage 1 cent.
|8.||Article: The Honora School in 1895 -- Cecil McVey, Archie Kennedy, H.R. Herriman, Jno. Collins, Alonzo Chisholm, Wm. Graham, Archie Kennedy, Chas. Peck, Thos. Marshall, Jno. Kennedy, Finlay Ferguson, Angus Kennedy, Mr. H. Cannard, Thos. Rowe, Thos. Summerville, H. Herriman, William J. Pheonix, Chas. Anderson, Geo. Armstrong.|
|9.||Article: The Honora School in 1895 continued- J. Collins, A. Chisholm, Mrs. M. McGrath, George Armstrong, Don Chisholm, L.W. Ferguson, H.R. Herriman, W.L. Herriman, W.J. Phenox, Mr. Chas. Stewart, James Graham, Thom. Rowe, Thom. Summerville, Charles Peck.|
|10.||Article: The Honora School in 1895 continued- J. Collins, A. Chisholm, Mrs. M. McGrath, George Armstrong, Don Chisholm, L.W. Ferguson, H.R. Herriman, W.L. Herriman, W.J. Phenox, Mr. Chas. Stewart, James Graham, Thom. Rowe, Thom. Summerville, Charles Peck, Henry Rogers, John Moore, Wm. Trumble, David Hay, T.H. Armstrong, Andrew Russell, Mrs. W. O'Brien, Mrs. Jessie O'Brien, Charles Clarke, John Hore, Miss Mephan, Miss Florence Hay, J.L Moore, Miss McNevin, Miss Ida Summerville, John Orr, Archie Ferguson, G. Hawke, D. McKenzie, H. Rogers.|
|11.||Article: The Honora School in 1895 continued -- Miss Marshall, Mr. J.A. Sharp, Wm. Moore, Mr. J.A. Sharp, Archie Ferguson, H. Rogers, George McVey, Miss Garley, Miss Campbell, Jessie Patterson, Mr. Weston, W.L. Herrimen, William J. Phoenix Chas. Stewart, George Armstrong, Don Chisholm, L.W. Ferguson, E.S. Brown, John Kennedy, R. English, C. Anderson, W.A.M. Bellwood, William Graham, Mrs. M. McGrath, T.G. Steinberger, J. Hawke, Henry Rogers, Gideon Hawke, E.N. Mayor.|
Article: The Honora School in 1895 continued -- John Cormier, John R. Graham, Miss McNevin, W. Cannard, Jesse
O'Brien, Wm. Ashley, D. Hay, Florence Hay, John Colins, John R. Graham, G. Hawke.|
Poem: of Island Visitor Recalls Lake Manitou, written by Thayer McIntyre.
|13.||Article: Yesteryears of Campbell Township -- Gordon McAllister, Mrs. Margaret Lougheed, J.D. McColeman, Sydney Sloss, Dorothy Sloss, Al Brandow, Doug Patterson, W.A. McColeman, Wendell Buie, W.J. Wright, Andrew Dryden, Dr. Baker, Dr. Davis.|
Article: Yesteryears of Campbell Township -- Mrs. Margaret Lougheed, Mrs. John McMillan, Neil McAllister, John McCormick,
Neil McColeman, Parkin brothers, William Buie, Lauchie Galbraith, John Sloss, Bill Montgomery, Alexander Campbell,
Photo: John and Bella McMillan.
Article: Yesteryears of Campbell Township -- Mr. Montgomery. Families in the township: McCormick, Gilpin, Bryan,
Lanktree, Breathat, McColeman, Cranston, Buie, Montgomery, McMillan, Lougheed, McAllister, Belton, Marshall, Lewis,
Grimes, Omnet, Patterson, Legge, Wilson, Hubbard, Long, Hiltz and Buck. Others mentioned: John and Bella McMillan,
Mr. Walter Wright, Thomas and Margaret Lougheed. Some teachers: Billie Gilpin, Humphrey May, Alice (Turnbull) Paisley,
Cameron Bell, Clifford Abbott, Lily Toop, Harry Coventry, Ethel (Gilroy) McMillan, Jessie Hubbard, Miss Baker, Ruby
(McColeman) Woodruff, Mrs. McLennon and Maria McDermid.|
Photo: Early 1900's at Mindemoya River -- Albert Buck, Richard Buck, Bill Smith and Martin Buck.
|16.||Photo: Grimesthorpe School students 1916, submitted by Anges White -- Verden Buie, Austin Hartley, Vernon McColeman, Hilton Cranston, Mame Morrow, Bessie Jaffray (Mrs. Colin MacDermid), Pearl Lougheed (Mrs. Norman Marshall), Freda Ellis, Etta Lougheed, Myrtle Gilchrist, (Mrs. Donald McKechnie), Willie Reid, Jim Cranston, henry Cranston, Jack Alexander, Johnny Gilchrist, Clifford Galbraith, George Ellis, Olive Wilson (Mrs. Andy King), Rowena Cranston (Mrs. Wes McColeman), Lila Lewis (Mrs. Lwellyn Honess), Margaret Alexander, Matilda Reid (Mrs. Alf Cranston), Peter Gilchrist, Burton McColeman, Tory McColeman, Austin Lewis, Richard Reid, Willis Buie, Bobby Alexander, Basil McColeman, Emerson Lewis, Lloyd Reid, Colin Omnet, Earl McColeman, Joe Alexander, Jessie Alexander, Lizzie Sidey, Doris McMillan and Mrs. Wm. McColeman.|
Article: Reduce Butter Ration to Four Ounces, 1946.|
Article: Sixth Ration Book Will Be Issued in Early Fall, 1946.
Article: Some history of the Manitowaning Agriculture Society, 1925.|
Copy of a Bank Securities draft for The Manitowaning Agricultural Society, dated January 21, 1952.
|19.||Copy of Conditional Receipt from the Manitowaning Agricultural Society, dated December 28, 1920 - William A. Hare.|
|20.||Article: Some history of the Manitowaning Agriculture Society continued -- Hugh Wright McLaughlin, W.B. McLaughlin.|
Photo: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexander Sr. about 1900, submitted by Mrs. Agnes (Alexander) White.|
Photo: Alexander family taken before 1900 -- Robert Jr., Robert Sr., John, Buffy, Sadie, Mrs. Robt. Sr., Mrs. Robt. Jr.
Photo: of Martha Willetin, Jessie Alexander and Robert Alexander, taken by Wm. Dunlop.|
Photo: of Mrs. Wm. Alexander taken about 1900.
Article: The Ocean House and Other Accommodations in Gore Bay -- W.I. Smith, H.B. Hunt, H. Currie, R.J. Porter.|
Advertisement: for the Pacific Hotel, Gore Bay. John Connor, proprietor.
Advertisement: for the Queen's Hotel, Gore Bay. A.C. Bryan, proprietor.|
Photo: of the Queen's Hotel, Gore Bay.
Photo: of the Ocean House, Gore Bay.|
Photo: of Mr. R.J. Porter, proprietor of the Ocean House.
Article: The Ocean House and Other Accommodations in Gore Bay continued.
Article: The Ocean House and Other Accommodations in Gore Bay continued -- Tom and Annie Porter, Hector McLean,
Art "Crusty" Bryan, R.E. Cummings.|
Advertisement: for the Queen's Hotel, Gore Bay signed H.L. McLean, Prop.
|27.||Photo: 1946, new ferry for Tobermory, Norisle.|
Photo: Robert Herbert, late 1930's.|
Robert Herbert and Mrs. Pearl (Tyson) Herbert operated the Mr. Perch Restaurant on the Killarney waterfront.
Article: Local News of 1905 -- F.H. Bell, John A. Shields, Neil McDougall, W.J. Brooks, A.J. Cooper, R.R. McKessock,
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jackson, Mrs. John A. Bateman, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. Cathcart, Mr. H.P. May,
W.H. Gordon, Mrs. T.H. Bell.|
Article: Little Current, 1922 -- Mr. Robt. Howe, Rev. H. Cocks, C. Cook, L. Sims, W. Obbottosway, Rev. Greenslade.
Article: Pack of Wolves Chases Boy, 17 -- Robert Eagles, Lorne Eagles, Elmer Hutchinson.|
Notice: subscription is due in January.
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Article: Brittainville, 1930 -- Mr. Percy Lewis, Mr. Asa Lewis, John Glasby, Sidney Sloss, Roy Marshall, Mr. Wm. and
Miss Lena Marshall, Wm. Hubbert, Clifford Bowser, John McCormick, Jim McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilpin, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Honess, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Marshall, Wm. Marshalll, Mrs. Clifford Bowser, Mr. Sam Paisley, Mrs. Alex McColeman,
Mrs. Geo. Campbell, Mrs. Neil McColeman, Mrs. Joe McColeman Sr., Maynard Campbell, Dave Campbell, George Campbell,
George Scott, Mrs. A.G. McColeman.|
Article: Grimesthorpe, 1930 -- Rev. Bamford, Peter Gilchrist, Duncan McKechnie, Mrs. Jas. Lougheed and Etta, Mrs. Sarah Gilchrist, Mrs. Alf Cranston, Mr. Lloyd Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McAllister, Earl Lewis.
Message from Thessalon Riter, 1880, from Hugh Armstrong.
Article: Penetanguishene, 1946 -- Capt. Joseph Oulette, Mrs. Leo Quesnelle, Julia Payette.
|Photo: 1925 of Bridal Veil Falls on the Kagawong River.|