Black and white photo of 28 people standing beside bicycles. The men are wearing pants and the women are wearing long skirts. All are wearing various sorts of hats. Signs attached to the handlebars of each bicycle read "KARN ORGAN & PIANO CO'Y". On the right in the background is a 3 story brick building with shuttered windows on the 2nd and 3rd floors. In front of this building (behind the bicycles) is a horse drawn buggy with 2 men in it. On the left in the background is another brick building with trees in front of it. Two men can be seen standing in the doorway of this building. A sign on a building in the background states "USE RICHARDS' PURE SOAP".
Black and white photo of 3 Woodstock and Ingersoll buses and their drivers. Buses appear to be lined up at side of rode with a driver standing in front and to the left of each bus. Bus on right has license plate which reads "157". Drivers on the right and left are dressed similarly in knee high boots and light coloured "uniform" suit and hat. Man in middle is dressed in a dark coloured suit with white shirt and tie. In the background can be seen barns (4) and trees. On reverse is photographer's stamp reading "PHOTOGRAPHED BY HAYBALL STUDIO PROTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL WOODSTOCK, ONT.".
Never used card. Front: Black and white photograph with a white border of two men and a horse drawn carriage. Both men are wearing white aprons. One man is pretending to pull the cart and the other man is standing on the left side of the cart with his right arm resting on a handle on the side of the cart. Labeled at back on side of cart "Johnston's Bakery". Labeled at front on side of cart "405 Dundas St.". Building in background on left partially visible (sign on ground with lettering "[Gr]ocers [461 D]undas. St." Visible). Brick building on right has a stone foundation. Reverse: Printed along top "Post Card", "Correspondence", "Name And Address". Printed in upper right corner in place of st
A black / white group photo of a baseball team. The photo has a glossy finish, light background, medium contrast and a white border. There are a total of 15 in the group: 8 Men standing in the back row, 6 men sitting on chairs in the front row and a bat boy sitting cross-legged on the floor front center. The bat boy is holding a baseball bat in each hand (soft spot near the floor) and a softball is laying on the floor in front of the bats. In front of each of the bat boy's knees is a trophy. Two words are distinguished on the left trophy with the figure of a batter on its top. They are: "CANADIAN" and "SOFTBALL". The trophy on the right is not readable at all. The men are wearing dress shirts
Black and white photo of band members in front of a building. The photo has a glossy finish, white borders on the side edges, full depth of field and high in contrast. There are 23 men: 9 In the front row, 4 in the 2nd row, 3 in the 3rd row and 7 in the back row. All but one man is in band uniform. The man who is not in uniform is in the back row left and he appears to be in a military uniform. A drum set is in the foreground before the men. The largest drum has the words "TRUCK ENGINEERING BAND" around its edges and a picture of a music stand (?) At its center. The men stand on steps at the entrance to a brick building. Two men on each side of the front row are on the grass with small shrubs
Black and white glossy photo of a group of 5 women. They are arranged at the entrance way (interior) of a house. Woman at right is standing beside a stair railing. She has her purse in her left hand and her coat in her right. The four others are gathered in front of the stair railing at left. The photograph has scalloped edges.
Black and white glossy photo with white border of 4 women and a man. Photographed inside a ceramics/pottery studio. The women are sitting at tables filled with fired and unfired ceramic items (flowers ?). They are painting and assembling the pieces. The man is standing between the two tables that are in the background of the photograph. On the back at the bottom right corner is stamped in blue ink "Ken Poste - Portrait and Commercial Photography [?] Woodstock Ont.".
Black and white glossy photo of a woman cutting a ceremonial ribbon. The woman is in the center of the photo with a pair of scissors in her right hand. She is standing at the entrance to a room, with a ribbon stretched across the opening. She has just cut the ribbon. She is wearing a dark dress and jacket with a white top underneath, white gloves and a corsage on her right lapel. There is a large group of people standing behind her.
Black and white photo of a large group of people. Titled:" Eureka Planter Co. Picnic/Southside Park Woodstock Ontario Monday August 1 1927." Writing on the back in blue ballpoint ink: "Robert Stewart (with Felt Hat)/Father of Marion Bertha Tucker/ & Grandfather of Norman Tucker, E.W. Nesbitt (White hat and gotee)/ grandfather of Wallace Nesbitt." In the backround there are cars to the left hand side and tents to the right hand side.
A sepia toned professional photo of a light coloured brick, single storey building. A large sign on the front of the building reads: "THE CROWN LUMBER CO. LIMITED / MANUFACTURERS OF / WAGON RIMS AND SLEIGH RUNNERS". Men are standing in front of the building along with a one-horse wagon and a two-horse wagon team. The two-horse wagon is loaded with lumber. There is a pile of lumber on the building's right. A smoke stack rises from behind the building. In the background, on the left, is a building that has medium/dark brickwork. It is 3 storeys in height and has "& RANGES" visible on it. The foreground is grass, dirt and dirt road. The photo is mounted to black mat board.
Colour photo of a group of people standing at a long table. There is a stack of paper plates at the end, on the right. Some have a piece of round flat bread on them, and some are empty. There are 2 women at either end of the table, on the right, helping to serve food. There are 3 men in the center of the table, on the right, also serving food. The men are dressed in white coats and paper hats. The table also has dishes filled with various types of food spread out on top. At the far end of the table, on the left of the photo is a man dressed in a brown suit. Directly behind the table, on the right, is a piece of machinery (crane). In the background are farm buildings and trees. Stamped on the
Black and white photo on a beige background. In it there are five rows of people, mostly woman, standing in front of a brick building posed for picture. The bottom right hand corner reads: "York Knitting Mills Lts. Hosiers Division Woodstock, Ont. Oct. 1953.".
Black and white photo of 19 workmen standing and sitting on a flatbed railcar. A large, wide, cylindrical metal object fills the flatbed. On it is painted "From R. Whitelaw Woodstock". The men are gathered around it. One man is sitting on the object. Behind the railcar is a single-storey, wood-sided building that has a wide utility door (open) and a window (immediately above the utility door). Behind the building, on left, is a taller, lighter shade of building. The photo is mounted on a pale cream coloured mat board.
Sepia toned photo of five men standing in a row behind a large piece of heavy production equipment. Behind the men are interior walls of medium-dark coloured brick. The photo is mounted on black mat board.
Black and white photograph composed of two different images. A definite splice can be seen between the two. Bottom portion of image: Group photograph of 31 workmen standing on a grassy ledge that is framed by wood at the front. Fourteen men are sitting. Seventeen men are standing. A brick wall can be seen between the men in the background. The joining of the two images can be seen as a line above the men in the back row. Top portion of image: Image of an external wall of a brick building extension (addition to a peaked roof, two storey brick building (visible at right) with one upper window visible). Painted on the wall of the extension and slightly overlapping onto the other building section
A colour snapshot photo with rounded corners of a man standing beside a heavy, industrial machine. The machine has a height much higher than the man and exceeds the height in the photo image area. The man has on a white shirt, red pants, red/blue/gold patterned tie, dark/wide belt and an ID tag (affixed to his left breast pocket). He is wearing glasses and has a moustache. His position, right of the machinery, is at a location where yellowish/gold fibers appear to feed into (or from) the machine. Yellow material is form at the bottom of the machine. More machines are visible in the background. Typed on a sticker, then stuck to the photo's back is "Jacquard Loom".
A black and white photo with white border of a photograph (mounted on a backing or from another printed source?). Original image is as follows: A man sitting in the driver's seat of a large, high vehicle that appears to be a 1920s model (it has no roof). Painted on the visible side of the vehicle's engine cover (under what looks like soap suds or glare) are the letters "O R I L L I A". Behind the vehicle is a brick wall with a large, closed sliding door. Above is a section of ceiling and rafters (constructed with steel ?). An item that appears to possibly be a ladder is stored flat across the rafters. In the foreground, lower right, is a person's arm and hand holding a pole (?) Or handle (?)
Black and white photo of Employees in front of building. Writing in blue ink at the top reads: "October 1956". On back writing in blue ink reads: "Mrs. Andy McLeod 368 Dundas St. 537-3302", And "225 Dundas St.".