Newspaper photograph of the Emily B. Maxwell schooner, Colborne Women's Institute Scrapbook


Description
Media Type:
Image
Text
Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
Cramahe Archives have four Women's Institute [WI] Scrapbooks in its collections. The WI scrapbooks contain diverse subject material about Colborne and Cramahe. All four WI scrapbooks have been scanned page by page. The scrapbooks can be accessed by going to the "Browse by Subject" option on the Cramahe Archives home page and scrolling to the bottom of the subject terms to locate "Women's Institute Scrapbooks" and then click on this link.

This image appears on page 187 back in the Women's Institute scrapbook - the local identifier number for this particular scrapbook is 2sb. Original photographs included in this Women's Institute scrapbook have had individual records created for them, greatly increasing their accessibility for searching under general keyword terms.

To access the WI scrapbook by using its local identifier number go to - "Advanced Search" (on the Cramahe Archives home page), enter "2sb" in the keyword search box and then click the radial button on the bottom of the "Fields to Search: Local Identifier," scroll down and click "Go"

This WI scrapbook was created by Mrs. Gordon MacGregor and Mrs. T.M. Gresham.
Notes:
See original photograph at this link: http://greatlakeships.org/2902369/data?n=2

See this link to the Naval Marine Archives: The Canadian Collection - C.H.J. Snider fonds - Charles Henry Jeremiah ("Jerry") Snider holdings
http://navalmarinearchive.com/collections/chj_snider.html

and

The Archives Ontario - C.H.J. Snider fonds
http://ao.minisisinc.com/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/PROV/PROV/REFD+F+1194?SESSIONSEARCH


Colborne Women's Institute, Founded March 1, 1932, Tweedsmuir History Started 1947 in Honour of the Women's Institute 50th Anniversary; Ellen, Mrs. Gordon MacGregor, Curator 1947; Amy, Mrs. T.M. Gresham

Inscriptions:
The newspaper clipping is from The Evening Telegram, Toronto - 17 October 1942. The title of the article is Nearing Ninetyport: Schooner Days by C.H.J. Snider.

Caption reads: "His EMILY B. MAXWELL was totally wrecked because new harbor work was left unlighted."
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder:
Copyright, public domain: Cramahe Township Public Library owns the rights to the archival copy of the digital image.
Contact
Cramahe Township Public Library
Email
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Agency street/mail address

6 King Street West
PO Box 190
Colborne, ON K0K 1S0

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Newspaper photograph of the Emily B. Maxwell schooner, Colborne Women's Institute Scrapbook


Cramahe Archives have four Women's Institute [WI] Scrapbooks in its collections. The WI scrapbooks contain diverse subject material about Colborne and Cramahe. All four WI scrapbooks have been scanned page by page. The scrapbooks can be accessed by going to the "Browse by Subject" option on the Cramahe Archives home page and scrolling to the bottom of the subject terms to locate "Women's Institute Scrapbooks" and then click on this link.

This image appears on page 187 back in the Women's Institute scrapbook - the local identifier number for this particular scrapbook is 2sb. Original photographs included in this Women's Institute scrapbook have had individual records created for them, greatly increasing their accessibility for searching under general keyword terms.

To access the WI scrapbook by using its local identifier number go to - "Advanced Search" (on the Cramahe Archives home page), enter "2sb" in the keyword search box and then click the radial button on the bottom of the "Fields to Search: Local Identifier," scroll down and click "Go"

This WI scrapbook was created by Mrs. Gordon MacGregor and Mrs. T.M. Gresham.