Published in "Harvest of Memories: Elgin's History Through a Photographer's Lens-Volume II" on page 113.
Published on the Archives' flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/elgincountyarchives/4329719037/in/set-72157623225360465/.
1 photograph : b&w, sepia toned ; 19 x 24 cm on sheet 19.5 x 22.5 cm
Damaged by fraying, tape, glue - requires treatment by conservator.
Scope and Content
Photograph showing the waterfront at Port Stanley, Ontario on Dominion Day, July 1, 1909. Attributed to the James H. Hopkins photographic studio, St. Thomas, Ontario. Includes several men, women and children riding in the pleasure boat "Rambler"; part of a pier; the Stanley Beach Casino; and several women riding in a ferris wheel. Mounted on cardboard. The Stanley Beach Casino opened on July 1, 1909. Later purchased by St. Thomas photographer James H. Hopkins and operated as Hopkins Casino. Destroyed by fire in April, 1932.
Photograph showing passenger Grace Sharritt (X) in front of a London & Port Stanley Railway wreck, ca. 1920. Note that the motorcar is electrified: the L & PS switched from coal powered locomotives to electric power in 1915. Several men in military uniform are visible.