Exterior view of the Fraser House hotel, Port Stanley, ca. 1890. A horse and buggy (with Fraser House logo) used to transport guests is visible. The Fraser House opened on May 24, 1871. It was later known as the Invererie Hotel.
Black and white photograph showing an unidentified St. Thomas baseball team, ca. late 1890s or early 1900s. Based on the appearance of their uniforms, this is possibly a Thomas Brothers Broom Factory-sponsored team in the St. Thomas City League.
Black and white carte-de-visite format photograph stamped verso J. Egan Photographer, London and inscribed verso "Mr. Thomas Arkell, St. Thomas, Ontario". Thomas Arkell (November 10, 1823-February 2, 1906) served as Mayor of St. Thomas, 1865-1871 and as MP, Elgin East, 1878-1882.
Black and white photograph dated verso October 6, 1925 showing the staff of the St. Thomas Times-Journal. Two versions of the photograph: the original image dated October 6, 1925, and a second version, created at a later date, in which additional photographs have been integrated with the original. Scanned image shows the later version, which corresponds with an associated typescript list of those shown in the photograph:
Standing left to right, top row: Charles H. Ritchie, linotype operator; Herbert J. Smith, advertising room foreman; Wesley W. Stewart, linotype operator; W.L. Agnew (added), business manager; Carl Cline, apprentice; Harry S. Swan, printer; Jack Andrews, apprentice; Robert C. Symonds (added), printer; Jack Swindells, printer; Cal Popham, pressman; Robert T. Turnbull, pressman; Morris B. Housley (added), advertising solicitor; John Gillies, stereotyper; L.B. (Pete) Birdsall (added), editorial department; William Grice, pressroom foreman; Alex (Barney) McAteer (added), proof reader; L. Ward Hunter, printer; W. Boise (added), canvasser; Gordon D. Agnew, accountant; unidentified (added); Walter Brodie, linotype operator; Claud Herron, linotype operator; Alfred (Joe) Dynes, caretaker; Sydney Hare (added), linotype operator; John Brewer, composing room foreman; John G. McCausland, proof reader.
Seated middle row, left to right: Nelson W. Whitmore, sporting editor; Thomas Keith, managing editor; Byron Knowles, advertising manager; Lillian Hubert, mailing clerk; Agnes Graham, proof reader; Charles C. Maciver, editor; Madonna McMullen, editorial department; Gladys E. Elliott, editorial department; Ola Coville, stenographer; Beatrice Cox, subscription clerk; Verna Lyle, accountant; Teresa Cluskey, subscription clerk; Herbert W. Tucker, collector; F.G. Stanbury, linotype machinist.
Seated bottom row, left to right: Herbert Ramsay, editorial department; Wilfred E. Crateau, linotype operator; Tom Swindells, linotype operator; George Hill, printer; Gordon E. Stewart, circulation manager; Albert C. Streith, linotype operator.
Teresa Cluskey worked at the Times-Journal from the time of the amalgamation of the Evening Journal and the Daily Times, July 2, 1918, to August 31, 1965 and also worked for F.W. Sutherland at the Evening Journal for four years prior to amalgamation, a total of 51 years.