Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published October 27, 1966 with caption: "Elgin Baptists Meet - Aylmer Baptists Church, celebrating its 150th anniversary this week, was host yesterday to delegates attending the annual meeting of the Elgin Association of Baptist Churches. Mrs. Arthur Cummings of St. Thomas, clerk of the association, is shown signing in members for morning session. They are (from left) J.R. Elley, Aylmer, moderator; Rev. Fred Jillard, pastor; Glenn Palmateer, Dutton, president of the Baptist Brotherhood; Ellison Randall, Aylmer, past president of the Brotherhood; Rev. William Harkins, Port Burwell, vice-moderator; Miss Thirza Lewitt, president of Women's Mission Circles in Elgin County, and Rev. H. Stovell, Broderick Memorial Baptist Church, St. Thomas."
Two black and white photographs used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published April 26, 1971 with captions:
"Attend Elgin Baptist Assembly - Elgin County Baptists had the opportunity to meet with leading Baptist ministers from across Canada at the 112th Annual Assembly of Elgin Baptist Churches during the weekend. Some of the delegates gathered during a break in the program in the office of Rev. L.V. Hultgren, pastor of Centre Street Baptist Church, which hosted the assembly, for a picture. Shown, left to right, are Rev. Hultgren (seated), Rev. Charles Burtch, moderator; Mrs. A. Cummings, clerk-treasurer of the Elgin Assembly; Rev. Archie Goldie, secretary of the Department of Canadian Missions of the Baptist Convention; and Rev. Maurice Boillat, general secretary of the Union of French Baptists churches in Canada." (2a)
"Area Women at Assembly - A number of district women were among the organizers of the 112th Annual Assembly of Elgin Baptist Churches held in the city on the weekend. The activities centred around Centre Street Baptist Church for the two-day assembly. Pictured in an informal discussion are, clockwise from left, Mrs. K.K. Miller, director of the Women's Missionary Society; Mrs. Allan Walters, president of the society; Mrs. Harold Ashton, secretary; and Miss Ruth Patrick, treasurer." (2b)
Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published April 19, 1977 with caption:"Speakers Address Elgin Baptists - The Elgin Association of Baptist Churches held the 118th annual meeting over the weekend at Centre Street Baptist Church in St. Thomas. Gathered here with local church representatives are the special group speakers who addressed the association. From left to right are Miss Laura Collar, a Canadian missionary who is currently working with Arab Christians in Israel; Rev. Gordon Woodcock of Aylmer, retiring moderator of the Elgin association; Rev. Frank Rice, the president of the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec; Rev. Keith Cooney, a secretary in the Department of Canadian Missions of the Convention; and Terry Heeney of Dutton, newly elected moderator of the Elgin Association."
Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published October 24, 1973 with caption:"Baptist Churches Rally - The Sparta Baptist Church hosted a 'Fall Rally' Wednesday afternoon and evening. Members of 14 Elgin County Baptist congregations attended the conference, religious services, supper and address by Rev. W.J. Phillips of McMaster University, who spoke on the life and works of Rev. Alexander MacDonald, an early pioneer missionary who preached in Sparta 100 years ago. Standing from left to right are: Rev. Fred Ward of the Department of the Ministry; Harold Ashton, moderator; Rev. John Dickinson, pastor of the Sparta Baptist Church, dressed in a costume to represent MacDonald; and Mr. Phillips."
Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published March 1, 1973 with caption:""President's Night" - The president of the Convention of Baptist Churches in Ontario and Quebec talks with Rev. Hugh W. Stewart, a retired St. Thomas minister, during a reception following the "president's night" service of the Elgin Association of Baptist Churches held in the First Yarmouth (Plains) Baptist Church, Wednesday night. David S. Simmonds (right) is from Uxbridge, Ontario and was elected head of the Convention in June, 1972."