St. Andrew's WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, ca. 1940
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1793] - [1947]
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St. Andrew's WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, ca. 1940

St. Andrew's W.I. Tweedsmuir History Book No. 1 St. Andrew's Women's Institute Glanworth ,Ontario A Home of Yesteryear Picture of Adelaide Hoodless "Foreword" written by Lady Tweedsmuir Tweedsmuir History Book 1, Index 2 Sketches by J.E. Laughlin, published by Clarke, Irwin and Company, Toronto Pioneer Days, signed by Mrs.Lewis Carrothers Map of Westminster Illustrated in 1879 Picture of "Canadian Quilting Bee" U.E.L. Settlers among first in Westminster, with Scotch, Irish and English , composed by Mrs. Dan Currie, Wilton Grove, Ont. Your farm in the making, Mrs. Lewis Carrothers St. Andrew's Women's Institute 1935 - 1945, compiled by Mrs. Dan McLachlin, Secretary-Treasurer Picture of W.I. members and list of names Newspaper Article Annual Meeting of St. Andrew's W.I. Various Newspaper Articles Newspaper Article - Fisher Family's Log Cabin still Standing on Glanworth Farm Picture signed by Mrs. Lewis Carrothers Toll Gate - Forgotten Subject of Many Disputes Newspaper Article - Infant Free Press of four Pages Delivered by Four Carrier Boys Glanworth Library 2 Sketches , second sketch by J.E. Laughlin, published by Clarke,Irwin and Company, Toronto Newspaper Article - London Free Press is 90 Years Old 4 Newspaper Articles - Westminster Township Part of Glanworth History - signed by Grace Shere History of Christ Church Newspaper Article - Westminster Township Newspaper Article - U.E.L. Settlers Among First in Westminster, With Scotch, Irish and English Soon in Line History of Glanworth Newspaper Article - London and Port Stanley Railway Secured First Steam Locomotive From United States in Year 1856 Article on Christ Church , Glanworth 1854-1859 Newspaper Article - Dr.Dearness to Attend 79th O.E.A. Convention, The Free Press, London,Ontario March 28,1951 early History of St. James Presbyterian Church, North Yarmouth, From an Article Prepared by Rev. J. Knox Clark St. Andrews 1854-1949 The Fowler Homestead History of Belmont Picture of The Fathers of Confederation Sketches by J.E. Laughlin, Published by Clarke, Irwin and Company, Toronto Keep The Home Fires Burning Picture of the Oldest Mill in Canada, The Bachus Mill near Port Rowan Pen Sketch of Typical Pioneer Grist Mills Aerial Photograph, A National Film Board Photograh