This picture shows three individuals sitting on a beach. The man pointing is likely Thomas McMaster with his wife sitting besides him. "Lunching near Callauder . . . lake Nippissing" is written on the reverse of this photograph.
This photograph shows Jack Lockhart driving a caterpillar through the "snake pit" an acre of rough land beside John McCrae School. The Wellington County Board of Education voted to turn the land into a more standard playground for the kids.
The "sniffer" which Don Cushing uses to check Bell telephone lines is so sensitive a falling snowflake would sound like a exploding mortar bomb. Actually the device is an ultra-sonic masterpiece that tells the operator when there is a "leak" in an overhead telephone line.
This photograph shows Mrs. Earl Gott, Iran Sparks, Ray Despotorich and Ran Marshall at the Community Leaders' Conference on the integration of new Canadians. The conference was held at Geneva Park in Ontario in 1953. "That baby is heavy" is the caption for this photograph.