"On the Main Street," Daily Post, 16 Nov 1964
"Wabi River - five bridges wash out," Porcupine Advance, 30 Mar 1921, Section 1, p. 4
"Water - diversion of northern rivers to south," Porcupine Advance, 1 Apr 1926, Section 1, p. 5
"FREDRICK HOUSE RIVER - Island Missing," Porcupine Advance, 25 Sep 1930, Section 1, p. 6
"FREDRICK HOUSE RIVER - Electric power at High Falls," Porcupine Advance, 6 Feb 1924, Section 1, p. 1
"FREDRICK HOUSE RIVER - Photo(s) : hydro dam with article on building of dam," Porcupine Advance, 5 May 1938, Section 1, p. 3
"FREDRICK HOUSE RIVER - Editorial re: dam," Porcupine Advance, 9 May 1938, Section 2, p. 3
"Fauqier - bridge building over groundhog river," Porcupine Advance, 2 May 1938, Section 1, p. 6
"RIVERS - Meanings of Indian-named rivers," Porcupine Advance, 8 Apr 1926, Section 2, p. 5
ca. 1910, A postcard of Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, prior to the 3 Feb. 1916 fire that destroyed the Centre Block.
14 December 1918 A postcard from James Gallaher in Germany (one month after Armistice) to Rev. R. B. Layton in Kentville, Kings Co., Nova Scotia. Bridge was opened in 1898. Reverse reads:
14th Dec 1918
Here we are at last across the Rhein we came over this bridge. I got your parcel 5 days ago. Will write...
16 July 1909 A postcard to Rev. R. B. Layton in San Fernando, Trinidad, mailed from Fredericton, New Brunswick. Reverse reads:
"July 16, 1909
We have your box of cards ready, some of them may not be suitable for S.S. but am sending all the children brought. I have been trying for the last week to find Mr....
16 November 1909 A postcard sent to Rev. R.B. Layton in San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. mailed from Fredericton, New Brunswick. Reverse reads:
"Fredericton, N.B. Nov. 16th /09
Your paper for the Band and letter have both reached F'ton. O.K. It is a splendid paper and very interesting. We shall have it at Band next...
6 October 1908 A postcard to Rev. R.B. Layton in Oakfield, N.S., from 23-year-old Agnes Mary Kitchen, mailed in Fredericton, New Brunswick, 6 October 1908. Reverse reads:
Yesterday mornings mail brought my box of cake. Many thanks to you and Mrs. L. I divided up and we each had a piece. I am...
26 September 1908 A postcard sent to Rev. R.B. Layton, Oakfield, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia, from 24-year-old Agnes Mary Kitchen in Grand Falls, New Brunswick. Grand Falls is the largest waterfall east of Niagara Falls, dropping from a height of 23 meters (75 feet).
"Grand Falls, Sept. 26/08
23 December 1907 A postcard of the Victoria Jubilee Bridge in Montreal, Quebec, to Rev. R.B. Layton in New Aberdeen, Cape Breton. (Crossed out and re-addressed to Amherst, N.S., then Oakfield, N.S.) It was mailed from Oakfield, N.S. The bridge, which opened in 1859, links Saint-Lambert to Montreal across the St....
October 1907 A postcard of a steamboat on the Maganetawan River, Ontario, sent from Sydney Mines in Cape Breton, to Rev. R. B. Layton in New Aberdeen, Cape Breton. Reverse reads:
I have no Gaelic sermon that I would care to preach over there. I have been away a good deal lately. An exchange later...
24 July 1920 A postcard to Rev. R. B. Layton in Kentville, Nova Scotia, mailed from Saint John, New Brunswick. Reverse reads:
"St. John, N.B., July 24/20
Dear Mr. Layton,
Just saw Mr. McKeigan. He is looking fine and says he weighs 10 lbs more than usual. He wished to be remembered to you. My own condition is...
"Child drowns while playing on River Bank," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Jul 1931, p. 1
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