1. Clipping of full-page article in the Chronicle, Nov. 30, 1977, by Clyde Kennedy, entitled “Whale bones found — White Lake gravel pit was grave yard of Champlain Sea mammals”. Re the discovery (1975-77) of 11,000-year old bones of Bowhead whales and other species of whales in various locations near White Lake. Gravel pit owned by John Hanson. Allan Jones. Terry Bandy, Glen Bandy of Glasgow Station. These bones were taken to the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Ottawa. “Syne Pit” on Three Mile Bay.
2. Photocopies of the above article.
3. Photocopies of pages 1-3. McNab — The Township, regarding the White lake whales.
View of County Road 2 and village taken from above (possibly from Church steeple). View is towards Burnstown. White Lake appears top left. Photograph could have been taken in the early 1940’s. Note on back reads, ”Road down past our house from church.”