1. Clipping of 2 pages from Ottawa Today’s Seniors, August 1998, article by Mary Cook entitled “Arnprior’s Home Boy” — about Bill Price, who was Reeve of Arnprior. Canadian Tire, Boy Scouts, book “Celtic Odyssey” (by Bill Price). Home boys, home children.
2. Article in Ottawa Citizen, Nov. 27, 2000, entitled “‘Exploited, humiliated, mistreated’” by Richard Starnes, about Bill Price who was a “home boy”. Photos.
3. Photocopy of obituary of Bill Price (William Robert Price), born March 24, 1909 in Wales. Died in Ottawa on October 16, 2003. His wife was the late Myrtle Hogan. Came to Canada in 1923 as a “home boy”, first to Marchmount Home for Boys in Belleville, then as a labourer to Arnprior. Later worked for Canadian Tire and became franchise dealer until retirement in 1970. Town Council 1958-59 and 1974-78, reeve 1981-82 and 1983-85. Buried at Malloch Cemetery.
Caption reads "Bill Clark, Peacemalker for twenty seven years. McLachlin Bros. timekeeper and well-known resident of Arnprior. In the background is the concrete sprinkler house containing the valves controlling the dry pipe sprinkler system in No. 3 Mill. Water is delivered to the system through a twelve inch pipe at one hundred pounds of pressure.