Photograph shows Arnprior Town Council members, in 1952.
Back Row L-R: Lawrence (Larry) Killoran, Wilfred Frieday, Dr. Doug Spaull, Doreen McCreary, Biggs Jack, Jack Hobbs
Front Row L-R: Frank Caruso, Hugh Cranston, Joe Greene, Mayor Bob Simpson, Charlie Wagonblass, Bill MacDonald.
Colour photograph of the first meeting of the Macnamara Field Naturalist Club. Caption on back of photo reads " Jan 3, 1984. Macnamara Field Naturalist's Club. First Meeting of Steering Committee. Left to Right Bill Crins, Adolf Vogg, Kevin MacDonald, Verna McGiffin, Michael Runtz, Eric Ridgen, Sloan Watters."
Men seated on log raft at the head of the Chats. The men were identified by Macnamara in his manuscript as 'Indian' raftsmen. He states that they were "nearly all Iroquois from Caughnawaga or St. Regis."
See Life in the Lumber Camps of the McLachlin Bros. manuscript.
Donated to the Archives at the AGM February 18, 2006 and in 2010
Scope and Content
Barclay Craig prepared "The Craigs of Arnprior" over many years of research starting in 1988. He used several sources for his research including the Scott family binder and many family members. The book centres around the family of David Craig and decendants of George Craig. Other family charts include: Decendants of James Craig, George Low, John Clark, George Gordon, Peter Lyon, John Philip, Murdock Campbell, Francis Wyman, Myles Nutt, Joshua Thompson, John Wright, Richard Hassell, Thomas Sawyer, Thomas Carter, Caleb Simonds. The binder contains numerous photographs, maps and other documents, including photos of David Craig's flour mill and a model of the mill.
Family history binder moved from vault to Family History Section of Reading Room in July 2014.