1. Copy of a typescript of a speech delivered by James Craig (then Mr. James Craig, B.A., Barrister in Renfrew) to the Caledonian Society of Montreal in 1890. He later became Mr. Justice James Craig. This copy was made in 1987 from a copy in Arnprior Museum file 87-58-1. The yellow and green highlighting and the marginal comments in red are by Kirstin Jeffrey, Peter Hessel’s research assistant. Craig took most of his speech (including long quotations) from Dugald C. McNab’s “The Last Laird of McNab” and offered a few of his own opinions.
2. Second copy of the above speech, with a covering letter to Judge Craig by J.L.H. Crea of Toronto, dated October 23, 1930.
3. Newspaper clipping (Arnprior Chronicle, of unknown date) about the above speech, also quoting part of it (Part 1 of 2) only).