1. Handwritten information by Isobel McGregor (Mrs. Robert McGregor) about Eastwood Brickyard, and a small woollen mill driven by a water wheel that produced mats, blankets, and towels. With sketches of the brickyard and other mills made by Mr. Eastwood when he was 93 years old. The 2 acres of land on Locha Creek (East half of Lot 23, Concession 8) was bought by John M. Eastwood in 1881. Written in 1987.
2. Photocopy of handwritten notes by Mrs. Robert McGregor (Isobel McGregor), written in 1988, with sketches of the brickyard and other mills made by Mr. Eastwood when he was 93 years old. Key terms: John Eastwood, David Eastwood, Henerette Eastwood, Peter Eastwood, Donald Robertson, James Robertson, Emerson Storie, Locha, woollen mill, blankets, carpets, textiles. See photo of kiln in Pat Keough’s book (Ottawa Valley Portfolio). Notes by Peter Hessel.