1. Ten-page typescript of a presentation to the Arnprior Historical Society by Ben Frieday of Arnprior, dated May 1, 1990, regarding Jessie Street, later renamed Russell Street.
Key terms: Jessie Street to Russell St., title of lot 6 Jessie Street, 1854 Daniel McLachlin, 1885 Louis Roy, 1912 Otto Frieday. 1946 Ben Frieday. 1920’s. Lorne Slater, Slater’s Bakery. John Runtz. Rock Lane. Adolph Rahm. James Larkin Sr., Lucy Larkins. Joe Kingsbury. Tim O’Brien homestead. Joe Grace. Arnprior Bottling Works, D.K. Cunningham, lemon sour and ginger ale. Harry Brittle. Mathewson Family Wilf & Muriel Frieday. Preece. Clarence Richie, Walker Stores. Ken Fraser, “Arnprior Greenshirts”. Ephram Ray, cement foundations. Legion Hall. Jack Chabot. Frederick Buder Sr. Dora Buder (nee Frieday), Lizzie Buder Atkinson St. William St. Russell North. Russell South. McLachlin’s Plan # 6. Charles Macnamara. Jean Cunningham. Uncle Charlie’s Point. Fire fighting, fire pump. Bill Odbur. Gerald Rahm, Nelson Fulford, Jack Hicke, Roger and Gillian Danby. Ice Rink. Mrs. Richie, laundry. Walter Richie, jockey. Bruce Lyon. Sullivan Apartments. William Bethune. Duncan Cameron. Oswald McComb. Boyd McComb. J.S. Moir’s Hardware store. Emma Yake. First woman on Town Council. Tom Cannon. Howard Swant . Herbie Swant. Emerson Dean. Tom Carney. Mary Carney. Alex Brennan. Elwood McCrea. Andrew Russell. William Bullard Sr. Pansy Laderoute. Bert Hall. Baptist Minister Goodhand. Florence Otterson. Alex Staye. Woodyard. Stables. Ray’s woodyard. Alec Hahn. Lena Hahn. Pete & Alice Burnette. Tom Burnette, Fire Chief. Fraseau. Fraser. Becker Family. Jack Lacelle, Joe Proulx. Senior citizens’ apartments. Muriel Saunders.
2. Photocopies of articles in “Recollections”, vol. 1, No. 1. Year ? about and by Ben Frieday, including an article by Ben Frieday entitled “Cow Bells of My Boyhood”.
3. Articles by Ben Frieday called “The Hobo Jungles, Part 1” in The Valley Voice, Vol. 2, No. 1; Part 2 in Vol. 2, No. 2.
4. Photocopy of Part 3 of the above series (from Valley Voice, Vol. 2, No. 3). Note: Original can be found in file, “Valley Voice”.
5. Event report: April 2, 1975 issue in Arnprior Chronicle about death of Wilf Frieday.
6. Clipping of obituary of Ben (John Bernard) Frieday, Jan. 23, 1916 - June 1, 2005. Ben was married to Dora née Buder. He was born in Arnprior. Buried at Malloch Road Cemetery.
See also April 9, 1975, page 19: editorial comment re “Life of Wilfred Frieday”, also on other pages in same issue.