1. Photocopy of article in “White Lake — The Later Years” by Verna Black, “Black’s General Store, 1946-1975”. Photo of Stirling House (date?), Owen and Verna Black in their store (1975), sketch of Stirling House by Max Sutherland (caption misspelled: Sterling). Tom Cotie, Thomas Cotie (hardware store). John Hough, Tom Hanson Thomas Hanson, Thomas Jones, Gladys Young, Tom Larsen. Yuill family, Yuill house.
2. Photocopy of pages 110-11 from “Wabalak Manuscript” (see file) with description of Stirling House.
3. Letter from Jean E. Hurford of Richmond, B.C. to Janet Carmichael, dated April 10, 1988, together with typed and handwritten notes regarding the Stirling family genealogy. Stirling McNeil. Buchan. Buchanan.
4. Handwritten note by Janet Carmichael re Stirling Robertson and others.
5. Photocopy of a typescript entitled “The Home of Alexander Stirling, Esq. at White Lake . . . according to the Recollections of A. Claude R. Yuill, O.B.E. of Vancouver and his brother, Thomas E. Yuill, Esq. of Vernon, B.C.” Excellent and very interesting detailed description with a plan of the property showing residence, shop, arbor, stable, cow byre, buggy house, wood shed, pig pen, oat field, flower garden, milk house, vegetable garden, pasture, etc. Plug Duncan (McNab). Sand Point.
6. Handwritten letter to Peter Hessel by Cam King of Winnipeg (appr. 1988) regarding Stirling family history. John McIntyre. Elizabeth Buchan.
7. Photocopies of pages from McNab — The Township” referring to Stirling House and the Stirling family.
8. Clipping of article from Arnprior Chronicle (October 1983) entitled “Love for the past mixes with passion for the future”. Mona Ricks renovated Stirling House. Photos of house in the 1800s and in 1983.
9. Clipping of article in Chronicle-Guide of March 5, 1992, “Tea room a dream come true”, with photo of Tommy and Lina Larsen.
10. Historical notes for Stirling House restaurant menu, written by Peter Hessel in 1991.
11. Stirling House restaurant menu (complete with spelling errors).
12. Photocopy of a clipping from Ottawa Citizen (Brown’s Beat), Oct. 30, 1992, “Browned off” re Mark Stevens, wheelchair user, who was discriminated against by the owners of Stirling House restaurant.
13. Family history information on the Stirling and Levi families. Photocopies of photos and documents.