1. Clipping of an article entitled “Ernie Wolff receives honour”, by Leo Lavoie, Chronicle-Guide, August 21, 1985, with photo. Ernie Wolff (Ernest B. Wolff), 85 years old, received a local award for his work on the Arnprior and District Historical Society, of which he was president for a number of years. He was born in Admaston Twp. in 1899, son of Carl Wolff (an immigrant from Germany). His mother moved to Arnprior with her family in 1905, following Carl’s death. Ernie was educated in Arnprior and worked in McLachlin’s lumber mills. Later, he worked extensively as a house painter and decorator. He was an ardent reader and very interested in history. He was also a member of several Arnprior town bands. His wife was Olive nee Stein. Their son is Carl Wolff, associate professor of history at Brock University.
2. Clipping of an article entitled “Carl Wolff remembers his life in town as a young boy”, by Travis MacLeod, in the Chronicle (February or March 1997). Photo: in wheelchair with a broken leg). Carl Wolff is the son of Ernie Wolff (see item 1). He was speaking at the Canadian Legion hall about his Arnprior memories.
3. Clipping of advertisement for an auction sale held in Arnprior in 1989, at which the household goods and collections of Ernie Wolff (see 1) were sold.