• Tintype - Mr. & Mrs. Drope and Son Harold Drope, Niagara Falls

      Johnsons Union Tin Type Gallery (1897)
      A tintype of Mr. and Mrs. Drop with infant son Harold Drope. The caption on reverse reads "Grampa Drope, Nannie (Mrs. W. S. Drope), Harold Drope. at Niagara Falls? 1897?". There is a second copy of the tintype that includes the name of the company that created the tintype, "Johnsons Union Tin Type Gallery, Niagara Falls, N.Y. Falls, Whirlpool, Rapids, Bridge, Etc. For Background, P.S. Finest Tin Types at Niagara".
    • Toronto 1923 Souvenir Grand Lodge Communication, A.F. & A.M., 1923

      A souvenir Grand Lodge Communication, A.F. & A.M., Toronto, 1923. Included are photographs of the Grand Master, M.W. Bro. W.N. Ponton, K.C.; Deputy Grand Master, R.W. Bro. W.J. Drope; Past Grand Master and Grand Treasurer, M.W. Bro. E.T. Malone, K.C.; Grand Secretary, R. W. Bro. W. M. Logan. There is a list of committee members, appointed officers, and grand stewards. There are several advertisements for business in the Toronto area. There are also several photographs and illustrations of buildings in the area (Provincial Parliament Buildings - Toronto, Dominion Parliament Buildings - Ottawa, Masonic Temple - Young Street and Davenport Road, Massey hall, Lieutenant-Governor's Residence - Toronto, Toronto University Building, "Meet me at the Fountain" - Toronto National Exhibition, The Royal Coliseum, The Armouries - University Avenue, Cassa Loma, The Board Walk, Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, The New Union Station, In Commemoration of South African Heroes - University Avenue, Toronto General Hospital, Metropolitan Methodist Church).
    • Two Lake Lodge School Crests

      2 felt Lake Lodge crests [the crest is made up of a shield divided into 4 parts by a blue cross. The upper left section contains an open Bible which signified a close connection to the church. The upper right contains a hockey stick and other sports symbols signifying the major sports in which the school participated. The lower right bears the lamp of knowledge and the lower left bears a maple leaf representing purity and a patriotic sentiment toward the country. The scroll at the bottom contains the Latin inscription “Industria Omnia Vincit” meaning work conquers all.],