This is a geological map of the Sudbury nickel region in 1905. It shows different rock and soil materials in the Sudbury region, as well as mining companies' lots and land distribution. It also includes a vertical geological section and an inset of a contoured section of nickel basin.
Image of Penny Dawkins watching George Hustens apply new Canadian flag decal to the tail of an Expediter aircraft at the Downsview RCAF station. This is the first plane at Downsview station to have the Red Ensign replaced with the new Maple Leaf flag [image annotated by Telegram photo editor].
Image of two male students at Riverdale Collegiate holding up a proposed Canadian flag: Four beavers, one being devoured by a green frog, on a white background, blue bars at either end (image has been marked up by photo editor).
This is a geological map of the Porcupine gold area in 1911, showing rock and soil materials in the area. It includes lot numbers and notes about the area. There are also insets showing the location of veins in parts of the Township of Tisdale.
This is a geological map of the area near Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, in 1910. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as lot boundaries. It also includes a vertical geological section of the area, and notes, sources of information, and mine production for 1905 and 1906.