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Centenial Chairman's Message
1967 Dominion Centennial in Paisley
Early Officials and Current Council
Paisley's First Settlers - Orchard & Rowe
Recollections - Mrs. Nelson Howe
Recollections - Mrs. Duncan McGregor
Recollections - Gladys McMorran
Recollections - Lauchena (Blue) Dietz
Paisley's First Circus - W.H. Reed
Excerpts from Paisley Advocate files
Trains, Railway Bridges & Stations
Reminiscing - Miss Poast
Reminiscing - J.B. Vasey
Class Pictures 1913 - 1973
The Church of the Ascension
Knox United Church
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Paisley Missionary Church
Erna Rebekah Lodge
Ahiram Lodge I.O.O.F.
Aldworth Lodge A.F & A.M.
Paisley Loyal Orange Lodge 734
Paisley Rotary Club
Paisley Women's Institute
Paisley Horticulture Society
Cards & Checkers
Paisley Agricultural Society
Fall Fair Pictures
The Tidings Tree
The Paisley Advocate
J.B. McArthur's Carriage Works
Paisley Manufacturing Works
Paisley Brick & Tile
and more ...
Thomas Orchard, John Claxton, etc.
Merchant Advertising 1867
J.S. Muir, Paisley Inn, James Bakery, etc.
The Caledonia Society
Memories by Ross McKenzie
Many team photos
Some names required on picture
The 1948 Arena fire
Memories by Ross McKenzie
Arena Opening 1948 Program
- Hockey Team Pictures
Arena Opening 1949 Program
Mr. & Mrs. J.A. McArthur
Canadian Legion - Paisley Branch
Legion Ladies' Auxiliary
Memories by P. Goldie
Jim Patterson & Northern Gentlemen
Photos of other Music Groups
David Milne - Canadian Artist
Isabella Vanancy Crawford - Poet
Jean Cameron - Canadian Artist
Alexander Maitland Stephen - Author
Thomas O'Hagan - The Old Brindle Cow
Guess Who & Where
The Matrimonial Market
Scenes of 1974
In anticipation of the Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of The Village of Paisley as an incorporated municipality a Centennial Committee was formed to organize the events of the Centennial Year, 1974.
One of the planned projects was an album to record as many events of the past and present as could be reasonably be assembled and published in book form. The result was a remarkable publication entitled “An Historic Album of Paisley”.
Although the format was changed to accommodate the computer screen the content have not been changed. The album was printed in black and white but some of the original pictures were old postcards from a collection accumulated by Stien Vanderplas, many of these have been reproduced here in colour.
Since space is not restricted we have added more photographs and material relevant to the album.
If you have corrections or want to add relevant information please contact us at our
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