- 2nd Edition of our Canadian Bestseller Now Available!
- Don’t Know Much About History?
- Snail Mail in Sandwich, Ontario
- A cool place named Oxley. Yeah, O-x-l-e-y.
- Summer in the City: Mid-20th Century
- Lost Children of Windsor
- The Canadian Club Girl: 1897
- Run Like a Girl
- Shovel It: Winter 1930s
- It’s the REAL McCoy!
- Al Roach
- black and white
- black history
- Canadian Club
- company town
- Detroit River
- Dirty Thirties
- Ford City
- Great Depression
- Hiram Walker
- History Babe
- Ouellette Avenue
- Roaring Twenties
- Walker Road
- Walkerville Publishing
Monthly Archives: March 2011
The new music and dances were fast paced and energetic, like the optimistic 1920s themselves. They were an escape from the horror of war, and an opportunity to release pent up emotions created by the restricted lifestyles forced on the … Continue reading
I am so glad I met Charlie Fox. His old house in Walkerville is a treasure trove of photos, antiques and other relics from the early years in the town that Hiram Walker built. About ten years ago we were … Continue reading
“… probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship.” ~Margaret Mead One of the best things about publishing our community magazines, “The Walkerville Times” and “The Times Magazines” was … Continue reading
A woman’s work is never done. Here’s an unidentified Walkerville matriarch doing some mending in the backyard of what looks like one of the row houses on Monmouth Road. These homes were rented out to the employees of Hiram Walker … Continue reading
What? Another freezing rain warning for Windsor and Essex County today? Oh joy! Oh rapture! Hey, It’s March 24… bring it on! Maybe because we’ve had such a miserably cold March, April will treat us a little better. Hmmm, maybe … Continue reading
You probably wondered who lived in that adorable stone house on the corner of Kildare and Ontario in Olde Walkerville. Chances are she took your parents’ or grandparents’ portrait and you didn’t even know it. She was Pat Sturn, a … Continue reading
With tonight, March 19, 2011, being the return of the Super Moon (last one was in March 1993), my thoughts turned to how little attention we normally give the moon. That is, unless it’s summer and we’re at the cottage, … Continue reading