Tag Archives: Walkerville Publishing

When Windsor Got Its Wings


You may have read the fascinating account of a very rare ticket which was hidden in a Windsor home. Kevin Malott was renovating his basement last weekend when he discovered an 83-year-old admission ticket to the grand opening of Walker … Continue reading

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Someone Yell Fire!? 63rd Anniversary of Adelman’s Inferno


Remember Adelman’s Department Store in downtown Windsor? I do – sort of, but there are plenty of people who recall this beloved, long gone department store, (along with Smith’s), practically with tears in their eyes. When my husband and partner … Continue reading

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Before Wonder Drugs: 1925 School Immunization Misery


Today’s post is from a new book I’m editing for Barbara Kersey called, “Was I Ever Lucky”. It’s a memoir of her life in Windsor thus far. After you read this story, you will certainly agree that Barbara was one … Continue reading

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Hello Windsor History Fans!


  North Entrance of Willistead Park, Windsor, Ontario, before wrought iron fence installed around entire park, circa 1910           Hey, it’s Elaine, of Walkerville Publishing. You may remember when we produced “The Walkerville Times” and then … Continue reading

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