Black and white photograph of men and women marching down Bay Street holding up signs reading "Women should vote", "Child labour must? be abolished". Band members with their instruments were gathered in the crowd as well as children and the many…
Black and white photograph of men and women in the May Day Parade marching down an unidentified street. Banners were held aloft, some buildings in the background include H.B.Rayner, Mahon Electric, and MacKay Electric
Black and white photograph of men and women in the May Day Parade marching down an unidentified street. Banners were held aloft, cars parked on the street and in the background is H.R. Sime Plumbing and Heating Building
Colored fire insurance plan of a section of Port Arthur, sheet no. 6 November 1910. The scale is 50 ft - 1 in. The map was included in the presentation "Before the Temple: origins of the Finnish Labour Temple" by Marc Metsaranta since it showed the…
Black and white group photograph of the executive of Finnish Organization Tyokansa. Back (L to R) Toivonen, Mr. J. Kannasto (editor of Tyokansa), Karri, Selkamaa, unidentified, and Niemi. Front (L to R) unidentified, Puitinen, and unidentified.
Group of men and women seated on a bench and standing in front of banners and a sign. Banner reads "Women Should Vote", sign reads "Organized Slaves". Back row, 4th or 5th from left are Aina and Otto Wilen.
Group photograph of Finnish Organization of Canada at “Little” Finn Hall". Front row 2nd from left Frank Makela, 4th left Edwin Suksi, 3rd right Pentti Siren. Women from left Mrs. Koski, Mrs. Kari, Mrs. Tilves and Mrs. Silman
Crowd inside Port Arthur arena (North Court Street) listening to Tim Buck. There is a banner hanging from the rafters with the words "To save our country"; a image of a ballot box and voters is also on the banner