The sub-series contains loose photographs that were inserted in the family album, or given by different donors. The include portraits of members of the McLaughlin family, living on Argyll Farm, in West Bolton.
The series contains primary and secondary source information regarding the McLaughlin families, who came to live in West Bolton and Knowlton. It includes information about the brothers Daniel, James, Henry and Archibald McLaughlin and their descendants.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding the McLaughlin families, who came to live in West Bolton and Knowlton, all descendants of James McLaughlin and Elizabeth Andrew, coming from Argyll, Scotland.
Photo of "Kilda Vee", a house near Southend, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland, birthplace of James McLachlan in 1792, and of his son, James McLaughlin, born in 1820. There are many details at the back of the photo. The front side as a "Merry Christmas" inscription, and it is signed by James McLaughlin Martin and Wells Martin.
Photo of James McLaughlin and his three sons William, Arthur and Frank, helping get the hay in the barn. Arthur, James (the father) and William are standing in front of a two-horse hay wagon, while Frank is up on the hay load.
The document is an invitation to a little exhibit at Vittie House in Granby, with a reproduction of the 1887 studio portrait of James Albert McLaughlin with his big bicycle. The invitation is written in French and is as follows: "L'Équipe des Pistes Cyclables vous invite à l'ouverture officielle de l'exposition HISTOIRE DE LA BICYCLETTE. Samedi le 3 juin à 17 hre à la Maison Vittie, 66 rue Dufferin Granby... l'exposition se tiendra jusqu'au 30 juin .
Studio portrait of Clarence McLaughlin and his wife Jennie Butler, taken by an unidentified photographer. Clarence is seated on a big rattan chair, with Jennie standing beside him, with her right arm resting on his shoulder.