Newspaper clip, Hamilton Spectator, featuring corner stone ceremony, 1935

Clip from newspaper article, Hamilton Spectator, featuring photograph of corner stone ceremony for new building of the Racalmutese Society, Hamilton, ON, September 16, 1935. Photograph shows group of men standing on a podium, presumably behind a large brick/corner stone with date stamped on it (barely visible).

The image title reads "Corner Stone Laid for Italian Club". The caption reads, "Yesterday afternoon H.E. Wilton, Mayor of Hamilton, laid the corner stone of the Racamutese society's new auditorium and club rooms which are being constructed at the corner of Barton and Bay Streets. The building, which is expected to be completed in the fall, will be of Italian Renaissance design. The above photo was snapped by the Spectator cameraman during the ceremony and shows, from left to right, in the centre: I. Arnold, chairman of the society; Mayor Wilton; Dr. V. Agro, president of the society, and standing behind the raised corner stone is Pietro [unclear]], foreman of the masons."