Scan of a page 100B in the Cookstown Tweedsmuir History vol. 1 showing executive members of the Cookstown Agricultural Society. Pictured at the top is Thomas McKnight, Second Vice-President in 1914 and 1918-20, and Treasurer from 1921-36. The photo shows him seated in a car in front of a white house, and is captioned "Mr. McKnight is shown here as he posed 50 years ago with the newest means of transportation at that time, in front of the residence of the late Charles Fisher." Pictured in the middle left is an image of Major C. Cook with no further caption. In the middle centre is Major Wilfred Knowles in uniform with the caption: "Major Knowles was keenly interested in the welfare of the Society, serving in various committees and being particularly active in the Poultry Department of the [Cookstown Fall] Fair. He served as a director from 1911 until the outbreak of World War I, when he enlisted with the Canadian Expeditionary Force and served his country with distinction. Major Knowles was made an Honourary Member of the Agricultural Society in 1923." Pictured in the middle right is Herman Lennox in a suit and tie. His caption reads "2nd Vice Pres. 1925-28. 1st Vice Pres. 1929-30. President 1931-38." Pictured at the bottom, also in military uniform, is C.F.W. Duff, Second Vice President 1908-09, President 1910-11. His caption reads "Mr. Duff was the Agricultural Society's only past officer and member who made the supreme sacrifice on active service in World War I."