Group photo of the Innisfil Old Boys Club, which consisted of men of the Township of Innisfil who had been resident for 60 years or more. The men in the photo are arranged in three rows standing, seated in chairs, and seated on the floor respectively. They are all dressed in long dark jackets, and they all sport beards or moustaches. The names of each man and the year in which they first became residents are listed at the bottom of the photo, which was taken in Barrie on 27 September 1904. From left to right, back row: Robert Black 1847, Robert Reid 1840, Frank Wice 1837, William Webb 1843, Hanning Warnica 1837, Frank Rogerson 1833, Robert Redfern 1839, Joseph Orchard 1834, John K. Ross, 1836, William Dickie 1846, Charles Cross 1839, and Robert Hypson 1837. Second row: Charles Hindle 1832, John Brester 1856, James Ellis 1846, William Lennox 1832, Thomas McCullough 1832, John L. Warnica 1832, James Cross 1836, Peter Wice 1833, Thomas Jack 1832, and Walter Tanner 1840. Front row: Samuel Manur 1834, Charles Dyer 1843, William Manur 1832, and George Wice 1833.