The two pictures of Bill and Ethel were taken by R. B. Kennedy in Guelph, Ontario, prior to 1909. 'Stella, the baby in one, moved to New Brunswick when she married lawyer Earl Thomas Caughey in 1934.
Professor Day's proclivity towards teaching, science and business are reflected in all branches of the family. 'Stella's line has produced several teachers, engineers, computer scientists, a medical doctor and an archaeologist. Her progeny have started a number of small businesses, mostly successful. A few of us design and/or host web pages as a hobby. Links to some of our creations can be seen on the Washburn Home Page.
All members of the Day clan are very grateful to George Jackson for producing this book. "Granddad Day" saw only two of his ten grandchildren before he died in 1938. The Big Scheme fills a very important gap in our family history.
For more information on Professor Day go to the Professional Engineers of Ontario tribute to him which states: Day's research was always directed to the betterment of Ontario agriculture, and some of his contributions are conferring great benefits on the province down to the present time.
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