Newspaper clipping of an image with the caption: "Innisfil township's first historical plaque was unveiled Sunday afternoon at the farm of Harold Webb on the 13th concession. The plaque commemorates Innisfil's part in 1853, of supplying the tree that would be the mast for the largest ship in the world -- the 693-foot Great Eastern. This 120 foot log was hauled to the water by ten teams of horses. The plaque was unveiled by Hilton and Judy Webb, fourth and fifth generation members of the Webb family." The image features two mean on the left side of the rock holding the plaque, and a child on the right assisting with the reveal; they are labeled in pen (L-R) Reeve George Burton, Hilton [Webb], Judy [Webb].