We were fortunate to have met a former resident, Inez Credicott, at Tweed Public Library's Digitization Day in the Summer of 2010. Inez brought with her a scrapbook that she compiled full of pictures, newspaper clippings, and even an essay on her memories of Sulphide which you can find on this website here .
Pictured on the right is a map that Inez Credicott drew from her memory of the Village of Sulphide as she saw it in the mid 1930s.
Also pictured is an image of the man-made lake in Sulphide. According to Inez Credicott the water from this lake was used to cool the Burner building. It was not recommended for swimming because the water was too acidic.