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MacDonald family films

  • CA ON00156 2021-044
  • Série organique
  • 1950s

Ten cinefilms created by members of the MacDonald family.

MacDonald, Manly E.

Leona Riggs records

  • CA ON00156 MG 2
  • collection
  • 1822-1994

The collection consists of financial papers, genealogy books, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, postcards, business cards, music books, horoscope, poll book, address books, ledgers, notebooks, birthday cards, letters, photos/photo album, cartoons, highschool entrance exam, recipe book, stamp book, programs/brochures/concerts, dance cards, yearbooks, certificates, reciepts, invitations, membership cards and text book/teaching book.

Riggs, Leona

Community Concert Association and Quinte Ballet Dance Centre

This series consists of textual records associated with the Community Concert Association and the Quinte Ballet Dance Centre.

The following textual records are from the Community Concert Association:

  • Correspondence ca.1946-1963 Glenn Gould Biography from a magazine Pamphlets, and programs on musicians ca. 1934-1973 Newspaper clippings on concerts and musicians ca. 1934-1970 Newspaper clippings on the foundation of the Community Concert Association Scrapbook pages of newspaper clippings of concerts ca. 1884 Leona Riggs' black notebook

The following textual records are from the Quinte Ballet Dance Centre.
*Pamphlets and brochures

  • Correspondence with Leona Riggs
  • Agendas ca. 1978-79 Financial documents ca. 1976-1977 Newspapar clippings ca. 1970-1980
    *Loose notes and papers

Riggs Family Miscellaneous

The series consists of the following miscellaneous textual records and graphic material created and accumulated by the Riggs family:

  • Financial records, Receipts,
  • Legal documents, land deed, leases, notices Personal correspondence, business correspondence Memberships, pamphlets, brochures
  • Riggs Motor buinsess records, documents, receipts, financial records Musical notes, cards, documents, cartoons, programs, recitals Dance cards School records, and documents Photographs

Riggs (family)

Riggs Concerts and Programs

The Riggs Concerts and Programs series consists of concert programs and recital programs that have been organized by the group or organization that held the concerts and recitals.

  • Belleville conservatory of Music programs, and invitations ca. 1907
  • Albert College programs, and newspaper clippings ca. 1904-1906, ca. 1960
  • John St. United Church programs, newspaper clippings, and events ca. 134-1937 St. Agnes Manor programs, and notes ca. 1909-1911 City Hall programs, and recitals ca. 1897-1909 Belleville Churches programs, and recitals ca. 1896-1940 The Canadian Club programs ca.1911-1912 BCIVS programs, and newspaper clippings ca. 1934, 1978 The Canadian Club programs, events, and recitals ca.1890-1949 Misc. Ontario programs, and events ca.1899-1936 Confederation of Canada 50th Anniversary ca. 1917 Peter Smith piano recital ca. 1949 Quinte Ballet School programs, and misc.
    *U.S.A programs, biography of Leo Riggs, photograph of leo Riggs

Riggs, Leona

Leo Bates Riggs

This series contains the following textual records and graphic material from the life of Leo Bates Riggs:

  • Documents, financial records, memberships ca. 1895-1956
  • Personal correspondence, business correspondence, Invitations, and Cardsca. 1901-1954
  • Pamphlets and Brochures ca. 1916, and 1952
  • Newspaper clippings dating from 1928-29, 1953, and 1956
  • Musical Notes, Documents, and Papers ca. 1911-17, and 1934
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbook

Riggs, Leo Bates

Leona Riggs Career and Correspondence

This series contains textual records and graphic material, primarily personal letters of correspondence and various documents relating to the career and activity of Leona Riggs in Belleville, Ontario.

  • Letters of Correspondence, and cards from 1927-1977
  • Newspaper Clippings 1924-1950 Photographs Music notes, Concert programs, musical documents, musical pamphlets from 1930's-1950's
  • Documents relating to Leona Riggs music teaching career
  • Financial documents, transactions, receipts, and memberships from 1927-1948

Riggs, Leona

VInyl records

  1. Recordings by The Radio Four, c.1925
  2. A Message from Our Leader (speech by Mackenzie King), August 1948
  3. Canadian Poets 1, 1966
  4. The Journals of Susanna Moodie, 1968
  5. Tom Mason, Belleville Centennial recording, 1978
  6. Hart & Soul 100 Years of Music, 1978 (John Logue and Dennis Baragar)
  7. At Her Majesty's Mohawk Chapel, The Mohawk Singers, 1985

Bill Stovin collection

  • CA ON00156 2010-44
  • Collection
  • 1897-2010

Collection of materials from Bill Stovin, including:

  • Prize list and ticket for Bay of Quinte Exhibition, 1897 [damaged by 'Ponton fire' in July 1954]
  • Itinerary for train journey to Quebec City and hotel receipt, May 1946
  • Letter from Belleville Chamber of Comerce about a reception at the Hotel Quinte, 27 March 1947
  • Booklet of Rules and Regulations for No. 418 (Belleville) Wing R.C.A.F. Association, c.1950
  • Pocket calendar with birthstones and wedding anniversaries from Paul Mercier, jeweller for 1952
  • Kiwanis Club of Belleville bulletins for:
    • 27 April 1956 [top half only]
    • 14 March 1959
    • 18 July 1959
  • Photocopies of photographs relating to CJBQ staff, 1950s
  • Booklet about Canadian Forces Base Trenton, c.1974
  • Photocopy of press clipping about a plaque to Horice Stovin at the Delta Bessborough Hotel, 11 December 2000
  • Letter to Phil & Helen Flagler from Bill Stovin, 10 March 2001
  • Letter to Phil from Stovin, 25 August 2008
  • Undated letter from Stovin to Phil
  • Printed email correspondence between Stovin, Gerry Boyce, Phil Flagler, and Shelley Wildgen about memories of CJBQ, 2010

Stovin, William Horace 'Bill'

Additional materials from Lois Hicks (Kelly)

  • CA ON00156 2021-025
  • Collection
  • 1951-2013

Programs for events organized by Belleville schools and churches, including:

  1. Elementary school events for King George, Queen Elizabeth, and Queen Victoria Public Schools, 1951-2003
  2. Program for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Quinte Secondary School and graduation ceremonies, 1983 and Nicholson Catholic College awards night, 2009
  3. Four programs for Burns' Suppers and induction services at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Belleville, 1990-2002
  4. Five programs for the Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School 'Kampus Kapers' events, 1957, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988 and 'Elevator' yearbook for 1985
  5. Loyalist College convocation programs for 1985, 1989, 2000, 2011, 2013 and 'Revolutions' yearbook for 1988

Hicks, Lois Marilyn

Collection of vinyl records from Belleville Public Library

  • CA ON00156 BPL/Albums
  • Collection
  • 1967-1984

Collection comprises the following albums:
1) S. Alec Gordon in an organ recital of his own compositions, c.1967 [3 copies, one with typescript notes by S. Alec Gordon]
Side 1: 1. Haliburton Holiday Sketches: A) Sunrise; B) Chipmunks; C) White Water Lilies (vocal); D) Moonlight on the Lake; E) Little Log Cabin (vocal)
Side 2: 1. Haliburton Holiday Sketches: F) Stormy Day; G) Evening; 2. Divertissement on 'All Hallows'; 3. Canadianette (Humoresque)

2) Centennial Secondary School Concert Band, 1971 (Director of Music, Monty Emmerson) [2 copies]
Side A: 1. Selections from 'Hair'; 2. Selections from Bizet's 'Carmen'; 3. Five Mellow Winds
Side B: 1. Selections from 'Mr. Lucky'; 2. March of the Bowmen; 3. Selections from 'Oklahoma'; 4. Theme and Rock-out
Band members: Elizabeth McLaughlin; Nancy Tilley; Mary Rowbotham; Kathy Browne; Debbie Twiddy; Pam Flindall; Kathy Moran; Sue Kitcher; Lynda Walker; Ruth Lee; Ann Coombs; Pat Bush; Nancy Keller; Meribeth Rowe; Steve Empey; Anne Burnhan; Linda Vardy; Connie Vardy; Mary Bailey; Pam Warr; Sue Rutledge; Karen McComb; Christie Chase; Evelyn Caswell; Megan McLaughlin; John Wills; Rodger Mountford; John Chambers; Brian Elliott; Nancy Koch; Ross Kemp; Dennis Gunter; Mark Piwowarski; Lloyd Eyre; Terry Richardson; Danny Jones; Dave Lewars; Ken Bertrand; Dan Hoxford; John Bunner; Dan Fell; Tim Shoniker; Robert Smith; Elaine Williams; Chris Lazenby; Blane McOrquodale; John Williams; Jerry Fontyn; Gary Fleming; Glen Mayer; Barry Linn; Paul Jones; Steve Gallinger; Fred Means; John Charles; Haig Chalmers; Pete Stewart; Jim Cole; Ray Marshall; John Dorrington; Tom Kuglin; Glenys Batton; Dave Pascoe; Rick Farrell; Bruce Burnham

3) Al Purdy's Ontario, 1971, written and read by Al Purdy

4) Tom Mason, Belleville Centennial Project, 1978
Side A: 1. Up a Lazy River; 2. Five Foot Two; 3. Getting Sentimental Over You; 4. Albert's Tune; 5. Roses in Picardy; 6. Some of These Days; 7. Heart of My Heart; 8. You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby; 9. Sweet Georgia Brown; 10. Melancholy Baby
Side B: 1. Bye Bye Blues; 2. After You've Gone; 3. Hard Hearted Hanna; 4. Whispering; 5. If I Had My Way; 6. Who's Sorry Now; 7. Ida; 8. It's a Sin to Tell a Lie; 9. Side By Side

Album notes read: "Tom Mason as a young boy studied piano under Professor Wheatley who thought he should become a concert pianis but Tom wanted to play jazz. 'While not sure I could handle it, Professor Wheatley arranged for me to play at the silent movie theatre in Belleville called the REGENT. I was 19 at the time and played six nights and six matinees a week and acquired skill at improvisation by setting musical moods for the various scenes throughout the film.' This was in the year 1922. Some time later he went to Montreal, then Chicago, as a night club entertainer. Upon returning to his home town Belleville, he formed a nine piece orchestra calling it the 'COMMODORES'. 'It was a very popular orchestra and we played the Quinte Circuit, Belleville, Kingston, Collin's Bay, Cobourg and outlying communities. I also did my own arrangements for the band as they were unobtainable at this time. Travelling was primitive in those days in comparison with today's standards. This was before the era of paved roads, snow-plows, wind-shield wipers, anti freeze and heaters. Before starting out in winter they contacted various farmers en route to make sure roads were open. If they got stuck, the same farmers brought teams of horses to get them going again during those pre radio/TV days.
"When the Second World War started he joined the Army and went through the usual rigorous physical training. However his musical training soon became known and Captain Tom Mason found himself directing large army shows to entertain the troops in Canada and Overseas being honourably discharged about 1946. One of Tom's goals in life is to bring happiness to others. He is still attempting to attain that goal with this album of some of the hit tunes of the twenties and early thirties that the 'COMMODORES' played."

5) Mohawk Singers at Her Majesty's Mohawk Chapel, Tyendinaga Reserve, 1984 [with insert of transcriptions of hymns in old and new Mohawk writing, and English and French translations]
Side A: Church Bell; Wa Ont Shea Non Nih; Ye Sus Sken Nen En De Wa Kon; Ne Ya Go Ya Ne Re; Ka Na Ta No Ron; Shi Ha Di Nonh; Ji N'yon Re En We Ne Ha Ke; Jad Kah Thoh Ji Ni Shon Gwa Wi; Ron Wa Nen Tons Ne Ni Yoh; Wa Ka Ton Ha He Re Sa Ia Ner
Side B: Ne Ra Ya Ta No Ron Go Wah; Se Wea Ni Yo Ta Gwa Tonh Dats; Te Gon Nonh We Ra Tonhs; O Ni Yoh Gwa Nen Tonhs; Ye Sus Ro Dens Hen Nyon; Ka Ren Na; Satke Aietenese:ke; O Sa Ya Ner Ta Gwa Thon Dek
Choir members: Lena Elliott, Bernice Maracle (soloist), Donald Maracle (choir master), Muriel Hill, Beatrice Brant, Charles E. Maracle, Jacqueline Brant, Francis Eva Maracle, Albert L. Maracle, Kathryne Fuller, Renford Brant, Shirley A. Maracle, Lorraine Maracle, Michael Brant, Catherine Hill, Violet Clench, Andrew Maracle, sr. (soloist), Mary Maracle, Lorne Maracle, Lillian Maracle, Joyce Blaber

Belleville Public Library

Recordings by The Radio Four of Belleville

  • CA ON00156 2015-67
  • Pièce
  • c.1925

Record labels read:
"Apex Electrophonic
Male Quartet
Swing Along (Andrews)
The Radio Four (Of Belleville, Ont.)
Leo B. Riggs, Director
26118-A
The Compo Co. Limited, Lachine, Montreal, Canada"

"Apex Electrophonic
Male Quartet
John Peel (Andrews)
The Radio Four (Of Belleville, Ont.)
Leo B. Riggs, Director
26118-B
The Compo Co. Limited, Lachine, Montreal, Canada"

Riggs, Leo Bates

Memorabilia

  1. File of promotional photographs, some signed, from groups and individuals who performed at events or concerts held at the Quinte Sports Centre. Those identified include: Meadowlark Lemon and the Bucketeers; Julie Lynn; Maurice "Rocket" Richard; Bobby Denaro and Karen Lynn; Bob Wells; Yarda Kubik; Bertini; Nana Mouskouri; Michelle Wright; Charley Pride; Tatanka; The Rocket Owen Hart; Randy Savage; Razor Ramon; Toronto (band); Conway Twitty; Tammy Wynette; Anne Murray; Triumph (band); Gowan; Ada Cavallo; The Rovers; Rita; Harlem Globetrotters; Tropicanos; Lipizzaner Stallions

  2. File of brochures and newspaper clippings relating to events held at the Quinte Sports Centre

City of Belleville Cultural Master Plan and supporting files

  • CA ON00156 2021-029
  • Série organique
  • 1988-1990

Correspondence files and final report for the City of Belleville Cultural Master Plan, funded by the City of Belleville, the Quinte Arts Council, and the Ontario Ministry of Culture and Communications.

Lord Cultural Resources

Steady Gleaners' signature quilt

  • CA ON00156 DA 2021.06
  • Pièce
  • 1894

A red and white quilt made in 1894 by the Steady Gleaners, a group of women affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer, Deseronto, Ontario, possibly with the aim of raising funds for missionary work. This quilt may have been made for such a purpose. The signatures of the women in the society are embroidered onto the squares of the quilt.

The names on the quilt are:
F.M.R.
Bella Smyth
Mrs Wm. Gamble
Florence A. Davis
Mrs F. S. Rathbun
Alice McGault
Mrs C. E. Ravin
Mrs J. W. McCaw
Mrs G. Genge
Mrs Wm. Mitchell
Mrs R. J. Craig, President
Mrs Frank S. Hall [Bessie]
Annie Hill
Mrs McCoy
Mrs F. H. Sims
Mrs J. D. Dulmadge
Mrs J. Douglas
Tillie Maxwell
Mrs D. Dant
Miss Mary Huff
Mrs G. Gordon
Ella Pegan
Mrs G. A. Grant
Mrs Joe Hopper
Mrs Wm. Geney
Gertrude R. Craig
Aggie Elliott
Mrs Mackie
Mrs A. D. Macintyre
I. Thornton
Mrs C. Forrester
Mrs R. Anderson
Ira B. Anderson
L. Smyth
Mrs R. Geddes
Mrs F. McMaster
Mrs J. M. Denmark
Mrs A. G. Knight
Mrs J. Buter
Clara McClain
Mrs C. Bennett
Mrs J. T. Garmon

Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer (Deseronto)

Serenissima Chamber Music of Venice concert poster

  • CA ON00156 DA 2021.03
  • Pièce
  • July 2006

Poster advertising "An intimate evening of vocal and instrumental virtuosity featuring the music of Vivaldi", held on 23 July 2006 at St. Mark's Hall, Deseronto. The performers were the Aradia Baroque Ensemble and Marion Newman, mezzo soprano.

Deseronto Arts and Culture Society

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