Collection 2010-30 - Belleville architecture clippings

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CA ON00156 2010-30

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Belleville architecture clippings

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  • 1963-1979 (Creation)

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1 file

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(fl. 1962-1979)

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(1918-1996)

Biographical history

Mary Greig was born Mary Moult in Hastings County, Ontario. She married Roger Greig, a schoolteacher on 12 August 1967. She died at Kingston General Hospital on 10th June 1996.

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Donated by Lois Foster in September 2010 and found with unprocessed materials in June 2018.

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Newspaper clippings compiled by Mary and Roger Greig, concerning properties in Belleville. Most are Intelligencer articles in a series called 'Our Architectural Heritage' by Lennie Williamson on particular houses. These include:
1) St. Agnes Manor, Bridge and Ann Streets, published 9 April 1964
2) George Bleecker house, 260 Dundas Street East, 16 April 1964
3) John Taylor house, 155 Dundas Street East, 23 April 1964
4) Chisholm-McDougall house, Dundas Street West, 30 April 1964
5) Chisholm-Zwick house, 153 Dundas Street West, 7 May 1964
6) McIntosh-McKenzie house, South Front Street, 14 May 1964
7) Simpson-Wallbridge house, Dundas and Front Streets, 21 May 1964
8) Neo-Classical house, 77½ South Church Street, 27 May 1964
9) Lynch house, 75 South Front Street, 4 June 1964
10) Hutton-Ponton house, Dundas Street West, 11 June 1964
11) Moodie Cottage, Sinclair and Bridge Streets, 18 June 1964
12) McNab-Yeomans house, Bridge Street West, 25 June 1964
13) Welbanks house, James Street, 2 July 1964
14) Animal Hospital (Maybee house), Dundas Street East, 9 July 1964
15) Canniff-Lazier house, Cannifton Road, 16 July 1964
16) Reynolds' Block, Front Street and Victoria Avenue, 23 July 1964
17) Turnbull-Campbell villa, Charlotte Street, 30 July 1964
18) Robertson house, 184 William Street, 6 August 1964
19) Murney-Faulkner house, Bridge Street West, 13 August 1964
20) Springer-Burns residence, 103 Dundas Street East, 20 August 1964
21) St. Thomas Rectory, Bridge Street East, 27 August 1964
22) Scott (Bogart) house, Bridge Street East, 3 September 1964
23) Bellvue Terrace, Patterson Street, 10 September 1964
24) Phillips-Faulkner house, Bridge Street and Dufferin Avenue, 17 September 1964
25) City Hall, Front Street, 24 September 1964

File also includes "An Outline History of Belleville" by Gerald E. Boyce, published by the Hastings County Historical Society in 1962.

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