Children and youth

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Belleville & District Association for Retarded Children

File contains a pamphlet for Belleville's Association for Retarded Children; and newspaper clips c.1969 about four Belleville students to go to Special Olympics, Mayor Jack Ellis cutting ribbon for workshop for mentally handicapped adults, and a newspaper clip on a Cannifton Road workshop providing jobs for the mentally handicapped c.1966.

Woodley family and business materials

  • CA ON00156 2016-49
  • Collection
  • 1904-1978

Photographs and press clippings (mainly reproductions) relating to the Woodley family and their fur business in Belleville. The store on Front Street was established by George Thomas Woodley (1872-1948) in 1904 and closed between 1986 and 1992. George's son Russell, grandson Douglas and great-grandson Daniel ran the store. Photographs include: George Thomas Woodley [c. 1940] Isobel and Betty Woodley outside the Front Street store in period dress as part of Belleville's Centennial celebrations in 1979.
Also includes Russell Woodley's diary of a 1919 YMCA canoe trip from Lakefield to Sturgeon Lake (and a photocopy of a transcript of the diary), with a flyer for the 1920 trip and a photocopy of photographs from Mrs Thompson, whom the group visited on their journey.

Woodley (family)

Children

Black and white photographs of varying size depicting children only. They are outside, or swimming, in front of houses, riding a horse etc. No names on the backs.

McCaw family

Black and white photographs of varying size. Photographs depict members of the McCaw family. Names on the backs of the photos identify the individuals.

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