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File of printed material

Various printed items:

  • "Alphabet of First Things in Canada" by George Johnson, 1890
  • "Spice and Pep Especially Appreciated by After Dinner Speakers" printed by Public Speakers Supply, Warren, Pennsylvania
  • Notebook of news clippings and poems compiled by George Harold Holton
  • Reproduction of 1892 Canadian Pacific Railway timetable, published by Railfare Enterprises Limited
  • Edition of The Canadian's Weekend Citizen magazine, 20 May 1978, featuring homes of Canada's prime ministers. Includes a photograph of Mackenzie Bowell's home, clipped to the photograph in the article.

Isaac J. Frost account books

  1. Bank book of Isaac Frost's account with the Merchants Bank of Canada in Belleville, 1873-1881
  2. 'Account of sums given for Religious and Charitable purposes, commencing January 1st 1875', 1875-1879
  3. Ledger of Isaac Frost's purchases from and payments to various tradespeople, 1881-1882

Frost, Isaac John

A. McLean Haig records

  • CA ON00156 TR 3305
  • Fonds
  • 1903-1975

This fonds contains 22 folders. It consists of A. McLean Haig's biographical data which includes a brief summary of his life. The second folder contains his incoming correspondence which includes letters from: Assistant Deputy Minister of national Defence James A. Sharpe; a copy of a letter forwarded to Haig from C.C. Wimperly of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs to Mr. A.B. Sprague; two letters between Wimperly and Haig, one with statistics concerning Northumberland and Durham Counties, the communities of Campbellford and Seymour, and the former District of Newcastle; one from A.R. Wilson, the Belleville Superintendent of the Canadian National Railway; one telegram and one business card congratulating Mayor Haig on his election in 1962 from Quebec Premiere Jean Lesage – in the telegram, it is interesting to note that Lesage is spelled Lesarge; a letter from Trans-Canada Air Lines and Air Canada Vice President Howard Cotterell with a small picture sent from Cotterell to Haig from the air carrier's annual report; a letter from CNR Rideau Manager Keith Hunt that had a piece of the rail-track from Pinnacle Street in Belleville enclosed with it after the line had been pulled from the ground in 1964; and three Christmas cards received from constituents.

The are also pieces of Haig's outgoing correspondence including: four pieces of correspondence to CNR the St. Lawrence Region Vice President, W.H. Kyle and Belleville Superintendent A.R. Wilson respectively; and a letter thanking Premiere Lesage – again spelled Lesarge, for his congratulations on winning the 1962 Belleville municipal election.

There is a folder of his municipal papers consisting of: newspaper clippings; a press release from Postmaster M.A. Murray; a program from the opening of the new wing of the Belleville General Hospital in 1956; and a report on major accomplishments achieved by the Haig administration between 1960 and 1963 prepared by City Manager J.R. Reynolds. Additional folders in this fonds include: one folder of federal government papers, nine folders containing copies of his addresses and speeches; one folder of speeches given by other people that the Mayor kept; a folder with copies of the report of the Willmott Royal Commission which looked into the McFarlands hockey team scandal and the City Auditor's report of 1959; one folder of military related documents; one folder with items pertaining to the history of Belleville and Thurlow; a file with printed jokes and other items that Haig found humourous; one folder labeled miscellaneous by the original record keeper; and the contents of a scrapbook.

Haig, A. McLean

Kay Allin collection

  • CA ON00156 DA 2020.15
  • Collection
  • 1900-1991

Collection principally comprises research notes, newspaper clippings, promotional publications and postcards relating to the history of the town of Deseronto, Ontario. It also includes a file of materials relating to a voyage on the Empress of Scotland ship in 1956.

  1. Deseronto postcards and photographs, 1900-1920
  2. Notes and ephemera relating to Kay Allin's voyage on the Empress of Scotland, July 1956
  3. Publication Kente Mission, 1668-1680, 1968
  4. Notes by Kay Allin on the history of Deseronto, c.1980-1990
  5. Notes by Kay Allin on the history of the Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer in Deseronto, c.1980-1990
  6. File of newspaper clipping relating to Deseronto, 1967-1980
  7. Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relating to the Rathbun family, 1972-1980
  8. Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relating to Deseronto, 1978-1990
  9. Reproduction of Deseronto High School 'Ballyhoo' publication, May 1928
  10. Deseronto flyers and publications, including 1978 program for the North American Outboard Championships, 1967-1989
  11. Publications relating to centennial celebrations in Deseronto, 1971 and 1989

Allin, Muriel Kathleen 'Kay'

Auction poster for goods of L. W. Yeomans

  • CA ON00156 2020-078
  • Item
  • 21 August 1885

Poster for sale to be held on 28 August 1885 at the home of L. W. Yeomans in Queen Street, Belleville, Ontario.

Intelligencer

Correspondence of Myrtle Peck

  • CA ON00156 2020-033
  • Collection
  • 1909-1918

Letters given to the donor by the administrators of the estate of Myrtle Winnifred Peck of 267 Ann Street, Belleville (1894-1983).

  1. Letter from Reg of 94 Cedar Street about skating and church, 18 February 1908 (3 pages)
  2. Letter from Millie (Mildred Amelia Cobb, born Wilson, sister of Myrtle's mother, Mary Jane Wilson) of Okotoks about Christmas gifts, written between 24 January and 8 February 1909 (3 pages)
  3. Letter from Willard of East Angus, Quebec, 13 August 1916 (4 pages)
  4. Letter from Willard of 28 Wolfe Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, 23 June 1918 (4 pages)
  5. Letter from Willard of 28 Wolfe Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, 19 July 1918 (2 pages and envelope)
  6. Letter [from Willard] from Montreal, Quebec, 5 September 191[?] (1 card)
  7. Censored letter from Max [Maxwell] Drennan in France, in thanks for socks knitted by Myrtle, 10 October 1917 (2 pages and envelope)

Peck, Myrtle Winnifred

Personal records

This series contains Gerry Boyce's personal financial records and items reflecting his personal life, such as daily logs for the period 1955-1960 and awards for running. Includes a résumé from 2009.

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