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Research notes on the Gee family of Belleville, gold leaf manufacturers

  • CA ON00156 2018-009
  • Collection
  • 2018

Copies of newspaper articles and photographs of the Gee family, owners of the Canadian Gold Leaf Company, 14 Bettes Street, Belleville, Ontario from 1947. Includes details of the family's history and the gold leaf manufacturing process. Prepared by Diane Brennan, granddaughter of George Gee, the founder of the business.

Gee (family)

Photograph of staff of Canada Cement Company Plant No. 5

  • CA ON00156 2011-48
  • Item
  • 1943

Photograph of staff at Plant Number 5 of the Canada Cement Company Limited, Point Anne, Ontario.

Names provided by Jackie Gilbert (formerly Hull):
Back row: Peter Stalkovistch; Bud Doxtator; ?; Mr. Roluf; Franklin Bennett; Phil Loft; Mr. Basisty?; Walter MacDonald; Joe ?; Earl Wilson?; Mr. Moslo Sr; Leonard MacDonald; Reg File; Mike Basisty?; Charles Dedore; W. Akey; Joe Sutherby; ?; ?; Bill Insley; Cummings?; Murney Carter; ?; Mr Logue; ?; ?; ?; ?; ?; ?; ?; John Maher; ?; ?; ?
Second row: Daly Cummings; Sedore ?; ?; ?; Ned Campbell; Johnnie Bennett; Sam Belack; Mr. Pitt; Tommy Bennett; Raymond Bailey; Peewee; Mr. Gurnick; Mr. Horewood; Mr. Conly; Bert Lloyd; Mr. Rosebush; Bill Gray; ?; Mr. Deforge; ?; Art Whitehead; ?; ?; ?; Tom Bowler; Sonny Legate; Stan Luffman; Chester Shepherd; ?; Mr. Bonokowski; ?; ?; Dell McConnell; Mac McKay
Third row; Jimmy Sero; ?; Chuck Lloyd; Josh Maracle; Bill Hull; Maurice Bradshaw; ?; George King; Percy Akey; Hep Payne; Ralph Payne; Dorothy King; Mr. Gaulin; Mr. Hamilton; ?; J. H. Legate; George Armstrong; Pete Hart; Herb Scholar?; Fred Clark; Mr. Brown?; John McConnell; ?; Mr. Jenkins; Joseph Huck; ?; Elijah Brent; ?; Walter Hull
Front row: Peter Moslo; Earl Deforge; Jack Insley; Mike Yosepanko; Murney Green, jr; Jack Whitehead; Murney Green, sr; Dorothy Goodfellow; Dorothy Bennett; Evenlyn Loft; ?; Marion Deforge; Euretta Juby; Gertrude Payne; Lena Hull; Irene Derushie; Mary McTurney; Madeline Bennett; Mrs Bailey?; Mrs. Gurnick; Mrs. ?; Milton Bowers; Bill Juby; ?; ?; ?; John Zurgee

Canada Cement Company Limited

Lock Companies of Belleville records

  • Fonds
  • 1839-1985?

A mix of catalogues showcasing locks and associated building hardware for all the companies involved, but focusing on Corbin. Box of files includes inter company correspondence, newspaper clippings, log books, photographs and shares. A number of other books include a job book for cylinder keys, manufacturing order books and department specific log books. Two awards are also included, 1 for the efforts of a flood control team in 1981 and 1 safety award received in 1960. The fonds also includes a plastic Corbin sign and a key made at the plant.

International Hardware Company

'Corbyville 1991'

  • CA ON00156 2015-06
  • Item
  • 1991

Booklet produced at the time of the closure of the Corbyville plant of Corby's Distilleries, containing a history of the Corbys and photographs of employees and site buildings and vehicles.

Corby's Distilleries

Tweed Industry

File contains a newspaper article dated 3-January-1957 titled "Local Industries Will Not Be Seriously Affected by C.P.R. Firemen's Strike, Officials Say". It also contains an "Industrial Prospectus" for Tweed from circa 1965.

Bowles, Roy T. - Deloro And The World The Local Manifestations of the Ontario Mineral Industry

This file contains a paper written by Roy T. Bowles, Department of Sociology, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario April 1980 and titled "Deloro And The World The Local Manifestations Of The Ontario Mineral Industry . The paper focuses on technological and community patterns which occurred in the village of Deloro, Ontario between 1896 and 1919.

Marlbank

File contains two newspaper articles from the Napanee Beaver about the Marlbank Cement Company. founded when the Rathbun Lumber Co. built a cement plant and company town at the site of the present day village of Marlbank. The Marlbank plant was an early victim of downsizing. The ruins outside the town remain just as they were left almost 100 years ago.

Corby's Distilleries promotional materials

  • CA ON00156 2014-58
  • Collection
  • c.1970-1990

Promotional materials relating to Corby's Distillery in Corbyville, Ontario, collected by William Dack:
1) "A Proud Canadian" sticker
2) Postcard of a boy fishing in the Moira river next to the distillery buildings at Corbyville
3) Card advertising tours of the J.P. Wiser Distillery at Corbyville
4) Six notecards with pen and ink drawings of buildings at the distillery site in Corbyville by Poul Thrane

Corby's Distilleries

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