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- CA ON00156 TR/0232-4
File contains the “Report on Business” section of the March 4th, 1969 Globe and Mail, featuring an article on Belleville and its slow move to being more commercial and industrialized.
- CA ON00156 TR/0232-1B
File contains newspaper clips on the growing cheese box industry after it had previously slowed down due to a lack of elm veneer, and a clip on the growth of females in businesses.
- CA ON00156 TR/0145-2
File contains original documents relating to the early history of Belleville Mills and industry, as well as newspaper clippings.
- CA ON00156 2015-48/1/2
Photographs include: Ezra Holton (1810-1879) and Lucy Clement Holton (1811-1883) [c. 1850] two images of "Grandfather Holton's homestead, 1873?, Belleville, Ontario" - with various Holton family members identified three photographs of Sir Mackenzie Bowell (one signed, one where he has a dark beard and is holding a sword) a collage of photographs of Sir John Johnson's Cabinet Ministers, including Mackenzie Bowell, c.1893 a pair of horses with a cart laden with cut lumber and five men: a man in a suit stands in the foreground, with three more men in the rear a studio portrait of Charles Phillip Holton (1849-1908), wearing a medal, c.1905 postcard showing the Armouries, Belleville, Ontario, with ranks of soldiers outside. One has an x beneath him, with a note saying "your brother in 1913". The postcard was mailed to Lucy E. Holton in Bermuda in 1923 photograph of the Bridge Street Church Orchestra, 1922 flyer for a Grand Concert of the Bridge Street Church Orchestra, held on 19 May 1922 at 8.15. George Harold Holton was the Director "Georgina Waltzes" sheet music, composed by George Harold Holton for his future wife, Minnie Georgina Wilson, published by the George Taberg Music Company of Cincinnati, Ohio in 1898 business card for the Holton Lumber Company, with Sir Mackenzie Bowell and G. H. Holton's names on it unidentified young man, taken by Clarke of Belleville