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HCHS Textual Records collection: Files 2500-2999
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Thurlow Township : robbery, 1961

File contains an Ontario Intelligencer article, 7 February 1961, concerning a break-in and vandalism of the vault at the Thurlow Township office and the concurrent theft of a camera from the Moira River Conservation Authority, housed in the same building.

Thurlow Township : miscellaneous notes / by Mrs. Mary Plumpton

File contains manuscript notes by Mary Plumpton including lists of Thurlow Town Clerks, 1798-1846; transcripts of pages from an unidentified diary 1870-1872, and notes on individuals appearing in Plumpton's work, The Rambling River. Also present is a photocopied printed excerpt from the 1879 Hastings County Directory with entries for Canifton[sic] listing residents by name and occupation.

Trenton: Boats

File contains a number of newspaper photos from various dates and titled "Picture Peeks Into The Past", these are pictures of boats in and on the Trent River and about boating in Trenton.

Trenton: Bridges

File contains a newspaper article from The Intelligencer, dated 22-July-1967 and titled "It's Only Five Minutes But it Starts Drivers Fuming" and is about the swing bridge in Trenton.

Trenton : Bleecker's Ferry, 1830-1834

File contains a newspaper article and a photocopy of the same, with a reproduction of a sketch of Bleecker's hotel and ferry as they appeared in the 1830s. The ferry served as a crossing for the Trent at the location of the present Highway 2 bridge in Trenton.

Trenton : Ferry license, 1879; Bay of Quinte Navigation Company

File contains a manuscript license issued by the Province of Ontario on 13 October 1879 approving the operation of a ferry from Sidney Township in Hastings County to Ameliasburgh Township in Prince Edward County. Also present are two printed, completed bills of sale, dated 5 November 1880 transferring 64 shares in the steam paddler, Mary Ethel, built at Trenton, to the Bay of Quinte Navigation Company (Limited).

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