Four ribbons from ‘Deseronto’s 100th Anniversary Homecoming 1989’, a red one for first prize, a dark blue for second prize, a white for third prize and a pale blue for ‘I particpated’. Duplicate ribbons were discarded.
1) ‘Souvenir and Programme’ of the 1929 Loyalist celebrations in Deseronto 2) ‘Deseronto is 100 Years Old this Year’ article from the Napanee Beaver, c. May 1971 (mentions Rathbun head office building as being owned by Redi-Heat appliance manufacturers, later by Dravo and "now empty") 3) ‘Deserontonian of the week’ newspaper article from the Napanee Beaver about Gerald and Kay Lott, owners of a Deseronto jewelry store from 1950-1982 (the approximate date of the article).
1) Large format photographs (mostly mounted) which were formerly on display in Deseronto Town Hall. Town Council portraits from the following years: 1967 1971 [1970s] 1982-1985 1985-1988 1988-1991 1991-1994 1997-2000 2000-2003 2003-2006 Mounted copy of letter asking E.W. Rathbun to be Mayor in 1889 Letters of congratulations on 100th anniversary of Deseronto in 1989 Photo of Town Hall Portraits of Glenn Balcour as Warden of Hastings County 2) Four files of press cuttings relating to Deseronto Town Council from 1970s to 2003, covering water works, policing, taxes, events
Photographs of members of the council of the Town of Deseronto: George E. Clement James Sexsmith William Irvine James Whitton J. M. Olliver George Parnham A. A. Richardson, Deputy Reeve Frederick S. Rathbun, Treasurer Edward Wilkes Rathbun, Mayor Robert Irvine, Clerk James Dryden, Reeve J. McCollough, Assessor George Gonyou, Chief of Police G. E. Deroche, Solicitor T. D. Galt William Mellow James Saunders