A map showing Essex County in southwestern Ontario, 1887. It features information and reference to railways at the time. Published and donated by S.R.G. Penson. Received from the Archives of Canada's map collection - 27 Jul. 1966.
A Geological Map of the Province of Ontario published by the Ontario Department of Mines in 1958. Geology compiled by J. Satterly from published and unpublished maps of the Ontario Department of Mines, the Geological Survey of Canada, mining companies & technical publications (as per Legend). Scale 1 inch to 20 miles.
Map showing the Bay of Quinte to Presqu'ile to the eastern tip of Grande Isle (Wolfe Island) used as a teacher's guide to the area in 1785. The 20th century names are in capital letters as per the Legend.
A map of the Moira Region Watershed. Polychrome colours symbolize the varieties of soils and land use surveys, see Legend. Not dated, circa 1950. Published by the Ontario Department of Planning and Development, Conservation Branch. Dimensions 58.5cmx 69cm.
A map of Hastings County outlining townships: Marmora, Lake, Madoc, Tudor, Grimsthorpe, Elzevir; Rawdon, Huntingdon, Hungerford, Sidney, Thurlow, Tyendinaga - as well as the northern townships. Inset is "the Village of Marmora." Surveyed by H. A. F. Macleod, C.E. and P.L.S. Published by W. A. Little Lith., Montreal in the 1864-1865 copy of the Hastings Directory . Scale: 1:190,000.
A map of Hastings County outlining townships from the Bay of Quinte in the south, to Wallaston, Limerick and Cashel in the north. Map is in four sections. Scale: 3 miles : 1 inch. Original map is dated 1894. Photocopy from the Archives of Ontario.
A "Map of the Counties of Hastings and Prince Edward." In 1898, the lots, concessions, churches, schools and mines are shown of the townships in Hastings and Prince Edward. Scale: 1.5 miles to an inch. Published by the Canadian Map Publishing Company in Hamilton, Ontario, for the Belleville Sun. Revised by Henry Carre, C.E. Inset is the map of North Hastings, scale 400 chains to an inch.
"Cummins Rural Directory Map:" A map of South and Central Hastings, in 1923, featuring post offices, hamlets and lot owners. Map is surrounded by advertisements. Published by Cummins Map Co., Toronto. Dimensions 71cm x 50.5cm.
A map of northern Hastings County detailing different types of mineral occurrences, see Legend. Published in 1943 by the Ontario Department of Mines. Scale: 1:120,000. The map includes parts of Quebec and USA, in relation to the region. It was produced to "accompany report by Jas E. Thomson in Vol. LII Ontario Department of Mines, Annual Report, 1943."
Donated by the Ontario Department of Mines, April 1, 1965.