The file contains a photocopies of a newspaper article from the Standard, Montreal, dated 23-Nov-1946 titled "Ancient Art Dying Out" manufacturing the gold leaf used to make the names of law firms and banks stand out. Includes picture of 3 generaions of Gee Family, George, William and William Jr. and Ella Wannamaker.
The file contains a original building permit for the City of Belleville, dated 14 June 1951; 2 copies of photograph from the Royal Tour 1959 and notes about the Mead Johnson plant located at 231 Dundas Street East, Belleville.
The file contains a writing by Edgar S. Vandewater born in Sidney Township 1876, titled "Belleville as I remember it in the 1890's", dated 1953 and published in the Ontario Intelligencer 31-Oct-1953. There is also a letter from Richard Moran, great-nephew of Edgar with a brief genealogy.
The file contains a writing titled "The Girl From Kokomo; A Tale of Naylor's Theatre" written by Kenneth M. Brown. It contains several stories about Naylor's Theatre. Names included in the stories are: Lord George Wellesly, Louise Nesta Pamela Fitzgerald, Vernon Castle, Gwen Lazier, among others.
The file contains a publication "Kingston Rail - Eastern Ontario's Rail Magazine" Issue 126 March/April 2007 - Kingston Division of the Canadian Railroad Historical Association. Tweed Station Demolished.
The file contains a copy of a writing titled "A History of the Descendants of David Bucklin Johns, SUE and Sarah Maria Carley, DUE In Hastings County, Ontario". Written August 2006 by Sharon Anne Starkey, UE it is a collection of short biographies and documentation.
The file contains original copy of The Daily Ontario newspaper with the headline "T.H. Thompson Died Suddenly, Honoured Man". Member for East Hastings. Contained also in file some research notes, photo copies of pictures, copy of Last Will and Testament for Susan Thompson (wife of Thomas)
The file contains copies of articles from the publication "Remember When", the first one is titled "The ghost of Knight came calling one afternoon", about the former Graham house located R.R. 2 Belleville built 1918 (currently the Montrose Inn). The second article is titled "In war and peace Deacon Bros. had something to suit everyone", about the Deacon Bros. factory on Dundas Street in Belleville. Included in the file is stationary from R. Bruce Graham, 367 Front Street, Belleville (Graham Food Products Limited).