Paper money from Revolutionary America (listed below), with sheet of paper listing all the bill denominations, and one $20 bill from the Confederate States of America (Richmond, Virginia, 17 Feb 1864).
Outline of Professor Donald B. Smith's forthcoming book The Blind Spot: Canada and the "Indians" in Canada's First Century. A Study of non-Indigenous Canadians' perspectives on the First Nations from 1867 to the White Paper of 1969, with copies of some research materials including:
'The Indian in "the Great" Canadian Society: A Newspaper Series on People of Tyendinaga': series of articles in the Kingston Whig Standard, February 22nd to 27th, 1965
'As A Teacher On The Reserve She Came To Know The Indians': photocopied article from the Napanee Beaver of October 12th, 1966 by Celia File
File of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs relating to the relocation of the Carman fountain from Glanmore National Historic Site to the Moodie cottage in Belleville, Ontario, in 1997, including notes on the history of the fountain. The fountain was at the Moodie cottage from 1997 to October 2019, when the City of Belleville removed the fountain into storage. It was located at Glanmore from 1984 to 1997 and was at Franklin Foley's ironworks from the late 1960s to 1984. It was moved to Fireman's Park at Dundas and Front Street in 1961. It was originally located at the Carman property at Dundas and Bleecker, which was built in 1876.
Jack and Gwen Braidwood and William and Phyllis Hurst discuss life and entertainment in Belleville including the trip Gwen Braidwood (Lazier) took in 1924 on horseback to present an invitation to President Calvin Coolidge to attend the 140th anniversary of the United Empire Loyalists arriving in the Quinte area.
William Beare and Cecil Cherry discuss Belleville floods. William Beare discusses his work on the railway followed by his work for his brother-in-law at Bill Cooke's cigar store. Cecil Cherry discusses his work as a carpenter.