Printed Draft for a Building By-Law to be adapted for use by Smaller Municipalities in the Province of Ontario, published in December 1952, with a covering letter of 2 April 1953 addressed to Mr. M. G. Wright, Building Inspector of the Township of Thurlow. The draft by-law has annotations in pencil. Also a letter dated 11 March 1955 from the Ontario Department of Planning and Development about the National Building Code in reltaion to municipal building by-laws.
Deseronto High School Central Ontario Inter-Scholastic League Champs FRONT - L. Bruyea, l.w.; F. Whitton, centre; Maurice Detlor, r.w.; C. McVicker, goal. TOP - J. Whitton, Manager; J. McVicker, Mascot; L. McVicker, sub.; M. Perry, r. defense; C. Cole, l. defense; F. Butzer, sub.; E. I. Gale, Principal of Deseronto High School. The picture is undated, but E. I. Gale was Principal of the school between 1922 and 1926. There is a high overlap of team members with the 1926-1927 team photograph, so this may be the 1925-1926 hockey team.
Deseronto High School Hockey Team Central Ontario Interscholastic Champs for the years 1926 and 1927 FIRST ROW - C. McVicker, goal; L. Bruyea, left wing; J. Whitton, Manager; F. Whitton, centre; Maurice Detlor, right wing. SECOND ROW - A. D. Campbell, Principal; C. Cole, left defense; B. Campbell, sub; L. McVicker, right defense; G. Green, sub; B. Brant, coach.
Scanned photographs of Nealon family members (Denis, Jane, Margaret and Rose) of Marysville, Ontario, with four printed images of Denis Nealon and two pages of information about his father, Michael Nealon.
Five copies of photographs showing Louise Fitchett's house in Deseronto and Ken Melhoff as a young boy, c.1944-1946. Photocopy of an article from Our Canada magazine by Carolyn Lori about Joseph Laverture of Green Street, Deseronto, and his miniature cannons. Lavature was at one time the projectionist at Naylor's theatre in Deseronto.
Photographs: 1) Bev and Vern Boomhour on their wedding day, 28 July 1956 2-10) Quinte Classic boat races in Deseronto in 1980 11) Dignitaries at the entrance to Deseronto Town Hall for the Terry Fox Run in 1982
Ebenezer Arthur Rixen of Deseronto, Ontario. Rixen was born in London, England on February 5th, 1857, the son of James Rixen and Elizabeth (née Moore). He married Ellen Gault in Deseronto on November 5th, 1884 and died in Thomas Street, Deseronto on June 10th, 1928. He was buried in the Deseronto Cemetery. Rixen was an accountant and insurance agent. He served as Mayor of Deseronto in 1917 and 1918.
Ellen Rixen (née Gault) of Deseronto, Ontario. Ellen was born in Mill Point (Deseronto) in 1862, the daughter of John and Sarah Gault. She married Ebenezer Arthur Rixen in Deseronto on November 5th, 1884. She died on April 4th, 1955 and was buried in the Deseronto Cemetery.