Research notes (including photographs), text of a talk, and 35mm slides relating to Lois Foster's research into the McCurdy family of Belleville, Ontario. Lois presented a talk on the family at a reunion in Belleville in 1994. The file contains related correspondence.
Materials relating to the Hastings County Historical Society's fundraising campaign to build an archives facility in Belleville, Ontario. Includes an 'Unlock the Archives!' flyer, press release, and introductory words by Peter C. Newman
Two certificates for Joseph Canniff: 1) Elementary certificated in musical memory in time, in tune and in sight singing, 1885 2) Intermediate certificate in reading music, writing it from ear, and of eligibility for an advanced choir, 1886
Twenty two colour photographs of skateboard park and BMX bike track at bottom of Mill Street, Deseronto, early 2000s. Brochure from REC Ramps, manufacturer of modular skateboard ramps for concrete or asphalt pads. REC Ramps’ website was active between 2002 and 2006.
Eight small digital images. These are 3 photos of Gerald Pope's store in Corbyville, Ontario, during the 1950s, the section gang working on the tracks in 1954, a photo of Main Street, Trenton, Ontario, and the Pope farm in Victoria Church, in Prince Edward County.
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