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1885 Northwest Rebellion Campaign: list of “A” & “H” Company Belleville Veterans

File contains a photocopied typescript letter from Chas. S. Clapp to Lt. Col. William Nisbet Ponton dated October 29, 1914 concerning the A. and H Companies of the Midland Battalion at Batoche during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885. Also present is a photocopied typescript list of veterans from the two companies who served during the Rebellion.

Argue family collection

  • CA ON00156 DA 2013.20
  • File
  • 1929

Printed materials relating to Deseronto in 1929, from the estate of Cecil Argue, Mayor of Deseronto in that year.
1) Green pennant with red ties, with ‘U.E.L. Come to Deseronto June 16,17,18,19’ [from the 1929 United Empire Loyalist celebration]
2) Programme for a concert at Naylor’s Theatre held on Thursday March 14, 1929
3) Merchant’s Advertising Ticket for Naylor’s Theatre, compliments of C. W. Malley, Druggist
4) Women Citizens’ League printed constitution
5) ‘Patriotic Roll’ pledge of allegiance and affirmation of abstention from alcohol, signed by seven children, including Jack West Argue (son of Cecil), Bruce Cole, Norman Purvis, Gerald Houle, Jack Galt, Jean Whitton and Vera Houle

Argue (family)

Articles on North America

Contains two series of articles. The first is a 7-part reflective piece on Parker's trip to Mexico published between 7 July and 18 August 1894 in the National Observer. The second is a similar piece on the various geographic regions of the United States in the same period for the St. James's Gazette.

Baseball team photographs

  • CA ON00156 2018-146
  • File
  • 1928, 1936

Photograph of the Ciaco Club, Belleville Industrial League Champions, 1928 and a reproduction of a photograph of the 1936 Corby Distillery baseball team.

Bay of Quinte Tartan sample

File contains a sample of the Bay of Quinte tartan, designed by Alex Wilson and produced by Trenton Dyeing and Finishing.

According to the Trent Port Historical Society: "The dark blue blocks of the fabric represented the Bay of Quinte, lighter blue blocks represented the rivers and streams leading to the bay, green blocks signified local fields and parks and the gold threads symbolized the golden future of the Quinte area."

Belleville Business: Stewart-Warner

This file contains an essay titled "Four Decades of Radio, Television and Electronics" written in June 1986 and gives a brief history of the Belleville based business Stewart-Warner Alemite. The essay was published as part of a supplement to the Intelligencer celebrating 65 years of the firm, where the authors are identified as F. C. Ethier and S. D. Hagerman.

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