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Violet Elliott collection

  • CA ON00156 2020-072
  • Collection
  • 1915-1932

Materials collected by Violet Elliot:

  1. Postcard of the House of Refuge in Belleville. 1915
  2. Township of Thurlow Auditor's Report for 1932
  3. Two blotters advertising Leslie's Shoes in Belleville, c.1930

Elliott, Violet Pearl

Photographs transferred from Belleville Public Library

  • CA ON00156 2015-29
  • Series
  • c.1860-1885

Photographs:

  1. Ambrotype photograph of four houses on the west side of the Moira river in Belleville, c.1860
  2. City of Belleville Chemical Fire Engine Group, 1882-1883
  3. Front Street (looking south) decorated to welcome home the men who fought in the North-West Rebellion, 1885
  4. Front Street (looking north) decorated to welcome home the men who fought in the North-West Rebellion, 1885

Belleville McFarlands commemorative photograph album

  • CA ON00156 2010-49
  • Item
  • 1959

Album with photographs commemorating the Belleville McFarlands hockey team's time in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the Ice Hockey World Championships, where they visited a glass factory and other local landmarks.

Glassexport

Plan of Lot XL/40 in the town of Belleville

An original, hand-painted "Plan of Lot XL [40] on the west side of Front Street in the town of Belleville. Scale 20 feet to an inch." The plan includes the River Moira in the west, a yard, an archway and Front Street in the east. Surveyed by P.L.S. John J. Haslett and signed May 14, 1870.

Haslett, John James, P.L.S. & D.P.S.

Emergency alert about Government of Ontario stay-at-home order

  • CA ON00156 2021-035
  • Item
  • 8 April 2021

Screenshot of an emergency text message alert sent by the Government of Ontario on 8 April 2021 about the stay-at-home order which came into effect on that day to suppress the spread of the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Government of Ontario

Photographs of closed-off items in Walmart

  • CA ON00156 2021-034
  • File
  • 8 April 2021

Photographs showing closed-off aisles and displays of non-essential items in Walmart, Belleville, after the Ontario government's stay-at-home order which took effect on April 8th, 2021 in an effort to stem the rise in Covid-19 cases in the province.

Lantz, Paul

Photographs by William Spence Clarke

  • CA ON00156 2020-008
  • File
  • c.1910

Two interior views of an unidentified butcher's store and a photograph of an Albert College hockey team from Belleville, Ontario.

Clarke, W. S.

Belleville Central School and St. Thomas church photographs

  • CA ON00156 2015-13
  • File
  • 1891-1901

Four photographs:

  1. Class photograph of children at Belleville Central School (later Victoria School), c.1891
  2. Class photograph of children at Belleville Central School (later Victoria School), c.1891
  3. Choir of St. Thomas's Anglican Church, Belleville, 1893
  4. Helen Corby's Young Men's Class of St. Thomas's Sunday School, Belleville, 1901

Mounted clippings with drawings of Belleville institutions

  • CA ON00156 2021-026
  • File
  • 1840-1876

Three mounted newspaper clippings with printed illustrations of Belleville institutions:

  1. Deaf and Dumb Asylum, November 1870
  2. Albert College, December 1870
  3. Marchmont House, 1876

Also a reproduction of HC01468 (view of Bridge Street West in 1840). This item was originally donated to Glanmore National Historic Site by Edith Clapp in March 2015 (as 005.502.005).

Photograph of Ontario Business College Basket Ball Club

  • CA ON00156 2015-68
  • Item
  • 1912

Photograph of nine men, identified as:
J. G. D. Byant, Sherbrooke, Quebec; Centre (Captain)
George Masters, Napanee, Ontario; Secretary-Treasurer
A. C. Major, Sherbrooke, Quebec; Right Guard
G. Walsh, Port Arthur, Ontario; Left Guard (Manager)
H. F. Gibson, Danville, Quebec; Vice-President
J. H. Daigle, St. Jacques, New Brunswick; Right Forward
J. W. Johnson, F.C.A., Belleville, Ontario; Honorary-President
H. Camirand, Blind River, Ontario; Left Forward
I. L. Moore, Belleville, Ontario; President

Clarke, W. S.

Steady Gleaners' signature quilt

  • CA ON00156 DA 2021.06
  • Item
  • 1894

A red and white quilt made in 1894 by the Steady Gleaners, a group of women affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer, Deseronto, Ontario, possibly with the aim of raising funds for missionary work. This quilt may have been made for such a purpose. The signatures of the women in the society are embroidered onto the squares of the quilt.

The names on the quilt are:
F.M.R.
Bella Smyth
Mrs Wm. Gamble
Florence A. Davis
Mrs F. S. Rathbun
Alice McGault
Mrs C. E. Ravin
Mrs J. W. McCaw
Mrs G. Genge
Mrs Wm. Mitchell
Mrs R. J. Craig, President
Mrs Frank S. Hall [Bessie]
Annie Hill
Mrs McCoy
Mrs F. H. Sims
Mrs J. D. Dulmadge
Mrs J. Douglas
Tillie Maxwell
Mrs D. Dant
Miss Mary Huff
Mrs G. Gordon
Ella Pegan
Mrs G. A. Grant
Mrs Joe Hopper
Mrs Wm. Geney
Gertrude R. Craig
Aggie Elliott
Mrs Mackie
Mrs A. D. Macintyre
I. Thornton
Mrs C. Forrester
Mrs R. Anderson
Ira B. Anderson
L. Smyth
Mrs R. Geddes
Mrs F. McMaster
Mrs J. M. Denmark
Mrs A. G. Knight
Mrs J. Buter
Clara McClain
Mrs C. Bennett
Mrs J. T. Garmon

Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer (Deseronto)

Reproduction of a map of the province of Upper Canada

Reproduction of a map showing new settlements, townships, counties etc.in the province of Upper Canada as of April 12, 1800. The total area spans from Quebec to Lake Huron and from Lake Michigan to New Hampshire then south to Pennsylvania in the U.S.A. This was the first printed map of Upper Canada, showing all settlements since 1784. Charted by D. W. Smith, Esq., Surveyor General London and published by W. Faden.

This map was published by Stonehouse Productions as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Smith, David William

Reproduction of a map of Canada West, formerly Upper Canada

Reproduction of a map showing regions within "Canada West, formerly Upper Canada " 1850. The map is divided in 3 parts: Canada West formerly Upper Canada, part 2 Vicinity of the Falls of Niagara and part 3 The City of Toronto and its environs. In 1849, the County succeeded the District as the division for municipal and judicial purposes in Canada West. That along with recent transportation developments. Composed and published by Thomas Cowperthwaite & Co. in the Clerk Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

This map was published by Stonehouse Productions as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Cowperthwaite, Thomas & Co.

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