Article on a Lancaster bomber which crashed near the French villages of Tramont Emy and Tramont Lassus on the night of July 24/25, 1944. One of the two men who died in the crash was Pilot Officer Ross William Lough of Belleville, Ontario.
Ontario Hydro maps for parts of Hastings County and copies of Grand Trunk Railway plans from Library and Archives Canada. Includes a photograph of Canadian National Railway employees at Belleville, Ontario (online at https://www.flickr.com/photos/cabhc/39400300370/) and booklet C.T. 405 from Penn Central with "Special Instructions Governing Operation of Signals and Interlockings", 1968
Three additional Hydro maps were added from David Pershick's estate in January 2024 (2024-007/1-3), with two aerial photographs of railway yards in Toronto (2024-007/4-5, in poor condition).
This file contains a copy of a school project written by Scott Randolph from Foxboro Sr. Elementary School. It is titled "One Hundred and Eighty Years of Service" The Vandervoorts of Sidney Township and contains information about the genealogy of the Vandervoort Family commencing in 1784 with Peter Vandervoort.
File contains an Ontario Intelligencer article dated 14 June 1924 concerning the establishment and early history of the Weekly Intelligencer [later Ontario Intelligencer]. This issue of the newspaper is available online at https://archive.org/details/intelligencer-june-1924/page/n85/mode/2up . Also present is a typescript genealogy of the family of George Benjamin who started the newspaper in 1834. The genealogy was prepared by Ruby Milburn, granddaughter of George and Isabella Benjamin.
Minute book of the local committee of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Gospel Tabernacle, Belleville, Ontario between October 1928 and April 1935. The organization's address was 148 Front Street, Belleville and their pastor was the Rev. W. Willoughby.
Christian and Missionary Alliance Gospel Tabernacle, Belleville