Photograph of nine students and the Principal of Belleville High School. Names are: Fanny Curry (Finkle), Myrtle Peck, Annie Campbell, Stan Barber, Ruth Sinclair, Jack Milne, Lillian Armstrong, P. C. [Peter Crawford] MacLaurin (Principal), Irene Bartlett (Trumpour), Marguerite Roberts.
Plan of part of the Town of Deseronto, before 1898 (the Terra Cotta works are still standing), showing roads, railways, buildings and lot numbers for properties south of Dundas Street, east of College Street (which has no name on the map) and west of Boundary Road. The map is hand-coloured to show the blocks and railways.
Negative photocopy (in 4 parts) of a plan of Mill Point village, 1875
Bank of Montreal account book for A.S. Valleau, Collector of Customs. 1901 March 26 – 1905 December 30. Includes six official Customs Canada cheques, one for the salary of Thomas Maloney.
Auditors’ Report, Financial Statement and Minutes and Bylaws for the year 1947, the Corporation of the County of Hastings
1950 Municipal directory, Department of Municipal Affairs, Province of Ontario. Includes brief details on towns and villages. Mayor of Deseronto was R.K.Jackson, clerk Miss M.C. Maher, population 1,473.
Minutes of the Local Board of Health, 1920, May 14 - 1941, Nov 18. Includes loose papers – correspondence, some annual reports
‘Record’, Local Board of Health minutes, 1942, February 23 – 1966, May 25, includes copies of correspondence and draft minutes
‘Docket No. 2’ Court register, 1932, July 29- 1933, July 18, giving name of defendant, details of offence and outcome of hearing. Indexed by surname of defendant
Division Court judges’ list for sittings, 1933, July 26 – 1944, March 7, includes names of plaintiffs, defendants and garnishees, with the amount owed and a brief record of the outcome of each case.
County of Hastings report and statements, December 31, 1946, by Garrett D. C. Morton, certified General Accountant. Typescript auditor’s account.
Bound ‘Population Census’ summary, 1951-1953, showing number of individuals in each lot by age.
Bound ‘Population Census’ summary, 1954-1955, showing number of individuals in each lot by age.
Bound ‘Population Census’ summary, 1956-1964, showing number of individuals in each lot by age.
Four photographs of St. Mark’s Church, Deseronto, Ontario: 1) Interior of church, taken by A. V. Richardson of Deseronto, early 20th century 2) Exterior of church, taken from Dundas Street, looking northwest, early 20th century 3) Interior of church, looking towards the altar, c.1940[?] 4) Exterior of church, taken from Dundas Street, looking north, dated December 1976
Collection principally comprises research notes, newspaper clippings, promotional publications and postcards relating to the history of the town of Deseronto, Ontario. It also includes a file of materials relating to a voyage on the Empress of Scotland ship in 1956.
Deseronto postcards and photographs, 1900-1920
Notes and ephemera relating to Kay Allin's voyage on the Empress of Scotland, July 1956
Publication Kente Mission, 1668-1680, 1968
Notes by Kay Allin on the history of Deseronto, c.1980-1990
Notes by Kay Allin on the history of the Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer in Deseronto, c.1980-1990
File of newspaper clipping relating to Deseronto, 1967-1980
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relating to the Rathbun family, 1972-1980
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relating to Deseronto, 1978-1990
Reproduction of Deseronto High School 'Ballyhoo' publication, May 1928
Deseronto flyers and publications, including 1978 program for the North American Outboard Championships, 1967-1989
Publications relating to centennial celebrations in Deseronto, 1971 and 1989
Charter for Belleville Local Division Number 126 of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees and Other Transport Workers. Officers listed: President: J. G. Shaw Treasurer: C. Kellet Financial Secretary: V. P. McIntyre Local Chairman: H. J. Armstrong Recording Secretary: C. A. Finnigan Reporter: H. Pointer
Souvenir Route Book of The Kilties' world tour, 1908-1910
Souvenir Album of songs and marches, c.1910
Famous Bands of the British Empire by J. P. Hull, London, 1926
Poster published in Chicago, reading "Hoot Mon! The Kilties are coming, Canada's greatest Concert Band all appearing in full kilted regimentals introducing all their special features that have made them famous, the band that toured the world", c.1912
21 cigarette cards featuring "Wee Jamie" Clark, Pipe Major of The Kilties Band, c.1910
Photograph of The Kilties beside a train car bearing their name, c.1910
Photograph of ten members of The Kilties, c.1910
Photograph of Murdoch J. Macdonald, conductor of The Kilities, c.1910