Commemorative print made from a postcard showing the Post Office building at Pinnacle and Bridge Streets in Belleville, with special cancellation mark for the 100th anniversary of letter carrier delivery in Belleville. With accompanying explanatory article.
Collection includes: 1) File of copies of newspaper articles on Frank Morse Robb and copy of the patent for his electronic wave organ. Also includes research notes on the William Finkle Machine business at 393 Sidney Street in Belleville (Bristol Aircraft Products during the Second World War) and an article from 'Remember When' on the Argue family home at 338 Charles Street. 2) File of research notes on Belleville buildings constructed by City Hall builder John Forin, c.1988-1898 3) Copy of paper by Gerry Boyce on 'Conflict and Cooperation: The Cemeteries of Belleville, Ontario', 2003 4) Copy of article by Peter Meehan 'The East Hastings By-Election of 1936 and the Ontario Separate School Tax Question', published in 'Historical Studies' 68, 2002
Photographs taken in Point Anne, Picton, and the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory:
2 photographs of Kyle Maracle, a volunteer at the KWE Radio Station and his braille typewriter, 2013
2 photographs of Lou Pereira and his ject car at the Picton drag races, 28 Sep 2013
11 photographs taken at the launch of Vern Whalen's book on Point Ann, including pictures of members of the Hull family (Garry, Jackie, Lois and Ron); John Lowry and Richard Hughes; Ray Summers and Tommy MacDonald; Camilla Summers; Gary Anderson and Vern Whalen
Newspaper articles from the Intelligencer and The Pioneer on the death of Sheila Turnbull, a long-serving volunteer with Bridge Street United Church who was actively involved in developing programs to help people in need.
Photographs of the Rockhound Gemboree 'Gemstone Patio' cairn in Bancroft, Ontario, one of the text on the cairn, the other showing the whole monument and Bill Hunt standing next to it. Bill owned the Dixie Lee restaurant next to the cairn and was responsible for getting it built.
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
Typescript transcription of the diary of Constable John McCrodan of Belleville Police, Belleville, Ontario from August 1869 to March 1870. The original diary is in the possession of Mrs Cathy Atkinson, a descendant of McCrodan. It was transcribed by Lindi Pierce in 2016.
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.