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Photographs of St. Mark's Anglican Church, Deseronto

  • CA ON00156 DA 2013.08
  • Collection
  • c.1905-1976

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

Photographs of Wardens of the County of Hastings

  • CA ON00156 2020-019
  • Series
  • 1975-2020
  1. Photographs of Wardens of Hastings County (with some duplicates):

    1. W. George Lyons, Deseronto, 1976
    2. William McCrea, Hungerford Twp., 1975 & Dec.1977
    3. Cecil Woods, Madoc Twp., 1977
    4. James Pollock, Rawdon Twp., 1978
    5. Gordon Wilman, Sidney Twp., 1979
    6. John D. Clemens, Tweed Village, 1980
    7. Kenneth H. Yorke, Thurlow Twp., 1981
    8. Jack Robinson, Elzevir Grimsthorpe Twp., 1982
    9. Kenneth Wilson, Carlow Twp , 1983
    10. Frank Rabel, Frankford Village, 1984
    11. lvan Fowler, Herschel Twp., 1985
    12. Glenn Franks, Huntington Twp., 1986
    13. J.S. 'Jack' Hattin, Bancroft Village, 1987
    14. John lrwin, Madoc Twp., 1988
    15. Harry Danford, Rawdon Twp., 1989
    16. Bruce Davis, Bangor Wicklow & McClure Twp., 1990
    17. Larry Hartin, Hungerford Twp., 1991
    18. Owen Ketcheson, Huntingdon Twp., 1992
    19. Joe Best, Monteagle Twp., 1993
    20. Tom Deline, Madoc Twp., 1994
    21. Lloyd Churchill, Town of Bancroft, 1995
    22. Tim Enright, Tyendinaga Twp., 1996
    23. Gerald Reid, Madoc Twp., 1997
    24. Albert Vader, Wollaston Twp., 1998
    25. Doug Mumford, Municipality of Tweed, 1999
    26. Dave Panabaker, Carlo/Mayo Twp., 2000
    27. Carl Tinney, Faraday Twp., 2001
    28. Glenn Belcour, Town of Deseronto, 2002
    29. Margaret Walsh, Tyendinaga Twp., 2003
    30. Peter Kooistra, Stirling-Rawdon Twp., 2004
    31. Charles Mullett, Town of Bancroft, 2005
    32. Clarence Zieman, Town of Deseronto, 2006
    33. Ron Emond, Hastings Highlands, 2008; 2009
    34. Terry Clemens, Marmora & Lake Twp., 2007; Dec. 2011-Jun 2012
    35. Jo-Anne Albert, Municipality of Tweed, 2010; 2011
    36. Rick Phillips, Tyendinaga Twp., Jul. 2012-Dec. 2012
    37. List of Wardens of Hastings County, 1850-2012
  2. Three photographs of staff and councillors of Hastings County Council for:

    1. 2014-2016
      FRONT ROW: Tom Deline - Municipality of Centre Hastings, Jo-Anne Albert - Municipality of Tweed, Bonnie Adams - Township of CarlovMayo, Sharon Carson - Township of Limerick, Warden Rick Phillips - Township of Tyendinaga, Jim Pine - CAO, Vivian Bloom - Municipality of Hastings Highlands, Wanda Donaldson - Township of Tudor & Cashel, Bernice Jenkins - Town of Bancroft
      BACK ROW: Steve Gatward - Director of Social Services, Jim Duffin - Deputy Clerk, John O'Donnell - (A) Chief of Paramedic Services, Claudette Dignard-Remillard - Director of Long-term Care, Terry Clemens - Municipality of Marmora & Lake, CarlTinney- Township of Faraday, Rodney Cooney -Township of Stirling-Rawdon, Bob Sager-Township of Madoc, Norm Clark -Town of Deseronto, Sue Horwood - Director of Finance, Brian Mccomb - Director of Planning & Development, Shaune Lightfoot - Director of Human Resources, Cathy Monzon-Bradley - Executive Assistant to the Warden and CAO
    2. 2016-2018
      FRONT ROW: Sharon Carson - Township of Limerick, Vivian Bloom - Municipality of Hastings Highlands, Warden Rodney Cooney - Township of Stirling-Rawdon, Wanda Donaldson - Township of Tudor & Cashel, Bonnie Adams - Township of Carlow/Mayo
      BACK ROW: Dan Pisani- Director of Facilities Management & Capital lnfrastucture, Erin Rivers - Director of Community and Human Services, Cathy Monzon-Bradley- Deputy Clerk, Corporate Communications & Executive Assistant to the Warden and CAO,
      Sue Horwood - Director of Finance, Larry Dean - Director of lnformation Technology, Carl Tinney - Township of Faraday, Jo-Anne Albert - Municipality of Tweed, Bob Sager - Township of Madoc, Paul Jenkins - Town of Bancroft, Graham Blair - Township of Wollaston, Rick Phillips - Township of Tyendinaga, Debbie Rollins - Director of Long-Term Care, Terry Clemens - Municipality of Marmora & Lake, Tom Deline - Municipality of Centre Hastings, Norm Clark - Town of Deseronto, Shaune Lightfoot - Director of Human Resources, Justin Harrow - Director of Planning & Development, Jim Duffin - Clerk
    3. 2018-2020
      FRONT ROW: Jo-Anne Albert - Municipality of Tweed, Jan O'Neill - Municipality of Marmora & Lake, Bonnie Adams - Township of Carlow/Mayo, Warden Rick Phillips - Township of Tyendinaga, Jim Pine - CAO, Libby Clarke - Township of Tudor & Cashel,
      Tom Deline - Municipality of Centre Hastings
      BACK ROW: Shaune Lightfoot - Director of Human Resources, Debbie Rollins - Director of Long-Term Care, Doug Socha - Chief of Paramedic Services/Director Emergency Services, Barbara Shaw-Township of Wollaston, Justin Harrow- Director of Planning & Economic Development, Dennis Purcell - Township of Faraday, Carl Stefanski -Township of Limerick, Bob Mullin -Township of Stirling-Rawdon, Dan Johnston -Town of Deseronto, Loyde Blackburn - Township of Madoc, Vic A. Bodnar - Municipality of Hastings Highlands, Paul Jenkins - Town of Bancroft, Jim Duffin - Director of Facilities & Capital lnfrastructure, Erin Rivers - Director of Community & Human Services, Larry Dean - Director of lnformation Technology, Cathy Monzon-Bradley - Clerk, Sue Horwood - Director of Finance

Riley, William E.

Photographs of buildings in Tweed, Ontario

  • CA ON00156 2018-074
  • Series
  • c.1990

Two photographs taken in Tweed, Ontario:
1) Garage building on Spring Street
2) The old Ketcheson house

Morrow, Sandi Warren

Photographs of various properties

  • CA ON00156 2019-048
  • Series
  • 1989-1992

Two photographs taken on October 15th, 1992:
1) Front of the former movie theatre on south end of Front Street, Belleville
2) Front windows of Dinkel's Restaurant, Bridge Street East, Belleville

Two photographs of the interior of Marilyn Adam's home in Prince Edward County, taken in June 1989:
3) Parlour
4) Buffet and corner cupboard

5) One photograph of Stirling station (undated, c.1990)

Quinte Arts Council

Photographs of women

  • CA ON00156 2011-10
  • Collection
  • c.1920

Two photo-postcards, one of "Mrs. Foster & daughter" and one of "Mrs G. Perry, 6 Moira St. E. Belleville".

Photographs taken by Marjorie Buck

  • CA ON00156 2018-118
  • Fonds
  • 1990-2005

Photographs taken of activities and locations in Belleville, Ontario between 1990 and 2005.
1) Unveiling ceremonies, 1990-2003, including: Belleville Garden Club plaque, 1990s; War Memorial Park dedication, 18 October 2001; J. Russell Scott Park, Robin Jeffrey Park, Jane Forrester Park, Gerald B. Hyde Park, R. T. Potter Park, all 2002; Bruce Faulds Track, Wilbur C. Purcell Bridge, J. Ben Corke Footbridge, Jean Smith Housing Complex, Tom Gavey Alemite Park, Putman Bridge, Gerry Masterson Community Centre, Thurlow, all 2003; Riverside Trail groundbreaking [c.100 photographs]
2) Parks and arenas, c.2001, including: Wally Dever Arena opening; Quinte Sports Centre/Yardmen Arena internal and external views; Corby Rose Garden; Lioness Park opening; aerial views of Zwick's Island; Parkdale Community Centre; Meyer's Pier; skating in Victoria Harbour; Wharf Street Debating Club; [55 photographs]
3) Moira River views, including aerial photographs and views of the route of the future riverfront trail, c.2001 [34 photographs]
4) Aerial views of Belleville and Thurlow, c.2001, including: Belleville General Hospital, Hastings Manor, Corbyville distillery site, Quinte Hotel, Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, the Armouries, Mary Ann Sills park, Zwicks Park, Quinte Sports Centre, Loyalist College, industrial parks [c.100 photographs]
5) Aerial views of Belleville, c.2004, including: Loyalist College, downtown Belleville, Hastings Manor (new building), Reid's Dairy, riverfront trail (under construction), Albert College, Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf [50 photographs]
6) Aerial views of Bay of Quinte northern shoreline, c.2004, including Bakelite plant, Belleville General Hospital, Belleville Cemetery [49 photographs]
7) Unveiling of the Belleville McFarlands mural on the Memorial Arena, 18 September 2002 [49 photographs] with note from Mayor George Zegouras to Marjorie Buck concerning her role as official photographer for the event
8) Competitors at the Games for the Disabled event held in Belleville, c.2002 [32 photographs]
9) Photographs of a celebratory event at Glanmore National Historic Site, marking 30 years as a museum, July 2003 [c.100 photographs]
10) Photographs of Belleville Farmers' Market, c.2002 (taken in summer and in fall) [8 photographs]

Buck, Marjorie

Photographs taken by Mary-Lynne Morgan

  • CA ON00156 2014-71
  • Fonds
  • 1978-2005

Photographic prints showing:
1) City Centennial events in Belleville, Ontario, including the Mayor's Levée, Arts in the Park, Centennial Parade and double decker bus, Railway Week, Ethnic Festival [71 photographs]
2) Burrell's axe factory building (known as Meyer's Mill) before restoration, 1979 and Centennial log cabin in Front Street location [6 photographs]
3) Aerial views of open pit mine at Marmora, 1990 [3 photographs]
4) Views of Queensborough, spring 1993 [7 photographs]
5) Aerial views of downtown Belleville taken from Remax hot air balloon and the tower of Bridge Street United Church, 1993 [13 photographs]
6) People at Fort Kenthe, 1994 [2 photographs]
7) Ruth Burrows receiving the Order of Canada, 1999 [1 photograph]
8) Prince Edward's visit to the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment at the Belleville Armouries, June 2005 [2 photographs]

Morgan, Mary-Lynne

Photographs transferred from Deseronto Town Hall

  • CA ON00156 DA 2015.13
  • Series
  • 1970s-2011

Photographs found in Deseronto Town Hall, dating from the 1970s to 2011, depicting a variety of Town events. They include a set of aerial photographs from the 1980s (some duplicates), photographs of Centennial and Rathbun Memorial Park, the opening of the Deseronto Public Library in its 358 Main Street location in 2001, the 2010 Olympic Flame run in Deseronto, an Easter Parade from the early 2000s, a Santa Parade, the OPP handover (2007?), interior of the Home Hardware store in the Baker Block, 1989 100th Anniversary celebrations, 2002 New Year’s Levee, the O’Connor House before demolition.

Some were taken by Tom Usher (donated by Irene Usher), others are of unknown provenance: probably taken by Town staff.

Town of Deseronto

Pitman family records

  • Fonds
  • 1932-1963

The fonds consists of two books plus banking records and statements, invoices, a postcard, phone bills and two flyers. Book 1 is an account ledger with name index spanning from 1932-1940. Book 2 is a notebook from 19 March 1940- 18 Sept. 1944. Other records include a statement from Sept. 21, 1936 plus 10 pages from an accounts ledger, no date, possibly recording household goods sold from the Pitman's store; two Canadian Bank of Commerce vinyl folders; seven "Long Distance Service" phone bill statements; two receipts; four loose pages from a petty accounts book; two envelopes; card from "Tuck" to Mrs. J. Churchill, no date; two flyers, one from "Charlinore Kennels" and one from "Director of Annuities".

Pitman (family)

Poems about Deseronto, Ontario

  • CA ON00156 DA 2015.30
  • File
  • c.1960

Photocopies of two poems about Deseronto: ‘Deseronto Causeway’ and ‘Winter Night in Deseronto’ by Douglas Alkenbrack.

Alkenbrack, A. Douglas

Ponton family records

  • CA ON00156 Fonds 10
  • Fonds
  • 1809-1965

The fonds consists of 10 boxes of textual and graphic material about the Hutton-Ponton family. The fonds is organized chronologically by the following categories: Military and Civilian. The fonds consists of the following categories:
Boxes 1-3 files 1-26 (1879-1916 15th Battalion Argyll Light Infantry- correspondence: telegrams, financial/inspection reports, inventory lists, medal applications, order books, sergeant's mess meeting minutes, service rolls and how the infantry was named)
Boxes 3-5 files 27-46 (1896-1903 Belleville Rifle Range, 1896-1900 Bicycle Corps, 1900 Canadian Patriotic Fund, Deseronto Militia Company, Militia Headquarters-Ottawa: 1895-1906 discharge and pension documents, 49th Hastings Rifles Battalion order book, 1879-1917 infantry tests and military schools: applications, notebook of notes about Toronto School of Musketry, invitations to various events, letters, documents, militia orders and newspaper articles)
Box 5 files 46-53 (empty envelopes, documents about Queen Victoria's Jubilee, The Red Cross: booklet, The School for the Deaf: letters, the South African War: letters, applications and militia orders, World War 1 and "Wrinkles": letters and wall posters, pamphlets and newspaper clippings)
Box 6 files 54-64 (family papers: certificates, letters, notebook, family history:Hutton/Putton house, wills, estate matters and journal/travel/address book)
Boxes 6-7 files 65-76 (family accounts from 1869-1903)
Box 7 files 77-90A (Belleville Industrial Committee: minutes from meetings, letters, newspaper clippings and various documents about opening different factories in Belleville)
Boxes 7-8 files 91-101-2 (Land and Estate Papers: grants, deeds of land and mortgages and sale of part of a cricket field)
Box 9 files 102-106 (Legal papers: daily journal and legal documents)
Boxes 9-10 files 107-112-4 (Programs and invitations to various programs and events)
Box 10 files 113-117-2 (misc correspondence and newspaper clippings: letters, certificate, and notes)
Box 10 files 118-127 (misc business and other items: reports, letterheads, advertisements, postcards and brochures)
3 red books (The Quarterly Militia List:1897-1900)
small reddish brown book (Infantry Drill by Authority-1889)
2nd larger reddish brown book (Field Artillery Training-1914)
greyish book (The Militia Lists-1886)

Ponton (family)

Post Folder Greetings from Belleville

  • CA ON00156 2012-15
  • Item
  • c.1910

Souvenir folder containing 20 folded images of John Valentine postcards showing scenes in Belleville, Ontario.

Postcard of Hastings County Museum

  • CA ON00156 2019-079
  • Item
  • c.1965

Postcard promoting the Hastings County Museum when it was housed in the former Registry Office building on Church Street in Belleville. The postcard has a sketch of the museum on the front and "One of Ontario's finest small museums" on the back.

Hastings County Historical Society

Postcards

  • CA ON00156 2013-19/1
  • File
  • c.1940

Postcards of the Administration Building at R.C.A.F. Trenton and of the London Lunch restaurant at 174 Front Street, Belleville, Ontario.

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