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Photocopy of photograph of Rev. Albert Loft Geen

  • CA ON00156 DA 2009.22
  • Item
  • c.1900

Scanned copy of photograph of Albert Loft Geen (1849-1941), who owned Geen's Drug Store in Belleville, Ontario, and was also an ordained minister who performed marriages for the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte.

Photograph album of James Robert Byron Ketcheson

  • CA ON00156 2019-108
  • Item
  • c.1914-1938

Album of family photographs compiled by James R. B. Ketcheson. Many of the people in the pictures are identified. Names listed include:

  • Grandad [James] Forbes
  • Grandad [James E.] Ketcheson
  • Isobell Ketcheson
  • Annie Ketcheson
  • Mother [Jessie Forbes]
  • Dad [Lee Albert Ketcheson]
  • Mabel Langley
  • Madge Howard
  • Eric Holmes
  • Jack "Chief" Kiop
  • Sam Pappas
  • Jack Grills
  • William McGee
  • C. Carter
  • May Lewis
  • Bertha "Bert" Perkin
  • Frank Howard
  • B.C.I. rugby team at Cobourg
  • Jim Harley at God's Lake, Manitoba
  • Chuck Norris
  • Alice Hart
  • Harry Mullett
  • Shorty English
  • Percy Hinch
  • Wally Walshe
  • Doug Wise at Ottawa
  • Allan "Dewy" Millard
  • Una "Punkie" Millard
  • Agnes Millard
  • Len Millard
  • Irene Crabtree
  • Ed Holmes
  • Nat Holmes
  • Mabel Duncan
  • Betty Hendricks
  • Cliff Howie
  • Ken & Larry Crabtree

Places pictured include:

  • Lower Bridge [official opening of concrete bridge in 1929]
  • Old Home Week headquarters at Four Corners on Front Street
  • Family dogs Major and Luckie
  • Outlet Beach at Sandbanks
  • Sailboat passing through Bay Bridge
  • "Alaska" sailboat in Belleville Harbour
  • Rideau Ferry
  • Crowe River
  • Fort Henry, Kingston
  • Murray Canal, Trenton

Ketcheson, James Robert Byron

Photograph album of Scott and Pine family members

  • CA ON00156 2011-47
  • Item
  • 1891

Photograph album "Presented to Mrs Elias Pine by her affectionate niece Miss Elida Pine of Chicago June 26th 1891".

The album held photographs of:
1) Abel Wesley Scott, his wife Mary Walpoyes Scott and their children, Nina and Fred, taken by H. McNeill of Fredonia, New York
2) Gilbert Abbott, taken by W. W. Higgins of Trenton, Ontario
3) May Scott (daughter of Abel Wesley Scott), taken by Krauss and Ebersole of Lima, Ohio
4) Mr and Mrs Walpoyes, brother of Mary Walpoyes Scott, taken by J. J. Hover of Lima, Ohio
5) Sylvester Pine junior taken by Robert McCormick of Belleville, Ontario
6) Eliza and Arvilla Ashby, daughters of Hannah Scott Ashby
7) Alice Ashby, second daugther of Hanna Scott Ashby and Thomas Ashby, taken by Harrison Putney of King Street, Oshawa, Ontario
8) Sylvester Pine and his wife Beatrice Swetman Pine
9) Wallace Scott (brother of Maturah Scott Pine) and his wife Jane Fitzgeralds Scott, taken by Bairstow of Warren, Pennsylvania
10) Two unidentified women, taken by Ahlborn of 335 West Madison Street, Chicago
11) Jane Day Morey, cousin of Maturah Scott Pine, taken by Brock & Co. of Trenton, Ontario
12) Abel Wesley Scott, brother of Maturah Scott Pine, taken by Stewart & co., 90 & 92 Federal Street, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
13) Mahala Swetman, born 11 May 1833, mother of Beatrice Pine
14) Nina Scott, eldest daughter of Abel Wesley Scott, taken by Hermans Art Gallery of Lima, Ohio
15) Minnie Ashby, eldest daugther of Hannah Scott Ashby, taken by W. F. Johnson of Picton, Ontario
16) Margaret Stainger, a Scottish friend of Etta Pine Humphrey, taken by Edsall at the West Side Gallery, 487 Eighth Avenue, New York
17) Eliza Purdy Scott, wife of Thomas Scott and mother of Maturah Scott Pine
18) Alveretta Scott Cryderman, youngest daughter of Thomas and Eliza Scott
19) Fred and Nina Scott, eldest children of Abel Wesley Scott and Mary Walpoyes Scott, taken by E. T. Bowdle of Lima, Ohio
20) Benjamin Frank Cryderman, husband of Alveretta Scott, taken by Tait & Arthur of Bowmanville, Ontario
21) Gid Anderson and sister, children of Betsy Gardiner Anderson, who was sister of Abigail Gardiner Pine (mother of Elias Pine)
22) Albert and Georgina Button "neighbours of Grandma Pine", taken by Wallace of Belleville, Ontario
23) Hannah Scott Asbhy, second daughter of Thomas and Eliza Scott [tintype]
24) Charlie Walpoyes, taken by Bairstow of Warren, Pennsylvania
25) Archie Green, husband of Ruth Scott Green, sister of Thomas Scott, before his wife's death [tintype]
26) Archie Green, husband of Ruth Scott Green, sister of Thomas Scott, after his wife's death, taken by W. S. Gamsby of Orono, Ontario
27) Mrs Jane Day Morey and her three children, George, Will, Martha
28) Photograph of a Scott baby taken by A. J. Stiles of Tidioute, Pennsylvania
29) Martha Purdy Day, sister of Eliza Purdy Scott, taken by Brown & Redick of Trenton, Ontario
30) C. S. Conger, taken by W. H. Dame of Picton, Ontario
31) Orilla Scott Phillips, daughter of Stephen Scott (brother of Thomas Scott), Abel Wesley Scott, brother of Maturah Scott Pine, Elva Scott Tucker, daughter of John Scott, wife of Milford Tucker [tintype]
32) Nina Scott, daughter of Abel Wesley Scott
33) Reuben Burlingham "a friend of mother's", taken by Mrs Amy James of Front Street, Belleville, Ontario
34) Dan Day, son of Martha Purdy Day
35) Martha Kelley Pine, wife of James Pine (eldest brother of Elias Pine) [tintype]
36) Mr Wall "a friend" [tintype of a man in military uniform]
37) Thomas Scott, father of Maturah Scott Pine [tintype]
38) Abel Wesley Scott, son of Thomas and Eliza Scott [tintype]
39) Washington Purdy Scott, eldest son of Thomas and Eliza Scott [tintype]
40-42) three small photographs of unidentified people
43) Hannah Scott Ashby, twin sister of Abel Wesley Scott, taken by Bonnycastle of Campbellford, Ontario
44) Murney Ferguson and wife, taken by Isaac of Upland, California

Photograph albums and loose photographs

  • CA ON00156 2015-01
  • Collection
  • c.1860-1920

Two leather-bound photograph albums, one with the name Matilda (Tillie) Anderson on a label on the front, and 83 loose photographs.

Matilda Anderson's album contains 110 photographs, most of which are identified. An inscription in the front of the volume reads "Matilda (Tillie) Anderson, 6 Forin St. Belleville Ontario Presented this day to Miss Grace R. Graham, Belleville, Ont. March 3rd 1938". This album also contains photocopies of 5 photographs and of a newspaper clipping,and a pasted-in typewritten document outlining Anderson family ancestry. Repairs have been with sticky tape, some of which is on the images, and a few photographs are loose. Most photographs are partially identified and names used include: Bruce, Hazel, John, William, Frank, Martha, Ridley, Howard and Alex Anderson; James Redner; Elizabeth and Mary Wallbridge; John and Phillip Roblin; Morley Day (possibly became a Belleville doctor); David Southard (of East Lake Shore); Seymour Emmons. There is a group of 8 portraits of clergymen, surnames include - Knight, Wilson, McCauley, Bell, Cook, Wright, Carr. One image is of a young woman (surname illegible) who attended Ontario Ladies' College at Whitby (a Methodist institution). There is a portrait of a little girl (Fanny Bowsfield) in winter clothing with a sleigh and snowshoes. Two images are of uniformed men: a William Anderson is noted as having fought the Fenian raids.

The other album contains 132 photographs, mostly unidentified. The few people with names attached are: Dwight L. Moody, Mrs P. P. Bliss, Mr P. P. Bliss, William Lewis Jackson 1868, Princess Louise. Most of the portraits were taken by Belleville photographers.

The loose photographs are generally studio portraits (mostly taken by local photographers) and are unidentified. The images range over several decades and several image types. Most images were created in photographers' studios although there are several "snaps". Photographs are present in several sizes and are mainly studio portraits of unknown persons. There is a stock printed image of Queen Victoria; what appears to be a clipping of a much-published photograph of Justice Thomas Chandler Halibuton, the author of the "Sam Slick" stories; a small image of Rev. T. Jeffers; an image of Herbert James Noxon (11 months); an image of John Elvin, son of Edward Elvin by the J.H. Ford studio of Belleville, Ontario. There are two tintypes; 40 images from Belleville, and district i.e., Trenton, Madoc, Deseronto, Picton; 6 from other parts of Canada; 5 from the United States, i.e., New Jersey, Amsterdam, N.Y., Cleveland, Ohio, San Francisco; 29 with no known origin. The images include: a nurse in an early 1900's uniform; a man and woman in a poultry yard; little girls with bowling balls [c 1901]; man beside a car with a 1927 Ontario licence plate; group portait of rural school pupils.

Anderson, Matilda 'Tillie'

Photograph of 'Lettie'

  • CA ON00156 DA 2009.17
  • Item
  • August 1903

Photograph of a young woman with inscription reading "Dear Mother With best Love Lettie, Aug 12th 1903". The woman is possibly Lettie Howard (born Lettie Young: 1874-1961). Lettie Howard is the only person in Deseronto in the 1901 census with that first name. She married Robert Howard in Belleville on 10 April 1894.

Fairbairn, James

Photograph of 66 Highland Avenue, Belleville

  • CA ON00156 2011-08
  • Item
  • c.1890

Photograph of house at 66 Highland Avenue, Belleville, Ontario, home of Norval Anson and Armintha Bonisteel and later of Walter and Esther (Bonisteel) Sharpe.

Photograph of Al Kelleher as Town Crier

  • CA ON00156 2018-073
  • Item
  • c.1985

Photograph of Al Kelleher in a parade on Front Street in Belleville, Ontario, dressed as a town crier. Scalliwag Toys at 215 Front Street is visible in the background.

Photograph of Belleville Business College baseball team

  • CA ON00156 2011-05
  • Item
  • 1913

Photograph of the members of the Belleville Business College baseball team of 1913.

Names listed are: A. S. Patterson, R.F., of Cobden, Ontario; H. Aslestine, Capt., Ist Base, of Belleville, Ontario; A. Jackson, C. F. of New York; George Ferguson, Pitcher, of Perth, Ontario; H. Thomas, L. F., of Belleville; M. McMillan, Treasurer, of Inverness, Quebec; E. D. O'Flynn, Secretary; F. E. O'Flynn, President; T. W. Wauchope, Principal; H. Toner, 3rd Base, of Portage du Fort, Quebec; N. D. Lynn, S.S. of of Portage du Fort, Quebec; G. McAllister, Manager, Catcher, of Brownsburg, Quebec; L. Phillips, 2nd Base, of Belleville.

Clarke, W. S.

Photograph of Belleville McFarlands

  • CA ON00156 2014-30
  • Item
  • 1959

Photograph of 14 team members of the Belleville McFarlands, taken in Prague, Czechoslovakia when the team won the World Hockey Championships. Taken by Foto ČSTV of Prague.

Photograph of Canniff/Foster home in Belleville, Ontario

  • CA ON00156 2018-112
  • Item
  • 1909

Digital copy of a photograph of the former Canniff/Foster home at the northwest corner of Dundas Street and Foster Avenue in Belleville, Ontario. Individuals in the photograph have been identified as Alfred Gillen, his wife, Theda May (Foster) Gillen, Sarah Jane Vrooman (wife of Daniel Foster), Barbara Gillen (later Wood), James Frith Jeffers and his wife, Faustina (born Foster, then Turner).

McCormick, Robert

Photograph of Commercial Department, Belleville Business College

  • CA ON00156 2016-91
  • Item
  • 1903

Photograph of the Commercial Department of Belleville Business College, Belleville, Ontario, 10 March 1903. Names on photograph: Fred Wannamaker, Hartsmere, Ont. H. A. Millar, Cardinal, Ont. George Cook, Belleville Frank Pillsworth, Belleville Blake Milligan, Melrose, Ont. A. D. McDonell, Greenfield, Ont. J. A. Toner, Port Ashford, Que. J. D. Johnson, Sydney, C.B. Alex. Hosie, Belleville Fred Ketcheson, Belleville Raymond Zufelt, Belleville J. A. Wilson, Belleville Thomas Fenlon, Stoco, Ont. Harold Sanders, Belleville E. Bourassa, St. Barthelemi, Que. Fred Denyes, Plainfield, Que. J. D. Hutchison, Lemesurier, Que. Aylmer Frederick, Campbellford, Ont. Ryerson Vandervoort, Trenton, Ont. J. F. Treverton, Belleville J. Mackewen, Foxboro, Ont. Laura Mouck, Tweed, Ont. Walter Goswell, Foxboro, Ont. Daisy McDonald, Belleville Harry Mackie, Belleville Dora McPherson, Bouck's Hills, Ont. Anson Lowry, Picton, Ont. May McDonald, Tyndal, Man. J. W. Sprague, Demorestville, Ont. Florence Ellis, Lindsay, Ont. J. D. Burnet, St. Timothee, Que. Blanche Banford, Hainesville, Ont. Angus F. Pringle, Belleville Harry Denton, Assistant A. M. McInnes, Teacher J. A. Tousaw, Teacher J. Frith Jeffers, M.A., Principal S. T. Thompson, Teacher Douglas Kirby, Assistant Maggie Troy, Belleville Carl Sills, Foxboro, Ont. Robert Bunnett, Plainfield, Ont. George A. Mathison, Havelock, Ont. Helen E. Moore, Belleville Bidwell Sharp, Belleville Fred Clark, Belleville Harry Richards, Wooler, Ont. John Dale, Madoc, Ont. Lizzie Farrell, Belleville George Denyes, Plainfield, Ont. J. M. Dodd, Elmside, Que. W. A. Grills, Chapman, Ont. Benson Wannamaker, Hartsmere, Que. Pearl Montague, Gananoque, Que. M. I. Corrigan, Winchester, Ont. James E. Palmer, Corbyville, Ont.
*Wakefield Ward, Foxboro, Ont.

Clarke, W. S.

Photograph of Estella Burkett as a baby

  • CA ON00156 2010-41
  • Item
  • 1914

A photograph of Estella Burkett as a baby, with photocopies of her degree certificates and an excerpt from her family story.

Photograph of Grade 13 class of Belleville High School

  • 2013-29
  • Item
  • 1915

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.

McCormick, Robert

Photograph of Income Tax Division staff at Belleville, Ontario

  • CA ON00156 2019-120
  • Item
  • 1945

Panoramic photograph of staff at the Income Tax Division office of the Department of National Revenue in Belleville, Ontario. There are six signatures on the back of the photograph for: Dorothy Reid, Noreen Callaghan, Jack Watson, Dot Studwick, Dorothy Wonnacott and Doris Aikins.

Photograph of John Bracken and George H. Stokes

  • CA ON00156 2017-74
  • Item
  • 22 June 1945

Photograph by T. V. Little of Ottawa showing John Bracken, Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party shaking the hand of George H. Stokes, Progressive Conservative MP for Hastings South at Mr. Bracken's farm near Ottawa. A note attached to the photograph states that both men's birthdays were June 22nd, which was also John Bracken's wedding anniversary.

Little, T. V.

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