File contains original and photocopied typescript notes prepared by Mrs. Alex McGibbon, L'Amable, concerning the history of the southern section of Dungannon Township and the settlement of Turriff, with additional notes by Mrs Herbert Hawkins on the history of Bronson Settlement, Dungannon Township, Hastings.
Scanned copies of negatives and one photograph taken by staff of the Ontario School for the Deaf (now Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf). They include photographs of children taking part in classes, sports and activities at the school. The photograph shows City Hall in Belleville, Ontario, decorated for the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in May 1939.
Scrapbook of information on schools in Tyendinaga Township, Ontario, including news clippings and photographs. Schools include S.S. #11 (Melrose); S.S. #9 (Emmon's Corners, Milltown); S.S. #4 (Shelter's); S.S. #14 (Blessington); St. Mary Catholic School, Read; Tyendinaga Public School
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
File contains newspaper articles about the Centennial events for the No. 7 Bethany public school in 1964; printed commemorative history of the school, written by George and Betty Beer; program for 'Sketches from School Days' event.
The file contains 2 original Canada Post Cards addressed to The Secretary, High School Board, Belleville, dated October 1882, informing the amount payable to the board, from J. George Hodgins, Deputy Minister of Education.
The file contains photocopies pertaining to George Moffatt James, founder in 1910 of The James Texts. It contains a list of short stories and sketches, a brief bio and biographical sketch, a poem written by Geo. M. James "Autumn Days", and a short story titled "Theft by Mail"
The file contains original copy of a course textbooklet; Courses for Service Personnel (Advanced Secondary Level) Senior Matriculation Physics Textbooklet No. 4, Copyright 1943, Canadian Legion Education Services, Ottawa, Ontario
The file contains an original copy of the handbook "Regulations and Programme for Religious Education in the Public Schools, 1949" from the Cannifton-Corbyville Public School, Thurlow Township School Area.