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Depth of the Moira River for Channel Plan

A map showing, primarily, the depth of the Moira River within Belleville, Ontario. Together with a written report, it proposed a channel to the New Ferry Slip. Major streets and some lots are also labelled. By John D. Evans, P.L.S. on April 28, 1881 or 1887. Scale: 66 feet : 1". Note the interesting colouring at dimmed edges.

Donated by the Col W. N. Ponton Estate.

Evans, John Dunlop, P.L.S.

Map of City of Belleville and Principal Buildings

A map of Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario and its principal buildings. Produced c. 1878. Scale: 13 chains to an inch. Photocopied from Hastings County Directory at the Archives of Ontario (D-1).

Map of Belleville Harbour Flood Limits and Dredging

A map of the Bellleville Harbour, in July-August 1880, featuring harbour dredging, flood limits of 1879; Flint & Holton's saw mill; Mill Island; Grand Junction Railway. By E. de Bouchinville. Scale: 400ft : 1 inch (original).

de Bouchinville, E.

Belleville and Bay of Quinte depth chart

Reproduction made in 1976 of an 1875 map of the Belleville Harbour in Bay of Quinte. The map features major streets, buildings and depth readings of travelled waters. Surveyed by F. M. Hamel, C.E. Drawn by J. M. Faga. Scale: 1:6000.

Hamel, F. M., C.E.

Scanned copy of O'Hara Mill recipe book

  • CA ON00156 2023-040
  • Item
  • c.2006

Recipe book with pen-and-ink drawings by Sandi Warren Marrow. This copy includes photographs taken by Sandi which were used as the inspiration for her drawings.

Warren Marrow, Sandi

Smith family photographs

  • CA ON00156 2014-49
  • Fonds
  • 1872-2000

The fonds consists of 633 photographs, 23 negatives, letters, sympathy cards, business cards, newspaper clippings, genealogy and family history and a few business papers belonging to the Smith family, primarily Frank Smith of Madoc. The photographs found in this fonds mainly depict the area around Madoc, with some from Bancroft, Maynooth and other places in Hastings County. A large number of the photographs were taken on vacation or while travelling through Canada and the United States. The photographs were taken in Florida, Atlantic City, Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Healy Falls, Shaw Falls, Coppercliffe, Ottawa, Port Carling, Gaspe, Napanee, Madoc, Bancroft, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick.

The families primarily depicted in the photographs are the Smith family, McCaw family, Swayne family and Cassidy family. Many of the photographs have names and places written on the back of them. Other people mentioned on the photographs include: Jean Phillips Thompson, Mary Smith Barton, Aunt Vera, Muriel Smith, George Wright, Hugh Pepper, Frank Smith, Frank and Jane Packer Ingersoll, Elizabeth Baker, Martin Porter, Kay Seaton, Helen Whycock, Bessie Woods, Tom Ross, Jack and Ann Yonkers.

There are 3 letters from Henry and Eliza Smith between 1872 and 1874; a birth certificate for Frank Smith, news clippings on the Smith and McCaw families and events in Madoc. There are also family trees and other genealogical information connecting the Smith, McCaw and other families. Much of the information appears to have been gathered by Mary Elizabeth Barton (born Smith: lived from 1921 to 2017).

Smith (family)

Elzevir & Grimsthorpe History

File contains a written history of settlement and development of Elzevir and Grimsthorpe community, compiled in 1964 in response to a call for contributions to a history of Hastings County by the Hastings County Historical Society and the County of Hastings (Historic Hastings).

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