Three photographs, formerly in the possession of Thelma Joyce: 1) Students and staff of Deseronto High School, 1927-1928, taken by E. J. Powell of Hamilton [photograph has names on reverse] 2) Members of the United Empire Loyalist Pageant in Deseronto, 1929, taken by Marrison of Kingston 3) Students and staff of Napanee Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, 1930-1931, taken by E. J. Powell of Hamilton
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.
Photograph of staff and students of the Ontario Business College, including: Nellie-May Kent (second row, fifth from right); Mae Monica Foster (first row, eight from right); Marjorie Danford (second row, fourth from right) and Mavis Sills (second row, sixth from right). Teacher identified as Mr Motsler, Miss Grant, Mr Moor and Mr Henry.
Printed circular addressed to the teachers of Centre Hastings from A. W. McGuire, inspector of public schools. Dated at Tweed, Ontario, 10 March 1926.
Certificates from the polling station at Riggs School in Madoc Township, Hastings County, concerning the number of votes cast for George Jordan, Roscoe Robson and Ed Schievert in the Federal election of 7 June 1948.110 ballots were cast in total. Roscoe Robson was returned (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roscoe_Robson).