Fonds consist of 3 Tweedsmuir scrapbooks compiled by the Cannifton Corbyville Women's Institute. Also included are 2 minute books and 1 binder of president's notes. Books contain newsclippings, photographs, minutes, brochures, expenditures, handwritten notes, poems, maps and reports of local history and the Cannifton Corbyville Women's Institute. Subjects covered within the scrapbooks are programmes, banquets and miscellaneous events.
Photograph taken at John and Leatha Homan's farm on Harmony Road in Corbyville, Hastings County, Ontario. It shows Mike Stanko, a displaced person from Poland who came to Canada after the Second World War, and the Homan's son, Clare, next to a car.
Comprising: 1) 'General Record of Registered Letters' mailed at, received for delivery, or forwarded through the Corbyville Post Office from 1 January to 27 September 1916. Records origin of letter, date received, address of letter, number of letter, name of office to which forwarded and date of delivery or dispatch. 2) Post Office record of money orders issued, December 1919 to March 1920 3) Samples of various Post Office receipts, acknowledgements and order forms, 1920
Four printed honour rolls listing World War Two veterans from the following institutions and companies: 1) Belleville Collegiate and Vocational School: c.1,100 names 2) Canadian Industrial Alcohol Company [Corby's Distillery, Corbyville]: 23 names and 19 photographs 3) College Street School [Trenton]: c.340 names 4) Corbin Lock Company [Belleville]: 71 names
Marriage certificate of Richard White and Alma Beer, married in Corbyville, Ontario on 25 December 1901 (fragile). With family tree showing the ancestors of William Ross White (grandson of Richard White and Alma Beer).
Promotional materials relating to Corby's Distillery in Corbyville, Ontario, collected by William Dack: 1) "A Proud Canadian" sticker 2) Postcard of a boy fishing in the Moira river next to the distillery buildings at Corbyville 3) Card advertising tours of the J.P. Wiser Distillery at Corbyville 4) Six notecards with pen and ink drawings of buildings at the distillery site in Corbyville by Poul Thrane
Eight small digital images. These are 3 photos of Gerald Pope's store in Corbyville, Ontario, during the 1950s, the section gang working on the tracks in 1954, a photo of Main Street, Trenton, Ontario, and the Pope farm in Victoria Church, in Prince Edward County.