File contains a mimeographed typescript proposal entitled “Belleville Project for the Canadian Centennial : a proposal submitted by certain interested citizens.” The proposal contains a brief history of Faulkner House [Glanmore], architectural drawings and a proposed budget for restoration and subsequent operations.
File contains original documents relating to the early history of Belleville Mills, including a letter from Peter Ford to Walker's Foundry with sketches of a shaft and a paper machine, and newspaper clippings.
10 black and white photographs of buildings on John, North Front, Front and South Front Streets in Belleville, 1979-1980
51 photographs of churches and schoolhouses in various locations, 1979-2006, including: Victoria Avenue Baptist Church; Fuller Public School; Moneymore Anglican Church; Actinolite United Church; Actinolite school; St. John's United Church, Tweed; Madoc Anglican Church; St. Andrew's Church, Tweed; St. Paul's Anglican, Roslin; St. Edmunds Parish Hall; the Blue Church, Cooper; former church, Holloway Heights; Flinton Anglican Church; St. Matthew Anglican Church, Marlbank; Queensborough Anglican Church; Bonarlaw Anglican Church; Millbridge Church; Millbridge Public School; St. Carthagh's Catholic Church, Tweed; Potter Settlement School
66 colour photographs and three 35mm slides of various historic buildings in Hastings County, 1980-2006. These include the train station at Madoc; O'Hara Mill; houses in Belleville; properties in Springbrook and Moira. .
File contains a Rules and Regulations handbook for the Belleville Cemetery, 1873, and an 1899 By-Laws, Rules and Regulations handbook. Also rules and regulations from 9 April 2002 (donated by Gerry Boyce).