Collection comprises: 1) Typewritten history of the Argyll Chapter, IODE, printed in 1980 for the organization's 70th anniversary 2) Menu and program for 90th anniversary dinner held on 10 November 2000 3) Undated newspaper clipping on plans for a military ball on 19 November 4) Printed history of the Argyll Chapter, updating the 1980 edition to mark the closure of the group in 2000
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.
Fonds consist of three Tweedsmuir scrapbooks compiled by the Carmel Women's Institute and nine volumes of minute books.
The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, photographs, and reports of local history and the Carmel Women's Institute. Subjects covered within the scrapbooks are World War II, excursions of the group, local businesses and news about the community.
The minute books cover the years 1949-2001 and include accounting information for the Institute. Some have lists of meetings, attendance registers and lists of members.
Founding charter of the Argyll Chapter (number 159) of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of Empire, granted by the National Chapter of Canada to founding members Mary G. Ponton, Zetta S. March, Bertha H. Vermilyea, Amy I. McFee, Helen G. Wallbridge, Edith R. Hyman, Helena G. Vermilyea, Amy R. Wallbridge, Mary Lee, Mary S. Orr, Flora M. Brown.
Minute books for 1917-1918; 1918-1919; 1919-1920; 1926-1928; 1928-1930; 1937-1938; 1939-1944; 1945-1948. Microfilm of minute books 1926-1967.
Tweedsmuir history of the Chatterton Women's Institute, compiled by Nora Prest between 1955 and 1967. Includes photographs, maps, and news clippings relating to the Halloway area of Sidney township, Hastings County, Ontario. Master negative of microfilm of Tweedsmuir histories.
The photographs are arranged by subject matter and cover activities in and around the town of Deseronto, Ontario. The majority date from the late nineteenth century and many depict the lumber-related industries of the Rathbun Company in Deseronto. There are also photographs of school groups, churches, railways, First World War airfields and portraits of Deseronto citizens.
Collection comprises: 1) Copy of printed notes on the history of the Girl Guide movement in Belleville, c.1963 2) Photocopies of newspaper obituaries and articles about Nan Branscombe, 1971 (and undated) 3) Typed and handwritten notes on Annie E. 'Nan' (Paterson) Branscombe, 1881-1971, founder of the Guides in Belleville, written by Charlotte Kuntze, 2001
Transcript of 1885 diary of Mary Eliza Rose (1863-1941) of Ameliasburgh, Prince Edward County, Ontario, with scanned copies of photographs of members of the Rose family and their hotel on Rednersville Road.