Contains mostly the Quinte Branch newsletter but also correspondence, minutes, reports and a number of walking tours of Belleville and Picton. Some of the minutes from meetings are also included as are some newspaper clippings associated with historic buildings of the region.
Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, Quinte Branch
Colour photographs of the Norris Whitney bridge under construction between Rossmore and Belleville, Ontario and aerial photographs of Belleville, Wellington, Picton, Tweed, Stirling and the open pit mine at Marmora. Photographs of aircraft, including a replica of the 'Spirit of St. Louis', which visited Belleville in 1977 or 1978.
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.
Materials collected by Maureen Phillips and her mother, Phyllis Neal:
Ration card for Maureen Neal, 1940
Scrap book compiled by Phyllis Neal, including news clippings on the Dionne quintuplets and the royal family, correspondence relating to the death of her husband George Neal, who died while on active service in 1941 and news clippings relating to Mountain View, 1937-1963
Scrap book compiled by Phyllis Neal on Prince Edward County and Trenton history (including a story called 'Policemen are human too'), 1960-1963, 1988
Shopper's Market 50th anniversary souvenir edition on CFB Trenton
Collection comprising: 1) 4 black and white photographs of Belleville floods taken by Loreta Fairman (donor's aunt), 1936 2) 5 colour photographs of Belleville floods taken by Leslie Best, 1981 3) 2 Ontario Department of Highways maps of Prince Edward County, 1928 and 1967
Nineteen photographs of the Norris Whitney bridge between Belleville and Rossmore, Ontario, under construction. Three were taken from the air when Ross Cummings was flying a Cessna 150 over the bridge.
'Tracing a United Empire Loyalist Family Story Rooted in the Quinte Area: Unfolding one branch of the Redner Tree'. Illustrated family history of the descendants of Johannes Ridenour (Redner), inhabitants of Prince Edward County and Belleville, Ontario.