Three digital photographs of the Belle (347 Front Street) and Capitol (149 Front Street) Theatres in Belleville, Ontario. Films showing are : 'Zorro Rides Again', 'Angels with Dirty Faces' and 'War and Peace'.
Contains four recipe books including: 'Quinte Cuisine' by the Canadian Federation of Univeristy Women Belleville and District (2005), 'Chefs of the City' by the City of Belleville Staff (1999), 'Our Best to You' by the residents of Quinte Living Centre (1982), and 'Recipes from the Hearts of Canadians' compiled by Volunteers and Information Quinte (2000).
Collection of tourism brochures and promotional leaflets for the Bay of Quinte, Belleville and Hastings County areas in Ontario. Publications include:
Belleville at a Glance
Belleville Chamber of Commerce Directories, 1997-2000
Discover - Land o'Lakes Region
Prince Edward County
Quinte Arts Council Directories
Quinte Information Guide
Quinte Life magazine
What's Happening magazine
Quinte International Airshow, 1992
Two notebooks relating to teacher-training, compiled by Mabel Anna Fleming, c. 1912, including two sheets of "teacher's prayers".
Three photographs of:
Four men and three horses harvesting wheat on the fourth concession of Sidney township "Wheat won an award", c. 1910
A man and several horses with timber "John Williamson (owner) at mill Stockdale", c. 1920 *A man on a path with boys in the background "R. B. Shaw, 1930" "Bobby Shaw Millbrook, Ont. High School Teacher in Frankford for 3 years", 1930
"Mathison's Life Diary", photographs, documents and press clippings relating to Robert Wallace, director of the Marchmont Home in Belleville for 31 years. Includes photographs of members of the Wallace family, of the Marchmont Home in Belleville. The 'life diary' records key moments of Wallace's life in a summary form. The documents include an obituary of Wallace written by the Council of the China Inland Mission.
Scrapbook compiled by Alice Deacon of 107 Station Street, Belleville, 1914-1919, including newspaper cuttings about Belleville servicemen, theatre programmes and flyers, postcards. The book used to paste the clippings into was Richardson's New Method for the Piano-Forte. The collection also includes 'The Canadian Forces in the Great War' by Colonel A. Foretescue Duguid, 1947, stamped 'Belleville Poppy Committee' on the front cover, 14pp.
Reproduction photographs showing:
Front Street, Belleville, Ontario, looking north from south of City Hall, with streetcar, 1910
Four photographs of Livesey's Meat Market, with members of the Livesey family *Interior of a grocery store on Front Street With a page of notes by Wendy Stevens on the history of the photographs. The store was at the corner of Bridge and Everett Streets in Belleville.
Digital photographs of pages of a scrapbook containing circulars about individuals suspected of crimes or escaped convicts, submitted by police departments across North America to the Toronto Police Service.
Copies of photographs and log book entries relating to Flight Officer George McCallum Sheppard's time at the No. 1 Instrument Flying School in Tyendinaga. Includes:
photographs of his Airspeed Oxford 427 after a crash on August 3rd, 1943
an unofficial coat of arms for B Flight 'Men of Mohawk' S.B.A at No. 1 Instrument Flying School, Tyendinaga, listing its staff: J. A. 'Jack' Coulter, J. E. 'Johnnie' Millard, R. W. 'Ralph' Snider, D. K. 'Mac' McColl, L. G. 'Lloyd' Polden, W. E. 'Mac' McKinney, J. H. 'Joe' Wiley, R. A. 'Bob' Harris, D. H. 'Sammy' Wood-Samman, J. H. 'Jimmy' Clarke, W. F. 'Bill' Veitch, W. H. 'Bill' Durnin AFC, P. M. 'Pete' Bickett, E. E. 'Hake' Hacon, A. A. 'Art' Egan, G. J. 'Fin' Finlay, G. M. 'Shep' Sheppard, W. J. 'Bill' Morrison
a copy of artist Helene Girard's painting illustrating Sheppard's flight of Airspeed Oxford 3800 underneath the bridge at Gananoque on August 29th, 1944
45rpm vinyl record with 'Centennial Polka' on one side, music arranged and conducted by Ben McPeek, soloist Billy Van, lyrics R. Sutton, music A. Ticknovich, sound P. Sheridan and 'Fêtons, Fêtons, Fêtons' on the other, music arranged and conducted by Ben McPeek, soloist Jacques Michel, lyrics G. Brown and J. Michel, music A. Ticknovich, sound P. Sheridan . A Steinberg Centennial project, with proceeds from the sale of the single going to the Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada
'Belleville General Hospital Rehabilitation Week, Nov. 20-25, 1973', program of events, history of Belleville General Hospital and the Women's Auxiliary, photographs of the hospital in 1973
'Hastings County 4-H Awards Night, Centre Hastings Secondary School, Madoc, Ontario, Friday Nov. 30, 1973', program and lists of award winners