Photographs showing closed-off aisles and displays of non-essential items in Walmart, Belleville, after the Ontario government's stay-at-home order which took effect on April 8th, 2021 in an effort to stem the rise in COVID-19 cases in the province.
The file contains three newspaper articles from the Intelligencer dated November 2004 from the "Remember When" writings of Benzie Sangma. The articles are about the Hotel Quinte, the Hastings House and the Doctors Hotel.
The file contains a newspaper article from The Community Press, Quinte Edition, dated 5 November 2004, titled "Cheese Factory fire lights up the night sky", about the fire that destroyed Harold Cheese Factory (1886-2004) in Rawdon Township.
The file contains a newspaper article from the Intelligencer, dated July 10, 2004 and titled "Remember When - Preparing students for a future in business", about the history of the Ontario Business College in Belleville.
The file contains a newspaper article from the Intelligencer, dated July 17, 2004 and titled "Remember When - Bygone era when corner stores dotted community", about the family owned Twiddy's Grocery store at 156 Moira Street West in Belleville. It was opened by Paul and Janet Twiddy in 1913 and was passed to their daughter Phyllis who married Alex Burley.
The file contains notes compiled by M.J. Throop; including notes on George A. Brown died 27 December 1893; George H. Brown died 1 April 1894; Brown's Foundry; G. and J. Manufacturing Co.; Lt. Col. James Brown, mayor of Belleville 1862-1863, head of the G. and J. Brown Agricultural Implements Manufacturing Company; Office Commanding 49th Battalion, Hastings Rifles.
This file contains an essay titled "Four Decades of Radio, Television and Electronics" written in June 1986 and gives a brief history of the Belleville based business Stewart-Warner Alemite. The essay was published as part of a supplement to the Intelligencer celebrating 65 years of the firm, where the authors are identified as F. C. Ethier and S. D. Hagerman.
This file contains a booklet wit the rules and regulations of the Cemetery (published 1992), along with a promotional leaflet, a copy of the program from the 125th anniversary celebration (June 1997) and a rate sheet from 1997.
The file contains a newspaper article written by Lewis Zandbergen on the book titled Hans Waltimeyer, written by Jane Bennett Goddard about John Walden Meyers. Also, included in the file are 2 advertising flyers for Madill's Garage, 334A Front Street, Belleville.
The file contains miscellaneous blank documents such as Bank of Montreal and CIBC withdrawal slip, I.O.O.F. forms, rules of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada Superannuation & Provident Fund Association.
The file contains copies of articles from the publication "Remember When", the first one is titled "The ghost of Knight came calling one afternoon", about the former Graham house located R.R. 2 Belleville built 1918 (currently the Montrose Inn). The second article is titled "In war and peace Deacon Bros. had something to suit everyone", about the Deacon Bros. factory on Dundas Street in Belleville. Included in the file is stationary from R. Bruce Graham, 367 Front Street, Belleville (Graham Food Products Limited).