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Portrait of an unidentified woman.
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Portrait of an unidentified woman.
Photograph of a young woman with inscription reading "Dear Mother With best Love Lettie, Aug 12th 1903". The woman is possibly Lettie Howard (born Lettie Young: 1874-1961). Lettie Howard is the only person in Deseronto in the 1901 census with that first name. She married Robert Howard in Belleville on 10 April 1894.
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.
Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire
Two photo-postcards, one of "Mrs. Foster & daughter" and one of "Mrs G. Perry, 6 Moira St. E. Belleville".
Minute books (with some accounting information) for the Kitchener's Red Cross Society, 1917-1919; Scott's Women's Institute, 1919-1924; and Scott's Church Ladies Aid, 1924-1933.
Kitchener's Red Cross Society
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.
Florrie Sexsmith earned $1.00 per week by writing a column for the Deseronto Post newspaper. They include advice, history lessons, decorating tips, travelogues and recipes.
Programme of events and list of officers for the Roslin branch of the East Hastings Women's Institutes.
Roslin Women's Institute
Six black and white photographs of operations inside the Graham Food Products plant in Belleville, Ontario, taken by Rapid, Grip and Batten. Includes an image of Roy Lucas, manager.
Rapid, Grip and Batten
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.
Chatterton Women's Institute
Harrison, Hannah Mary
Minute book of the Monteagle Women's Institute.
Monteagle Women's Institute
Tweedsmuir book containing news clippings, photographs, programmes, and notes on the history of the Bay of Quinte Women's Institute, compiled by Kathy Mastin.
Bay of Quinte Women's Institute
Scrapbook of photographs, ephemera and newspaper clippings relating to Jean Lennox's membership of a Beta Sigma Phi sorority chapter in Belleville, Ontario.
Tickell, Lizzie Josephine
Minute books for River Valley Women's Institute: 1910-1914; 1914-1917; 1917-1919; 1919-1921; 1921-1923; 1925-1927; 1927-1930; 1930-1935; 1935-1937; 1937-1939; 1939-1944; 1944-1949; 1949-1953; 1953-1957; 1957-1960; 1960-1962; 1962-1965; 1965-1968; 1968-1971; 1971-1973; 1974-1977; 1977-1980
River Valley Women's Institute
1) Publications, 1894-1979:
Carter’s Ink Company dictionary, c.1894
Reproduction of December 1900 Bell Telephone Directory for Belleville
‘The Original Egypt Dream Book’, 1924
History of Stone Church, Sidney Township, 1930
Belleville Centennial ‘What’s Happening’, July-August 1978
Belleville Centennial map and flyer, 1978
Cannifton-Corbyville Public School 70th anniversary booklet, c.1979
2) Two class diaries from Cedar Grove School in Cannifton, Ontario, 1907-1911
3) BHS/BCIVS Elevators, 1913-1947:
Program for official opening of Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, 12 December 1928
4) Autograph books: Myrtle Archibald, 1915 and Clare Twiddy, 1935
5) 10 volumes of Avondale Neighbors Aid minutes compiled by Margaret Twiddy, with a newspaper clipping about the group’s activities, 1937-1970
6) File of postcards, 1913-c1920; In Memoriam cards for Wellington R. Fairman, 1917 and Mrs W. R. Fairman, 1928; leaflet about Belleville Aqua Vitae, 1939
7) Odd Fellows certificate for Alfred Francis, 1958
8) Canada Civil Defence publications, 1958-1960
Booklet: ‘Civil Defence Notebook’, 1958
Flyer: ‘Civil Defence and Your Life’,1958
Flyer: ‘Your Emergency Pack’, 1959
Typescript pages: Belleville Civil Defence Routine Orders No. 2, 15 August 1959
Flyer: ‘Who is Responsible for Civil Defence’, c.1959
Identification card for Clare H. Twiddy, Civil Defence Warden in Belleville, 1959
Booklet: ‘Your Basement Fallout Shelter’, Blueprint for Survival No. 1, 1960
Booklet: ‘Fallout on the Farm’, Blueprint for Survival No. 3, 1961
Booklet: ‘11 Steps to Survival Emergency Measures Organization’ Blueprint for Survival No. 4, 1961
Booklet: ‘Home Safe Home’ by Lakeland Natural Gas Limited, c.1960
9) Plan of lots for sale on Skootamatta Lake, Anglesea Township, Ontario, with prices (not dated, c.1960)
10) Genealogy of the Twiddy family, c.1980
11) File of photographs and company publications relating to Clare Twiddy’s retirement from Northern Telecom, 1985
12) Family snapshots and photograph albums, with Twiddy, Alcombrack and Archibald families represented.
Twiddy, Clare Harvard
Records of Wallbridge Women's Institute, including minutes, accounts, and Tweedsmuir history.
Wallbridge Women's Institute
Documentary video by Gerry Fraiberg and Gilaine Mitchell about the work of the Three Oaks Foundation in Belleville, Ontario and its shelter for women and children who were victims of domestic violence. Music by Michael Tarry McDermott.
Records of Hastings West District Women's Institutes, including minutes, Tweedsmuir histories and 1986 Plowing Match materials.
Hastings West District Women's Institutes