Three young people in uniform, with '1898' inked onto image. Woman standing on left is unidentified, man in centre, seated, is named Fred McKee, woman standing on right is named Emily Grace Kennedy. On back of photograph is written "Mrs Fred McK[torn], Girl of Great Courage, Stirling, Ont."
Printed souvenir of the Grand Chapter of Ontario Order of the Eastern Star Twelfth Annual Session, held in Belleville, Ontario on June 21, 22 and 23, 1927. Includes photographs of Belleville City officials, Order of the Eastern Star members, and Belleville buildings.
Photo-postcard of a group of 25 men in uniform, taken by A. Nash, 39 Surrey Street, Brighton, Ontario. A note on the back identifies Raymond Chambers in the back row, second from right and Bill Fitchett in the second row from the top, second from right. Raymond Hunter Chambers of Stirling was drafted into the Canadian Expeditionary Force on October 13th, 1917 and William James Fitchett of Tweed was drafted on October 16th, 1917.
Man standing inside a drug store, with display counters on the right of the photograph and a phonograph to the left. The walls are lined with shelves and advertisements. A note on the back reads "Jack Butler (John Gay Butler) in drug store, 1926". "F. B. Butler, 331 Victoria Ave. Belleville, Ont." is stamped on the back three times.
Photographs taken from the roof of the Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School in September 1997. They show the Hastings County offices on Church Street, Patterson Street and St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Belleville, Ontario.