This collection represents materials originating or used by W.C. Mikel. The first folder contains three speeches delivered during his time as Police Magistrate and Mayor. The next series of folders contains references and sources for his volume The City of Belleville History. The second folder contains correspondence regarding the book. Folders three through ten contain the notes Mikel used for each chapter. Folder eleven contains the plans for “Quinte City" and documents from the Town Planning Institute among others. Folder twelve contains unattributed reference material and general research for the book. Folder thirteen contains Mikel's collection of material for the 1924 United Empire Loyalist celebration which was held during his first term as Mayor. Folder fourteen contains Mrs. Mikel's obituary, a letter from Mikel to the Bank of Montreal, and a letterhead from the period he served as Police Magistrate. Folder fifteen contains three copies of his book, Godlove Mikel. The sixtenth folder contains a variety of newspaper clippings.
Reports, minutes, correspondence, press clippings and property records relating to the activities of the Women's Christian Association in Belleville, Ontario and their work in establishing the Belleville General Hospital and Home for the Aged and in administering both The Residence, later renamed The Gables, and the Tickell House, homes for older women.
Vernon's directories, containing street-by-street listings of residents and alphabetical listings for the City of Belleville for the following years:
1909 (Held by Belleville Public Library)
1911 (Held by Belleville Public Library)
1913 (Held by Belleville Public Library)
1918 (Held by Glanmore National Historic Site)
1920 (Held by Glanmore National Historic Site)
1940 (Held by Glanmore National Historic Site)
1942 (Held by Glanmore National Historic Site)
1944 (Held by Glanmore National Historic Site)
Minute books for: 1931-1933; 1934-1937; 1937-1940 Scrapbook with photographs and brief biographies of men from Sidney Township, Hastings County, who had enlisted in the Second World War. The men included are: Francis Armstrong Harder Bonisteel John M. Burkitt Ward Stiles John Welbourne George Halsall Ray Sine James W. Murray Lawrence Trewley Dan McLaren Roy Seeley J. W. Bulman Grant L. Fox Keith C. Fox Charles Chard Leonard Chard Horace Chard Murray Chard Maxwell Chard
Records of Tyendinaga Township, including Council Minutes, 1847-2010, By-laws, 1850-1958; Assessment and Collectors Rolls, 1855-2015; Board of Health Minutes, 1923-1966; and Clerk-Treasurer's Records, 1919-2002.