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Printed card of painting by Eve Lucy for Keep BCI in the Picture campaign

  • CA ON00156 2020-046
  • 1997

Printed card produced by BCIVS 2000 campaign with a reproduction of an artwork called "East Side, West Side" by Eve Lucy, which was donated to BCIVS 2000 by Annetta Green. The card has been annotated with the names of the Belleville buildings featured in the painting:

  1. City Hall
  2. Jamieson Bone Building
  3. Bridge St. United Church
  4. St. Thomas Anglican Church
  5. Glamore (museum)
  6. Dr. Stock's House
  7. Jamieson Bone House
  8. Doug Boyle's House
  9. B.C.I.V.S.
  10. Old County Court House
  11. Tabernacle United Church
  12. St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church
  13. Albert College
  14. Women's Christian Home
  15. The Buckley Home
  16. Billa Flint Home
  17. Leona Riggs Home
  18. Water Tower

BCIVS 2000

John Doran collection of photographs

  • CA ON00156 2016-22
  • Collection
  • 1950s

These images of Belleville, Ontario locations were used for teaching at the Ontario School for the Deaf (now the Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf), probably in the 1950s. The images depict:

  • Armouries
  • Government Dock
  • Deacon Brothers shirt factory
  • Victoria Park and harbour
  • Tabernacle United Church
  • Belleville Public Works building
  • Belleville City Hall and Council Chamber
  • Hastings County Shire Hall and Council Chamber
  • Belleville Police Station
  • St. Thomas Anglican Church
  • Belleville Pump House
  • Registry Office
  • Victoria Avenue Baptist Church

The collection also includes a colour print of 'Keep BCI in the Picture' a reproduction of 'East Side, West Side' by Eve Lucy, printed by Market High as part of the campaign BCIVS 2000, committed to keeping the Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School building as part of the Belleville landscape.

Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf

First World War photographs

  • CA ON00156 2012-14
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1919

Photographs of military personnel, taken during the First World War. Some are signed 'R.G.S.', including a photograph of the Halifax Explosion. The collection also includes a set of Ottawa street scenes.

Individuals identified in the photographs include: Jim Parm, Petty Officer Pace, Ted Lazier, Ted Wallbridge, Keith Petepiece, Reg Stevens [probably Reginald Garnet Stevens, 1896-1971, the R.G.S. who took the photographs], P. Domville, Colonel W. J. McEllinny.

Ottawa street scenes depict: Parliament Hill, Lovers Walk, Government House, Chateau Laurier, the Eastern Departmental Block, Interprovincial Bridge, City Hall Square, the Rideau Canal locks.

Philip Etter records

  • CA ON00156 2012-12
  • Fonds
  • 1935-2012

Photographs from World War Two, Philip Etter's identification cards, literature on the navy and military, correspondence with the Canadian Merchant Navy Veterans Association, newspaper articles, newspapers from World War Two, House of Commons releases, the journal "The Red Duster".

Etter, Philip Herbert

Digital copies of photographs of Roy Bonisteel

  • 2013-48
  • Series
  • 2003-2005

Photographs of Roy Bonisteel at Hastings County Historical Society events and beside the Moira River in Belleville with Doug Knutson.

Knutson, Doug

Digital photographs of the Hotel Quinte

  • CA ON00156 2013-46
  • Series
  • 2011-2012

Digital photographs showing the Hotel Quinte in Belleville, Ontario, before and after the fire of 20 December 2012.

Pierce, Lindi

St. Thomas Cemetery burial transcriptions

  • CA ON00156 2016-27
  • Collection
  • 1990-1995

Photocopy of transcription of St. Thomas Anglican Churchyard burials between 1821 and 1874 (originally made by Gerry Boyce). Photocopy of Heather McKillop's article 'Recognizing Children's Graves in Nineteenth-Century Cemeteries: Excavations in St. Thomas Anglican Churchyard, Belleville, Ontario, Canada' from 'Historical Archaeology', 1995.

Boyce, Gerry

Draft for a Building By-Law for smaller municipalities in Ontario

  • CA ON00156 2020-043
  • File
  • 1952-1955

Printed Draft for a Building By-Law to be adapted for use by Smaller Municipalities in the Province of Ontario, published in December 1952, with a covering letter of 2 April 1953 addressed to Mr. M. G. Wright, Building Inspector of the Township of Thurlow. The draft by-law has annotations in pencil. Also a letter dated 11 March 1955 from the Ontario Department of Planning and Development about the National Building Code in reltaion to municipal building by-laws.

Government of Ontario

Photographs of Belleville floods and parade

  • CA ON00156 2020-042
  • Collection
  • 1936

Thirteen photographs of flooding in downtown Belleville in 1936 and four photographs of a parade passing along Front Street at Bridge Street in Belleville. The man and woman in the photographs have been identified by the donor as Winnifred Clark [the donor's mother] and her brother-in-law, Harold Thurgood. The child is likely to be one of Harold’s daughters, Barbara or Marilyn.

Thurgood, Harold

Bay of Quinte constituency newsletter

  • CA ON00156 2020-041
  • Item
  • Spring 2020

Constituency newsletter from the office of Neil Ellis, Member of Parliament for the Bay of Quinte riding in Ontario. The newsletter features news on the various Government of Canada supports and resources relating to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ellis, Neil

Correspondence of Myrtle Peck

  • CA ON00156 2020-033
  • Collection
  • 1909-1918

Letters given to the donor by the administrators of the estate of Myrtle Winnifred Peck of 267 Ann Street, Belleville (1894-1983).

  1. Letter from Reg of 94 Cedar Streetabout skating and church, 18 February 1908 (3 pages)
  2. Letter from Millie (Mildred Amelia Cobb, born Wilson, sister of Myrtle's mother, Mary Jane Wilson) of Okotoks about Christmas gifts, written between 24 January and 8 February 1909 (3 pages)
  3. Letter from Willard of East Angus, Quebec, 13 August 1916 (4 pages)
  4. Letter from Willard of 28 Wolfe Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, 23 June 1918 (4 pages)
  5. Letter from Willard of 28 Wolfe Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, 19 July 1918 (2 pages and envelope)
  6. Letter [from Willard] from Montreal, Quebec, 5 September 191[?] (1 card)
  7. Censored letter from Max [Maxwell] Drennan in France, in thanks for socks knitted by Myrtle, 10 October 1917 (2 pages and envelope)

Peck, Myrtle Winnifred

Program for plaque unveiling in Victoria Park, Belleville

  • CA ON00156 2020-039
  • Item
  • 1978

Flyer with program for the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the history of Belleville, Ontario on 1 July 1978. Front cover features a sketch by Lois Foster.

Hastings County Historical Society

Digital copy of a Deseronto Public School class photograph

  • CA ON00156 DA 2012.14
  • Item
  • c.1960

Scanned copy of class photograph [grade 2] of boys at Deseronto Public School, c.1960.

Children identified as:
Back row: Wayne Keech, Dennis Layfield, ?, Larry Boomhour, ?, Bobby Gilligan, Barry Brummell
Middle row: ?, Paul McTaggart, Andrew Grossett, Bob Sherman, Don Armitage jnr, Terry D. Rushie, Bobby Blewett
Front row: Clayton Brant, David Foster, Philip Berry, Butch (Marshall) Claus, Bob Brinklow, Arnie Marks, Marvin Brooks

Scan of a portrait on a fragment of silk

  • CA ON00156 DA 2012.12
  • Item
  • c.1850

Scan of a fragment of silk with a head-and-shoulders portrait of a Mohawk man. The item was found in a Portt family (of Tyendinaga) photograph album.

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