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Lewis Zandbergen collection
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Lewis Zandbergen collection

  • CA ON00156 2016-34
  • Collection
  • 1898-2007

Materials collected by Lewis Zandbergen, including many editions of the Stirling News Argus and Community Press newspapers, some Belleville school yearbooks, a collection of photographs and materials relating to the history of Stirling and to Stirling Public Library.

Zandbergen, Lewis

"Mrs Fred McKee"

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."

Group of First World War servicemen

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.

Jack Butler in Drug Store

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.

Group photograph

A woman, seated, surrounded by six standing men and two seated ones, all dressed in suits and ties. The men sitting either side of the woman are holding her hands.

Views from BCIVS

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.

Stirling Railway Station

Large crowd of people standing outside Stirling railway station in Ontario. A poster on the wall of the station is entitled 'Peace Year'.

File of photographs

Group of mostly unidentified photographs, many of them portraits of people. Those which have names are of: William Surtee, senior (picture taken by Burgess of Guelph) John Stewart (picture taken by S. J. Dixon, Toronto)
*Will Stirling, George, Yorke, Cassie jay, Susie Leavens, Louie Sunter, Annie Sunter, Albert Thompson and Willie Trout having a picnic at "Mountain lake, St. Vincent" (photo stamped "Morton & Raith")

Other photos were taken by H. K. Smith of Front Street, Belleville, W. J. Winter of Meaford, and Forrest & Lozo's of Front Street, Belleville.

The tintype is of a small child. One photographs shows five African-Canadian children standing in a road.

File of family photographs

Family photographs depicting people, dogs, scenery, cottage life. 38 photographs have annotations, indicating that they belonged to members of Charles Paterson's family. One of the older photographs identifies two elderly men as D. Butchart and A. Sunter. A photograph taken in the early 1940s shows Sharon Cook, aged about three. One taken in 1945 shows Bob Johnson on Stone Road, Coles Hill.

Collection of photographs of Stirling and area

Photographs, including:

  • the Presbyterian church and manse in Stirling, 1895
  • various photos (some are reproductions), some with names, of Stirling students, 1910-1954
  • Spencer farmhouse on the 4th concession of Rawdon Township, c.1930 and Verna Phillips' home on the 4th concession, 1947
  • 'Local farmers bus trip' group photo, c.1930
  • the Stirling scout troop of 1931
  • three photos of fences and farm buildings, 1963
  • photo of a church spire being replaced, c.1970
  • reproduction of a photo of Hoards station

Photos taken on the Golden Wedding of Abbie Ann and Stephen Badgely

Two photographs taken to mark the 50th wedding anniversary of Abigail Ann Barager and Stephen Badgley. The building in the background of the photographs is the Methodist church in Stirling, Ontario (now St. Paul's United Church). One photograph shows the couple sitting in a car with two other people, the other is a group photograph with around 70 others.

First World War postcards

Postcards including;

  • nine Daily Mirror 'Canadian Official' postcards showing scenes on the Western Front
  • two photographs of nurses called Ethel, one taken by Herington of Trenton

Herington, Clarence

Jennie Ripley Mitchell photograph album

Photograph album owned by Jennie Ripley Mitchell and annotated by her. Individuals identified:

  • Samuel Clark (Jennie's grandfather), aged 90
  • Rosilla Ripley (Jennie's mother)
  • Maude Davis
  • Susie Clark, Viola Read and Jennie Mitchell
  • Ivor Davis
  • Villona Davis
  • Jennie Ripley
  • Chesman Clark
  • Mary Wood
  • Frankie & Mamie Titus
  • Ida Mitchell Britton
  • Maria Clark

Photograph album

Photograph album with 36 unidentified nineteenth century portrait photographs, 19 of which are tintypes.

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