Letters found in the Cronk house. 1) Feb 1881 draft letter to Willliam Aull from his sister, Sarah Jane Cronk (wife of Reuben) 2 & 3) Two letters from E.G. Webb, postmaster of Elkland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania to Reuben Cronk, Chief of Police in Deseronto, re a fugitive staying in the town. 28 Jan and 21 Feb 1882 4) Nov 1882 letter to Reuben Cronk from J. N. Emerson complaining about boys interrupting rehearsals at the school in Deseronto
File contains a by-law handbok on Regulating the Election...” with by-laws passed c.1911, a Hacks and Liveries by-law handbook, and to notices addressing the citizens on by-laws to possibly pass – one about industrial zoning, and the other about raising funds.
File contains a Watson E. Coleman boklet on patents; c.1870 letter to Mr.Ponton re telegraph, Dougall & Faulkiner “Barrister Memorendum” c.1870-80; “Northrop, Ponton & Ponton” c.1920 letter to Col.Ponton letter re Meraw-Rathbun case; Wm. Carnew Barrister letter head; c.1897 letter to Col.Ponton; B.C.Dunan Crown Attorney letter re Vancott & Flint estate c.1930; John J.B.Flint Barrister letter re payment for services rendered c.1922; Robert R. Macauly letterhead and letter re Martin vs. Cain c.1925; William Carnew letter re Johnston vs. Bonter c.1922; Lt. Col. Ponton letterhead, c.1896 bil for for Lt.Col. Ponton; c.1891 letter from E.Gun Pouts(?); miscellaneous letters and documents from early Belleville barristers; and the following newspaper clips: c.1962 clip on Mr.A.Bernard being honoured, c.1959 ad for Arnett & Bateman barristers, Robert Pringle named bencher of Law Society c.1959, petitions by secretaries for five day work week, and other miscellaneous newspaper clips on Belleville barristers and legal activities.