Leaflets collected during the 2016 Hastings County Historical Society bus tour on the history of St. John the Baptist Anglican Church, Madoc, and a typed list of founders of the marble church in Bridgewater/Actinolite.
This collection consists of:
deeds and mortgages for a property in Tyendinaga Township on the north side of lot 6 in the first concession
Shredded Wheat cereal box cards (see http://rolandanderson.se/injun-uity_cards.php)
Imperial Oil Limited History of Canada portfolios
plate depicting Shannonville United Church *Hastings County Historical Society banner
Seven metres of annual reports (1891-1970); Geological Reports (GR 2 to GR 274, 1960-1990), Mineral Deposits Circulars (MRC 2 to MDC 34) and Miscellaneous Papers (MP 1 to MP 162, 1953-1993) produced by the Ontario Ministry of Mines and Natural Resources
Ontario. Ministry of Northern Development and Mines
Collection comprises photographs, negatives and reproductions made and collected by the Hastings County Historical Society between 1957 and 2010. The contents cover a wide range of subjects, mostly of locations and individuals in Belleville and other communities in Hastings County, Ontario.
Photographs and press clippings (mainly reproductions) relating to the Woodley family and their fur business in Belleville. The store on Front Street was established by George Thomas Woodley (1872-1948) in 1904 and closed between 1986 and 1992. George's son Russell, grandson Douglas and great-grandson Daniel ran the store. Photographs include:
George Thomas Woodley [c. 1940]
Isobel and Betty Woodley outside the Front Street store in period dress as part of Belleville's Centennial celebrations in 1979. Also includes Russell Woodley's diary of a 1919 YMCA canoe trip from Lakefield to Sturgeon Lake (and a photocopy of a transcript of the diary), with a flyer for the 1920 trip and a photocopy of photographs from Mrs Thompson, whom the group visited on their journey.
This collection comprises three main series: materials relating to the filming of 'Carry On Sergeant!' in 1927-1928; photographs of the film and used as research materials; and items relating to Harold Stinson's taxi company and service station in Trenton, Ontario.
"Mathison's Life Diary", photographs, documents and press clippings relating to Robert Wallace, director of the Marchmont Home in Belleville for 31 years. Includes photographs of members of the Wallace family, of the Marchmont Home in Belleville. The 'life diary' records key moments of Wallace's life in a summary form. The documents include an obituary of Wallace written by the Council of the China Inland Mission.
Deeds and mortgages for land in Thurlow Township, Ontario. The properties are 50 acres of the north half of lot 10 in the fourth concession and 11 acres of the west half of lot 10 in the fifth concession. The lands were owned by members of the Read/Reed and Thrasher families. Includes a reproduction of a parchment deed of 1811 of 100 acres of the north half of lot 10 in the fourth concession, transferred by Samuel Reed to John Thrasher.
Collection of tourism brochures and promotional leaflets for the Bay of Quinte, Belleville and Hastings County areas in Ontario. Publications include:
Belleville at a Glance
Belleville Chamber of Commerce Directories, 1997-2000
Discover - Land o'Lakes Region
Prince Edward County
Quinte Arts Council Directories
Quinte Information Guide
Quinte Life magazine
What's Happening magazine
Quinte International Airshow, 1992
Materials collected by Maureen Phillips and her mother, Phyllis Neal:
Ration card for Maureen Neal, 1940
Scrap book compiled by Phyllis Neal, including news clippings on the Dionne quintuplets and the royal family, correspondence relating to the death of her husband George Neal, who died while on active service in 1941 and news clippings relating to Mountain View, 1937-1963
Scrap book compiled by Phyllis Neal on Prince Edward County and Trenton history (including a story called 'Policemen are human too'), 1960-1963, 1988
Shopper's Market 50th anniversary souvenir edition on CFB Trenton