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Milk and dairy

Lantern slides used for teaching agriculture at Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, Belleville, Ontario, in the 1920s.

These slides were distributed by Scott & Van Altena of 6 East 39th St., New York, for the Educational Department of the De Laval Separator Company.

De Laval Separator Company

Gordon bridge plaque

Plaque reads:
"GORDON BRIDGE
BUILT BY COUNTY OF
HASTINGS A.D. 1918
THOMAS MONTGOMERY
WARDEN
J.H. CLARE REEVE
J. L. NEWTON DEPUTY
JAS. [JAMES] A. MOORE CHAIRMAN
FRASER AYLSWORTH
C.E. & O.L.S. ENGINEER"

Queensborough bridge plaque

Plaque reads:
"QUEENSBORO
BRIDGE
W.J. HACKER ENGINEER
W.E. WIGGINS SUPT.
JAS. A. MOORE REEVE
J. CRONKRIGHT FOREMAN
ERECTED 1927
BY THE
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS OF ONTARIO"

Red Bridge plaque

Plaque reads:
"RED BRIDGE
BUILT BY COUNTY OF HASTINGS
A.D. 1913
JAMES MOORE. REEVE
JUDSON A. GUNTER. CHAIRMAN
LUCIUS E. ALLEN. C.E. ENGINEER"

A motion in the minute of Hastings County Council (CH/1/10, p.414) of 1 February 1913 reads "That the Red Bridge over Black Creek in Elzevir be included in the list of Bridges recommended to be built this year, in the report of the Superintendent and Chairman of Roads & Bridges."

John Fairbairn Anderson negatives

  • CA ON00156 JFA
  • Fonds
  • 1903-1918

Negatives of photographs taken by John Fairbairn Anderson. They include images of dams, electricity generating plants, the Beal family cottage on Stoney Lake and photographs of places Anderson visited, including Orillia, Los Angeles, Peterborough, Young's Point, Sulphide, Port Hope, Muskegon (Michigan), Chicago and Trenton (Ontario).

Many of the negatives are associated with an index card, on which Anderson wrote the number of the negative, the subject of the photograph and the date it was taken. There were also a number of negatives with no associated card.

Anderson, John Fairbairn

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