File contains newspaper clippings about the Scott House and McNab- Yeoman House in Belleville, a reference list, a 1 page description of Billa Flint House and the George Bleecker House, as well as a 1 page list of old homes in Belleville.
File contains 6 newspaper clippings about some of the oldest buildings in Belleville – mentioned was the Chisholm McDougall House, The Springer Burns house, the Court house, and walking tours of Belleville looking at old homes.
File contains the following newspaper clips on the Belleville police department c.1969: Belleville Police station officially open at old YMCA building, Hon. Roberts opens new police station, clip on Belleville police Chief Hugh MacKinnon, and other miscellaneous newspaper clips on the Belleville police station and department c.1969.
File contains a letter from Cambridge Leaseholds Limited regarding the name and logo of a shopping centre. There is also a history of the area and archaeological report to help determine the name and logo of the shopping centre.
File contains a 1961 newspaper clipping on the Belleville city council's approval of housing plan for seniors. File also contains a 1967 Intelligencer clipping of the opening of the Yeotes' Court Senior Citizen's Complex.
File contains c.1956 newspaper clips of photos of the post office staff hard at work, c. 1959 clip on mail authorized for delivery to annexed areas of Belleville, c.1961 clip on the new post office building construction and completion.