File contains a newspaper clip on owner of Uptown Billiards, Jimmy Yeotes, receiving a letter from Vice President of the U.S.A Spiro Agnew. Yeotes knew Agnew's family in his homeland of Greece. Published in The Intelligencer of 20 December 1968.
This fonds is composed of folders of records containing documents relating to the Ontario Business College:
correspondence including letters between: F.C.A. Johnson and E.H. Best; a Miss Nightingale and Michael J. Finnegan; and Miss Nightingale and Fred Jarrett
publications containing programs, pamphlets, and catalogues
items donated by Principal I. L. Moore such as a catalogue, an advertisement, a cheque to the school from the Farthey family from Johannesburg, South Africa from the Bank of Africa, and a scholarship granted to Adam Johnson
the college's rules and regulations, a legal document discussing the trial over the name of the Belleville Business College between that school and the Ontario Business College, and one invoice book from the Business Department
ephemera file containing three student records from Geoff Reeves, Maud Reeves, and Howard Frost respectively, as well as a coupon and a copy of the school song,
1) Marriage certificate of George Hunt and Margaret Bell, October 19th, 1865. 2) B.C.I. footballers: George Locke and Bob Taylor c. 1948. 3) Unidentified sportsman receives a trophy. 4) Buckley's Food Market on Victoria Avenue, c. 1950. 5) Notes on Belleville census records 1818-1959 and federal elections results 1867-1924. 6) Booze, Boats and Bullets Interviews with Cecil Lobb and Norm Conley, Kem McConnell and Ann Jones, circa 1990. 7) DVD Slideshow of images relating to Royal Flying Corps in Canada, circa 2009.
Research material on Joseph H. Dow. Includes: 83 page book on The Dow Chemical Company from 1983, 5 pages of correspondence between E. N. Brandt and Lois Foster, 2 photocopies, and 113 page book The Papers of Herbert H. Dow: A Guide for the Scholarly by E. N. Brandt and Barbara Schettig Brennan.
File contains several manuscript pages listing local businesses in Belleville together with other samples of handwriting by J.S. Eccles. Also contains typescript transcript of “When the Campbells came to Roslin,” first published 1928.