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'Moirambler' yearbooks

  • CA ON00156 2016-40
  • Collection
  • 1982-1989

Moira Secondary School 'Moirambler' publications for: 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989

Moira Secondary School

'The Way It Was' articles by J. W. Hodgson

  • CA ON00156 2018-048
  • Item
  • 1985-1986

Photocopies of two articles published in 'The Canadian' publication of the Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf concerning the appropriation of the school by the Commonwealth Air Training Programme in 1941.

Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf

'The Way It Was' booklet by J. W. Hodgson

  • CA ON00156 2015-07
  • Collection
  • 1980-2010

File of materials relating to the Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf in Belleville, Ontario:

  • 'The Way it Was...' publication by J. W. Hodgson on the history of the school, 1980
  • Newspaper article by Jack Evans about Hodgson's research, 1997
  • Map of Seconds World War school locations in Belleville by Donna Fano, 2010

Hodgson, J. W.

A Close Up of Southern Ontario, Ontario, and Canada

  • CA ON00156 M/M400-3036, 3038 - 3041, 3044/M400-3036
  • Item
  • Dec 1978
  • Part of Map collection

A map entitled "A Close Up of Southern Ontario, Ontario, and Canada" by the National Geographic Society's Cartography Section. Scale: 1 centimeter = 30 kilometers or 1 inch = 47.3 miles. Dated December 1978.

National Geographic Society

A Map of Canada, 1972

  • CA ON00156 M/M400-3036, 3038 - 3041, 3044/M400-3044
  • Item
  • Mar 1972
  • Part of Map collection

A map of all of Canada, by the National Geographic Society's Cartography Section. Scale: 1;7460,000 or 117.7 miles to the inch. Dated March 1972.

National Geographic Society

A Map of Canada, 1985

  • CA ON00156 M/M400-3036, 3038 - 3041, 3044/M400-3038
  • Item
  • Nov 1985
  • Part of Map collection

A map showing all of Canada by the National Geographic Society's Cartography Section. Scale: 1 centimeter = 69 kilometers or 1 inch = 109 miles. Dated November 1985.

National Geographic Society

A Map of the Atlantic Gateways

  • CA ON00156 M/M400-3036, 3038 - 3041, 3044/M400-3041
  • Item
  • Mar 1983
  • Part of Map collection

A map showing the gateways of the Atlantic Ocean in North America, by the National Geographic Society's Cartography Section. Scale: 1 centimeter = 13.2 kilometers or 1 inch= 20.8 miles. Dated March 1983.

National Geographic Society

A Map of the Great Lakes

  • CA ON00156 M/M400-3036, 3038 - 3041, 3044/M400-3040
  • Item
  • Jul 1987
  • Part of Map collection

A map showing the Great Lakes of Canada and the USA, by the National Geographic Society's Cartography Section. The totally area shown includes west Manitoba to east Quebec and north to Lake Nipigon and south to U. S. A. Scale: 1 centimeter = 23 kilometers or 1 inch = 36 miles. Dated July 1987.

National Geographic Society

A map of the Boreal Forest of Canada

A map of all of Canada and the boreal forest included within. Additional environmental information can be found on the borders. Composed by the Canadian Department of Natural Resources. Published by Canadian Geographic in 1996.

Canada. Department of Natural Resources

Albert College

File contains a photocopy of pages 204-216 from the publication the Ontario History Society, Volume LXIII, Number 4, December 1971, "Egerton Ryerson, Albert Carman, and the Founding of Albert College, Belleville" written by Alex McGregor.

Albert College 1956

File contains miscellaneous newspaper clippings featuring Albert College from 1956, including: articles about the construction and design of the girls' residence, the graduating class of 1956, and a look back to 1924 featuring the obituary of Mr. Percy Robbins who taught at Albert College for 15 years.

Albert College 1957

File contains various newspaper clippings about Albert College in 1957, including acknowledgments and congratulations on it being their Centennial anniversary, a portrait unveiled of Principal Chas. Bishop, and the lying of the cornerstone of a new building.

Albert College 1959

File contains a list of performances for a recital by Albert College Conservatory of Music Pupils in 1959, a brochure for summer courses, a newspaper clipping about graduates in 1959, and a newspaper clipping about the Albert College football team advancing to COSSA Junior Championships in 1959.

Albert College 1960-62

File contains newspaper clippings about Albert College from 1960-1962, including Rev. J. Alastair Haig being named Principal, the election of Guild Officers, and the creation of committee to study the possibility of a University. There is also a 1960 brochure for summer courses.

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