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Trenton File Government
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Trenton : Air Force

File contains newspaper articles and clippings including a Trentonian article on the official opening of the CFB RCAF chapel in 1949, the appointment of Colonel Harold A. Carswell as base commander in 1969, and a upcoming meeting of CFB officers with Governor-General Roland Michener in Canada's Arctic in April, 1969

Trenton : financial difficulties

File contains two manuscript petitions submitted to the Warden and Councillors of the County of Hastings concerning the inability of the incorporated village of Trenton to pay the annual county rate. Also present are : a manuscript report of a special committee consisting of Billa Flint and others investigating the matter and recommending financial relief for the town; and two manuscript resolutions of the council regarding relief from the county rate for Trenton.

Trenton Commercial Papers

File contains a number of newspaper articles, financial statements, and receipts of payment, ranging in years from c. 1876 to c. 1922.
The oldest item in the file is an article in an unknown newspaper, written by Eugene Schuyler c. 1876; about issues regarding the country of Turkey.
There are financial statements from The Town of Trenton, Ontario, and purchase receipts from the same municipality.

Trenton Community Centre

File contains a number of newspaper articles about the Trenton Community Centre, Also known as; Trenton Community Gardens (1958), Duncan McDonald Memorial Gardens (present). These articles provide a detailed history of this arena that has held many events for the local community, ranging from; bingo to basketball.

Trenton Parks Board

File contains several newspaper articles concerning the Trenton Parks Board, including : the planning of Pelion Park in Trenton in 1956-57, an investigation into the story of Champlain's visit to the area in 1615, and a discussion of the planning of bridge and park projects for Centennial year, 1967.