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Military City Map of Trenton and Belleville

A military map of Trenton and Belleville published by the Department of National Defence's Mapping and Charting Establishment. Dated 1978. Scale 1:25,000.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of east Trenton - Canada sheet

A topographical map of Trenton - Canada sheet 31 C/4. Map was published by the Department of National Defence in December 1962.
This second edition was converted from the first edition of the 1:63,360 map to 1:50,000 by the A. S. E. in 1950.

Insets include:
1) legend
2) index to adjoining sheets
3) mean declination
4) grid reference on the sheet and other minor information.

Army Survey Establishment

Lot Division Map of Sidney Township

A lot division map of Sidney Township in Hastings County, Ontario. Published by the Department of Land Surveys on August 18th, 1944. Scale: 1=4,000.

Bottom right corner reads "Dominion of Canada, War Assets Corporation" and discusses a storage yard location on Lot 3, Concession 1.

Department of Land Surveys

Map of Expropriated Land for Trenton Air Base

A map of Sidney Township, part of Concession #1 and Broken Front, October 18th, 1912. The map details a tract of land expropriated for Trenton Air Base. Scale: 12.5 chains : 1 inch.

Attached is a letter dated May 1st, 1931, The King versus Maitland Hutton and Leda Hutton.

World War II honour rolls for Belleville and Trenton organizations

  • CA ON00156 2019-030
  • Series
  • c.1945

Four printed honour rolls listing World War Two veterans from the following institutions and companies:
1) Belleville Collegiate and Vocational School: c.1,100 names
2) Canadian Industrial Alcohol Company [Corby's Distillery, Corbyville]: 23 names and 19 photographs
3) College Street School [Trenton]: c.340 names
4) Corbin Lock Company [Belleville]: 71 names

Trenton : personalities

File contains several newspaper clippings regarding local personalities in Trenton including, Major W.G Grant, operations officer of CFB Trenton: Allison Liversidge, winner of the Peterborough Kiwanis Music Festival; and former mayor Kenneth Couch and O.W. Larry, recipients of a Centennial year medal.

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