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.
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
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.
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
File contains Sheldon Hawley's oath of allegiance to Queen Victoria in 1842. There is also Hawley family history collected in 1962 about Sheldon Hawley's military career as Captain in the War of 1812, his promotion to Lieutenant Colonel during the Rebellion of 1837-38, and his life in Trenton.