File contains a printed booklet entitled “Presentation of Colours to the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment by the Honourable W. Earle Rowe, P.C.” 17 May 1964. Also present are the following printed booklets: The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Canada : a short history / by Lt. Col. K.D.H. Willcocks, ca. 1967; Guide for Officers: The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, n.d.; The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Canada : Customs and Traditions of the Regiment / by Lt. Col. K.D. H. Willcocks, 1968. File also includes newspaper articles concerning the presentation of colours on 17 May 1964, and a printed poster of the colours of the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment.
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.
File contains a newspaper account with a reprint of a letter from the Marquis of Lorne, Honorary Colonel to the 15th Battalion, to Lt. Colonel W.N. Ponton commending the Battalion and its officers on their service record.The item derives from the William Nisbet Ponton Military Papers.
File contains two newspaper articles concerning a ceremonial drill of the Governor General's Foot Guards of the 15th Battalion, Argyll Light Infantry at the capital grounds in Albany, New York on September 5, 1899. Also present is sample of the notepaper with official crest of the Battalion. The items are derived from the W.N. Ponton Military Papers.
File contains a photocopied typescript letter from Chas. S. Clapp to Lt. Col. William Nisbet Ponton dated October 29, 1914 concerning the A. and H Companies of the Midland Battalion at Batoche during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885. Also present is a photocopied typescript list of veterans from the two companies who served during the Rebellion.
.File contains several newspaper clippings in which eyewitness accounts of the 1885 Northwest Rebellion by Colour Sergeant William Thomas Wrighton, Belleville, of the Midland Battalion, are reproduced. Also present is a photocopied offprint of an article from Saskatchewan History, Vol X111, no.3 (Autumn, 1960), entitled “The Campaign of 1885: A Contemporary Account,” by G.F.G. Stanley. The article is based in part upon the letters of William Thomas Wrighton. Also contains a photocopied typescript memoir by William Hubbard ca. 1914 recounting his participation in the Riel Rebellion in 1870
File contains four printed copies of The Twenty-First Battalion Communique which contains news items and historical retrospectives related to the 21st Battalion (Eastern Ontario) of the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
File contains a photocopied printed list of officers of the 34th Battery from ca. 1924-1938, headquartered at Belleville. Also includes a newspaper article dated 4 June 1959, concerning an upcoming reunion of the members of the 34th Battery. Also present is a printed Officer's Mess card of Major B.C. Donnan, for the year ended October 15, 1935.
File contains a newspaper clipping regarding Brigadier-General D.R. Adamson, Commanding Officer of CFB Trenton, on the occasion of his transfer to Ottawa to take up a new post as director general, operations air.
File contains a photocopied printed article concerning the establishment of the Royal Canadian Air Force training station in the Township of Sidney, in what is now Quinte West, in 1931. Also contains a 1967 newspaper clipping concerning the Middleton Park community housing area which contained permanent quarters for married service personnel and their families.
File contains a carbon copy typescript list of materials relating to the Argyll Light Infantry, 15th Battalion, in the holdings of the Belleville Armouries in 1959. The catalogue was compiled by Gerry E. Boyce and includes a brief history of the 15th Battalion.
File contains a printed invitation announcing a talk and photographic display by Frank Yeigh, Toronto, which included photographs of the Argyll Light Infantry in 1899. Also present is a printed announcement of a concert in support of the Canadian Patriotic Fund, held in Stirling on February 27, 1900.
File contains a newspaper article concerning a public celebration of 37th anniversary of the formation of the Fifteenth Battalion, Argyll Light Infantry on January 17, 1900. A list of attendees is included. The item is derived from the W.N. Ponton Military Papers.