Items accumulated by Don Kellaway including: 1) Canada Registration Board certificate for Maurice J. Callaghan (donor's father-in-law), issued 22 June 1918 2) Two pay packet envelopes for Maurice Callaghan for $43.45 and $85.05 (latter from The Steel Co. of Canada), undated 3) Photograph album created by S. Alec Gordon of a canoe and camping trip on the Trent River from the Bay of Quinte to Peterborough, July 1932 4) File of correspondence and research notes about the Callaghan family, 2016
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.
File contains newspaper clippings about various events in the town of Arden: news about the Arden hockey team, marriage announcements of Arden couple, Arden post office construction, and news about the everyday lives of citizens of Arden. Events in newspaper clippings date from 1918-1936.
File contains newspaper clippings on how the fur trade was booming in Quinte area ca. 1969, Bill Clapp and his lure making, Salmon stocking in Quinte waters ca. 1969, a 1969 Trenton fishing derby, and an article on a change with provincial fishing licenses allowing certain areas to begin fishing earlier.
File contains letters ca. 1969, a deed of Land from 1929, blueprints/maps, 1928 Prospectus (3 copies), letter of agreement from 1929 relating to the Belleville Arena Company and the building of the Memorial (Hume) Arena on Market Street in Belleville, Ontario.
File contains newspaper clips on the Belleville McFarland Hockey scandal, city financial crisis, clips on the official inquiry led by Justice Arthur Willmott with Commission Councilor Stanley E. Fenell, City Council accused of gross negligence, Queens Park to take action against Belleville City Council, MacFarland Hockey contracts declared invalid, Alexander McLean Haig elected new Mayor and plans to fix debt from hockey scandal.