Release from right of forfeiture to Herman Haffner concerning property in the broken front in front of the east half of Lot 13 in the First Concession of Sidney Township, Hastings County, south of the road from Belleville to Trenton. Dated 24 July 1935.
Also includes an unfranked envelope with a 30-cent Terry Fox Marathon of Hope stamp, issued in 1982.
Five reports and six accompanying plans prepared by Gore & Storrie, consulting engineers of Toronto, relating to proposed improvements to the water and sewerage system in and around the City of Belleville between 1955 and 1969. Copies of water agreements between Public Utility Commissions and municipalities in Whitby (1935) and Brantford, Ontario (1946).
Reproduction of photograph taken on the waterfront of the Moira River/Bay of Quinte, in Belleville, Ontario, showing a steamship tied up to the wharf of the Schuster Company and looking north. The tower of City Hall is visible in the distance.
Photograph of eight firemen and a little girl, taken between buildings on the south side of Front Street, Belleville, Ontario. They have been identified as (back row) Bob Fair, Jack McRay, Web Carter, Vince Orr and Frank Paste (front row) Barney Smith, Stan Longhurst, Mary Longhurst and Leo Culhane.
Reproductions of photographs of members of the Corby family of George Street, Belleville, including Senator Henry Corby, his wife, Maria (born Maria Courtenay) and their daughter Matilda Marie Corby. Notes on the back of the photograph were written by Nancy Blair (1936-2016), grand-daughter of Matilda.
Research notes (including photographs), text of a talk, and 35mm slides relating to Lois Foster's research into the McCurdy family of Belleville, Ontario. Lois presented a talk on the family at a reunion in Belleville in 1994. The file contains related correspondence.
Various electronic files of research notes made by Al Cleary in his time as a volunteer at the Community Archives of Belleville and Hastings County. They include research on mills and dairies of Hastings County, Ontario; research for patrons of the Archives and notes on the history of the Belleville Fire Department.
Two files: one contains emails and photocopies of research materials relating to Colonel James Fitzgibbon (1780-1863) and his connections to Belleville, Ontario, compiled in 2011. The other file holds copies of photographs and one original photograph relating to the 133rd Belleville Air Cadet Squadron, 1940-1945.
File of photocopied newspaper clippings and photographs relating to the history of Point Anne; original photograph of two boats labelled 'Plant 4 Field Day, local fish & Game Inspector Fred MacDonald, 1952; original photograph of Murney Carter in his boat May-be?, 1956; and one original typewritten letter from the Belleville Portland Cement Company concerning Michael Whalen, 1910.