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Royal Visit

The file contains three newspaper clippings about the Royal Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip to Kingston. Included in the articles are references to the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory and presentations by the Indigenous people. Also, during the same visit, in Toronto the meeting of the Royals with Peter Ramsay of Madoc.

Part of an architectural analysis of the Ford Block in Kingston

  • CA ON00156 DA 2013.03
  • Item
  • 2012

Part of an architectural analysis by Jennifer McKendry of the Ford Block at 165 Wellington Street, Kingston, Ontario, a building which was converted into a bank in 1895. The bank had a similar layout to the Bank of Montreal in Deseronto and the analysis includes a plan of the first floor of the bank.

McKendry, Jennifer

Ku Klux Klan Charter

File contents:

  • Ku Klux Klan of Canada Charter - Invisible Empire Knights and Ladies asking for a Klan of this Order in the Canton of Belleville, with list of names of citizens petitioning
  • newpaper photo of class of new members of a Ku Klux Klan
  • clipping from The telegram, October 26, 1965 - "Gone and Well forgotten - The Klan's Canadian Flop"
  • photocopy of the above item including missing part
  • A card with threat from KKK High Chief with skull and crossbones drawing sent to a Tweed resident, Tom Meraw

Tourist Map of Land O' Lakes

A double-sided map of the accommodations, camping and attractions located in Land O' Lakes. Includes North & West of Kingston including Napanee, the Frontenacs, Loyalist Country & Mazinaw Country. Advertisements surround the map. Dated 1982.

Topographical Map of Kingston - Canada sheet

A topographical map of the area, in Canada and the USA, surrounding Kingston. The total area extends from Norwood (west) to Smith Falls (east) and Buckshot Lake (north) to Picton (south). Dated 1958-1959. Published by the Army Survey Establishment.

Donated by the Belleville Public Library in 2014.

Army Survey Establishment

Map of Kingston to Ottawa

A map of Kingston to Ottawa, Ontario published by the National Development Bureau's Department of the Interior, circa 1930. The map features locks, bridges, waterways and settlements. Scale 2 miles to an inch. Written on the back, in ink, is "canoe trip." Presumably a tool of direction for someone's voyage.

Donated by the Belleville Public Library in 2014.

Canada. Department of the Interior

Recreation Map of Land O' Lakes

A double-sided map of the accommodations, camping and attractions located in Land O' Lakes. Includes North & West of Kingston including Napanee, the Frontenacs, Loyalist Country & Mazinaw Country. Advertisements surround the map. Dated 1999.

Topographical Map of the Belleville to Kingston

A topographical map of the area between Belleville and Kingston. The total area extends from Prince Edward County to Buckshoot Lake North & South and from Havelock to Smith Falls East and West. Dated 1935. Published by the Department of National Defense.

Donated by Eric Jones.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Map of Presqu'ile to Kingston

A copy of an original map by Surveyor General John Collins showing land from Presqu'ile to Kingston in 1785. Scale: 4 miles : 1 inch.
Photocopied by the Archives of Canada 10 Jan 1990.

Collins, John, Hon.

Willson, John Metcalfe - Papers

File contains original documents, presented to the Hastings County Historical Society in 1960; Biographical sketch written on 22-September-1869 covers the years 1862 to 1869 when Willson was teaching school in the southern part of Hastings County; educational papers; legal papers; correspondence and a poem entitled "To The Mohawks".

Sheriff's Sale

The file contains a copy of the notice of the Sheriff's sale of all right and title of Lewis Day & Henry Day to the South half of Lot No. 14 in the 2nd Conc. of the Township of Kingston, dated 3-December-1828.

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