CA ON00156 DA 2008.11
Marilyn Cole collection
- 1898-1985 (Creation)
Level of description
Extent and medium
Name of creator
Marilyn Cole is a resident of Napanee, Ontario.
Donated to the Deseronto Archives in May 2008 by Marilyn Cole (via Bev Boomhour).
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Transferred to the Community Archives in September 2016.
Content and structure area
Scope and content
- The Tribune, Dec 2 1898, report on death of F. S. Rathbun [very fragile]
- The Tribune, Nov 27, 1903, report on death of E. W. Rathbun [torn and defaced with blue crayon]
- Copy of Town of Deseronto deed granting the Long Dock and Ottawa Dock at Mill Street to the Deseronto Boating, Gun and Rod Club, Sep 26, 1957, with rough sketch of property
- Summary of 1966 census of individuals in Deseronto, by age
- Napanee Beaver, Nov 30 1966 (coverage of elections and death of Wilfred Hill, 47)
- Napanee Beaver, Dec 7 1966 (coverage of election of Dorothy McCullough, first woman councillor in Deseronto)
- Napanee Beaver, Jun 7 1967 (photo of Muriel Andrew’s painting of the ferry and bridge, on display in Deseronto Public Library, with Mrs Barney Thompson, Mrs Blake Moore and Mrs Jean Griffiths)
- 1967 Special Centennial supplement [toNapanee Beaver?] on the history of Deseronto
- ‘Centennial News’ vacation issue by Lake Ontario Development Council, covering ‘7 Holiday Regions’, 1967, 12pp.
- Napanee Beaver, Jan 10 1968 (includes details of Deseronto Council committees)
- Printed 1968 Deseronto Voters’ List
- Napanee Beaver report on Naylor’s Theatre, Apr 28 1971, 1p.
- The Quinte Scanner, Jun 16 1971, 100th birthday Deseronto special edition
- The Intelligencer, Nov 9 1982 (report on Roger Cole’s election as Mayor of Deseronto)
- Napanee Beaver, May 11 1983, report on Camps Mohawk and Rathbun, using information from J. Allan Smith, with photos
- Napanee Beaver supplement, 1983, based on 1967 version, published for Summer Parade in Deseronto
- Napanee Beaver, Dec 18 1985, including articles on Denny Tompkins’s plans as Mayor of Deseronto and article on Liva Grass of Tyendinaga, who campaigned for non-status Indians to regain their status