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Peckham, Rev. Arthur, 1960

File contains a newspaper article from the The Intelligencer, 30 September 1960, concerning the efforts of Stirling United Church minister, Reverend Arthur Packman's attempts to make the church exhibit greater toleration to those who consume alcohol.

Rev. Robert McDowell, Presbyterian minister, 1768-1841

File contains a one-page printed Ontario Historical Society biography of Reverend Robert McDowell first regular Presbyterian Missionary to Upper Canada who served in the Bay of Quinte and Kingston areas from 1798 to 1841. Also contains a printed transcript of a memorial tablet commemorating the career of Reverend McDowall and his role as a founder of Queen's University.

Salvation Army 1959-68

File contains newspaper clips about the Salvation Army's activities c.1959-68 including: W. Tom Simpson being named chairman of the Salvation Army, Arnold Brown as new Salvation Army Col., ads for 1968 S.A. rally, Mayor Ellis signing of official calvacade scroll, J.V. Ivany in charge of S.A. corps., fundraising advertisements c.1959, B.C.I concert benefit for S.A 1962, Captain J. Trecalburry, parade in celebration of 81 years in Belleville, new citadel to be built where Wannamaker House was.

Weir, Jessie Irene

Jessie Weir discusses her life in Sidney and teaching public school in Belleville and Point Anne as well as being a parishioner of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.

Weir, Jessie Irene

Madoc : St. Peter's Presbyterian Church history, 1853-1963

File contains a printed booklet celebrating the 100th anniversary of St. Peter's Church, Madoc, Ontario in 1953. Also contains photocopied typescript editions of the St. Peter's newsletter, January-April 1968. Also present in the file is a bound bank book showing accounts for 1904 of Sydmer Ross & Co. held with the E.D. O'Flynn & Sons Bank, Madoc.

Madoc : history and churches

File contains a newspaper clipping and photocopied manuscript history of Madoc Township from early French exploration in 1615 to ca. 1965, including a discussion of the creation of roads, schools and local churches. The historical research was composed by Mrs. Ken Bateman for Gerry Boyce as background for Historic Hastings.

Ivanhoe Articles

File contains three newspaper clippings about Ivanhoe including the Beulah Cooperative Cheese Company, a public notice about the Canadian Pacific discontinuing the Agency at the Ivanhoe Station, and Women's Institute at St. Andrew's Church marked the 50th anniversary.

Mohawk poems

File contains a typescript poem entitled "Peace to the Nations and Praise to the Lord" by Teressa Brant. Also contains a manuscript poem composed by an unidentified Mohawk woman for Reverend Cyrus Allison, a pioneer Methodist missionary to the Mohawk of Tyendinaga.

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