Roslin

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Collection of photographs

  • CA ON00156 2019-119
  • Collection
  • c.1890-2003

Collection of previously uncatalogued photographs, apparently from different sources. They include:
1) "Election day in Flinton", c.1890
2) Fragment of a photograph showing staff outside the Walker Foundry in Belleville, c.1890
3) Seven photographs of the Hewitt property and a church in Roslin, Ontario, with one photograph of the Bridge Street United Church in Belleville, c.1890-1920
4) "Dr & Mrs Stephens", c.1910
5) Photograph of the frame house at 358 Arthur Street in Tweed, Ontario, taken by T. Donohue, c.1910
6) Lucy Kleinsteuber (1915-2011) as a small child, c.1918
7) Colour photograph of Minnie Clarence (born Whiteman) of Albert Street, Belleville (1903-2007), 2003

Roslin Women's Institute programme

  • CA ON00156 2012-08
  • Item
  • 1957-1958

Programme of events and list of officers for the Roslin branch of the East Hastings Women's Institutes.

Roslin Women's Institute

Orland French photographs

  • CA ON00156 2019-009
  • Collection
  • 2017-2018

Photographs of people and places in Belleville, Ontario:
1) Crowds enter Yardmen Arena for Senators first home game, Nov. 1, 2017
2) Gerry Boyce, Mr. History, January 1, 2018
3) Belleville Harbour, June, 2018
4) Chisholm’s Mills with millpond, August 2018
5) & 6) Unveiling of a commemorative boulder at Mount St. Patrick Catholic Cemetery, Stanley Street Belleville, Sept. 16, 2018
7) Porchfest: Male choir on porch of 246 Albert Street, Porchfest, Sept. 29, 2018
8) Demolition of former Stephens-Adamson property, fall 2018

French, Orland

Eccles, J. S.

File contains several manuscript pages listing local businesses in Belleville together with other samples of handwriting by J.S. Eccles. Also contains typescript transcript of “When the Campbells came to Roslin,” first published 1928.