189 Archival description results for Brampton
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- 19 Sep. 1929
Part of Hillson O'Hearn family fonds
Item is a programme for a banquet held in honour of the Shoeies' Softball Team, the 1929 Brampton League champions. The event was held at the "O.C.C. Banquet Hall". Inside, the team is referred to as the Shoemakers. W. O'Hearn is listed as the team catcher.
- [ca. 1910]-1978
Fonds consists of records created or collected by the Walker family of Brampton, including Harry Walker who ran a shoe store at 17 Main Street South. Fonds includes an early photograph of Harry Walker inside the store which was in operation during from at least 1933 (possibly earlier) to at least 1987. (A second location of the store was on Queen Street West according to newspaper sources.)
Fonds also includes two photographs of the Ontario Bookbinder's Council 1953 -1954 on which William Walker served, a promotional leaflet from Charters Publishing Company, a copy of the Convervator from 1949 (the 75th Anniversary edition), a newsprint copy of Brampton bylaw 25-79, a photograph of McHugh Public School class (ca. 1930), a photo-mechanical reproduction of a photograph of a band, and newspaper clippings relating to printer's unions in Brampton, McHugh Public School, and other local places and events.
- CA ON00340 F2542
Fonds consists of Official Board minutes of Brampton Methodist Episcopal Circuit, 1856-1884.
Brampton Methodist Episcopal Circuit (Ont.)
- CA ON00340 F2909
Fonds consists of records, including baptisms, 2000-2009, marriages, 2001-2008, and burials, 2001-2009, of North Star United Church, 2000-2011.
North Star United Church (Brampton, Ont.)
Fonds consists of the records of Art Group '59, an unincorporated club with a constitution, operating from 1959 to 1977. Membership was primarily from the traditional boundaries of Brampton, but also areas beyond including Bramalea.
Art Group '59
- CA ON00380 series 2
- 1958 - 1973
Part of Brampton Board of Trade fonds
Series consists of scrapbooks with clippings from local newspapers, relating to the Brampton Board of Trade and local businesses:
- Vol. 1: 1958-1960
- Vol. 2: 1960-1962
- Vol. 3: 1963-1965
- Vol. 4: 1965-1966
- Vol. 5: 1967-1968
- Vol. 6: 1972-1973
- Vol. 7: n.d.
- CA ON00380 series 3
- 1905 - 1963
Part of Brampton Board of Trade fonds
Series consists of five photographs, collected by or created for the Brampton Board of Trade.
- Item 1: Brampton Fire Department, ca. 1905 (21 x 16 cm, mounted)
- item 2: Official Opening, Brampton Real Estate Board and Chamber of Commerce Office, 11 April 1958 (19 x 24 cm)
- item 3: Office, 39 Main St. S., ca. 1960 (19 x 24 cm)
- item 4: 1963 American Motors Rambler (24 x 16.5 cm)
- item 5: group of men seated in a restaurant, possibly a Brampton Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting, ca. 1950 (35 mm negative, single frame)
- [ca. 1915] - 2014
Collection consists of personal and professional records collected by Dr. Kathleen Armitage. The collection includes 2 editions of the Griffen (Central Peel yearbook) for 1963 and 1964, Peel Memorial Hospital material, including bylaws (1980s), staff annual reports (1981-1990), staff photo directory (1980s), and information/donor package (1988), Armitage family genealogy research (1827-1977), a photograph of students in a classroom in the Helen Wilson Public School (1960s), a photograph of Dr. George Clifford Armitage from the First World War (ca. 1915), and photographs of the Region of Peel's 40th Anniversary Levee held at PAMA on June 7th, 2014.
2017.020 is a copy loan photograph of Radcliffe Infirmary Oxford, Resident Medical Staff 1933 (includes J.A. Bull, G.B. Palmer, A. Lees Low, G.C. Armitage, and G.B. Stewart.
- CA ON00380 1991.028-1991.028 item 001
- ca. 1910
Item consists of a photographic postcard of both the Carnegie Library and the fire hall, on Main St at Chapel St in Brampton. Colourized image.