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Pierre Thibault fonds

  • CA ON00419 THI
  • Fonds
  • 1940-1998

The fonds contains company records from roughly 1940 to 1998. It consists primarily of technical drawings of fire engines or truck pieces made by the company Pierre Thibault. The fonds also contains photographs of the fire engines manufactured, tender bid files, as well as a file on the construction of the two Popemobiles made by the company. There are a few other types of documents such as, for example, factory floor plans. There are also several boxes of documentation on the company Phoenix, as well as several boxes of technical drawings and files for orders from the company Camions à incendie Pierreville. There are some product catalogues from other manufacturers from the 1950s and the 1960s, such as, for example, the companies Merryweather and Metz, manufacturers of aerial ladders. There are also instruction and maintenance manuals. Lastly, there are a number of videocassettes either on NovaQUINTech and its products, or on other related companies and their product offerings, such as pumps, chassis, or fire engines.

Camions Pierre Thibault Inc.

Roy Belshaw Waterous Collection

  • CA ON00419 WAT
  • Collection
  • 1837-2009, predominantly 1890-1970

The collection consists of engineering drawings, photographic material, company records, employee records, product catalogues, company research, and other material relating to Waterous equipment, plant operations, and the employees of the Waterous Engine Works Co. 1874-1926, Waterous Ltd. 1926-1953 and Koehring-Waterous Ltd. 1953-1992. Textual records consist of corporate history, directors and shareholder’s minutes, order books, insurance appraisals, letters patents, deeds and mortgages, financial ledgers, stocks and bond issues, and brochures. There is also research by Roy Belshaw and his related correspondence. The engineering plans consist of 1773 drawings 1894-1931, mostly 1908-1931. Graphic material consists of 402 glass plate negatives, 171 negatives, 384 photographic prints, 1880-1960.

Waterous Engine Works Company