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Tom Long Local History Collection (Second Accrual) Business and commerce
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Eastview Heights Subdivision Plans

File consists of the plans for the Eastview Heights Subdivision, Part Lots 5 & 6 and part of the road allowance between Lots 6 & 7, Con 2, Township of Hope. Key on left side give dimensions of lots. Copy was registered with the Registry Office on 9 Jan 1969; and Proposed Longview Plan of subdivision owned by Port Hope Development Company Limited. Eastview Heights is Part of Lots 5 & 6, and part of the road allowance between Lots 6 & 7, Con 2, Township of Hope. Area is now part of the town of Port Hope. Topographic and rough plan of subdivision. Removed from "Port Hope Dev. Co. - Eastview" file, Long Cabinets.

John Helm Property Plans

File consists of five (5) documents from the John Helm property, 1898-1913. It includes: (1) hand drawn map, 13 Sep 1898; (2) detailed hand-drawn map. Drawn on the back of the Port Hope Times letterhead, J. B. Trayes Editor and Proprietor; (3) J. H. Helm Iron Founder invoice, c. 1890; (4) J. H. Helm Iron Founder invoices, c. 1900; (5) Plan of property owned by John Helm estate; Grand Trunk Railway; A. & R. Sly, J. Wade.

Peterborough and Port Hope Railway Company Correspondence

File consists of ten (10) documents of correspondence regarding the Peterborough and Port Hope Railway Company. It includes: (1) Diagram of store lot and shop, Walton Street, 1876; (2) Copy re: land rental - store belonging to John Smart on Walton Street, 1854; (3) Letter from Thomas Benson, re: the lease of store from John Smart via Foster and Carson; (4) Letter to T. Benson from John Smart, 1854; (5) Copy of letter to directors, 1854; (6) Letter to Thomas Benson from John Smart, 1853; (7) Letter to John Smart from T. Benson, 1854; (8) Letter from E. P. Smith regarding property for railway; (9) 1854 document. Sidney Smith, Duncan McLeod and Charles Hughes; (10) Midland Railway Memorandum to John Smart Esq., Port Hope 1876.