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Norman Thomas Long Papers

Series consists of papers belonging to N. Tom Long, 1929-1976. It includes: newspaper clippings about Tom Long, Mary (Maunie) Long (nee Emeno), and their daughters Susan and Judith; newspaper clippings about Tom's involvement in Olde Tyme Christmas, c1970s; printing plate featuring N. Tom Long; one (1) negative; Port Hope High School Admission Certificate, 1929; letter addressed to "Mother" (Edna Alice Long), undated.

Long, Norman Thomas

East Durham Historical Society Information

Series consists of information on the former East Durham Historical Society (now Port Hope and District Historical Society) by N. Tom Long, c1980s. It includes: newspaper clippings from the Port Hope Evening Guide; correspondence between Mr. Long and other local historical societies and museums; and pamphlets.

Long, Norman Thomas

Remembering Hurricane Hazel Clippings

Series consists of newspaper clippings recounting the stories of Hurricane Hazel (1954) in Port Hope, 1979-1984. The articles were clipped out of the Port Hope Evening Guide by N. Tom Long.

Long, Norman Thomas

Molson's Mill Art School Information

Series consists of newspaper clippings and information on the Molson's Mill Art School, c1955-1981. It includes a type-written excerpt from "The Barley and the Stream" by Merrill Denison (1955). Articles were clipped out of the Port Hope Evening Guide by N. Tom Long.

Long, Norman Thomas

Mitchell and Black's Gardens Greenhouses Newspaper Clippings

Series consists of advertisements and newspaper clippings related to Mitchell and Black's Gardens Greenhouses on Molson Street, c1980s. The business was located in the "Mitchell House" at 82 Molson Street, and also went by the name of "Ontario Gardens." The articles were copied and clipped by N. Tom Long from the Port Hope Evening Guide.

Long, Norman Thomas

Port Hope Tourism Package

Series consists of a file folder with fifteen (15) documents inside. (1) A Port Hope Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Leisure Guide for the fall and winter of 1996-1997. The guide contains a mayors message, registration information, information on swimming programs, recreational programs, arenas, parks and trails, community groups and also a map of Port Hope. (2) A brochure titled "Cycling in Cobourg, Port Hope and Area" and includes a map of both Port Hope and Cobourg as well as cycling information (3-10) Information about the various services, companies and industries in Port Hope including; strategic location, municipal profile, municipal taxes, labour information and transportation, water, electricity and gas, Port Hope Industrial Inventory, Industrial Neighbours, and Welcome to Port Hope (11) A brochure advertising antiques and decorative items in Port Hope (12) Port Hope bus schedule and price list (13) a tourist guide to Port Hope with contact information for Municipal Departments, accommodations, restaurants, banks, supermarkets, drug stores, churches and the hospital (14) Port Hope and District Map and Street Guide (15) business card for Frank Priatel, the economic development officer.

Long, Norman Thomas

Planning and Development in Port Hope

Series consists of eight (8) documents relating to planning and development in Port Hope. (1) "Our Valley" from the Department of Planning and Development, vol. 3 no. 2, July 1957. (2) Correspondence between A.R. Good, Robin Long and Gordon C. Kelly about Zoning By-law in Port Hope and the sale of Block A on plan 114 (3) Correspondence between Gordon C. Kelly and Port Hope Development Co. Limited regarding the Official Plan and Zoning By-law (4) Correspondence between Gordon C. Kelly and the Port Hope Development Company regarding and Robin Long about Re-Zoning in Port Hope (5) A map of Highland Heights, Part of Lots 7 and 8 Concession 2, Hope Township (6) A booklet from Lakeview Estates. The Pilgram, The Williamsburg, The Jamestown, The Pioneer and the Provincetown are all featured in the book. (7) A Pricelist from Schickedanz Bros. Limited from January 1974 for . The Pilgram, The Williamsburg, The Jamestown, The Pioneer and the Provincetown (8) a folder from Strathrose Estates with flyers inside on the following; Energy Efficient Insulation Standards, The Midland, The Helm, The Durham, The Ralston, The Carlyle, a map and standard featured.

Long, Norman Thomas

Williamson Book Store Information

Series consists of photocopies of advertisements, an envelope, and generic information related to Williamson's Book Store, and the Williamson family home (103 Mill Street North), c1980s. It also includes two photo album pages with images of people, presumably from the Williamson family.

Long, Norman Thomas

"People of Port Hope" Information

Series consists of newspaper clippings on various people from Port Hope, including: general accomplishments, retirements, birth/marriage/death announcements, interest articles, etc. The articles were clipped from the Port Hope Evening Guide by N. Tom Long.

Long, Norman Thomas

Tom Long Research Notes and Historical Papers

Series consists of various historical papers and research notes collected by Tom Long. It includes: (1) "Historic Roads of Ontario" Series # 5 "Kingston Road" CBC Radio script 1937; (2) Notes on the Kingston Road (for radio) 1937, copy; (3) "The Adventures of the Cobourg Rifles, During the Campaign of 1837 written by one of themselves;" (4) Handwritten and typed notes on the early history of Port Hope and area. At times the handwriting is illegible. Topics include: topography, Susan A. Grey, The Kingston Road, timelines, research notes, sketches; (5) Historical research - Port Hope and Area. Susan Greely, lot 2, concession 2, Haldimand township, Northumberland "Sketches of the Past"; Bibliography, miscellaneous notes on schools and emigration; (6) Handwritten notes on Port Hope and area. Topics include Durham county, Bowmanville, Port Hope, Newcastle, Cobourg, Northumberland, Brighton, Colborne, Vehicles and Coaches, Christian Guardian, notes and information taken from local papers; (7) Obituary for Robert Imbert Orchard (1901-1991), son of former Trinity College School Headmaster Dr. Francis Graham Orchard. Imbert Orchard was a well known Canadian actor and artist; (8) St. Mary's Catholic Church, Port Hope. News-clippings from 1988. Photocopies from the Port Hope Watchman, 1852. 150th anniversary, 1975; (9) Notebook - notes made from research at the SPG Archives in England. Notes on Port Hope.

Long, Norman Thomas

Olde Tyme Christmas Papers

Series consists of documents related to the Olde Tyme Christmas, including: Programs, 1988-1991 for Old Tyme Christmas; Print list and lists; Chamber of Commerce newsletter - advertising Old Tyme Christmas; Miscellaneous notes and correspondence; Ticket Stubs; Signs and posters; Foam board sign; Photograph labels (30 pages); Receipt book; Newspaper clippings.

Long, Norman Thomas

Port Hope Architectural & Historical Inventory

File consists of an architectural and historical inventory of Walton Street between Mill Street and Pine Street. Booklet created by Jane Staunton, Karen Ingram and Lynn M. Flatley. The inventory includes pictures, maps and research completed by LACAC. Also an index of block numbers, building names, and dates. Each block has a short history written on it, including architectural characteristics, architect, location and year of building.

Long, Norman Thomas

Port Hope Agricultural Society Fall Fair Prize Lists

Series consists of three (3) prize lists booklets for the Port Hope Agricultural Society Fall Fair; For the 146th fair, September 16, 17, 18 1977, the 157th fair, September 16, 17, 18, 1988 and the 159th fall fair, September 14, 15, 16, 1990.

Long, Norman Thomas

Art Gallery of Northumberland Newsletters and Pamphlets

Series consists of six (6) items from the Art Gallery of Northumberland. (1) Art Gallery of Northumberland Advance Schedule of Exhibitions - September 1990-April 1991) (2) Art Gallery of Northumberland Trash and Treasures Sale (9 May ?) advertisement (3) Invitation to attend the opening of "The Romantic Landscape Now" exhibit at the Northumberland Gallery (4) Northumberland Art Gallery Newsletter featuring articles on The Heritage Amateur Radio Club, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Joseph Thomas Rolph, Lectures, Docent News, Cobourg Waterfront Festival of Arts, Crafts and Music, Waterfront Festival Poster, Studio '87 Summer Art Workshops for Children, Summer Art Workshops for Adults, 10th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition, Art News, new board trustees, lapsed members, prominent citizens, car raffle, volunteer appreciation supper and bus trip to Montreal (5) Newsletter from the Art Gallery of Northumberland featuring the following articles: Exhibitions, The Harbours of Cobourg and Port Hope, The Buildings of Cobourg and Port Hope, Northumberland Community Collects, Activities at the Gallery, Gallery News, Cultural Centre, Artist News and members. (6) A Newsletter from the Art Gallery of Northumberland featuring the following articles: Exhibitions, From the Curators Desk, Activities at the Gallery, Gallery News, Board of Trustees, Little Shop of Horrors, New faces at the Gallery, Volunteer Alert, artist news and members. There is also an insert titled Perceptions of Moms in the Workplace.

Long, Norman Thomas

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority Pamphlets, Booklets and Papers

Series consists of seven (7) documents. (1) Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority pamphlet featuring a map, a description of what they do and different conservation areas in the area. (2) A booklet outlining the programs that the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority is responsible for (3) A pamphlet titled "A Conservation Services Program" designed to "assist landowners in planning and carrying out resource management project" (4) Ganaraska Region Conservation Update Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2. Speaks about Maple Syrup Day, programs offered and an article on the gypsy moth (5) a pamphlet outlining visitor information for the Ganaraska Forest (6) A Watershed Management Booklet created by Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, celebrating 35 years (1946-1981) (7) A note addressed to Tom Long from Doug Palmer of the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, informing Tom that there are brochures that he might be interested in.

Long, Norman Thomas

"Central Ontario Lakeshore Sports Look"

Series consists of three (3) publications of "Central Ontario Lakeshore Sports Look." Publications are for Port Hope and Cobourg and cost $0.85 each. They are for week #1 (9 Feb 1990), week #2 (23 Feb 1990) and week #3 (9 Mar 1990). All three publications include; tsn tv listings, local sports information, stats, schedules and OHL information. In week #3, there is also information about spring training and a Jays and Chiefs schedule.

Long, Norman Thomas

Radon Clean Up Initiatives Information

Series consists of documents related to the Radioactive Waste in Port Hope. (1) A notice stating that individuals must work together with the government in order to inform them that Port Hope citizens are concerned with the Radioactive Waste and ways they are demonstrating these concerns to the government (2) Cards for Port Hope residents to mail to friends outside of Port Hope so outside voices can be heard (3) A document regarding the Terms of Reference for The Port Hope Area Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Environmental Assessment Panel (4) A notice from the Minister Environment Canada about a Review of Clean Up and Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Wastes, (5) a newspaper article from the Newcastle Independent (27 August 1986) a titled "M.P. Not Happy with Sites" with a news release on the back from the M.P. Allan Lawrence (6) a letter to residents of Port Hope, Hope Township and Port Granby areas informing citizens about the possible location of a nuclear waste site from M.P.

Long, Norman Thomas

Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, Military Collector's Club of Canada and Port Hope Soldiers Banquet Papers

Series consists of five (5) documents. (1) Correspondence between Tom Long and Angus B. Duffy? regarding the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment's Remembrance Service (10 July 1979) (2) Information regarding the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment's Remembrance Service, (2-3) Two programs for the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment's 'C' and 'D' Coys. Officers' Mess Dinner (21 April 1960 at Idalia, Port Hope and 29 November 1961 at Chateau-by-the-Lake Hotel, Cobourg) (4) Correspondence between Ken R. Johnson from the Military Collector's Club of Canada and Mrs Locke regarding information about Stanley Rosevear (5) Program for the Municipal Reception and Banquet to the Returned Soldiers of Port Hope and Vicinity (17 September 1919)

Long, Norman Thomas

Port Hope Historical Research Notes

Series consists of various research documents from Port Hope; both property and family research. Documents include; Corner of #2 and 106 Highway, Ethel McLellan, Mowat's, Fairmount, history of Port Hope, Wade family, Walton Street Notes, Port Hope Early Industries, William Furby, Penryn family, The Grange (24 Brown Street), Old Houses in Port Hope, Port Hope Fire Hall, Riel Rebellion of 1885, Dennis Riordan, Donald J. McLennan, Donald Blackwell and 136th Battalion World War I. Item materials include cards, letters, research notes, photographs, newspaper clippings and research requests.

Long, Norman Thomas

Port Hope Business, Churches and Associations Advertisements

Series consists of documents from local businesses, churches and associations in Port Hope. The following are included; (1) Greenwood Tower Inn x3, LACAC, The Victoria Inn, The Carlyle, Elizabethville United Church, Dialogue Partners, Agrico Fertilizers, Durham Riding Progressive Conservative Association, East Durham Historical Society, Antiques and Handcrafts, Smith's Creek Antiques, Griffindale Farm, Port Hope Board of Trade x2, The Port Hope Sail Training Project, Historical Port Hope (publication), Church of St. John the Evangelist, Joseph Scriver, Antiques and Decorative Art, Jack Record Fire Hall, Historic Port Hope Events, Port Hope Council Business Plan x2, Port Hope Postal Service and Downtown Port Hope.

Long, Norman Thomas

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