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Long Bros. Ltd. Advertising File

Series consists of advertising from Long Bros. Insurance Limited, 1957-1984. It includes: correspondence, newspaper clippings, and an insurance slip holder labelled "Long Bros. Insurance - Real Estate Dial 885-4501 Port Hope "Rather Than Go Short --- Call Long," undated.

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

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

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

Port Hope and District Chamber of Commerce Papers

Series consists of a number of documents from the Port Hope and District Chamber of Commerce. Documents include; directors' meeting notes, cartoon, finance committee terms of reference, membership form, membership questionnaire, "Chamber Update" a publication from the Chamber (Spring 1988), correspondence and other misc. papers.

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