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"Uncle Tom's Cabinet" Collection

  • CA ON00154 2014.22
  • Collection
  • 1825-2004

Collection consists of various local history information and original documents compiled and collected by Norman Thomas Long over the course of his life living and working in Port Hope, Ontario. Most of the collection is housed in a vertical subject filing cabinet in the Reading Room at the Port Hope Archives (a file-listing is available). For more detailed information, please refer to file and item-level descriptions.


  • ON00120 047-1-1-2
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 2B of a grade eight social studies lesson plan consisting of sixteen sections that cover British history and the development of democracy in the western world. The sixteen sections include: "Part B" [an introduction], "The British Isles," "The Normans in England," "The Crusades," "Scotland in the Middle Ages," "Elizabethan England," "Additional Explorers," "Freedom in Government," "Types of Government," "National Freedom," "Individual Freedom," "The Establishment, Growth, and Influence of the Christian Church in Britain," "Slavery," "The Establishment of Colonies in North America," "Britain To-day" and "Winston Churchill."


  • ON00120 047-1-1-3
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 2C of a grade eight social studies lesson plan consisting of two sections, "Part C" which is an introduction and "The Great Dominions and Ireland" which covers the history and geography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The second section is further subdivided into six topics which include: "The Dominion of Canada," "The Union of South Africa," "India," "Australia," "New Zealand" and "Ireland." Three newspaper clippings have been placed in between pages in the lesson plan.

(Articles from identified newspapers include: "No Union in Ireland: Partition There to Stay, N.Y. Times Writer Finds," The Globe and Mail, March 10, 1948, p. 17)

(Articles from unidentified newspapers include: "India, Pakistan Involved in New Areas of Conflict" and "Chile Sets up 2nd Base Over British Protests.")

2D - 2E

  • ON00120 047-1-1-4
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 2D and part 2E of a grade eight social studies lesson plan. Part 2D covers the smaller units within the British Commonwealth of Nations and is split into seven sections which include: "Part D" [an introduction], "Smaller British Possessions," "British Possessions in Africa and African Waters," "British Possessions in Asia and Asiatic Waters," "Oceania," "British Possessions in North America and North American Waters" and "British Possessions in South America and South American Waters." Part E consists of an overview of the British Empire and repeats much of the information covered in the grade eight social studies lesson plan parts 2C and 2D.


  • ON00120 047-1-1-5
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 3A of a grade eight social studies lesson plan. Part 3A includes an acknowledgment section, an introduction to social studies, a table of contents for the grade eight social studies lesson plan part 2(A - E) and a condensed version of the grade eight social studies lesson plan part 2A.

A Brief Survey of The History of The Capreol Public School

  • ON00120 047-4-1
  • File
  • 1937 - 1946
  • Part of C.R. Judd

File contains "A Brief Survey of The History of The Capreol Public School" written by C.R. Judd, principal of Capreol Public School from 1926 to 1964. The 'brief survey' includes a handwritten timeline of events, a chronological list of the school teachers, a chronological list of school board members and trustees and a copy of a typed, annotated letter from Judd to Inspector of Public Schools L.L. Skuce regarding the history of Capreol Public School.

Aberdeen Street Architectural and Historical Inventory

Series consists of textual records with corresponding photographs for buildings built on Aberdeen Street before 1927. Information about the location, architect, contractor, original owner, original use, construction dates, and the building materials used in construction may be identified.

Buildings are arranged sequentially with odd numbered buildings listed first.

Administration correspondence

  • CA ON00126 F2-F2-3-F2-3-1-F2-3-1-11
  • Subseries
  • 1948-1991, predominant 1966-1988
  • Part of City of Guelph fonds

Sub-series consists of correspondence between the City Solicitor, James A. Runions, and City of Guelph officials on a variety of issues affecting the City. Included in this sub-series are presentations, land and transfer deeds, final and draft by-laws, quit claims, petitions, affadavits, encroachment documents, agreements and offers of property purchase and sale, subdivision agreements, property leases, Guelph Township annexation records, Planning Act documents, billing hours for City Solicitor, employment application and labour relations records, tender and purchasing policies, Waterloo-Wellington Airport records, Ontario Municipal Board hearings, Committee of Adjustment decisions, signage by-laws, Administrative Services Committee minutes, Municipal Solicitors' Association minutes and budgets, Guelph Junction Railway leases, and title searches. These records document the wide range of activities in which the City Solicitor was involved on behalf of the City of Guelph.

These records have been arranged by the file codes provided by the City Solicitor and his staff.

Administration records

Series consists of administrative records of the IODE, Victoria-Guelph Chapter, dating from 1969 to 1999. Included in the series are correspondence, copies of the national IODE constitution for 1969 and 1979, chapter membership lists, annual reports for 1974-1976, 1982 ,and 1983, chapter recipe books, Founders Day records, provincial IODE newsletters, and one folder of agendas and procedures related to citizenship court. Also included is a history of the Guelph Chapter IODE. These records document the administrative activities of the IODE Victoria-Guelph Chapter.

The records are arranged by subject.

Administration records

Series consists of administrative records created, collected and maintained by the International Malleable Iron Company (IMICO). Included in this series are the 1912 and 1952 letters patent for the company, stock purchase agreements, union agreements, land deeds and property conveyances, Christmas dinner programs, letterhead, Victory Loan bonds and siding agreement with the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Administration records - Guelph Horticultural Society

This series consists of records related to the general administration of the Guelph Horticultural Society and its programs. Included are records related to membership, annual events, and the Society's constitution and by-laws. Also included are records generated during the course of the administration of the Junior Gardeners' program, civic planting, as well as general tree planting activities.

Records consist of junior program and competition announcements, junior contest requirements, names of program participants, prize lists, membership records, bylaws, together with related notes correspondence, and reports.

These records are arranged by subject.

Administrative records - Guelph Concert Band

This series consists of constitutions, executive and annual meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, members' handbooks, newsletters, and notes created by the Guelph Concert Band executive committees and members. The records document the general administration of the Club and its programs.

Administrative records - Zonta Club

This series consists of correspondence relating to the Zonta Club of Guelph's application for charter membership, general correspondence, Zonta International classification manuals, membership rosters, fact sheets about the organization, and newsletters.

Records in this series are arranged alphabetically by file title.

Advanced Registry Board records

This sub-series consists of records relating to annual meetings and financial information created by the Advanced Registry Board, and collected and maintained by the Canadian Guernsey Breeders' Association.

These records are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Advocacy records

Series consists of records created and collected by the Friend’s documenting their role in advocating for the Guelph Public Library. Included are letters to councilors and mayors, press releases, correspondence, newspaper clippings, information relating to the economic impact of libraries and a fact sheet created by the City of Guelph’s Community Services Group referencing locations for the new central branch. Also included is a CD of images of Whitby Public Library likely used for consultative or research purposes.

Records are arranged by subject.

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