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Rt. Honourable Vincent Massey Documents

File consists of a letter to the Rev. C. H. Boulden, Rector, St. Mark's Church, Port Hope from the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, 5 Feb 1952. The letter is in response to a letter of congratulations received by Vincent Massey from the congregation of St. Mark's Church. Signed by Vincent Massey. This letter is reproduced on page 89 of "Time Was." Details for the reproduction are written on the back of the letter. Also, "Ceremony of the Trooping of the Colour by the Governor-General's Foot Guards" 1 Jul 1954.

Methodist Church Services Programme

Item is a programme from Port Hope Methodist Church, Rev. E. B. Lancely, Pastor. The programme is for Sunday morning and evening services for 1 Dec 1901; celebrating the third anniversary of the Methodist Sunday School. "T. Long" written on back. Removed from Long Cabinets "United Church" file.

Port Hope Baptist Church Land Records

File consists of six (6) land record indentures related to the Port Hope Baptist Church, 1868-1923. It includes: (1) Deed, William Craig, Edward William Barnett, Peter R. Randall and Benjamin R. Matthews, Trustees of the Baptist Church, 28 Jun 1868; (2) Deed, Baptist Church Trustees, William Craig, Edward William Barnett, Benjamin R. Matthews and Robert Hume, 30 Jun 1868; (3) Petition, Baptist Church Trustees, 29 Jun 1868; (4) Mortgage, Robert and Alice Hume and John Clemes, 30 Jun 1868; (5) Abstract of Title, Part Lot 50, 1/5 acre, Town of Port Hope; (6) Indenture, Re: Will of John Hume and Church, 21 Aug 1923. Removed from "Baptist Church" file, Long Cabinets.

George Brogden and Thomas Henderson Trial

File consists of a make shift envelope of paper and wax. Reads "October 31, 1856". A paper containing the trial of George Brogden for the murder of Thomas Henderson". "The Property of R. L. Benson" is written in personal pencil; and page 4 of the Daily Colonist has an editorial on the Brogden trial and how the verdict may have been arrived at. Removed from "Brogden Family (Trial)" file Long Cabinets.

Burnham Family Land Indenture

Item is an indenture dated 30 Jan 1836, between William Burnham, Port Hope and Silas Burnham, Toronto for Con 1, Lot 6, Hope Township. Property is on Walton Street in the Town of Port Hope. Removed from "Burnham Family" 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.

Land Records for Lot 28, Con 1 in Hope Township

File consists of land records for Lot 28, Con 1 in Hope Township, 1817-1904. It includes: "Indenture of Bargain and Sale, Jonathan Walton and Elias Smith to James Hawkins," 1817; Deed, conveys and transfers to Francis Little from the University and College of Toronto, 1856; Deed between Mrs. Anne Wade, et al to Harriett Day, 1904; Mortgage, Harriett Day and Thomas B. Chalk, et al Trustees, 1904.

"The Mixing Bowl" Cookbook

Item is a cookbook entitled "The Mixing Bowl." It was printed in 1931 as a fundraiser for St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. The booklet is 40 pages long and contains recipes and advertising from local Port Hope businesses.

"Echoes from the Minute Books: Notes on the Proceedings of the Board of Police of Port Hope, 1834-1849"

File consists of an essay written by H. R. S. Ryan on the 100th anniversary of the Baldwin Act. The essay was published in "Ontario History" in 1950 under the title "Echoes from the Minute books: Notes on the proceedings of the Board of police of Port Hope, 1834-1849" pages 184-204. The essay details early history of the town and its residents. Footnotes are given to document sources. It also includes the original transcript of the essay by H. R. S. Ryan.

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.

Alfred Henry Long of the Midland Regiment Papers

File consists of the military papers of Alfred H.C. Long, 1910-1916. It includes: Certificate of Military Instruction, Infantry Branch, 1910; 46th Regiment, School of Signaling, Certificate of Military Instruction, 28 Apr 1911; Certificate of Military Instruction 24 Jun 1913; 46th Regiment, Certificate of Military Instruction, Field Officer, 1916; Certificate of Military Instruction of Musketry Instruction, 1916; Regimental Fund Account, 136th Durham Overseas Battalion, C. E. F. 1915-1916; Battalion Order # 112. Second page duplicated. Syllabus of training, May 13, 1916 Commanding 136th Durham Overseas Battalion, Port Hope; Militia Orders, 21 May 1910, A. H. C. Long listed, 46th Regiment; Appointments, Promotions and Retirements, Canadian Militia, 1914; Letter to Major A. H. C. Long, junior Major from Lt. Col. R. W. Smart regarding Smart's resignation, 1916.

"Uncle Tom's Cabinet" Collection

  • CA ON00154 2014.22
  • Coleção
  • 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.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario House Tour Booklet

Series consists of two ACO house tour pamphlets; one for 1968, the other for 2012. The following places were featured in the 1986 tour; Idalia, Dunain, Batterwood House, Durham House, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Cartwright's House, The Port Hope City Dairy, The Port Hope Town Hall, Bluestone, St. Mark's Church, Dr. and Mrs. Robert McDerment's House, Trinity College School and Port Hope's Main Street.

Long Family Collection

  • CA ON00154 2015.25
  • Fundo
  • 1817-1992

Fonds consists of papers and photographs from the Long Family Collection. It includes materials created and accumulated by: Alfred H. Long (military publications, letter books), N. Tom Long (local history research files, St. Lawrence Hotel plan, directories, photographs), Geo. Wilson (memoirs, correspondence re: Port Hope Evening Guide, Wilson family photographs), and Brig. Gen. George H. Ralston. For more detailed information refer to series-level descriptions.

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