File consists of invoices for the expenses for the Liberal Conservation Association Candidate, Col. Arthur T. H. Williams for the 1882 federal election. Invoices include: Music Hall Rental; Duncan Chisholm, Barrister & Attorney at Law; Millbrook Store; Robert Hutchison Inn, Cavan; The Mail Printing Company, Toronto; The Daily & Weekly Guide Steam Printing & Publishing House, G. Wilson & Sons; Charles Reynolds, Furniture and Upholstery, Undertaking, etc.; Levi Reynolds; Port Hope Times Steam Printing, J. B. Trayes; Dominion Telegraph; G. N. W. Telegraph, Bethany; William Vance, Millbrook; Jacob Atkins; H. A. Ward; W. J. Beatty; T. M. Ward. Detailed statement of expenses included. George C. Ward, Returning Officer.
The collection includes textual, audiovisual and sound documents about the 1963 strike and the Reesor Siding shooting. Three of the series mainly contain reproductions of newspaper clippings as well as various textual documents. Documents pertaining to Paul Doucet’s play Le silence d’une tragédie can be found in one of the series. There also is a series containing the funeral cards of the three strikers who lost their lives during the shooting. The last series contains sound and audiovisual documents.
The fonds consists of annual reports of the Consumers' Gas Company (1849-1925) [incomplete], minutes of the Board of Directors' meetings (1947-1925), minutes of special Board meetings, taken from the secretary's and president's notes and agendas; minutes of the Finance Committee (1852-1874), of the Works Committee (1853-1873), and of selected meetings of the Executive Committee (1805-1909). As well, there is a run of 'Street lamps' [publication] (1887-1906).
Item is a brochure on Cranberry Heights and Pinegrove Subdivisions. Exclusive agents for the subdivision were Long Bros. Insurance and Real Estate with offices in Cobourg, Port Hope and Colborne. Pamphlet includes map with street names in subdivision. Removed from Long Cabinets "Cranberry Heights" file.
The fonds consists of operational and commemorative records related to Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village. Many operational records were created as Leonard Cullen and other staff developed and advertised the organization's site in Whitby, Ontario. Commemorative records preserve views of the site's grounds, seasonal displays, building interiors, and events. Additionally, the fonds contains some personal records from Leonard Cullen, most of which pertain to his involvement in the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec and the Baptist Leadership Education Centre in Whitby. The fonds consists of four series: Site Maintenance and Expansion; Personal Writings and Baptist Community Involvement of Leonard Cullen; Promotions; and Photographs.
Item is a series of Currency Notes for C. Hughes and J. & H. Hughes. Fifteen-pence and seven pence half penny notes for Messers J & H Hughes, Emily and C. Hughes. C. Hughes may have been in Port Hope on Walton Street. Five hundred (500) were printed for 26 Jan 1839.
Item is an invitation to a Social Assembly at the home of David Gillespie, King Street, 17 Apr 1843. One hundred (100) invitations were printed. The men involved with the assembly were: John Linn, Samuel Hutton, George Henderson, James Nelson and David Gillespie.
The fonds documents D. McCormack Smyth's career as an administrator both in private corporation and in academic institutions as well as his teaching activities in administration for the period 1947-1986.
File consists of two (2) receipts made out to David Haskill, 1888-1892. It includes: Receipt made out to Mr. D. Haskill for the amount of $2 paid to the office of the Daily & Weekly Guide for his subscription to "The Weekly Guide" 1 Jan 1888 to 1 Jan 1889", dated 4 Jan 1888; and Receipt written to David Haskill for the payment of $13 paid to the band of the 46th Regiment for the funeral of James Garnett. Dated 13 Apr 1892, signed J. R. Smith, Sergt. 46 Band.