Pieces foam the Baulch Family Collection (1) "Captain James Braund" (contributed to by Fredrick Baulch) (2) Fredrick William Arthur Baulch Personal History and Business Experience. (Similar to present day resume)
Item is a gold-plated tie clip featuring the emblem of General Foods (Kraft) and three small rubies. It was given to John Austin to commemorate 25 years of service working at the Kraft plant in Port Hope, and later, Cobourg.
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.
Series consists of a collection of family letters, mostly written to Mrs. George Wilson (nee Sarah Howell), 1817-1927. Other names mentioned, either as sender or receiver, include: Port Hope Evening Guide, Government of Canada, Susan Websters, Hannah Straw (Sarah's sister), George Wilson (Sarah's husband), Sarah Burnham, Mary Howell (Sarah's sister), Elizabeth Howell (Sarah's mother), and Henry Howell. There are also a few financial records (i.e. receipts) in the collection.
Fonds consists of various papers created and collected by the family and descendants of Nathan Choate, 1817-1975. It documents the history of members of the family, as well as local buildings, churches, businesses, and the history of the Municipality of Port Hope.
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.
File consists of a Land Deed for Lot 21 Con 4, Cavan Township. The deed was registered in Port Hope and witnessed by William Henderson of Port Hope, who also provide a witness statement. The repaired deed was mended with newsprint showing Sheriff sales in an 1824 newspaper.
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. For more detailed information, please refer to file and item-level descriptions.
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.
Fonds consists of advertisement printing proofs, invoices, handwritten notes, and correspondence originally belonging to William Furby, printer and owner of the Port Hope Gazette, c1830-1850. For more detailed information, please refer to item-level descriptions.
File consists of three (3) land records of the Choate family, 1825-1828. It includes: (1) Indenture between Zachius Burnham and Elizabeth Burnham of Hamilton Township and Jacob Choate, Lots 4 and 5 Con 2, 1 Jan 1825; (2) Indenture between Jacob Choate and Zacheus Burnham for the North Part of Lot 5 Con 2, 30 Mar 1827; (3) Deed of Land of Jacob Choate to Aaron Choate, Part Lot 4 Con 2, 19 Jul 1828.
Fonds consists of papers related to the personal and professional life of George Brogdin, c1830-1890. It includes legal documents created by Mr. Brogdin's law practice in Port Hope, ON. For more detailed information please refer to file and item-level descriptions.
File consists of miscellanous papers owned by the Choate family, 1830-1839. It includes: Correspondence from Jonathan Walton, 1832-1837; Indenture of Bargain & Sale, Jacob Choate to Mark Burnham, 25 Jan 1839; Correspondence from Thomas Gibbs Ridout, 1832; Bond, Zacheus Burnham & Jacob Choate to Jonathan Walton, 1830; Indenture of Bargain & Sale, Aaron Choate to Nathan Choate, Part Lot 5 Con 2, 22 Oct 1831.