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Collection École Secondaire de Hearst High School

  • CA ON00402 ÉSHHS
  • Collectie
  • 1969-1970, 1999-2001

The collection includes an incomplete series of the newspaper L'Écho des Jeunes (October 1999 to May 2001). A document listing the evening courses offered by Hearst High School in 1969-1970, is also part of the collection.

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Series consists of two books on Canada. The map from"Canada, an essay" was removed and encapsulated, while "Appendix to report..." is stored in over-sized box 5.

  • J. Sheridan Hogan, "Canada; an essay, to which was awarded the first prize by the Paris Exhibition Committee of Canada", Montreal: J. Lovell, 1855, 128 pages.
  • "Appendix to report of the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Part II, Maps of Canada", Toronto : Printed by S. Derbishire & G. Desbarats, 1857.

Printed material

Series consists of a note with regards to fees to Coroner's Constables; Act and Amendments respecting the Registration of Births, Marriages and Death in Ontario, 1870; and a pamphlet on titled "Cannabis Indica. East Indian Hemp.", published by Tilden & Co. Manufacturing Pharmaceutists & Chemists, discussing the medical uses for it and over 100 other drugs.

Graphic material

Series consists of a watercolour painting, not dated, and a photograph of John Forster, ca. 1880.


Series consists of a copy of "Brampton: an illustrated history" (1987), written by Helga Loverseed. The book was published by Windsor Publications in cooperation with the Brampton Board of Trade.


Series consists of a newsletter and three certificates. Additional Brampton Board of Trade newsletters, later known as Trade Talks, exist in the Region of Peel Archives newspaper collection and the Brampton Library collection.

  • item 1: Brampton Board of Trade Newsletter, volume 2, Sept. 1974
  • item 2: certificate given to Nancy McCredie, 23 May 1963, by Brampton Chamber of Commerce (21 x 27.5 mm)
  • item 3: Ontario Chamber of Commerce certificate, 1971 (27.5x35mm)
  • item 4: Ontario Chamber of Commerce certificate, 1984/85 (21x27.5m


Series consists of five photographs, collected by or created for the Brampton Board of Trade.

  • Item 1: Brampton Fire Department, ca. 1905 (21 x 16 cm, mounted)
  • item 2: Official Opening, Brampton Real Estate Board and Chamber of Commerce Office, 11 April 1958 (19 x 24 cm)
  • item 3: Office, 39 Main St. S., ca. 1960 (19 x 24 cm)
  • item 4: 1963 American Motors Rambler (24 x 16.5 cm)
  • item 5: group of men seated in a restaurant, possibly a Brampton Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting, ca. 1950 (35 mm negative, single frame)

Textual, ephemera, and other

Series consists of textual records, ephemera, and other material created and/or collected by Brampton resident Betty Odlum.

Financial records

Series consists of financial records from 1834 to 1891.

  • volume 1, account book, 1834 - 1849
  • volume 2, ledger, 1851 - 1854
  • volume 3, ledger, 1852 - 1854
  • volume 4, ledger, 1856 - 1891
  • volume 5, ledger, 1844 - 1845
  • volume 6, alphabetical index to ledger
  • volume 7, alphabetical index to ledger
  • volume 8, alphabetical index to ledger, 1856 - 1891


Series consists of scrapbooks with clippings from local newspapers, relating to the Brampton Board of Trade and local businesses:

  • Vol. 1: 1958-1960
  • Vol. 2: 1960-1962
  • Vol. 3: 1963-1965
  • Vol. 4: 1965-1966
  • Vol. 5: 1967-1968
  • Vol. 6: 1972-1973
  • Vol. 7: n.d.

Photographic prints

  • CA ON00380 series 2
  • Reeks
  • [187-?] – 2008, predominant [ca. 1925]-2004
  • Part of Betty Odlum fonds

Series consists of photographic prints created and/or collected by Brampton resident Betty Odlum. The photographs document a wide variety of subjects and properties, including numerous parades (including military, Brampton Flower Festival, & Sesquicentennial), the Dale Estate, train stations & railway cars, local streets (including Hurontario Street (Main), Queen Street, Lorne Avenue, Isabella Street, Rosedale Avenue, & others), various local properties including municipal buildings, businesses, churches & private dwellings, and area parks, lakes, & bridges. Also found within the series is an album of material pertaining to the Town of Brampton’s Centennial celebrations and Royal visit in 1973, as well as documentation of outhouses found throughout Peel in the 1970s. Finally, this series contains one of the oldest known photographs of downtown Brampton, documenting the corner of Main and Queen in the 1870s. Related material can be found in the photographic slide series.


Series consists of 94 items of correspondence between five files, specifically items to Dr. Beaumont Dixie (file 1), to Anna Dixie (file 2), to Elizabeth "Bessie" Dixie (file 3), to Bertha Dixie (file 4), and miscellaneous correspondence, including a lock of Dr. Dixie's hair.

Day books

Series consists of 6 volumes of day books, recording the day-by-day visits to patients by Dr. Dixie.

Minute books

Series consists of minute books created during the third and fourth incarnations of the Board:

  • Vol. 1: 1909-1919
  • Vol. 2: 1947-1955
  • Vol. 3: 1956-1961

Photographic slides

  • CA ON00380 series 1
  • Reeks
  • [187-?] – 1994, predominant [196-]-1994
  • Part of Betty Odlum fonds

Series consists of photographic slides created by Brampton resident Betty Odlum. Betty was an enthusiastic amateur photographer who took pictures all around the Town of Brampton (and sometimes beyond). Her slides document a wide variety of subjects and properties, including various parades, the Dale Estate and other greenhouses, train stations and railway cars, local streets, various local properties including municipal buildings, businesses, churches and private dwellings, the Malton Airport, Bell Canada Brampton employees, area parks, lakes, and creeks, flower beds, and a small number of farms. Related material can be found in the photographic print series.

Royal National Life-Boat Institution, life-boat services

Item is a page, likely used in fundraising for the service. It features three stories of rescue by the Royal National Life-Boat Institution, a list of the 233 lifeboat stations under their management (in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland), the rescues of the institution in 1871, and a small summary of financials and awards received. Featured rescues are the wrecked schooner Hero, by the lifeboat Centurion of Walmer, Kent, United Kingdom on 16 October 1872; the French ketch the Zébre [sic, Zèbre], by the lifeboat Dr. Hatton of Littlestone, 26 October [1872]; and the Lily, trapped on the Hasborough Sands, by the lifeboat British Workman of Palling, Norfolk, 26 October 1872.

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