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Archief · 1852-

The records contain the following series; Secretaries' and Treasurers' Records 1862-2016;
Awards, Newspaper Clippings

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CA ON00154 2008.6 · Archief · 1825-1860

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.

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CA ON00154 997.15 · Archief · 1874-1889

Fonds consists of the operating papers of the Port Hope Mechanics Institute (later Port Hope Carnegie Free Public Library, and Port Hope Public Library), c1874-1889. Please refer to series-level descriptions for more detailed information.

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William Porte family fonds
Archief · 1862-1898, predominant 1881-1898

The fonds consists of materials related to the personal and business activities of William Porte. Included are diaries, ledgers, and albums and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings. Some material from two of his children (Fred W. and Ida Kate Porte) is included. William Porte’s papers provide an excellent snapshot in the life of a growing Ontario town in the late 19th century. In recent years, Porte's personal papers have been studied and cited extensively, most notably by those researching the infamous February 4, 1880 murder of the Donnelly family. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Diaries Newspaper clippings and scrapbooks Ida Kate Porte’s journal Added material

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Woodstock C.O.C.F. fonds
Stuk · 1902-1905

The fonds consists of one minute book belonging to Woodstock C.O.C.F. Council No. 82 between the years 1902 and 1905.

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Fanny Gross fonds
CA ON00329 F31 · Archief · 1883-1906

The fonds consists mostly of letters written by Fanny Gross to her youngest daughter, Edith. There are also letters written by friends and family to Edith and some letters written by Edith. The letters show that Edith travelled frequently from the Gross family home at 200 Colborne Street West in Whitby to visit relatives and friends in other communities. Subjects of discussion include parties, family, travel, and daily life. Fonds also consists of a copy of The Greatest Thing in The World, An Address by Henry Drummond.

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CA ON00329 F 11 · Archief · 1883-1908

Fonds consists of the records relating to the administration and operation of the Brooklin Council No. 102 of the Royal Templars of Temperance. Series are broken down into administrative, financial, membership, and ceremonial records.

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CA ON00395 F.0018 · Archief · 1904, 1909-1912

The fonds consists of membership handbooks, receipts, a list of membership fees paid, a calendar of 1904 with corrections, and a minute book.

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Stuk · 1916-04-26 - 1919-03-25

The fonds consists of one minute book belonging to the 12th Line Red Cross Club.

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Ruttan family fonds
CA ON00156 2013-42 · Archief · 1860-1920

The fonds consists of 3 boxes of textual records and graphic material about the Ruttan family and Maud Ruttan Way (1889-1952) of Wooler, Ontario, in particular. Includes; diaries, photos, memorial cards, letters, Albert College items, and financial letters.

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Halloway Loyal Orange Lodge
Archief · 1859-1922

This fonds is composed of records from the Halloway Loyal Orange Lodge #251. Four folders each contain a volume ranging from 1859-1875, 1873-1879, 1800-1883 and 1875-1922 respectively. Each of these volumes contains minutes, accounts, members lists and attendance.

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CA ON00154 2018.21.1 · Stuk · 1921 - 1924

Item is a logbook which contains Port Hope Girl Guides attendance records from 1921-1924. Attendance was recorded by Lillian Hamly, Captain of the First Port Hope Company of Girl Guides.

Also found loosely in the book, likely having belonged to Lillian Hamly:
-Captain's Warrant, appointing Lillian Hamly as a Captain of the Girl Guides
-a map of the Lighting System of Port Hope, 1908;
-a receipt for purchased badges
-two (2) records of accomplished troupe tasks
-portrait of H.T. Crossley and John E. Hunter, leading Canadian Evangelists in the later 19th century
-instructions for knitting a sock

CA ON00154 2015.78.1 · Bestanddeel · 1923-1928

File consists of a ledger book including meeting minutes from the Port Hope Old Boys and Girls Association, Toronto Branch, 1923-1928. The book includes many historically important Port Hope Names (i.e. Brockenshire, Snell, Baulch, Merrifield, Skitch, Mackie, Byrne, Davidson, Lockington, Craig, Hacker, McLennan, Clarke, Kelly, McMahon, Wright, Martin, Kerr, etc.). Early meetings were held in the home of William Skitch (311 Jarvis Street, Toronto), with E.C. Merrifield serving as Secretary.

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Archief · 1925-1934

The fonds consists of records related to the operations of Loyal Dereham Centre Lodge No. 179, between 1925 and 1934. It is arranged into the following series and subseries:

    Series 1: Minutes
Series 2: Finances
Subseries A: Financial Statements
Subseries B: Receipts
Series 3: Correspondence
Series 4: Membership
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John Peirson fonds
CA ON00031 A988.033.001 · Archief · 1888-1937

This fonds consists of John Peirson’s diaries with enclosures, for the years: 1888, 1892-1919, 1921-1925, and 1927. His brief daily journal entries include information related to his family, political life, rural life, personal financial information, social engagements, church meetings, weather and farm operations and activities, including ploughing, sowing and the sale of animals. Mr. Peirson also makes mention of world events, including the sinking of the Titanic and the end of the Great War.

Journals after 1919 each continue to have the name “John Peirson” written on the title page, sometimes with the name of the person who gave the diary to him as a gift; however, most entries in those journals appear to have been written either by John’s daughter-in-law, Catherine (Black) Peirson, and/or his daughter, Mary Ann (Peirson) Hilborn, both of whom were living in houses on the homestead with John. These journals include references to “father” and his health. Other topics include social activities, Women’s Institute meetings, social visits, family life, and some financial information.

Enclosures in the diaries, such as invoices, statements and newspaper clippings, reflect some of the businesses in the community, such as W.A. Gerolamy, grocer; J.W. Chittick Burgoyne General Store; and The Tara Creamery. John Peirson’s involvement with the Burgoyne Cheese Company, and family events reported in the newspaper up to 1937 are also reflected in the enclosures.

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CA ON00210 66 · Archief · 1917-1939

Fonds consists of records documenting the incorporation, public reporting, planning, financial, administration and operational records of the FJPT. Included are: the incorporation certificate, committee meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, budgets, annual reports and special reports. FJPT operational records document fund-raising, fund re-distribution and ongoing dialogues with member agencies. Records of specialized, short-lived committees document specific subjects such as salaries, a new community centre, funding of camps, and policies concerning the future of the organization are also included.
Series within this fonds are; 1. Incorporation, 2. Annual Meetings, 3. Annual Reports, 4. Board of Trustees, 5. Constitution Committee, 6. Executive Committee, 7. Budget Committee, 8. Sub-Committee Studying Salaries, 9. Policy Study Committee, 10. Fund-raising Campaign, 11. Federation and Camp Representative Group, 12. Committee on the Community Centre, and 13. Board of Management.

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Dr. Blakslee fonds
Archief · 1915-1940

The fonds consists of Dr. Vanarsdale Blakslee's personal and medical business receipts between the years of 1915 and 1940. There are receipts for medical supplies, tax receipts, and personal receipts such as household bills and car repairs. Many of the medical supply invoices are for products shipped by mail from Toronto or Montreal. Some of these companies in Toronto include: J.F Hartz Co. Limited, Ingram & Bell, Ethical Drug Products Limited, and from Montreal Frank W. Horner Limited, Manufacturing Chemists. The majority of the receipts are from local businesses in Belleville and surrounding areas such as: F.W Jeffery Harware Merchant, Midland, Ontario, F.S Anderson Co. Genuine Scranton Coal, W.H Lattimer Druggist Belleville, Sprague the Cleaner, Greenleaf's Garage Machine Shop Foundry Electrical Contractors, R. Oliphant & Son Butchers, McLaughlin Motor Car Company, Quinte Bicycle Store, The Belleville Pharmacy, E.D Finkle Electrical Contractor, J.S McKeown The Prescription Druggist, Porter, Butler and Payne Barristers, Solicitors Notaries Public etc. The Belleville Vulcanizing Co. J.T Warren Chevrolet Garage, Ed. F. Dickens & Son Bakers and Confectioners, Smith Hardware, Chas J. Symons Gents Furnishings, Hats & Caps, A.B Liddle Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and many more. There are also household bills from the Belleville Gas Department, Belleville Water Works Department, Bell Telephone, Hydro Electric Power Commission and tax receipts from various years.

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Reverend S.C. Murray fonds
CA ON00318 A 6 · Archief · 1940

The Reverend S.C. Murray fonds consists of memoirs written by S.C. Murray concerning life in Port Arthur and church affairs.

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