Pamphlets pertaining to Churches attended by the family: Colborne United Church: annual reports, 1968-1975; Sunday service programs, 1971-1981; Colborne Pastoral Charge, ca. 1983; correspondence, 1978 Salem United Church, 1955-1963; Rules and Regulations of Salem Cemetery, ca. 1949 “Our Treasured Recipes: Anglican Church Women: St. James’ Roseneath; St. George’s Hastings”, n.d. “United Church Women: Constitution Interim Issue of By-Laws and Handbook”, n.d. “The Dominion Council of The Woman’s Association of the United Church of Canada”, 1959
Miscellaneous items pertaining primarily to Ken Bellamy: School and church records: - school (1934); - church (1950-1955): includes a notebook containing Salem United Church minutes (1955) and records of sales of gladiola bulbs (1956-1960) Personal telephone directories with contact information of friends and acquaintances Greeting cards Single issue of The Normarac, July 1973, Cobourg, Ontario (includes picture of Ken Bellamy) Photograph of Grafton Patrol Garage, July 1965 Photographic reproduction of Elgin Chamberlain, a “friend of Ken Bellamy in his elder years” Lists pertaining to the funeral of Ken Bellamy (d. January 13, 2007) “Ken’s story book” (pages from children’s book); also The House That Jack Built, published on linen, n.d. (poor condition), and Dere Mable: Love Letters of a Rookie by E. Streeter (note: these materials were received in a bundle associated with Ken Bellamy)
Miscellaneous items: - postcards: West gate entrance to Algonquin Park; Oshawa hospital; King Street East, looking West, Oshawa, Ontario - newspaper clippings - Maps: Dominion of Canada and Adjacent Regions; prepared by Natural Resources Intelligence Service, Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa, n.d. Township of Murray in the County of Northumberland; Province of Ontario Office of Public Roads and Highways, n.d. [1915?] Township of Brighton in the County of Northumberland; Province of Ontario Office of Public Roads and Highways, 1915 Also, rolled maps (located in Map Cabinet – Drawer 13): Road Map of the United Counties of Northumberland & Durham, 1924 Road Map of the County of Victoria, 1950 Road Map of the County of Lennox & Addington, 1950
Materials relating to teaching career while at South Cramahe Public School. Includes class and staff photographs (4): Grade 8 class photo 1967; Grade 7-8 class 1969; Grade 8 1969-1970; images of teaching staff included; South Cramahe Public School yearbooks, 1968, 1971. Also letters and notes to the teacher, and newspaper clippings.
Materials relating to teaching career plus other miscellaneous documents, 1930s-1950s (i.e. pertaining to teaching in Morganston, Frankford, and Napanee, Ontario); newspaper clippings; contracts and certificates; photographs (4); correspondence; greeting cards; Teachers’ College Peterborough 50th anniversary invitation (1903-1958); two pins inscribed “Federation of Women Teachers” and “Peterborough Normal School” (1938-1939); pamphlet titled “What They Eat to be Fit is Good for the Health of all Canadians”, n.d.
Loose scrapbook in box: one blue scrapbook filled with greeting cards of congratulations sent to Ken and Ruth Bellamy on the birth of their daughter, Kathryn, born 11 June 1951; also, Christmas, birthday, and Valentine cards received by Kathryn until approximately 6 years old; also “Cradle Roll Certificate of the Salem Sunday School”, 1952 (Note: scrapbook is fragile and many items have become loose)
Loose bundle on shelf: 5 scrapbooks of materials collected by Kathryn Bellamy: re interests and family, 1966-1967, 1967-1974, 1974-1975, 1975-1976, 1980-; items include newspaper clippings, greeting cards, tickets and programs for events, invitations Also, diplomas and certificates of Kathryn Bellamy, 1963-1974
Local history materials collected by Ruth Bellamy, who took several courses in the 1970s. The history mainly encompasses Northumberland County; materials include newspaper clippings, notes from classes, etc. (Note: these items were received in a fragile black binder which has been discarded)
Letters written by Ken Bellamy while overseas during World War II (1940-1945) and sent to his parents, Charles and Olive Bellamy, and his sister, Violet Jones (nee Bellamy); also, Canadian Army discharge certificate, 1945 Postcards sent by Ken Bellamy to his mother, Olive Bellamy, 1940-1943 Greeting cards, generally sent by Ken to his parents (some are dated 1939-1941) Ontario Department of Education “Collegiate Institutes, High Schools and Continuation Schools of Ontario” certificate issued to Ken Bellamy, 30 June 1932