Arctic Regions. 1680? De Wit, Frederick Poli Arctici et circumiacentium terrarum descriptio novissima per Fredericum de Wit Amstelodami. [Amsterdam, 1680?] Coloured. "Gedruckt i Amsteldam by Frederick de Wit in de Valverstract aen den Dam in de Wit paseaert." A highly decorative piece consisting of a circular map 17 in. in diameter of the Arctic set within a rectangle 19 x 17 in. with its remaining portions filled with remarkable coloured vignettes of whaling scenes in the northern regions. The Arctic is shown in its standard form for this period ... with Northwest America absent due to lack of available knowledge. Slot 28. (Digitized copy on CD, Hunter donor file).
Calendar of Prisoners: Cobourg Jail, 1846- 1908.
Cramahe and Haldimand Female Tract Society reports Transcription
Diary entry: Gavin A. Gibson 10 Jan 1910 - 21 Feb 1910
Gilbert and Stewart Bagnani fonds 94-016 Transcriptions
Gilbert and Stewart Bagnani fonds. Additions 97-003 Transcriptions
Index to the letters of Walter J Francis
Kenneth & Martha Kidd Wedding photograph, 9 October 1943, Toronto
Kenneth Kidd & Miquette, 1960
Lakefield, Ontario School
Letter: April 2, 1916: S.T. Medd to Mrs. Medd. He's on the course at Shorncliffe and is despondent about getting to the front. Family and local affairs. Describes a dinner party to which he was invited.
Letter: Arthur Ackerman, France, to Sid Medd, 12 November 1915, thanking him for cigarettes. He is at G.H.Q. taking a course on maps at a cadet school.
Letter: Arthur Ross Ackerman, Bustard Camp, Salisbury Plains, to his sister [in Canada], 25 October 1914, describing living conditions and camp life, English reaction to the coming of the Canadians, and expressing a general feeling that they might not be needed at all.
Letter dated 1968 which Delaney wrote to his family shortly after arriving at Trent University
Letter: February 4, 1917: S.T. Medd to Mrs. Medd, describing his return trip to England
Letter: [John or William Thompson], Smith Creek or Port Hope, to an Aunt [in England], 31 January 1820
Letter: John Thompson (Toronto on Smith Creek (Port Hope)) to a friend [in England], 23 June 1819