This fonds consists of one black and white photograph of the funeral parade of General Sir Sam Hughes taken on Friday August 26, 1921. It also consists of one black and white photograph of a reception and speech of Col. Sam Hughes at Lindsay, Ontario, on his return from the Boer War, on October 3, 1900.
This item is a copy of an autobiography of Hon. Sir William Howland as dictated by him in 1906, with 12 appendices and a family tree. Topics covered include Confederation, Red River Colony 1857-58, militia matters, Reciprocity Treaty negotiations of 1865, Reform party politics and separate schools.
This collection consists of 41 reproductions of sketches including Toronto street scenes from 1882, Lindsay, Peterborough in 1882, Belleville, and Kingston, all in Ontario as well as some reproductions from sites in Quebec.
This item is a minute book of the Agricultural Society of the Township of Smith. This item includes minutes of meetings from January 1855 to October 1904; lists of officers; lists of successful competitors at agricultural shows; and broadsides advertising agricultural shows. The book contains (pasted to the inside back cover) a letter dated May 11, 1887 from A. Blue of the Ontario Department of Agriculture who acknowledges that the Smith, Ennismore and Lakefield Agricultural Society has been duly recognized and incorporated. Reference is made to a certificate from the West Peterborough Electoral District [Agricultural] Society recognizing the Smith Township society.
Collection consists of 3 compact disks of speeches given at various Smith-Ennismore Historical Society meetings. One of the CDs is of a speech called "Follow the Dream," about millwright Adam Scott, given by Robert Scott Dunford in September 2003. Another CD is of a speech called "Running a Living Mill," about Tyrone Mills, given by Robert Shafer in March 2004. The third is of a speech called "The Roy Collection of Chemong Park," given by Mary Lavery in May 2004.
This collection consists of material relating to campus unrest at Simon Fraser University and the University of Toronto. Also includes materials regarding the Waffle wing of the National Democratic Party.
This fonds consists of the records of the professional association of camp directors, including its charter, membership lists, correspondence, minutes, and its journal of papers presented at its meetings.
This fonds consists of administrative papers of the Society of Camp Directors and includes minutes, bylaws, and correspondence. Also included are transcripts of interviews with past Society presidents, materials relating to the Society writing awards, and slides of Society members.
This addition to the fonds consists of minutes, by-laws, correspondence, financial records, and membership lists of the Society of Camp Directors. Also included is a questionnaire on canoe trip practices and a proposal for a new project titled "Why Children go to Camp."
Fonds includes several SCD Writing Awards submissions and copies of papers presented at SCD meetings. Also included are binders of correspondence, minutes of meetings, brochures and pamphlets, etc. related to the SCD.
This fonds consists of three scrapbooks of assorted clippings covering such topics as: handicrafts, holidays, poetry and song. Also includes attendance records, trustee meetings, teachers contacts and other education related records for School Section No. 10, Brock Township, Ontario.
This item is carbon copy of a typescript history of St. Andrew's United Church titled "One Hundred Years' History of St. Andrew's Church, Peterborough 1833-1933." It was written and later published by E. Bruce Fowler.
This fonds consists of photocopies of letters written by Stafford F. Kirkpatrick to his brother Alexander in Dublin, with a few to his brother William regarding family and friends, business matters, local news, comments on the political situation in Canada, St. John's Church in Peterborough, Thomas A. Stewart and his family, and the Rebellion of 1837. The records cover the period between April 1831 and November 1851.