Item is a photograph of the Kingston Fire Department Number 2. , horse drawn wagons in Market Square. The Canadian Bank of Commerce and the Bank of Toronto are in the background.
Item is a photograph of a 'A Sunday Boat Trip' shows several ladies on the dock at the waterfront with smaller rowboats behind.
Martello Towers - Murney
Item is a photograph of a view of the Murney Tower with two couples out front.
Photograph with the caption "a fine team of greys hitched to a hose wagon when K.F.D.(Kingston Fire Department) was composed entirely of horse drawn equipment".
Tete de Pont Barracks
Item is a photograph of an archway entrance to Tete de Pont Barracks with cannon on top of archway.
Excerpt from the "Kingston Gazette",Sept.15,1810. Advertisements include "S.Bartlet-New Cheap goods", "Wadsworth, Romeo-Drugs & Medicines" "Lewis Lyman & Co.-Drugs & medicines" and "Abbot & Bascom -Drugs & Medicines".
Advertisement by future publisher of the Upper Canada Herald, Hugh C. Thomson, published in the Kingston Gazette, 1810. List of goods for sale - cloth, spirits, books etc.
Advertisement for the sale of whiskey by the barrel and a notice of business by cabinet maker Abia B.Sayre.
Advertisement from the 'Kingston Gazette' 1811. This is the first mention of a library in Kingston & reflects the uncertainties of trans-Atlantic shipping.