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The Celebrated Horse: Young Frontenac

  • CA ON00239 F02593
  • Discrete Item
  • 1870

Item is a broadside advertising The Celebrated Horse, the Young Frontenac, who would be willing to stand for mares at various locations in the Kingston area.

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Ontario Bank Building collection

  • CA ON00239 F02594
  • Collection
  • 1893-1907

The collection consists of two bank statement books, a number of signature cards, a bank ledger for June 1907 to October 1907 tallying deposits for a number of banks in the City of Kingston, as well as a "Borrowing Book", 1893-1903, detailling the rental of dinner and glass ware to a variety of citizens and organizations in the Kingston.

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Kingston Historical Society / Produced by the Kingston Historical Society, 1980.

  • CA ON00239 F01481
  • Fonds
  • 1980

Contains the following performances at Fort Henry ; Frontenac, Marie and Pierre, Red George MacDonald, 1837 Rebellion, Nils von Schoultz, Bill Johnson, Coal Boats, the River Never Dies, Pirate; and the following at the Water Front: The River, Bill Johnson and Banis de ses Foyers. Project leader was John G. Spragge.

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Queen's University Miscellaneous Collection

  • CA ON00239 F01538
  • Collection
  • 1839-1984

Colection consists of material related to a wide gamut of Queen's activities and events including texts of addresses, notes related to coat of arms, crest, anniversaries, convocations, songs, student notes, class reunions, visitors, World War One and World War Two.

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Audrey Alexandra Brown

  • CA ON00239 F02032
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1960

The fonds consists of twelve letters written to Audrey Alexandra Brown from Lorne Pierce concerning her manuscripts and their publication.

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Birds-Eye Views collection

  • CA ON00239 F02064
  • Collection
  • 1875-1903

The collection consists of non-photographic, panoramic maps of various Canadian cities and urban centres including Halifax, Lunenburg, Moncton, Montreal, Sherbrooke, Sorel, Brantford, Kingston, London, Ottawa, Port Arthur, Simcoe, St. Catharines, Tillsonburg, Toronto, Morris, Winnipeg, Victoria, and Yukon. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, major Canadian cities and urban centres followed a North American trend in having panoramic maps - more commonly called bird's-eye views - prepared. These non-photographic illustrations viewed cities from above at an oblique angle - a remarkable achievement in the days before aerial photography. They showed street patterns, major landscapes, and a variety of structures including churches, mansions, single dwellings, industrial plants, office blocks, retail and wholesale businesses, and government buildings.

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