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Account book

  • CA ON00239 F00008
  • Discrete Item
  • 1926-1930

Records, maple syrup sales in the Bay of Quinte area.

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Anglican Primates Scrapbook collection

  • CA ON00239 F01001
  • Collection
  • 1928-1931

The fonds consists of scrapbooks created by an unknown individual in honour of various Canadian Anglican Primates.

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Architectural Measured Drawings collection

  • CA ON00239 F02149
  • Collection
  • 1871-1963

The drawings represent heritage buildings in many towns and regions in southern Ontario such as Adolphustown, Bath, Claireville, Cobourg, Cornwall, Grafton, Islington, Kingston, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Perth, Port Hope and Toronto. Two northern towns are represented by North Bay and Penetanguishene. The drawings represent a variety of structures from churches, clubs and rectories to commerical buildings, factories and mills. The material is organized alphabetically according to town or region.

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Architectural Specifications Copybook

  • CA ON00239 F02417
  • Discrete Item
  • 1895-1910

Unbound copybook with approximately 150 pages. The copybook contains detailed sets of instructions and specifications for all of the various building trades for a number of different buildings in the Kingston and Ottawa area. Includes spcifications for the Bell Telephone building and Cooks Presbyterian Church in Kingston and a number of residences on O'Connor Street in Ottawa.

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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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