Kingston

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BT Ontario

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191 Archival description results for Kingston

Artifacts.

Pair of painted chairs ca.1820-1830. Wood and painted wood. The paint is the original paint and the chairs were used by the Strange Family of Kingston.

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Photo of the 'Royal Chair' in the parlour of a private home. The Royal Chair was first used in 1879 on the occasion of a visit by the Marquis and Marchioness of Lorne.

Kemp, Marsden A.

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Excerpt from Richard Cartwright's Letterbook, 1785-1786, which is among the best documentary sources for early commercial history of Kingston. Open at a letter to the Montreal firm of Todd & McGill on the 13th of February 1786.

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An advertisement or invitation showing masked couple dancing. Inscribed 'Annandale...Mardi Gras,1893'.

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Advertisement (Cigar box?) showing many smiling babies and children. Inscribed 'Good Morning. Copyright 1880'.

Powell, James William

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Advertisement (Cigar box?) showing many crying babies and children. Inscribed 'Good Night. Copyright 1880'.

Powell, James William

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Various photos of a cigar box advertising cigars made in Kingston by Oberndorffer Cigar Factory. Photo includes Principal Grant, Shoal Tower and the old Arts Building.

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