Showing 351 results

Archival description
Text
Print preview View:

351 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Passport

The item contains information on John Savage’s personal life. It is a passport issued by Sir Frederick Haldimand in 1783 allowing entry into Canada.

The Eastern Townships of Quebec: a good place to live and play

Item is a pamphlet published by the Eastern Townships Associated Boards of Trade and Eastern Townships Settlement Society advertising "The Eastern Townships of Quebec: A Good Place to Live and Play." The pamphlet discusses the region's topography, climate, agriculture, settlement opportunities, mining, cities and towns, tourist attractions, and transportation and markets. It dates from around 1947.

Memorial of May Catherine Hunting

The series contains a handwritten memorial for May Catherine Hunting from 1902. It includes information on her burial and life. May Catherine Hunting, first wife of William H. Wood, was born 25 May 1856 and died 18 February 1902.

Letter of Reference for John Ewing

The item contains information on the Ewing family's personal life. It is a Letter of Reference for John Ewing, dated 18 April 1837 from Alexander Crosbie, Buittle, Scotland.

Citizenship

The item contains information on the Ascot Women's Institute activities. It is a paper recounting the citizenship activities that the Ascot Women's Institute performed over the years.

Letter from J Young

The item contains information on Aeneas McMaster's professional activities. It is a letter from Mr. Young to Aeneas McMaster concerning his land.

Letter from George McLeod

The item contains information on Aeneas McMaster's professional activities. It is a letter from George McLeod to Aeneas McMaster concerning his land.

Transfer from James Liddell

The item contains information on the Reynolds’ family professional life. It is a document by which claims are relinquished by James Liddell in favor of Elijah Stewart Reynolds.

Deed of sale, Charles Browne

The item contains information on Annie Ferguson’s ancestors. It is a deed of sale, dated 1671, from Charles Browne to his son John Brown in Essex County, Massachusetts.

Results 1 to 30 of 351