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Port Hope Fall Fair Programs

  • ON00154 2003.47
  • Series
  • 1972-2011

Series consists of Fall Fair programs for the years: 1972, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 (x2), 2003 (x2), 2004-2011.

Port Hope and District Agricultural Society

Port Hope Fall Fair Prize Lists

  • ON00154 2009.2.1
  • Series
  • 1926

Series consists of Port Hope Fall Fair prize lists / books for the years: 1926, 1942,1943, 1944,1945, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951,1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1965, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994.

Port Hope and District Agricultural Society

"B is for Barns" Research Project Binders

  • ON00154 2014.2
  • Series
  • 2013

Series consists of three (3) binders entitled "B is for Barns," 2013. The binders contain photographs and information on various barns around Northumberland County, and formed part of the research project/exhibit undertaken by the Port Hope & District Agricultural Society for the Port Hope Fair in 2013. Specifically includes: Township of Alnwick Haldimand, Hamilton Township, and the Municipality of Port Hope.

Port Hope and District Agricultural Society

"The Great Farini" Research Images, 1996

  • 996.7.2
  • Series
  • 1996

Series consists of various images collected by S. Peacock during the creation of "The Great Farini," 1996. It includes: Research images, mostly from Archives of Ontario; Farini's Art, miscellaneous original sources listed; Anne Muller, Farini, images; Lulu & Edith Farini; Lulu images; Krao; Miscellaneous (Archives of Ontario); Miscellaneous Images; Port Hope and area images.

Peacock, Shane

"The Great Farini" Biographical Information

  • ON00154 996.9.1
  • Series
  • 1996

Series consists of research notes compiled by S. Peacock during the publication of "The Great Farini," 1996. It has been arranged into forty-seven (47) files: (1) Early years: ca. 1859-1960s, miscellaneous note; (2) Niagara Falls; (3) Blondin; (4) New York "Clipper" notes and articles, 1857-1897; (5) Farini's childhood and youth - Lockport, New York; Hope township, Bowmanville; (6) Published short biographies; (7) Autobiography; (8) North American Circus days 1860-1862; (9) North American Circus days 1863-65; (10) North American Circus days 1872-79; (11) North American Circus days 1880-89; (12) North American Circus days 1860-90, miscellaneous; (13) British Showman days, 1866-1898; (14) British Showman days, 1865-69; (15) British Showman days, 1866-98, miscellaneous; (16) British Showman days, 1870s; (17) British Showman days, later days; (18) Inventions, includes Knapp roller boat, patent copies; (19) Kalahari Desert Expedition; (20) Lulu - Louis Farini, aka Sam Wasgott, El Nino and Lu Farini; (21) Farini and the American Civil War; (22) Farini's Stilt Walk at Niagara Falls, 1864; (23) Toronto, 1899-1910; (24) Personal Correspondence, 1879-1927, copies of letters and postcards to and from Farini, his wife, son, brother, niece; (25) Farini's land ownership information, Hope Township, Port Hope, London, Toronto, Dresden, etc; (26) Farini's Art; (27) Farini's poetry, short stories, essays & others, writings; (28) Farini's history of World War I; (29) "How to Grow Begonias"; (30) Anna Muller Farini's diary, 1917; (31) Anna Muller Farini's translation; (32) Record copy of Anna Muller Farini's photo album; (33) stock and investments; (34) Farini's death; Krao's death, interview notes; (35) 1945 Estate sale; (36-37) Genealogy, Farini, Hunt, Soper and Marsh; (38) Farini's sons; (39) Alice Carpenter Farini; (40) Mary Osborne; (41) Chronology, 1762-1995; (42) Correspondence to research institutions by other researchers before Shane Peacock; (43) Inventory and notes of Farini Papers at Archives of Ontario; (44) Bibliographic sources - British; (45) Scattered Bibliographic information; (46) Record copies of photographs; (47) Photocopies of images and information from books, sources listed.

Peacock, Shane

Dr. Hawkins School - Building and Planning

  • ON00154 2011.16.2
  • Series
  • 1950-1970s

Series consists of notes, proposals, architectural drawings and building plans for the construction or renovation of the following schools in Port Hope: Central Public School, Howard Jordan Public School, Port Hope Elementary School (unspecified), and Dr. M.S. Hawkins Senior Public School. Most plans were contracted to Barnett & Rieder Creighton Architects and dated between 1950 and 1970.

Dr. M.S. Hawkins Senior Public School

Howard Jordan Public School Building Plans

  • ON00154 2009.40.7
  • Series
  • 1958-1993

Series consists of two (2) building plans: Original building blueprints dated 1958, and revised grounds plans from February 1993.

Howard Jordan Public School

Port Hope High School "Blue N' White" Yearbook

  • ON00154 2014.16.3
  • Series
  • 1953-1954

Consists of one yearbook from Port Hope High School titled "Blue N' White." The yearbook is from 1956-1957. The yearbook includes photos of students, staff, activities, events, sports team and clubs.

Port Hope High School

Olde Tyme Christmas Tiles

  • ON00154 2013.48.1-4
  • Series
  • 1987-1997

Series consists of (4) Olde Tyme Christmas Tiles, 1987-1997. It includes: (1) C.N. Station (1987); (2) Capitol Theatre (1993); (3) Ganaraska Region Archives (1995); (4) Brand Farmhouse (1997).

Olde Tyme Christmas Committee

Marriage bonds

  • Series
  • Microfilmed 1984

bonds attesting to the absence of legal impediments to a marriage. Bonds dating from 1763-1864 and 1870-1871, record the name, place of residence, marital status, and the occupation of the groom. Separate forms were used for adherents of the established church (Church of England) and for other Protestants or Dissenters. Those for Dissenters include the name and religious affiliation of the minister, while those for the Church of England include only the parish name. If the parties involved were under the age of majority or in the military, letters of permission are attached to the bond. The existence of a bond is not proof that the marriage actually occurred as the bond was furnished in application for a marriage licence and not as a record of marriage. The bonds are arranged chronologically. The Nova Scotia Government was involved in regulating the process followed for the solemnization of marriage from the beginning of British rule in the colony (1763). Through the provision of marriage licences, government provided an alternative process of marriage to the reading of banns in church. The Nova Scotia Provincial Secretary's Office was responsible for the issuing of licences under the Governor's seal and signature. In practice, licences were provided in bulk to local officials to issue upon receipt of the appropriate bond or application.

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