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Name Arkell, William (Billie)

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Image of A2012.010.002 - Teeswater and Culross service men

A2012.010.002 - Teeswater and Culross service men

This type-written letter names the service men whose portraits were included in W.J. Freeman's window display (See A2012.010.002). Letter includes an addition at the bottom addressed to "Dear Friends", explaining the window display, and signed "From your old Friend, W.J. Freeman." Names include: Arkell, William (Billie) Arscott, Walter Bellamy, Gib. Brown, Bert Bryce, I. Carter, George Chapple, David Chapple, Stan Cranin, Frank Cronin, John Daw, Fred Dickison, Earl Doerr, Albert Elliott, Harold Elliott, Mac Gillies, Donald Grant, Donald Grubb, Alfred Halliday, Harly Halliday, Sinclair Hardy, Eldon Herd, Don Houston, Hugh Hughes, Sam Hunter, Jack Hyslop, Don H

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A2012.010.006 - Legal agreement between the Arkells

A copy of an unsigned agreement between Henry Arkell, William J. Arkell, Frederick S. Arkell and Peter Arkell, all Farmers and Sheep Dealers in Culross Township. Agreement: "that all the Stock and Assets and the Goods, Chattels and personal property belonging to the partnership is to be sold and disposed of" and "parties of the First Part are to be allowed to occupy the following Rooms in the Dwelling House on said Lot Eleven...". Property mentioned is Concession 9, Lot 11 in Culross Township.

Image of A2012.010.008 - Summerhill Stock Farm [sales records]

A2012.010.008 - Summerhill Stock Farm [sales records]

One receipt book used as a sales record for Summerhill Stock Farm, Teeswater. Contains hand-written records of what stock was sold, to whom, and where between September 1920 and September 1923. Most sheets are singular, but there are some that still have a fold-out section for a carbon copy. The letterhead text, in red typeset, at the top of each page reads: "W.J. Arkell / F.S. Arkell / H.C. Arkell / Summerhill Stock Farm / P. Arkell & Sons, Props. America's Headquarters for Prize Winning Oxford Down Sheep / Teeswater, Ont., Can. / R.R. No. 1"

Image of A2012.010.009-.010 - Correspondence from Fred Arkell

A2012.010.009-.010 - Correspondence from Fred Arkell

Letters from Fred Arkell to his brother William Arkell in late spring 1911 concerning business and personal matters. .009 - Letter May 28 1911 - Fred writes about "155 rams", a potential sale, and includes "I want you to write me often not once a month" .010a - Letter June 19 - Fred writes about shearing ewes, "Elwen wants you to get her fifteen yds instead of 14 yds", "Henry Arkell said you was getting him a ram subject to Inspection" .010b - Envelope with stamp dated "Teeswater Ont June ___, 20 11" and "Bristol 12.30 pm June 20 11." There are two addresses: one for the Terminus Hotel in Bristol, England that is crossed out. The other is for Point [Levin?] Cattle Quarantine, Quebec,

Image of A2012.010.014-.016 - Business correspondence to W.J. Arkell

A2012.010.014-.016 - Business correspondence to W.J. Arkell

.014 - Handwritten note on telegraph paper from George Adams & Sons in Faringdown, Berkshire, England to William J. Arkell Esp. in Terminus Hotel, Bristol, England dated June 21, 1911. Note is in regards to buying a Ewe lamb from Adams, a breeder of Pure Oxford Down Sheep and Berkshire Pigs. .015 - Handwritten note on telegraph paper from George Adams & Sons in Faringdown, Berkshire, England to William J. Arkell Esp. in Terminus Hotel, Bristol, England dated June 26, 1911. Note is in regards to buying a Ewe lamb from Adams, a breeder of Pure Oxford Down Sheep and Berkshire Pigs. .016a, b - A type-written letter and envelope addressed from Alfred Mansell & Co., College Hill, Shrewsbury,

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A2012.010.018a-b - Legal correspondence regarding wild animals

A type-written letter and envelope from Robertson and McNab - Barristers, Solicitors, Conveyancers - from Walkerton, Ontario to William J. Arkell, Esq, Teeswater, Ontario. Letter appears to be a response to an inquiry by William Arkell re: Goetz. Letter is in regards to a fox on a "Mr. Button's" land that was killed. Letter explains "there is no property in wild animals, the person killing same or reducing same into his possessions, being the one entitled to such wild animal." Quotes the Game & Fisheries Act of 1914 and refers to the rules of putting up signs.

Image of A2012.010.001 - Print, Photographic

A2012.010.001 - Print, Photographic

This photograph features a window display containing the photographic portraits of service men from Teeswater and Culross. The display was in W.J. Freeman's store window. According to a note typed by Freeman dated May 27, 1943, the photos "created quite an interest and helped to put the fourth Victory Loan over the top. The slogan was 'Back the Attack' by buying bonds and 'Back our Boys.'" Names of individuals listed in the letter (see A2012.010.002) include: Freeman, William J. Arkell, William (Billie) Arscott, Walter Bellamy, Gib. Brown, Bert Bryce, I. Carter, George Chapple, David Chapple, Stan Cranin, Frank Cronin, John Daw, Fred Dickison, Earl Doerr, Albert Elliott, Harol