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A2003.025.001 - Certificate of Service in the Great European War presented to Private David Stewart Finlayson

This Certificate of Service in the Great European War was presented to Private David Stewart Finlayson, known as "Stewart." His photograph is taped to the certificate, such that it shows through the oval opening above the caption "He served his country". The colourful certificate includes images of a portrait of King George V, battleship, mounted soldier, beaver, rifles, swords and field guns. Information inscribed on the Certificate includes "Pte. David Stewart Finlayson. Enlisted at Kincardine Ont. Feb. 10, 1916, in the 160 Bruce Battalion C.E.F."

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A2003.025.002 - Certificate of Service in the Great European War presented to the Private John S. Finlayson family

This Certificate of Service in the Great European War was presented to the Private John Stanley Finlayson family after he was killed in action on the August 30, 1918 in Arras, France. His photograph is taped to the certificate, such that it shows through the oval opening above the caption "He served his country". The colourful certificate includes images of a portrait of King George V, battleship, mounted soldier, beaver, rifles, swords and field guns. Information inscribed on the Certificate includes "Pte. John S. Finlayson. Enlisted at Kincardine Ont. Feb. 16, 1916. In 160th Bruce Battalion C.E.F. Inscribed on the back of the photograph "John Stanley Finlayson. Killed in Action

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A2006.207.011 - Veterans Remember : George Barnett, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of George Barnett, Kincardine Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2006.019.002 - Sketches of our town - Kincardine

Video - Sketches of Our Town - Kincardine Sketches of Our Town was an ongoing series for television, hosted and narrated by veteran broadcaster Harvey Kirck. The series, in half hour weekly episodes, looked at the folklore and history of communities across the country - a portrait of a people and a nation.

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A2006.022.028-.029 - Minute books

Two minute books of the Royal Scarlet Chapter of West Bruce District Loyal Orange Lodge, reflecting the business of the chapter: .028: Minute Book, 1950-1957 .029: Minute Book, 1958-1970

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A2006.022.052-.057 - Newspaper clippings

Collection of newspaper clippings concerning Bruce County Orange Lodges: .052 ""Orange and Proud of It: parade one of pride, not hate"", Sun Times, 1998 .053 "Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge donated $250 to the Women's House", with photo of Master Art McCormick and Peggy Schankula .054 "'Youth lodge' marches in 170th Orange Parade", Toronto Star .055 L.O.L. Lodges form one county group" re: amalgamation of West Bruce and North Bruce, Kincardine News, 1985 .056 "Thirty-five Lodges participate in 209th Orange Celebration", with photos of Bethel, Kinloss, Clinton lodges in parade, Kincardine News, 1970 .057 "Boyne Anniversary Celebrants" re: Orange Lodges in West Bruce & Kinloss L.O.L. mem

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A2006.022.059-.062 - 100th and 110th anniversary certificates

This folder consists of: .061 Anniversary Certificate from Michael D. Harris, Premier of Ontario, for 100th Anniversary of Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge No. 765, 1998 .060 Anniversary Certificate from Barb Fisher, M.P.P. Bruce, for 100th Anniversary of Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge No. 765, 1998 .059 Anniversary Certificate from Town of Kincardine for 110th Anniversary of Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge No. 765, 2008.

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A2006.022.062-.063 - Correspondence file

This file consists of two letters addressed to the Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge: .062 Correspondence "To be read in open lodge" from The Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West to "all Orange Bretheren", September 19, 1961; .063 Correspondence from Ralph Haldenby to members of the former Kinloss Lodge and of the former Kincardine Lodge re: death of William Haldenby of Kinlough, 1988

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A2006.022.064 - Cash book ledger

Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge Cash book which includes membership and dues lists from 1930 - 1991.

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A2006.022.065-.068 - Annual returns

Loyal Orange Lodge Association of British America Annual Returns filed by Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge #765 for 1978, 1982 and 1983. They include some financial information, such as estimated value of hall, real estate and lodge property, as well as names of the Lodge's officers.

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A2006.022.071-.301 - Loyal Orange Lodge membership certificates

This series consists of 230 Membership Certificates collected by Kincardine Loyal Orange Lodge #765 as various Bruce County Loyal Orange Lodges disbanded over the years. The Certificates were granted by a variety of lodges including those within and outside of Bruce County. See attached finding aid for list of member names recorded on each certificate.

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A2006.207.002 - Veterans Remember : Ken Linklater, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of Ken Linklater, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2006.207.006 - Veterans Remember : Charles Mann, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of Charles Mann, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2006.211.018 - Loyal Orange Lodge Royal Black Preceptory photograph album

A photo album, 22 pages of photographs featuring Orange Lodge public activities and gatherings in Bruce County and beyond. Locations of activities include Meaford, Orillia, Tara, Wiarton, Collingwood, Mount Forest, Kincardine, Purple Valley, and Brampton. Photographs and summary of James Sparling's involvement with the Loyal Orange Lodge are included.

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A2006.211.040 - Loyal Orange Lodge clippings

Folder of newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to Orange Lodges of Bruce County, collected by Mr. Robert Edgson. Lodges mentioned in the articles include: Tara Preceptory #436, Bruce West, Provincial Grand Chapter of Ontario West, Kincardine #765, Bruce County #207, Dundalk Black Knights and Chesley #818. Includes articles with photographs.

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A2007.034.001 - Samuel Needham

Framed reproduction colour photograph of Samuel Needham, Label on framed glass "Samuel Needham 1825-1909."

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A2007.080.006 - Veterans Remember : Lester Ferguson, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of Lester Ferguson, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2007.079.001 - Kincardine 1848 - 1984, with clippings enclosed

Inserted in this book are numerous newspaper clippings related to topics covered in the book. Also includes an original colour photograph of a fire at Malcolm Furniture. This book is based on documents, reports, interviews and written accounts concerning the history of Kincardine. A blend of these sources makes this book interesting and informative and covers all aspects of community life. (ISBN-0-969-899-1-0) Chapter headings, include "A light on:" Our beginnings The harbour The railway Council Religion Education Industry Military Main Street Recreation Guiding and scouting Service clubs Town bands People, places and events

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A2007.080.003 - Veterans Remember : Alfred Rackley

An oral history video interview of Alfred Rackley, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2007.080.005 - Veterans Remember : John Westell, Lucknow

An oral history video interview of John Westell, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2007.080.009 - Veterans Remember : Charles Merritt, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of Charles Merritt, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2009.160.005 - Veterans Remember : Arthur Turland, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of Arthur Turland, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2010.091.013 - Veterans Remember : Norman Taylor, Kincardine

An oral history video interview of Norman Taylor, Kincardine, Ont., about his experiences during the Second World War.

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A2010.099.0784a - The County Town question

This book is part of the Peter Schmalz fonds, Series 1, File 6 (Research library of published books - Local history books). This book was printed and published by the Walkerton Historical Society in association with Echo Graphics, Wiarton in 1983, with the assistance of the Town of Walkerton and a grant from New Horizons (Ministry of Health and Welfare). This is copy number 458 out of 2,000 and it is signed by the author, Peter S. Schmalz. This book reviews the passionate struggle to win the designation as County Town for Bruce County. Ten sites were proposed by the reeves: They were Walkerton, Paisley, Kincardine, Southampton, Riversdale, Teeswater, Pinkerton, Greenock Town Plot,

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A2010.099.1303 - Canadian National Railways local time tables

This item is part of the Peter Schmalz fonds, series 6, file 3 (Walkerton and area history resources - original records and photographs). This timetable includes schedules for the following routes with Bruce County stops: Palmertson and Kincardine Hamilton, Brantford and Southampton Wiarton, Owen Sound and Port Dover Also includes a map on the outer last page of the Canadian National Railways Grand Trunk Railway System, Central Vermont Railway. Inscribed in pen on top of front page "Katheryn Kerry & Susan Flood, IOF"