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A2006.022.040-.045 - Minute books

This series consists of Centre Bruce County Loyal Orange Lodge minute books, reflecting the business of the district: .040 Minute book, 1904-1920 .041 Cargill District minute book, 1909-1917 .042 Minute book, 1931 -1945 .043 Minute book, 1946-1949 .044 Minute book, 1952-1955 .045 Minute book, 1959-1964

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A2009.202.038 - Feb. 9, 1916 newspaper clipping re: Paisley enlistments with 160th Battalion

A digital image of a small newspaper clipping dated Feb. 9, 1916, listing names of Paisley men, as well as Greenock and Bruce Township men, who enrolled with the 160th Bruce Battalion: Parker, Horace McKerracher, Duncan G. Patterson, James Sparrow, Wilmer John Jack, William McGregor, H. Gladstone Beaton, John Brown, Bernard Dobson, Frank Dobson, John Dobson, Robert McDonald, Murdoch McLaren, Stewart Alexander Rolston, John Stewart, George Woodcock, William Bain, Andrew Campbell, Edgar Grainger, William Maloney, Christopher McGillivray, James McGregor, Rob Roy McGregor, R. Bruce Wells, Francis Edward Symon, James

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A2009.220.001 - Daniel Roppel postcard

This is a digital image of the front of a postcard featuring Gunner Daniel Roppel #308698 standing in military uniform of the First World War, in front of a studio backdrop. Born in Paisley, Ontario, he enlisted in the 65th Battalion at Prince Albert on November 17, 1915, and also served with the 44th Battery CFA.

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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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A2010.099.1018 - Reports and correspondence - fishing and hunting

This is folder is part of series 2, file 5 (Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation related documents - Fishing rights), of the Peter Schmalz fonds. It contains documents related to Indian fishing and hunting rights. Item list: "Report on traditional games, gambling & sports among the Ojibwa of the Great Lakes" / prepared for Shawanaga First Nation, 1991. "Hansard Official Report of Debates, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, excerpts" December 2, 1992 re: hunting and fishing in Algonquin Park (1 p.) "Notes for remarks" / by Mike Harris, Leader Ontario PC Party, re: "Emergency Public Meeting, Pembroke Outdoors Sportsman's Club," Feb. 10, 1992. Correspon

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AT2017.003.047 - Cash book : Village of Paisley

Cash book for the village of Paisley, 1921-1926.

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A2010.099.1393 - Plan shewing the subdivision of lot 35 on the west side of Queen Street North and on part of Park Lots 15 on Cambridge and North Streets in the Village of Paisley

This map is part of the Peter Schmalz fonds, series 6, file 3 (Walkerton and area history resources - Original records.) This is a reproduction plan of a portion of Paisley, specifically the NW corner of Queen and Sayers Street. The plan was authorized by proprietor Dowling. It was certified correct from survey by Robert Johnson, PLS, May 31, 1860. It was "recorded and filed" in June 1860. The number "28" is written on the front and back. [Plan 28]

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A2010.099.1394 - Plan of the subdivision of part of lot 25 on the west side of Queen Street South in the Village of Paisley, Co. Bruce

This map is part of series 6, file 3 (Walkerton and area history resources - Original records.) This is a reproduction plan of a portion of Paisley, specifically the SE corner of Rowe and Queen Streets. The plan was authorized by proprietor Samuel Rowe. It was certified correct from survey by Robert Johnson, PLS, Dec. 4, 1865. It was "recorded and filed" on December 13, 1865. The number "39" is written on the front and back. [Plan 39]

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A2010.099.1400 - History of the County of Bruce : "labor omnia vincit"

This item is part of Peter Schmalz fonds, series 7, file 2 (Regional history resources - articles and manuscripts). This is a transcript of the manuscript of John McNabb "History of the County of Bruce." This paper was created in or around 1896 response to County Councils offering of a prize of $50 for the best paper on the history of the county. [For more information about the contest, see "Author's Introduction" in Norman Robertson's "History of the County of Bruce." This paper is outlines the history of several minor municipalities within the County of Bruce: Paisley, Port Elgin, Inverhuron, Wiarton, Hepworth, Allenford, Southampton, Kincardine Township, Chesley, Chantry Island, a

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A2010.099.1427 - County town research notes and Huron Signal clippings

This folder is part of the Peter Schmalz fonds, Series 6, File 1 (Walkerton and area history resources - Research notes and newspaper clippings). This folder consists of research card notes concerning the issue of which town would become the county town for Bruce County, primarily referring to articles in the Huron Signal and Huron and Bruce Advertiser newspaper between 1863 and 1866. Includes some copies of the articles.

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A2010.099.1510 - Index of by-laws and proceedings of the United, Provisional and Municipal Councils of the County of Bruce from 1850-1906 inclusive

This item is part of the Peter Schmalz fonds, Series 7, File 1 (Regional history resources - reports and documents). This book contains an index of bylaws, as well as information about the government of Bruce County, including: a) List of wardens from 1850-1906 b) List of county councillors from 1850-1906 c) Index of county by-laws, listed by subject. There are handwritten markings and notes in the "County Town Question" section and "Southampton"section.

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A2012.049.001 - Letters from Emerson Pearce to sister

Photocopies of memorabilia of Emerson Pearce, who fought in WWI. The bulk of the material includes correspondence written by Emerson to his sister Lillian Pearce. Included is a letter to Emerson's father, Albert, from a soldier who tried to help Emerson when he was wounded. Also included is a copy from the Book of Remembrance from Veterans Affairs Canada, a profile of Emerson on VAC, and a colour copy of Emerson's military portrait. At the back of the binder is a copy of news article about Emerson's death, a letter from the Overseas Ex-Service Mens Association, and a note from the Censor.

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A2012.070.002 - Mildmay Rotary Club Program

A white program entitled "Charter Presentation Exercises of the Mildmay Rotary Club at Town Hall, Mildmay, Ontario." The program is for an event that took place Monday, November 15, 1943 at 7 pm. It was sponsored by The Rotary Club of Paisley, Ontario. Included is a list of officers, directors and charter members with the Mildmay Rotary Club. Handwritten notes cover the inside jacket. Autographs of members are signed on the back jacket.

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A2014.003.0554 - Elderslie Township scrapbooks

This scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs and notes, generally created between 1950 and 1965, concerning the history and events of the former Township of Elderslie, which later formed part of the Municipality of Arran-Elderslie, as well as the Town of Chesley and Village of Paisley. It also contains handwritten notes made by Bruce Krug about local history discussions following visits with local residents, including: Volume 1 George Anderson, June 1951 Charles Smellie, July 1951 David and Mabel Lillico, June 1953 Charles Barber, July 1953 Gilbert McLaughlin, August 1954 Vesta Cemetery, September 1954 Jennie and Tom Paterson, November 1954 Richard Blakeway, April 1

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A2014.003.0556 - Greenock Township scrapbook

This scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs and notes, generally created between 1950 and 1979, concerning the history and events of the former Township of Greenock, which later formed part of the Municipality of Brockton. It also contains handwritten notes about local history discussions made by Bruce Krug following visits with local residents, including: Bill Wagner, July 1953 Harvey Grice, October 1955 Cecil McArthur, May 1960 John ("Jack") Bechberger, Becker, May 1960 Topics of articles, notes, and visit discussions include people, rural life, experiences at logging camps, fires destroyed Kraemer woodworking shop, Riversdale Hotel and Cargill Dairy Barn, telephone

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A2014.049.171 - Gillies Hill Women's Institute Tweedsmuir community history

Gillies Hill Women’s Institute Tweedsmuir Community History Volume #1 (as numbered by the Women's Institute) Vinyl covers with posts, Women's Institute cover. Contains: Military WWI and WWII - write-ups and photographs

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A2014.049.172 - Gillies Hill Women's Institute Tweedsmuir community history

Gillies Hill Women’s Institute Tweedsmuir Community History Volume #2 (as numbered by the Women's Institute) Vinyl covers with posts, Women's Institute cover

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A2014.049.173 - Gillies Hill Women's Institute Tweedsmuir community history

Gillies Hill Women’s Institute Tweedsmuir Community History Volume #3 (as numbered by the Women's Institute) 1984-1986 Vinyl covers with posts, Women's Institute cover

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A2014.049.174 - Gillies Hill Women's Institute Tweedsmuir community history

Gillies Hill Women’s Institute Tweedsmuir Community History Volume #4 (as numbered by the Women's Institute) 1959-2015 Black binder.

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A2014.049.317 - Paisley Women's Institute minute book

Paisley Women’s Institute Minute Book #1 (as numbered by the Women's Institute): June 1928-February 1930

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A2014.049.318 - Paisley Women's Institute minute book

Paisley Women’s Institute Minute Book #2 (as numbered by the Women's Institute): April 1930-September 1936

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A2014.049.319 - Paisley Women's Institute minute book

Paisley Women’s Institute Minute Book #3 (as numbered by the Women's Institute): April 1936-March 1941

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A2014.049.320 - Paisley Women's Institute minute book

Paisley Women’s Institute Minute Book #4 (as numbered by the Women's Institute): April 1941-March 1946

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A2014.049.321 - Paisley Women's Institute minute book

Paisley Women’s Institute Minute Book #5 (as numbered by the Women's Institute): April 1946-May 1951

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A2014.049.322 - Paisley Women's Institute minute book

Paisley Women’s Institute Minute Book #6 (as numbered by the Women's Institute): May 1951-March 1958