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The War, 1 February 1814 (vol. 2, no.85)
The War, 8 June 1813 (vol. 1, no.51)
The War, 5 July 1814, (vol. 3, no.107)
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 February 1920
This letter is decorated for Valentine's Day. There is a red cut out hard included that reads "To my Valentine from your Valentine xxxxxx". The second part of the letter talks about how to get to Shelter Bay and Eleanore ...
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 June 1918
Eleanore Celeste has been to visit Arthur Schmon's parents. His father has not been feeling well and takes a week vacation per month. His mother worries because the checks Arthur sends do not come when they should. ...
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 24 November 1919
The letter begins with a retelling of the days activities (washing, cleaning etc.). The second part of the letter mentions the Normans (Canadians). He is connected to a steamship company that travels the St. Lawrence ...
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 6 January 1919
The letter mentions that Eleanore Celeste's mother "is so much better" so she "shall be able to teach several days a week now". She says that "word has just been sent thru the buidling that Theodore Roosevelt died at his ...
Scottish Rite (Masonic Order) French Language Collection, 1787-1825, 1907, n.d.
This collection contains materials relating to freemasonry. All of the material is written in French. The collection consists of 19 books as well as conference papers, a letter, a leaflet and some other papers. The bulk ...
Letter - Cal Cavendish to Sean O'Sullivan, 25 May 1975
A letter from Cal Cavendish of Cavenidish Country in Calgary, Alberta. Cavendish has written a song about former prime minister R. Honourable John Diefenbaker. He has included the lyrics to his song. A few of the lyrics: ...
Brock Essay - The Political Culture of Ontario
An essay submitted by Sean O'Sullivan to Professor W.A. Matheson, 25 April 1977. The focus of the essay is stable government, "As one of the chief, if not the predominant, force in giving Confederation its political shape, ...