• Receipt, The Robert Simpson Company 1935

      1935-11-21
      A receipt from The Robert Simpson Company limited for four comforters. The receipt is Mrs. A. Schmon's of 30 Yates Street in St. Catharines.
    • Letter - The Ontario Paper Co. Limited to Mr. Arthur A. Schmon, 1949

      The Ontario Paper Company (1949-08-15)
      A letter from The Ontario Paper Co., Limited of Thorold, Ontario. The letter, dated 15 August 1949, celebrates the Thirtieth Anniversary of association between Arthur A. Schmon and the paper company. The letter praises the work of Mr. Schmon, "a leader of progressive thinking and action, a man with a true sense of values, sound judgement and a deep sense of justice". There are ten signatures at the bottom of the letter.
    • Photograph - Arthur A. Schmon receives Honourary Doctorate, 1952

      1952-09-22
      A photograph of Arthur A. Schmon receiving an Honourary Doctorate of Science Degree from Laval University. The reverse of the photo describes the event: "Laval University - Quebec City - September 22, 1952. Arthur A. Schmon receiving Doctorate of Science Degree (honourary). The Right Honourable Louis St. Laurent, K.C., Prime Minister of Canada His Excellency Msgr. Maurice Roy, Archbishop of Quebec, Chancellor of Laval Arthur A. Schmon Behind Archbishop Roy is Cardinal McGuigan of Toronto Msgr. Garant is immediately behind Arthur A. Schmon and about to pin the epitage on his left shoulder. Young Priest immediately behind the Archbishop's chair is Father Garneau, Secretary to Msgr. Parent, Vice-Rector of the University."
    • Invitation - Presentation Party in the Garden of Buckingham Palace, 1953

      1953-05-28
      An invitation to an "Afternoon Presentation Party in the Garden of Buckingham Palace on Thursday 28th May 1953 from 4 to 6 o'clock". The invitation is to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schmon and lists dress attire for ladies and gentlemen.
    • Ticket for The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

      1953-06-02
      A ticket to attend the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2 June 1953. The ticket is for Mrs. Arthur Schmon for seat no. C29.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 20 & 21 September 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The first letter begins with Eleanore Celeste writing a few words in french and discussing a song "oh! Frenchy" that has become popular. She continues to study French and plans to study American History. The second letter describes how the postman came to the door with five letter from Arthur. The letters are labelled number 163.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 September 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      This letter describes outings with Gus and going to the Broad Theatre to see the play "Oh! Boy". She also mentions her friend Margaret who will be married in Atlanta. This letter is labelled number 158.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 1 May 1919

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      A letter from E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon which discusses her attendance at the Broad Theatre to see the play "Tiger! Tiger!". Mrs. Schmon also discusses an outing with friends. the letter is labelled number 269.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 29 & 30 January 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      In this letter Eleanore Celeste talks about attending Church, magazines and her interest in education. She states "the more I learn, the thirstier I am for knowledge." The second letter mentions the Philips estate turning into a seniors facility for women after much talk about it possibly turning into a hospital for wounded officers. This letter is labelled number 50.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 15 February 1917

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      A brief note to Arthur Schmon that reads: " February fifteenth. Dear, This is to let you see that I am not neglecting my duties as a member of the "cheer committee". Remember that the only thing that never goes out of style is a smile, so keep on wearing one. Affectionately, Lessie."
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 14 February 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter discusses Valentine's Day and she has drawn hearts in red ink. She also describes the events of the previous day: Red Cross work, lunch at YWCA, Club meeting. The letter also includes a list of items in a package she has sent to Arthur. The letter is labelled number 56.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 26 January 1920

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter mentions an operation for E.C. Schmon's mother. She intends to spend much of her time at the hospital over the course a few days. She discusses the weather, road development, friends and Christmas cards. The letter is labelled number 110.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 25 February 1920

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      This letter remarks on the arrival of spring and Eleanore Celeste soon reuniting with Arthur. She describes some pain concerning a wisdom tooth cutting and stepping on a tack and then stubbing her foot on her bed. This letter is labelled number 135.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 11 & 12 September 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      Eleanore Celeste describes Arthur's departure for service one year ago. She also discusses a friend, Dick Hart, who was thought to have been a casualty of a torpedoed ship, but is now thought to be safe. She mentions that she will visit Mother Schmon and had played tennis with Gus. The letter is labelled number 159.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 28 June 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter discusses the capture of Cantigny. There are three article clippings attached to the letter describing "Cantigny Fighting Cited", "Co-operation at Cantigny", "The fight at Cantigny...". Eleanore Celeste mentions the number of troops that are said to be arriving weekly (100,000) and that there are 1,000,000 over there now." This letter is labelled number 120.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 24 December 1919

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter mentions that Arthur is located in Shelter Bay. There is mention of a Christmas Eve party and the guests that will attend. The letter is labelled number 81.
    • Conscription Letter Envelope

      2014-10-29
      An envelope from the Army and Navy Department "The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations (in the Field) General Office". The handwritten note on the front reads: "Capsule that decided someone's fate for conscription".
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 25 March 1916

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      This letter discusses how Arthur is now responsible for "directing and supervising the work of ninety men". This letter is labelled number 75.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 24 July 1918

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      This letter mentions an outing to the Mt. Prospect Movies to see Forbes Robertson in "The Passing of the Third Floor Back". This letter is labelled number 132.
    • Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 12 September 1917

      Schmon, Eleanore Celeste (2014-10-29)
      The letter begins describes the sadness of Eleanore Celeste after saying goodbye to Arthur. The second part of the letter discusses bank accounts, bills paid, and the budget for the month of December. She also mentions the possibility of a trip to Shelter Bay in the month of December.