• Photograph - Arthur A. Schmon receives Honourary Doctorate, 1952

      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."
    • Photograph - Arthur A. Schmon, Eleanore Celeste Schmon and crowd

      A photograph of Arthur A. Schmon with Eleanore Celeste Schmon with a crowd gathered around. The reverse of the picture is stamped "Editorial Associates Ltd. Montreal - Toronto"
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Administrative Building, etc.

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph of the Administrative Buidling, staff dining room and cement sewer as construction continues at Baie Comeau.
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Blasting Rock

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph of the construction at Baie Comeau, with the caption "'Sinking' dynamite for blast in rock immediately behind temporary staff house."
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Dam at Lake LaChasse

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph of the construction of the dam at Lake LaChasse.
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, LaChasse Dam

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph with the caption, "LaChasse dam looking from river to Lake LaChasse".
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Last Railway Spike

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph of the "last spike in the Baie Comeau railway. Photo shows, left to right; A.I.Cunningham, managing engineer of the Ontario Paper Company driving the spike: V.G. Younghusband, vice president of the Foundation Company of Canada; R.W. Shaver, construction manager for the paper company; K.W. Bash, general superintendent, Foundation Company; and His Lordship the Bishop of Quebec.
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Panorama View

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A panoramic view of Baie Comeau, showing the entire site. The photograph has been cut in half and folded. The caption reads "Panorama taken from water tank showing millsite, paper warehouse, temporary townsite to left. Men's cook house in left centre, rock quarry to right, railway lines on right.
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Paper Store House Construction

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph at Baie Comeau with the caption "Cement hoist at work on paper store house construction".
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Railway line

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph with the caption "Railway line, on trestle, immediately behind millsite".
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, Unloading Ship

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph of the ship called "Shelter Bay" as it sits for unloading at the main wharf.
    • Photograph - Baie Comeau, welding railway line

      Associated Screen News Limited (circa 1936)
      A photograph of men working to weld the railway line at Baie Comeau. The caption reads, "Welding railway line as rails joined immediately behind the temporary staff house".
    • Photograph - Log cutting

      A photograph with a male dressed in a shirt and bow-tie cutting a log and two other men in suits standing on either side of the log. They are surrounded by a large crowd.
    • Postcard - December

      Berteaux, M. (2014-11-12)
      This postcard is written in french and appears to be signed by M. Berteaux.
    • Receipt, The Robert Simpson Company 1935

      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.
    • Report of Operations in Mouzon Area, 1918

      A report on the operations in Mouzon starting October 12 through November 6th. The attack took place November 6th according to the report. Also included is a list of prisoners from enemy units.
    • School of the Battery Commander, November 1917

      A book from the School of Battery Commander which is an instruction manual for field artillery. The chapters are titled: Chapter 1 - Definitions, Chapter 2 - The Trajectory, Chapter 3 - Dispersion, Chapter 4 - Use of the "Plan Directeur" or the Map for the Preparation of Fire,
    • Ticket for The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

      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.
    • The Van-Guard (poem)

      Calley, Donald M. (1918-08)
      A poem "written at the front in memory of comrades fallen in action while fighting with the First Battalion of the 5th Field Artillery". The final verse of the poem reads, "But the van-guard on before you, who you follow as is meet, They're the lads you left behind you With the poppies and the wheat!"