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Jean-Guy Patenaude fonds

  • JGP
  • Fonds
  • 1967-1971

Fond consists of one series: Saint Patrick's College memorabilia (1967-1971).

Jean-Guy Patenaude

Diaries and scrapbooks

This series consists of yearly diaries kept by Richard Hoff, which detail his appointments, notes, errands, travels, observances, and other daily engagements and activities; they also contain ticket stubs and newspaper clippings, mainly in the form of obituary notices. In addition, there are nine German Language Club scrapbooks (1947-1986). These contain meeting and event notices and related newspaper clippings, posters, number of attendees at meetings, lists of club officers and exhibition notices. The Ottawa scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings from local papers about Ottawa and its history.

Corporate projects

Series consists of plans of corporate projects created by Jon Hobbs. The series is composed of 4 sub-series: Commercial Developments, Hotels, Industrial, and Recreation.

Government projects

This series consists of buildings funded primarily by the municipal provincial and federal government. This series contains two sub-series: Education and health-care.

Church plans

This series consists of churches that Jon Hobbs was involved in planning and designing. The projects included in this series are: the United Pentecostal Church in Mississauga Ontario; handicapped access and renovations to St. John's Anglican church - Stirling Ontario; addition to Murray Street Baptist Church, Peterborough; barrier free access to Trinity United Church; restoration of the Pinnacles of George Street United Church.

Miscellaneous sketches, plans, proposals

This series consists of miscellaneous projects such as the Peterborough Canadian Pacific Rail Station - as found; the old mill - Millbrook, Ontario; sample drawings - family fun factory; draft plan of subdivision for R. Baker; as well as other miscellaneous sketches and drawings that were not clearly identifiable.

Private residences

This series consists of architectural drawings produced by Jon Hobbs. This series consists primarily of private homes and cottages in and around the Peterborough, Ontario region.

de Carle family fonds

  • DEC
  • Fonds
  • 1844-1981

The fonds consists of 8 series and 22 sub-series that document the de Carle family monument business founded by Lancelot de Carle in the 1850s and moved to Brockville, Ontario in 1861, and the lives of the de Carle and Grant families. The series and sub-series include: Order and inventory records (1862-1965): Inscription books (1862-1955), order pads (1916-1958), Miscellaneous inscriptions, Stone order books (1888-1940) and Inventory books (1909-1924, 1940-1965); Financial records (1856-1975): Account books (1856-1953), Employee time and payroll books (1864-1960), Combined statements of accounts (1897-1903, 1912-1925, 1927, 1929), Receipts (1889-1895), Bank books (1883-1895, 1932-1937, 1945-1956), Cancelled cheques and promissory notes (1877, 1890-1907, 1915-1924, 1932-1938), Cheque stubs (1924-1927, 1932-1939, 1973-1975); Miscellaneous business records; Brockville Cemetery Management (1854-1936); Graphic records: Gravestone photographs, Designs and design books, Family and business photographs, and Wholesale catalogs and advertising matter; Correspondence (1865-1981): Letterbooks (1886-1933), Incoming correspondence (1865-1981), Aberdeen correspondence (1892-1919); Family records (1868- 1975): Family/personal - de Carle (1868-1939), Family/personal - Grant (1935-1975), Brockville and the Township of Elizabethtown, School notebooks (1872-1880, 1902-1903), Ontario Business College (1875-1881), Newspapers (1880-1979), General publications (1815-1962); and Miscellaneous material.

de Carle (family)

General publications

This sub-series is comprised of novels, serials, sports, gardening, poultry, and photography magazines and general interest publications belonging to the de Carle family. These have been arranged chronologically. There is also a copy of the Rituale Romanum belonging to the parish priest at Williamstown.

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