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Ontario Business College

This sub-series is comprised of various practice and examination books belonging to Charles W. de Carle and John E. de Carle when they attended theOntario Business College, Belleville. This sub-series also includes various pieces of correspondence and publications.

School notebooks

This sub-series is comprised of various school notebooks of Charles W. de Carle and John E. de Carle, from when they attended the Rock School, the local common school in Elizabethtown Township, where it appears they studied basic accountancy, as well as their practice work from the Business College.

Aberdeen correspondence

This sub-series consists of incoming handwritten correspondence from suppliers in Aberdeen, Scotland to Lancelot, Leopold, Charles and Victor de Carle, regarding new orders as well as invoices for completed work. Most letters include detailed diagrams ('tracings') and some also have related bills of lading attached. This correspondence, from Gerrie & Nicol (1892-December 1895); Alexander Nicol (March 1896); Henderson & Webster (March 1897); Peter Gerrie (March 1897-1912); The British Granite & Marble Co. (April 1908); and William Edwards & Son (April 1914) dates from 1892 through to 1919. Contemporary newspaper clippings are attached to several letters.

Historical: Rempel

This sub-series consists of records created and accumulated by John Ivan Rempel [ca. 1938] – 1983. Rempel was an architectural historian and architect wrote and worked in the areas of historic building technology and restoration.

The sub-series includes documents on various architectural and construction related topics, and documentation related to some of his consulting work, such as research for the Fort William reconstruction.

Historical: Valentine

This sub-series consists of reference material collected by Canadian architect Hugh Allen Inglis Valentine. Valentine was a sessional lecturer in the McGill University School of Architecture from 1957 to 1967, where Herb Stovel was also a student, graduating in 1972.

The material in this subseries consists of copies of the Architecture’s Portfolio series of collections of photographs illustrating architectural details, and other articles on architecture.

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