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Monographs

Four hundred sixty-five catalogue monographs (books and pamphlets) exist. Approximately four hundred others, consisting of standard texts, reference words and multiple copies are unlisted.

Only the remnants of Batchinsky's library (i.e. of his books as opposed to his papers) were acquired by Carleton. As noted in the General Description, it appears from his own statements in the Autobiography, from his surviving lists and from other clues in the Collection that Batchinsky's holdings of books and serials had been considerably depleted by theft, as well as by donations, such as those to the Symon Petlura Library in Paris.

Brockville Cemetery management

This series is comprised of records of plot care down to 1933, payment of grave and vault fees to 1936, and a burial register for 1889-1908, correspondence concerning interments, plantings and plot care is included in the letter books (which also include annual reports) and incoming correspondence files.

Financial records

This series is comprised of accounting records, employee time and payroll records, bank books, cancelled cheques and promissory notes, and cheque stubs.

Graphic records

This series is comprised of designs created by or ordered by the de Carle firm, published design books, wholesale catalogues and advertising matter (where separate from the correspondence series), and photographs of the Brockville Cemetery Memorial Works, gravestones, and members of the de Carle and Grant families.

Miscellaneous business records

This series is comprised of business cards, deeds, insurance policies, plans and specifications of buildings, scattered records of Lancelot de Carle's secondary career as a draughtsman for the railways, and of the Ontario Association of Memorial Craftsmen, of which Victor de Carle was president, and a number of cemetery publications.

Order and inventory records

This series is comprised of detailed records of consumer orders, some working notebooks of miscellaneous inscriptions, orders of stone and wholesale monuments, and January 1st or year-end inventories.

Books and printed memorabilia

This series contains four monographs and a binder of prime ministerial memorabilia, including coins, an Orange Young Britons ribbon, a deed of sale and photographs. The monographs in this series consist of: Life and times of the Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald by Joseph Edmund Collins, History of the rebellion in Wexford by George Taylor, Rules and orders of the House of Commons, and The greatest Englishmen of history by Arthur Meighen.

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