Skip header and navigation

20 records – page 1 of 1.

Arnprior Chronicle Guide negatives and prints

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/archivaldescr4300
Date
1978-1999
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Chronicle Guide fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
35mm negatives; photographic prints
Date
1978-1999
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Chronicle Guide fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
35mm negatives; photographic prints
Acquisition Source
Donated by Derek Walters in 2007.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of negative and prints removed from the Chronicle Guide office in 2007. 179 binders contain negatives and contacts sheets produced by the Chronicle Guide newspaper and West Carleton Review for their weekly papers between 1978-1999 (with gaps).
NEGATIVES:
Binder 1: Jan 11 1978 - Oct 25 1978
Binder 2: Jan 3 1979 - Jan 31 1979
Binder 3: Feb 7 1979 - Feb 28 1979
Binder 4: Mar 7 1979 - Mar 28 1979
Binder 5: Apr 4 1979 - Apr 25 1979
Binder 6: May 2 1979 - May 30 1979
Binder 7: Jun 6 1979 - Jun 27 1979
Binder 8: Jul 4 1979 - Jul 25 1979
Binder 9: Aug 1 1979 - Aug 15 1979
Binder 10: Aug 22 1979 - Aug 29 1979
Binder 11: Sep 5 1979 - Sep 26 1979
Binder 12: Oct 3 1979 - Oct 17 1979
Binder 13: Oct 24 1979 - Oct 31 1979
Binder 14: Nov 7 1979 - Nov 28 1979
Binder 15: Dec 1 1979 - Dec 19 1979
Binder 16: Miscellaneous 1979
Binder 17: Jan 3 1980 - Jan 30 1980
Binder 18: Feb 6 1980 - Feb 27 1980
Binder 19: Mar 5 1980 - Mar 26 1980
Binder 20: Apr 2 1980 - Apr 30 1980
Binder 21: May 7 1980 - May 28 1980
Binder 22: Jun 4 1980 - Jun 25 1980
Binder 23: Jul 2 1980 - Jul 30 1980
Binder 24: Aug 2 1980 - Aug 30 1980
Binder 25: Sep 2 1980 - Sep 26 1980
Binder 26: Oct 1 1980 - Oct 29 1980
Binder 27: Nov 5 1980 - Nov 26 1980
Binder 28: Dec 3 1980 - Dec 31 1980
Binder 29: Miscellaneous 1980
Binder 30: Jan 7 1981 - Jan 28 1981
Binder 31: Feb 4 1981 - Feb 25 1981
Binder 32: Mar 3 1981 - Mar 25 1981
Binder 33: Apr 1 1981 - Apr 29 1981
Binder 34: May 6 1981 - Jun 3 1981
Binder 35: Jul 2 1981 - Dec 23 1981
Binder 36: Jan 6 1982 - Jan 27 1982
Binder 37: Feb 3 1982 - Feb 24 1982
Binder 38: Mar 3 1982 - Mar 31 1982
Binder 39: Apr 7 1982 - Apr 28 1982
Binder 40: May 5 1982 - May 26 1982
Binder 41: Jun 2 1982 - Jun 30 1982
Binder 42: Jul 7 1982 - Jul 28 1982
Binder 43: Aug 4 1982 - Aug 25 1982
Binder 44: Sep 1 1982 - Sep 29 1982
Binder 45: Oct 6 1982 - Oct 27 1982
Binder 46: Nov 3 1982 -Nov 24 1982
Binder 47: Dec 1 1982 - Dec 22 1982
Binder 48: Jan 5 1983 - Jan 26 1983
Binder 49: Feb 2 1983 - Feb 23 1983
Binder 50: Mar 2 1983 - Mar 30 1983
Binder 51: Apr 4 1983 - Apr 27 1983
Binder 52: May 4 1983 - May 25 1983
Binder 53: Jun 1 1983 - Jun 29 1983
Binder 54: Jul 1 1983 - Jul 29 1983
Binder 55: Aug 3 1983 - Aug 31 1983
Binder 56: Sep 7 1983 - Sep 28 1983
Binder 57: Oct 3 1983 - Oct 28 1983
Binder 58: Nov 2 1983 - Nov 30 1983
Binder 59: Dec 7 1983 - Sec 21 1983
Binder 60: Jan 4 1984 - Jan 25 1984
Binder 61: Feb 1 1984 - Feb 29 1984
Binder 62: Mar 7 1984 - Mar 28 1984
Binder 63: Apr 4 1984 - Apr 25 1984
Binder 64: May 2 1984 - May 30 1984
Binder 65: Jun 6 1984 - Jun 30 1984
Binder 66: Jul 4 1984 - Jul 25 1984
Binder 67: Aig 1 1984 - Aug 29 1984
Binder 68: Sep 5 1984 - Sep 26 1984
Binder 69: Oct 3 1984 - Oct 31 1984
Binder 70: Nov 7 1984 - Nov 28 1984
Binder 71: Dec 5 1984 - Dec 27 1984
Binder 72: Jan 2 1985 - Jan 30 1985
Binder 73: Feb 5 1985 - Feb 27 1985
Binder 74: Mar 6 1985 - Mar 27 1985
Binder 75: Apr 3 1985 - Apr 24 1985
Binder 76: May 1 1985 - May 29 1985
Binder 77: Jun 5 1985 - Jun 26 1985
Binder 78: Jul 3 1985 - Jul 31 1985
Binder 79: Aug 7 1985 - Aug 28 1985
Binder 80: Sep 4 1985 - Sep 28 1985
Binder 81: Oct 2 1985 - Oct 30 1985
Binder 82: Nov 6 1985 - Nov 28 1985
Binder 83: Dec 4 1985 - Dec 30 1985
Binder 84: Feb 12 1986 - Dec 31 1986
Binder 85: Jan 7 1987 - Jan 21 1987
Binder 86: Feb 4 1987 - feb 25 1987
Binder 87: Mar 11 1987 - Mar 18 1987
Binder 88: Apr 1 1987 - Apr 29 1987
Binder 89: May 6 1987 - May 27 1987
Binder 90: Jun 3 1987 - Jun 30 1987
Binder 91: Jul 8 1987 - Jul 29 1987
Binder 92: Aug 5 1987 - Aug 26 1987
Binder 93: Sep 30 1987 - Sep 30 1987
Binder 94: Oct 7 1987 - Oct 21 1987
Binder 95: Nov 4 1987 - Nov 25 1987
Binder 96: Dec 2 1987 - Dec 30 1987
Binder 97: Jan 6 1988 - Jan 27 1988
Binder 98: Feb 3 1988 - Feb 24 1988
Binder 99: Mar 1 1988 - Mar 31 1988
Binder 100: Apr 6 1988 - Apr 27 1988
Binder 101: May 4 1988 - May 25 1988
Binder 102: Jun 1 1988 - Jun 29 1988
Binder 103: Jul 6 1988 - Jul 27 1988
Binder 104: Aug 3 1988 - Aug 31 1988
Binder 105: Sep 7 1988 - Sep 28 1988
Binder 106: Oct 5 1988 - Oct 31 1988
Binder 107: Nov 2 1988 - Nov 30 1988
Binder 108: Dec 7 1988 - Dec 21 1988
Binder 109: Jan 10 1989 - Nov 29 1989
Binder 110: Jan 3 1990 - Jan 31 1990
Binder 111: Feb 7 1990 - Feb 14 1990
Binder 112: Mar 31 1990 - Apr 25 1990
Binder 113 May 2 1990 - Jun 27 1990
Binder 114: Jul 4 1990 - Aug 29 1990
Binder 115: Sep 4 1990 - Oct 31 1990
Binder 116: Nov 7 1990 - Dec 19 1990
Binder 117: Jan 2 1991 - Feb 27 1991
Binder 118: Mar 1 1991 - Apr 25 1991
Binder 119: May 1 1991 - May 29 1991
Binder 120: Jun 3 1991 - Jun 26 1991
Binder 121: Jul 3 1991 - Jul 31 1991
Binder 122 Aug 7 1991 - Sep 28 1991
Binder 123: Oct 2 1991 - Oct 31 1991
Binder 124: Nov 6 1991 - Nov 29 1991
Binder 125: Dec 4 1991 - Dec 24 1991
Binder 126: Jan 8 1992 - Feb 26 1992
Binder 127: Mar 4 1992 - Apr 29 1992
Binder 128: May 6 1992 - Jun 30 1992
Binder 129: Jul 1 1992 - Jul 29 1992
Binder 130: Aug 5 1992 - Aug 26 1992
Binder 131: Sep 2 1992 - Sep 30 1992
Binder 132: Oct 7 1992 - Nov 25 1992
Binder 133: Dec 2 1992 - Dec 22 1992
Binder 134: Jan 13 1993 - Dec 22 1993
Binder 135: Jan 12 1994 - Mar 30 1994
Binder 136: Apr 6 1994 - May 25 1994
Binder 137: Jun 1 1994 - Jun 29 1994
Binder 138: Jul 6 1994 - Jul 27 1994
Binder 139: Aug 3 1994 - Aug 31 1994
Binder 140: Sep 7 1994 - Oct 26 1994
Binder 141: Nov 2 1994 - Nov 30 1994
Binder 142: Dec 7 1994 - Dec 28 1994
Binder 143: Jan 4 1995 - Feb 22 1995
Binder 144: Mar 1 1995 - Mar 29 1995
Binder 145: Apr 5 1995 - May 31 1995
Binder 146: Jun 7 1995 - Aug 30 1995
Binder 147: Sep 6 1995 - Oct 25 1995
Binder 148: Nov 1 1995 - Dec 20 1995
Binder 149: Jan 17 1996 - Aug 28 1996
Binder 150: Sep 4 1996 - Oct 30 1996
Binder 151: Nov 6 1996 - Dec 29 1996
Binder 152: Jan 8 1997 - Jan 29 1997
Binder 153: Feb 5 1997 - Feb 26 1997
Binder 154: Mar 3 1997 - Mar 26 1997
Binder 155: Apr 2 1997 - Apr 30 1997
Binder 156: May 7 1997 - Jun 25 1997
Binder 157: Jul 2 1997 - Jul 30 1997
Binder 158: Aug 6 1997 - Aug 30 1997
Binder 159: Sep 3 1997 - Oct 29 1997
Binder 160: Nov 1 1997 - Dec 24 1997
Binder 161: Jan 2 1998 - Jan 28 1998
Binder 162: Feb 4 1998 - Feb 28 1998
Binder 163: Mar 4 1998 - Mar 28 1998
Binder 164: Apr 1 1998 - Apr 29 1998
Binder 165: May 2 1998 - May 30 1998
Binder 166: Jun 3 1998 - Jun 27 1998
Binder 167: Jul 1 1998 - Jul 29 1998
Binder 168: Aug 1 1998 - Aug 29 1998
Binder 169: Sep 2 1998 - Sep 26 1998
Binder 170: Oct 3 1998 - Oct 31 1998
Binder 171: Nov 4 1998 - Nov 28 1998
Binder 172: Dec 2 1998 - Dec 30 1998
Binder 173: Jan 2 1999 - Jan 30 1999
Binder 174: Feb 3 1999 - Feb 27 1999
Binder 175: Mar 3 1999 - Mar 31 1999
Binder 176: Apr 3 1999 - Apr 28 1999
Binder 177: May 1 1999 - May 29 1999
Binder 178: Jun 1 1999 - Jul 9 1999
Binder 179 Various negatives - Carp, Arnprior, Woodlawn - no dates
PRINTS:
Box 1: 1979 - 1980
Box 2: 1980, 1983 - 1986, 1988
Accession No.
2007-0223
Less detail
Date
1989
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
paper - coloured
Size: 53 x 43
Reference No.
M019
Date
1989
Format
map
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
2
Reference No.
M019
Publication
printed by Prior Graphics
designed by John Calder
Physical Description
paper - coloured
Size: 53 x 43
Material Details
Scale: unknown
Scope and Content
Shows streets, locations of businesses, schools, and a few other locations. Legend showing various restaurants, accommodations, etc. Business advertisements surrounds the map. Inset shows Arnprior location in Eastern Ontario. Reverse side contans a map showing recreational locations around Arnprior (skiing, golf, sailing, fishing), list of service clubs, local events, and a directory of businesses for first map.
Accession No.
9999-9999
Subject Access
Maps - Tourist
Geographic Access
Arnprior
Less detail
Date
1984-2002
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Twinning Project fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Date
1984-2002
Format
photographic
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Twinning Project fonds
Description Level
Fonds
History / Biography
After much debate, the Town of Arnprior decided to support the efforts of a local committee to twin with a community in the USA and the USSR. The goal of the project was to exchange knowledge about the interests and concerns of a similar community in each country. "It is our sincere hope that small steps such as ours towards international, social and cultural exchange will help in the universal goal of peach" wrote Mayor Tom Sullivan. The intiative was also endorsed by the councils of McNab, Pakenham and Braeside. A musical theatre production 'Peace Child', directed by Lawrence Mahusky was funded through a Challenge '86 Summer Employment Grant and donations from various organizations. A newsletter "The Twinning Times" was published by the committee to provide information about the Arnprior Twinning Project and profiled the towns of Canton USA and Kamenec-Podolski USSR. A hockey match between the Arnprior Bantam Packers and a team from Canton took place in March 1986.
Acquisition Source
Files donated by Gillian Danby and Norma Moore in 2002.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of files created by the Arnprior Twinning Project Committee including research of nuclear disarmament, soviet society, minutes of meetings, correspondence, grants, newsclippings etc. Several files relate to the theatre production "Peace Child" which was a major undertaking for the committee in 1985. A earlier group of citizens concerned with stopping the nuclear arms proliferation known as Arnprior Nuclear Disarmament Group folded its proceeds into the Arnprior Twinning committee when it was formed in 1984.
File List:
1. Arnprior Twinning Project – Nuclear Disarmament Group
2. Arnprior Twinning Project – Minutes 1984-1986
3. Arnprior Twinning Project – Correspondence 1984-1986
4. Arnprior Twinning Project – Committee Reports & Notes
5. Arnprior Twinning Project – News Clippings and Letters of Support and Opposition 1986-1987
6. Arnprior Twinning Project – Financial Records 1985-1986, 2002
7. Arnprior Twinning Project – International Cultural Exchange Grant 1985
8. Arnprior Twinning Project – Twinning Times Newsletter Vol. 1, 2
9. Arnprior Twinning Project - Research Material; Peace, Soviets, Nuclear Disarmament
10. Arnprior Twinning Project - Photographic Essay of Arnprior
11. Arnprior Twinning Project - Peace Child; Administrative
12. Arnprior Twinning Project – Peace Child Musical; Production
13. Arnprior Twinning Project – Peace Child Musical News Clippings
14. Arnprior Twinning Project – Peace Child Musical Reports by staff 1986
15. Arnprior Twinning Project – Challenge ’86 Summer Employment Grant for Peace Child
16. Arnprior Twinning Project - Negs and Photos – 1986 Art projects, Hockey
Accession No.
2002-0147
Less detail
Date
1981
Collection/Fonds
Claire Amirault fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 colour photographs
Date
1981
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Claire Amirault fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 colour photographs
Scope and Content
Fonds contains 8 colour photographs taken in September 1981 by Claire Amirault. Mrs. Amirault took these photos when a train derailed near the train station in Arnprior. Fourteen cars of a 115-car freight train of the Canadian Pacific Railway derailed at the intersection of William and Edward Streets, Arnprior on September 6, 1981.
Related Material
See also 1998-0097
Accession No.
2005-0180
Less detail
Date
1981
Collection/Fonds
Claire Amirault fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : full colour ; 8.5 cm x 9 cm
  1 image  
Date
1981
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Claire Amirault fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : full colour ; 8.5 cm x 9 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a crane attempting to right the derailed train. Fourteen cars of a 115-car freight train of the Canadian Pacific Railway derailed at the intersection of William and Edward Streets, Arnprior on September 6, 1981.
Accession No.
2005-0180
Images
Less detail

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3839-89 Establishing Arnprior Marina

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/arnpriorbylaw3839-89
Number
3839-89
Date
1989
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BY-LAW NUMBER A BY-LAW ESTABLISHING THE Arnprior Marina, for the Rental of the boat slips and to provide regulations for the Operation and Use of the facility. WHEREAS Section 208, Subsections 31 to 38 of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 1980, as amended
  1 document  
Number
3839-89
Date
1989
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3839-89 Establishing Arnprior Marina

View PDF
Less detail
Date
1932 - 2002
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
60 cm textual records and photographs
coin collection
signs
Date
1932 - 2002
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Reproduction Location
Digitized Tweedsmuir books in Common Folder
Physical Description
60 cm textual records and photographs
coin collection
signs
History / Biography
The Arnprior Women’s Institute is a branch within Renfrew South District. Their first meeting was in the Council Chambers on January 8, 1932; 12 members were present and paid a fee of 25 cents. Over the years Arnprior Women's Institute has supported such causes as St. John Ambulance, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Victorian Order of Nurses, Arnprior Fair, Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital, Arnprior’s Grove, refugees, and donations to fire victims. The branch amalgamated in April 2002 with Stewartville to become the Arnprior-Stewartville Branch. That branch then disbanded in 2008, with remaining members joining the White Lake Branch.
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The majority of the items were donated by the Arnprior Women’s Institute Secretary, Mrs. Jean Sadler, in 1994. In June 2004, past president Aleta Greene donated a compilation of member histories which was done in 2000. In February 2011 Amy Neill (Renfrew South District WI Tweedsmuir Co-ordinator) donated two items concerning quilting at the Russell St. Apartments. These last two items were from Rhona Neumann.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of three Series: Minutes & Financial Records, Tweedsmuir Histories and Miscellaneous Material:
Series 1: Minutes & Financial Statements H9.1
This Series contains 13 bound volumes of Minutes & Financial Records dating from 1932-2002
1. 1932-1937
2. 1937-1939
3. 1940-1943
4. 1944-1949
5. 1949-1953
6. 1953-1958
7. 1958-1962
8. 1962-1967
9. 1967-1971
10. 1971-1977
11. 1977-1981
12. 1981-1989
13. 1989-2002
14. Account book (1934-1938)
Series 2: Tweedsmuir Collection Top of Range H
This Series contains 7 volumes documenting the area circa 1915 - 2000. Most volumes contain information concerning the history and activities of the Arnprior Branch as well as the following:
Tweedsmuir History Volume 1
- Some families mentioned are Bell. Buchanon, Campbell, Craig, Cranston, Harrington, Havey, McGonigal, and Murphy
- Lists of members & deceased members up to 1965
- Lady Tweedsmuir visits Arnprior WI – full meeting described, including debate whether men should be taught domestic affairs (p.9)
- 1947 FWIO 50th anniv, with 12,000 members, with photos of attendees taking train (p.17)
- Letter from Harlton WI, England (exchange letters) (p.21)
- Photos of Mrs. S.G. Wilson & Mrs. A Bennett (p.26)
- Arnprior’s name and early history, including pioneer title deeds (p.30)
- Denis Macnamara day book (1874-1876) of his general store – provides list of names (p.32)
- Reminiscences of early days by W.J.Styles, former editor of Chronicle (p.35)
- 1949 Chronicle ‘Our Town’ describing early Arnprior and naming a number of people (p.41)
- 1950 ‘Ottawa Journal’ article talking about June 1869 ‘Neilson’s Weekly’ (p.45)
- Early Arnprior history from papers of Charles Macnamara, including McLachlin paying off Mrs. Arch. McNab, plus 1848 McLachlin and Vancourtland owing money in Bytown (p.47)
- Pioneer tour of Ottawa steamers and stages (p.49)
- 1909 Old Home Week description, including photos of attendees, banner (p.51)
- Old town hall – 3 stories (p.54)
- Extensive centennial activities in 1962, including wedding on a ferris wheel (p.55)
- c.1905 Loyal Orange Lodge (p.67)
- Photo of Frank Boese
- “MacLachlin Era”1967 Arnprior Guide article (p.71)
- Early Arnprior & McNab (p.74)
- 1889 County Council with R.G. Moles as warden from Arnprior (p.76)
- 1957 introduction of water meters (p.78)
- “Old Tank Hill” – where water tank was in 1901 (p.79)
- Unique housing project – 1968 (p.80)
- Visit Arnprior Scotland in Aug. 1967 (p.81)
- Details of Frances Murphy – life & death (p.83)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 2
- List of names on honour roll of wars (p.2)
- 1915 newspaper photo of 130th Battalion of Lanark & Renfrew Regiment with some names (p.4)
- 1958 & 1968 Chronicle reports on tribute paid to those died in 3 wars (p.5)
- 1969 article on opening of new library and museum with photos (p.9)
- Arnprior & District memorial Hospital history and number of newspaper photos (p.17)
- Victorian Order of nurses (p.31)
- Brothers William & Edward Beattie reminiscing – reunited after 50 years – some about significant fires as Bill Beattie was fire chief for many years – also includes his obituary (p.34)
- Retirement of Archie Bennett as mail carrier after 30 years (p.36)
- Retirement of Thomas James Cannon and his horse as mail carrier (p.38)
- W.J. Cardiff presented with 50 year pin from masons (p.39)
- John Findley and Dr. John S Findlay – short background and photo of each (p.40)
- Charles Gilmour history and photo (p.41)
- History of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen May, with photo (p.43)
- Honouring Mr. & Mrs. Alex Staye (p.44)
- Guide Joan McKay receives gold cord (p.45)
- Bill Murray invested as Queen’s scout (p.46)
- Tony Foulkes of England visiting Arnprior (p.47)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 3 (Schools)
- History of Arnprior Grammar School & High School. Includes reference to Dugald C. McNab and other principals, names of many early students, including Percival Cooney. There are photos including students, plus wokshop and home ec rooms. (p2)
- Walter Zadow Public School, some 1970 photos of students and early photos of students, with names (p.52)
- Alexander Reid School (p.63)
- Separate Schools (p.68)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 4 (Clubs, Societies, Businesses, Sports)
- History of Business and Professional Club (p.2)
- Chamber of Commerce (p.5)
- Curling Club (p.6)
- Senior Citizens Club (p.8)
- Knights of Columbus (p.12)
- Royal Canadian Legion (p.14)
- Arnprior Lions Club (p.16)
- Lions Boys’ Band (p.18)
- Oddfellow Lodge (IOOF) (p.19)
- Optimist Club (p.20)
- History of Mathewson and Mathewson Furniture (p.21)
- Manpower (Unemplyment commission) (p.22)
- Carleton Products Consultants Ltd (CPCL) (p.23)
- Canadian Public Booth – maker of phone booths, etc (p.25)
- Kenwood Mills / Huyck Canada, including World War 2 honour roll (p.27)
- Playtex (p.32)
- Skyrotors (p.37)
- Bank of Nova Scotia, including details of its fire, & Bank of Ottawa (p.40)
- Smiths Construction (p.47)
- Smith’s Dairy (p.48)
- Drugstore – Frank Frederick (p.49)
- Walker Stores (p.51)
- Dominion Store (p.52)
- Times Fibre Plant – Union Carbide (p.53)
- Sports, including many early sports and athletes – photo of Alerts Schoolboy team of 1916, first regatta, various photos (p.54)
- Picture of wharf (p.65)
- Fire Department, including photo of 1923 firemen and named (p.70)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 5 (Churches)
- Emmanuel Anglican Church (p.2)
- Calvary Baptist Church (p.6)
- Elgin Street Baptist Church (p.7)
- First Baptist Church (p.9)
- Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses (p.16)
- Lutheran Church (p.17)
- Wesleyan Methodist Church (p.21)
- Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church (p.22)
- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (p.25)
- St. John Chrysostom Roman Catholic church (p.32)
- St. Theresa’s Novitiate (Oblate Order) (p.39)
- Grace St. Andrew’s United Church (p.40)
- Article on the Salvation Army in Arnprior and the timber ear – by Charlotte Whitton (p.50)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 6 (Newspaper clippings primarily from mid 1980s to mid 1990s)
- 1988 Federated news magazine describing the conference (p.2)
- Erland lee Museum & Hoodless Homestead (p.27)
- Arnprior WI’s 25th anniversary in 1957 with photos (p.34)
- Arnprior WIs start & history with photos (p.37)
- Mr. & Mrs. Archie Bennett – 60th anniversary in 1978 (p.39)
- Arnprior WI’s 50th anniversary in 1982 with photos – lists recent Presidents & Sec-Treas. (p.40)
- Plaque at Burnstown for start of Renfrew south District (p.43)
- Arnprior WIs 10 year achievements around 1985 (p.45)
- Arnprior WI’s 1983/84 program (p.46)
- Summary of the WI (p.47)
- 1983 Appreciation Tea at Burnstown (p.50)
- Federal Study Centre & Canadian Civil Defence College (also known as Emergency Measures) (p.51)
- List of departed WI members since 1957 (p.52)
- 1986 photos of members – Anderson, MacDowell, Raddatz, Hutchison, Gardner, Campbell, Cameron, Symington, Greene (p.53)
- 1984 Tweedsmuir History Day at Calabogie with photos of quilts, etc (p.54)
- Lions Friendship Arch (p.57)
- Alex & Jean Symington 50th anniversary (p.58)
- Martha Grainger’s 90th birthday (p.58)
- Arnprior Reeves from 1863 to 1984 (p.59)
- 1985 Arnprior Fire Department (p.61)
- Measurement Engineering building / Sanitaris Building (p.62)
- Old brick Catholic Separate School (p.63)
- Old Elgin Street arena (p.64)
- 93rd birthday of Belle Anderson (p.65)
- Constable Angus Matheson “Scotty” retirement (p.66)
- 1987 Arnprior McNab annexation (p.67)
- Alex Staye death (p.68)
- Arnprior & Ottawa auto parts & fire Departmnet (p.69)
- Arnprior & district High School (p.70)
- Birthdays of Dorcas Gardner & Martha Grainger (p.73)
- Muriel Saunders honoured (p.74)
- Hydroelectric Dam on Waba Creek (p.76)
- Photos Bella Anderson & Dorothy Cameron & Mrs. Earl MacDowell (p.78)
- 50th anniversary of Jean & Harvey Raddatz (p.79)
- WI meetings & other info (p.79 and here and there throughout volume)
- Photos of WI members (p.82)
- McCrea Electric under new management (p.83)
- Didak Expansion (p.84), more (p.136)
- Stan Tourangeau (p.89)
- John Sharpe new museum curator (p.90)
- Volunteer Service Awards to Gay Kerr & Delia Burns (p.92)
- Arnprior Electric opens (p.94)
- Renfrew South District WI bus trip in 1986 (p.95)
- Surgical Devices made in Arnprior in1987 (p.99)
- Clem Smith & restored horse drawn hearse (p.100)
- Cemetery for Oblates Priests (p.101)
- WI donation to Arprior Public Library (p.103)
- Lorne Laderoute & beard growing contest (p.104)
- James Lillie 100th birthday (p.105)
- Mary MacLellan 100th birthday (p.107) & 101th birthday (p.159) & 104th birthday (p.225)
- Arnprior Hospital (p.108, 110)
- Dr. Robert McCreary profile (p.109)
- Norma Hall profile & McLachlin descendants & royal oak tree (p.114)
- 125th Arnprior & Salute the Valley & miss Arnprior pageant & time capsule at Daniel McLachlin park monument (p.115)
- Eastern Star donation to Grove nursing home (p.131)
- A & P store award (p.131 & p.154)
- Heritage Square Complex start 1987 (p.134)
- 1987 official map (p.135)
- Repair wharf (p.135)
- Donated plate commemorating ship ‘’Arnprior” (p.136)
- Allan McLean (p.137 & p.157 & p.220)
- Arts & Crafts club 1987 (p.138)
- Downtown revitalization project 1987 (p.139)
- Doug Macklim receives award (p.140)
- Clancy’s drugstore new owner (p.141)
- Sherry Johnston poet award (p.143)
- Arnprior Bulk & Natural Foods store opens 1988 (p.144)
- Arnprior Park photos at WI meeting (p.145)
- Anniversary photo Andy & Inez Cochrane (p.146 & p.175)
- Volunteer Drivers of Arnprior (p.147)
- Photo Mae Craig as District WI president (p.148)
- Kao-Didak diskette plant opens 1987 (p.148)
- Re-Echo 50th celebration (p.149)
- Henry Murdoch Warden of Renfrew County (p.151)
- Presentation to Helen Scheels (p.153)
- Defalco’s Place eatery (p.153)
- Laplante Casual Men’s Wear (p.154)
- Town & Country Ladies Wear (p.155)
- Doreen’s Goldbar jewelry store (p.155)
- Dr. J Audio Video Store (p.156)
- Rosa’s Sewing Services (p.156)
- Earl & Gertie Morphy (p.158)
- Krieger’s Jewellers (p.162)
- Arnprior Ambulance Service (p.162)
- Chabot, new owners of Radio Shack (p.163)
- First Daycare Centre (p.164)
- Alexander Reid Public School (p.165)
- Victoria Order of Nurses VON (p.165 & 197 & 270 & 307)
- John Beattie (p.166)
- Town clock restored 1988 (p.167)
- Lion’s club donation to museum (p.167)
- Wharf demolished (p.168)
- Alan Campbell & his block (p.169)
- Mary Graham, former postmistree (p.171)
- Janet Clancy (p.172)
- Ernie Wolff (p.173)
- Rotary club awards (p.173)
- Norma Hall (p.174)
- Arnprior Braeside McNab Seniors ar Home Support (p.174)
- Students build home (p,175 & 208)
- Boeing & ADHS (p.175)
- Oscar Charbonneau (p.176)
- Wesley Scheel’s Groceries (p.177)
- Film “The Revolving Doors” (p.177)
- Dorothy Futcher & Marion Timmins (p.178)
- Arnprior Library (p.179 & 215)
- Margaret Munro (p.181)
- Madawaska Place Condominiums (p.182)
- Tom Sullivan (p.182)
- Pat Robinson, first female mayor (p,184)
- National Trust bank (p.184)
- Metropolitan Store (p,185)
- Canadian Cancer Society (p.185)
- McDonalds Restaurant opening 1989 (p.186)
- Sadie Murdoch birthday (p.186)
- Scott Rollins (p.187)
- Stan Tourangeau (p.187)
- Tom Havey (p.187)
- Good Bears on patrol – OPP (p.189)
- David Young (p.189)
- OPP (p.190 & p.217))
- Barrday (p.191)
- Arnprior’s Lion Club (p.196)
- HLR & Associates (p.197)
- Sloppy Joe’s Clothing Store (p.197)
- WI – Challenge & Fun of Waste Management (p.198)
- Museum & Library (p.207)
- ADHS Concert Band (p.210)
- 25 year hospital and nursing home service pins (p.210)
- Artist, Margaret Lamendeau (p.211 & 213)
- Art Charbonneau, school trustee (p.212)
- Canadian Public Booth Co. – demolished 1991 (p.212)
- Arnprior Agricultural Society (p.214)
- Tom Burnette & Merv McIntyre (p.214)
- Charlie & Edith MacDonald (p.215)
- Artist, Paul Perrault (p.216 & 291)
- Salvation Army Thrift Shop opens (p.217)
- Museum and curator, Helen Anglin (p.218)
- Myrtle Edith Weber obituary (p.218)
- ADHS (p.219)
- Elvalex ladies’ Wear (p.220)
- Optimist Club & Hospital (p.220)
- Dr. Vince McMaster, dentist (p.221)
- The Light Touch store (p.221)
- Carol Lillie receives scholarship (p.222)
- Merger of Cameron Tavern with Madawaska Tavern (p.223)
- Governor General Hnatyshyn in Arnprior (p.224 & 230)
- Cameron Hotel fire (p.225)
- Mamie Smith (p.226)
- Civitan Club & Hospital (p.227)
- Janet Shideler (p.227)
- Artist, Kevin Dodds (p.228)
- Jean Sadler’s story “My Countryside” (p.232)
- First Baptist Church, minister Steve White (p.232)
- Photos of Bonnechere Valley & Arnprior WI (p.233)
- New Council 1991 – Black & MacDonald (p.234)
- Hnatyshyn, Honorary WI patron (p.234)
- FWIC Convention in BC - items (p.235)
- Photos at WI mtg – Ritchie, Sadler, MacDowell, Campbell, Symington & Greene (p.269)
- Jach Hicke (p.270)
- Sadie & Harry Cooke Citizen of Year (p.271 & 298)
- Kerry Dunphy, Korean Medal, Civil Defense College (p.272)
- Tracy Lalonde (p.272)
- Muriel Saunders & Hospitla (p.272)
- Terry Vyse, woman native judge (p.273)
- Elgin St. Baptist Church & pastor Stephen Self (p.274)
- Hospital (p.275)
- First Baptist Church, Pastor Steven White (p.279)
- Millie & Lloyd Runtz, Town employee (p.280)
- Hospital (p.280)
- Arnprior & District Archives 1992 (p.281)
- Photo WI meeting – Fraser, Neil, Greene, Sadler, Cameron, Gardiner, MacDowall (p.281 & 284)
- South Renfrew Airport (p.282)
- Vera & Bernie Bedore (p.283)
- Jim’s Restaurant (p.284)
- Louis St. Denis, skates, museum (p.285)
- Hospital (p.285 & 291 & 293)
- Arnprior-Nepean Railway Co. & BASF (p.286)
- Community Awareness & Emergency Response *CAER” (p.287)
- Map of Arnprior (p.290)
- St. John’s Ambulance (p.292)
- Valley wholesale (p.293)
- 60th Anniversay Arnprior WI (p.294)
- Terry Fox Run 1992 (p.295)
- Christine Reaburn & Lloyd Cameron (p.296)
- Harry Toop, beekeeper (p.297)
- Joanne McLaren (p.297)
- Reid Brothers – staff from 50s (p.298)
- Jean Symington (p.298)
- Agnes Coleman (p.299)
- Sarah (Sadie) cooke (p.299)
- ACWW (p.299)
- Participaction challenge (p.301)
- ADHS Dixie Combo Band (p.302)
- Ella Box (p.302)
- Optimist Club & Bell Park (p.303)
- Arnold Muirhead, Canada 125 medal (p.303)
- Author, Eunice Pemeel (p.304)
- 5 residences (p.305)
- ADHS teachers (p.307)
- 1991 FWIC convention & ACWW magazine (p.308)
- Arnprior WI minutes & other items at Museum (p.321 & 331)
- Tweedsmuir Table of Contents vol 1 to 5 (p.323)
- Foster Child from Liberia, Gbalay Johnson (p.334)
- Renfrew South District WI – FWIO’s 75th anniversary (p.338)
- 1993 ACWW magazine (p.340)
- Grace St.Andrew’s Church Centennial supplement (p.344)
Tweedsmuir History Volume 7 (1990s/2000 clippings & WI activities)
- 1993 Museum, curator Helen Anglin (p.2)
- Photos Arnprior WI ladies, including display at museum (p.3)
- Sacred Heart Convent closes (p.4)
- Stephanie Egan (p.5)
- Jan & Archie Dawson & miniature house (p.5)
- Bill Wilson, pharmacist (p.8)
- Art Charbonneau, trustee, honoured (p.9)
- Leo Jordan MPP (p.9)
- Arnprior Hospital (p.10)
- Susan Spence (p.10)
- Opportunity Shop (p.11)
- Bonnie Jane’s Scones shop opens (p.12)
- Harry Cooke died (p.13)
- Meals on Wheels (p.14)
- Eclipse (p.14)
- Charles Lynch dies (p.14)
- Arnprior & District Archives opening (p.15)
- WI overview (p.16)
- Save the Grove (p.17)
- 1994 International Plowing match at Pembroke (p.18)
- Aleck Morrall (p.24)
- Edna Bahm (p.25)
- Photos Arnprior WI (p.26)
- Boeing (p.28)
- Hospital logo (p.29)
- Wendy’s Tim Hortons (p.29)
- Goshen WI & their orchestra with photos (p.30)
- Canadian emergency preparedness College (p.30)
- Jim Lillie & Alex Staye (p.32)
- Algonquin land claims (p.32)
- Bob Graham & ETM Industries (p.33)
- Ralph Pickard (p.33)
- Keith Burns (p.33)
- Business Life, Ray Stamplecoski, Norm Hazelwood (p.34)
- OPP (p.34)
- Aerotek Electric Mobility Vehicles, Mike Osborne (p.35)
- St. John Ambulance (p.36)
- Tae kwon do (p.36)
- Arnprior WI trip to Peterborough (p.37)
- Florence Greeley, St. John ambulance (p.37)
- Photos WI members 7 activities (p.38+ & 43 & 47+))
- Rebekkahs and Oddfellows hall (p.42)
- Grove Nursing Home addition (p.42)
- Arnprior & District Archives & Anne Wimmi (p.44 & 57))
- Hospital (p.45 & 69)
- Phil Poole (p.46)
- Outing to Arnprior including sketch of John St (p.50)
- HLR Publishing (p.51)
- WI planting centennial WI rose at Town hall, photos (p.52)
- WI display at Archives (p.52)
- Ben Kane (p.53)
- Artist, Kevin Dodds (p.54)
- Mark Lindsay & Kate Pace-Lindsay, skiing (p.43 & 54)
- WI display at Fair 1995, Jessie Campbell (p.55)
- John Beattie (p.55)
- Milton Symington (p.56)
- WI members at 100th anniv, Myrtle Graham & Jean Levi (p.58)
- WI members & activities, photos w names (p.58)
- Kirkman House (p.61)
- Book Home & Country donation to library (p.62)
- Henry Murdoch (p.63)
- Bernice Noblitt award winners (p.63)
- Legion donation to Grove Nursing home (p.64)
- Origin of name Arnprior (p.64)
- Havey and McGonigal families (p.64)
- History of WI District banner (p.65)
- Jack (John Malcolm) Smith (p.66)
- WI Centennial Rose blooming (p.66)
- 1997 WI activities, photos with names (p.67)
- Stewartville Station 50th anniv (p.68)
- Donna & Robert Leeson wedding at museum (p.69)
- Douglas & Stephen Spaull optometry (p.70)
- AJ Charbonneau Public School opening (p.71)
- Dan Fridgen & Wayne & Dan Lavallee (p.71)
- WI District honouring presidents and secretaries (p.72)
- Duncan & Hector Miller (p.72)
- Mamie Smith (p.74)
- Jennie Elliott (p.75)
- 911 Service starts (p.76)
- Noreen Mellema (p.77)
- Grove Nursing Home adult day program (p.79)
- Beryl Majaury (p.80)
- Elma Sutherland (p.81)
- Year 2000 Chamber (p.82)
- Large millennium Moon (p.82)
- Ian Miller 2000 (p.84)
- Annie Young (p.85)
Series 3: Miscellaneous Material H9.2
- a coin collection awarded to Institute on its 60th anniversary in 1992,
- a letter from William Davis (Premier of Ontario) on the Institute’s 50th anniversary in 1982,
- a painted wood sign with the Institute’s name and crest (44.5 cm x 40 cm) (now displayed in Reading Room)
- information on FWIO, FWIC, the Associated Country Women of the World, the 100th anniversary of the women’s institutes in Canada and AWI, copy of speech given by Helen Golding (Arnprior and District Museum curator) on the 100th anniversary,
- pin for a life member with the motto (For Home and County)
- AWI’s 50th anniversary book.
- A compilation of member histories which was done in 2000. Members who contributed to this publication were Aleta Greene, Marion MacLean, Jean Sadler, Jean Symington, Dorothy C. Cameron, Jessie Campbell, Audrey J. Taylor, Patricia MacLean, Iva Chomyn, Anne (Tessier) Wimmi and Annie Young. They wrote about their lives and the impact that the WI has had on them.
- Frame with "Russell St. Seniors Arnprior W.I." This is probably the Russell St. Apartments in Arnprior. (H - Top Shelf)
- 9 photos of people quilting. The photos were removed from the frame and put in separate envelopes. Some people have been identified: Jean Raddatz, Jessie Campbell, Rhona Neumann, and Muriel Friday. (H9.2)
- Envelope containing 4 programs of Arnprior Women's Institute 1935-1939
Notes
The Tweedsmuirs have been digitized and should be used instead of the originals. Besides the digtized copy on the Archives server, a searchable digitized version is available on the FWIO Virtual Archives using the link below.
The page number references for the Tweedsmuirs refer to the digitized copies
A copy of the table of contents for volumes 1 to 5 of the Tweedsmuir History is available near the end of volume 6.
Access Restriction
Tweedsmuir Books - please use digitized version rather than original. They are searchable online through the FWIO Virtual Archives.
Accruals
Further accruals are not expected.
Accession No.
1994-0022
Website
http://collections.fwio.on.ca/3201149/data?n=1
URL Notes
A searchable, digitized version is available on the FWIO Virtual Archives using the link above
Less detail
Date
1895 -1992
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Public Library fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
10cm textual records; photograph album; 6 motion picture films.
Date
1895 -1992
Format
textual records
photographic
moving images
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Public Library fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
10cm textual records; photograph album; 6 motion picture films.
History / Biography
The Board of Management and Directors of the Arnprior Mechanic’s Institute petitioned the Council of the Town of Arnprior in October 1895 to become the Arnprior Public Library under “the Act respecting Mechanic’s Institutes and Arts Schools”. Books and book cases valued at $600.00 were moved into the Town hall and turned over to the new Library Board of Management consisting of R.G. Moles (chairman), Dr. W. H. Steele, John Tierney and George E. Neilson (Secretary and Librarian). Articles regarding Dr. Steele’s efforts to establish the library appeared in the Arnprior Chronicle (page 6, November 13, 1930) and the Ottawa Citizen [1930].
Acquisition Source
Mrs. Judy Barker, chief Librarian of the Arnprior Public Library donated these records in October 1996 and May 2000.
Scope and Content
Four minute books and a photograph album from 1896 to 1992 record the business and development of the Arnprior Public Library over almost one hundred years. Motion picture films donated by members of the community and those withdrawn from circulation are also contained in this fonds. In August 2003, the Library donated 4 miscellaneous publications from their subject files which were no longer of value to the Library and a letter to Miss M. Gaudette from R. S. McLaughlin of General Motors of Canada regarding his autobiography.
The collection consists of the following:
Minutes Books:
1) 1895-1935 (Includes audited financial statements)
2) 1935-1951
3) 1952-1966
4) 1966-1979
Photograph album:
The Construction, relocation of books and opening of the New Arnprior Public Library 1992-1993 is documented in 143 colour photographs.
Miscellaneous Records:
a) Two copies of a market value appraisal of the Library & Museum building by Crawford, Humphrey and Associates Ltd. of Ottawa which was conducted in 1986.
b) Copy of 1933 revised plans of Library & Museum building which was then used as the Post Office, Customs and Inland Revenue Offices showing first floor plan, second floor plan, attic plan, roof plan and basement plan.
c) photocopy of handwritten financial statement May 31, 1966.
d) Emigration to Canada - “A narrative of a Voyage to Quebec and journey from thence to New Lanark in Upper Canada by John McDonald 1823.”
e)11th Annual Eastern Ontario Regional Games for the Physically Disabled program.
f) Sketches of Early Ottawa and District (from the Ottawa Journal 1963)- containing articles from Harry J. Walker and Lucien Brault.
g) Arnprior Public Library Annual Reports 2012, 2013
h) International Writers Festival - Arnprior Expressions poster which took place September 28 2013 at the Arnprior Public Library featuring Phil Hall, Sandra Ridley, David O'Meara, Phil Jenkins. Map Cabinet 3, Dwr 7.
i) Welcome to the Arnprior Public Library (4 page newsletter January 2015) outlines the history of the Public Library from 1895 to 2015.
Motion Picture Films: The following films cannot be viewed until transferred to VHS format for preservation reasons:
1) Two Related Industries [1940] Produced by Caravel Films, presented by Huyck and sons. 2 x 16mm B&W composite release print.
This film examines the relationship between developments in felt manufacturing and improvements in the paper making industry. A dramatization of hand paper-making in the pre-industrial era is shown while the narrorator traces the develpment of felts in papermaking. Hi-speed “modern” newsprint and paper manufacturing machines are shown while the function of felts is explained. Numerous shots of Kenwood mills laboratory employees testing felts for durability, openness and finish are shown throughout the film.
2) The Town and the Mill [1948] 5 x 16 mm Colour composite release prints; 1/2 inch video tape copy.
The Town and the Mill was produced by Crawley Films Ltd. of Ottawa for Kenwood Mills Ltd. It portrays the Town of Arnprior as "a fine place to live" with "plenty of opportunity right here at home". The film includes shots of Harrington Street, fishing at the Arnprior wharf, the lighthouse, Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways, highschool graduation ceremony, post office exteriors, hospital exterior, lumber yards, construction work on the Stewartville dam, the Kenwood Mill sign and water tower, Kenwood products and display, shift change at the mill, the Arnprior Golf Course, hunting, fishing, tobogganing, skating, Gardiner's store front and the Arnprior Curling Club. For copies contact Library & Archives Canada, Crawley Collection.
Notes
A detailed description of the motion picture films is available in collection file.
Accruals
Accruals are expected.
Related Material
See also: Scapbook Story of Arnprior and Arnprior Bylaw 57 as well as Town of Arnprior Minutes 3 June 1895 and 7 October 1895
Accession No.
1996-0074
Less detail
Date
1868 - 1988
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
20 m of textual records
1 x 16 mm motion picture film
262 photographs
Date
1868 - 1988
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Fonds
Reproduction Location
Vital statistics, Assessment & Collector Rolls are digitized and in Common Folder
Physical Description
20 m of textual records
1 x 16 mm motion picture film
262 photographs
History / Biography
Arnprior was first settled by Europeans in 1825 when Archibald McNab brought 80 settlers from Scotland to the township he named after himself. In 1862, Arnprior was incorporated as a village and in 1892, it was incorporated as a town. The population grew as Arnprior provided employment through its various industries, most notably the McLachlin Mills, the Kenwood Mills, the Canadian Public Booth Co., M. Sullivan and Son, Pfizer and Scheel Windows to name only a few. Over the years, Arnprior has grown into a thriving community providing its residents with a wide range of social and public services.
Language
English
Acquisition Source
Records were donated by the Town of Arnprior Clerk Carol Rousselle in March 1997, July 2000 and July 2004.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of by-laws, assessment and collectors rolls, minute books, account books and other records documenting the activities undertaken and decisions made by the Town.
Please see separate series and sub-series descriptions in this database for more detail as to Scope and Content.
The detailed description of this large collection was supported by a grant from the Arnprior and District Historical Society, which is gratefully acknowledged.
The collection is arranged into the following Series and Sub-Series:
SERIES I COUNCIL MINUTES & PETITIONS
SERIES II TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BYLAWS
SERIES III COMMITTEES & BOARDS
Sub-Series: Cemetery Records
SERIES IV ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
Sub-Series: Administrative Files
Sub-Series: Correspondence Files
SERIES V DEPARTMENTAL RECORDS
Sub-Series: Department of Public Works
Sub-Series: Human Resources
Sub-Series: Parks and Recreation Photographs
SERIES VI VITAL STATISTICS
Sub-Series: Birth, Marriage and Death Registers
Sub-Series: Birth, Marriage and Death Returns
SERIES VII FINANCIAL RECORDS
Sub-Series: Tax Records
Sub-Series: Accounts
SERIES VIII MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Access Restriction
Please use digitized version for Vital Statistics and Assessment & Collector Rolls.
Minutes, tax assessment and collectors rolls and bylaws which are not restricted. Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths are restricted for 104, 80 and 70 years respectively. Restrictions to other Town of Arnprior records are currently under review.
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Accession No.
1997-0083
Less detail
Date
1868 - 1988
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Series
Date
1868 - 1988
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Series
Series
2
Language
English
Scope and Content
Please note that a complete list of bylaws (#1-1893 to #2999-1978) and a list of repealed by-laws is contained in box D16.8.
By-laws: Box:
1-99 D 13.1
100-199 D 13.2
200-259 D 13.3
260-299 D 13.4
300-399 D 13.5
400-499 D 13.6
500-599 D 13.7
600-699 D 13.8
700-799 D 13.9
800-899 D 13.10
900-999 D 13.11
1000-1099 D 14.1
1100-1199 D 14.2
1200-1299 D 14.3
1300-1399 D 14.4
1400-1499 D 14.5
1500-1579 D 14.6
1580-1649 D 14.7
1650-1749 D 14.8
1750-1829 D 14.9
1830-1899 D 14.10
1900-1999 D 15.1
2000-2099 D 15.2
2100-2199 D 15.3
2200-2299 D 15.4
2300-2399 D 15.5
2400-2449 D 15.6
2450-2499 D 15.7
2500-2549 D 15.8
2550-2599 D 15.9
2600-2659 D 15.10
2660-2699 D 16.1
2700-2779 D 16.2
2780-2849 D 16.3
2850-2899 D 16.4
2900-2949 D 16.5
2950-2999 D 16.6
2592 D 16.7 (Official Plan of the Lower Madawaska Planning Area)
D 17.3 contains Newsletter 1998 and Veteran's Street Names Project 2013
Town of Arnprior By-laws
1978 to 1996
Held at the Arnprior Archives
BOX YEAR BY-LAWS E17.2
1 1978 3000 - 3077
1979 3078 - 3135
1980 3136 - 3181
1981 3182 - 3223
1982 3224 – 3275, 3277 - 3285
1983 3286 – 3296, 3298 - 3339
2 1984 3340 - 3435 E17.3
1985 3436 – 3458, 3460 – 3479, 3481 – 3488, 3490 - 3523
1986 3524 – 3535, 3537 - 3595
1987 3596 – 3670, 3829 - 3835
3 1988 3671 – 3728, 3730 – 3763, 3765 - 3779 E18.1
1989 3780 – 3804, 3806 – 3829, 3836, 3838 – 3858, 3860, 3862 – 3876, 3878 - 3888
1990 3889 – 3890, 3892 – 3898, 3900 – 3916, 3918 – 3929, 3931 – 3966, 3968 - 3974
4 1991 3975 – 3989, 3991 – 4042, 4044 - 4056 E18.2
1992 4057 – 4065, 4067 – 4076, 4078 – 4088, 4090 – 4124, 4126 - 4137
1993 4138 – 4139, 4141 – 4154, 4156 – 4168, 4170, 4172 – 4176, 4178 – 4191, 4193 – 4214, 4216 - 4238
5 1994 4239 – 4255, 4257 – 4270, 4272 – 4287, 4289 - 4301, 4304 - 4336 E18.3
1995 4337 – 4351, 4353 – 4364, 4366 – 4414, 4416 - 4424
1996 4425 – 4431, 4433 – 4457, 4459 – 4515, 4517 - 4522
Access Restriction
All records in this series are OPEN
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Accession No.
1997-0083
Less detail
Date
1945 -2001
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Agricultural Society fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
12cm textual records; 12 col photographs
Date
1945 -2001
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior Agricultural Society fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
12cm textual records; 12 col photographs
Physical Condition
1975 Program is water damaged.
History / Biography
In 2014, the Arnprior Agricultural Society with celebrate the 160th year of the Arnprior Fair. An agricultural society and fair first was established in McNab Township in 1854. The location of the fair moved around the township over the years. In the early 1900's it moved to its present location which was located in the village of Stewarton. Stewarton was annexed by the Town of Arnprior after WWII. Past Presidents (to 2003) include: John Findlay Sr., Ewart Styles, Frank Boese, Andrew McNab, Wilfred O'Donnell, Ira Smith, James Herrick, Ken Hogan Harvey Young, Duncan Dewar, William Melanson, Milton Symington, Ewart Miller, Elmer Fraser, J.M. MacMillan, Dave Schlievert, Ken Potter, Earl Sadler, Disk Straathof, Louis Laventure, Anne Carmicheal, Brian Majaury, Don Thoms, Jeff Desarmia, Lesa Campbell and Jeffrey Desarmia. In 2013, the Executive includes President Jeffrey Desarmia, 1st Vice President Jeff Schlievert, Treasurer Cathy Wilson, Secretary Diane Swaine. Directors Scott Brum, Tammy Jones, Brian Majaury, Scott Rancourt, Monica Schnob, Martin Straathof, Murray Swain. The annual summer fair operates through the volunteer efforts of the Arnprior Agricultural Society. Today, fairs start on Thursday night and run through Sunday in August. A demolition derby and live entertainment are major attraction along with the midway rides and games of chance. The agricultural roots of the fair are seen in the displays of arts and crafts, horse pulls and showing of livestock by local 4H clubs. In different years, the society brought in petting zoos, magicians and frog jumping competition in an attempt to offer something for the younger children.Throughout the years the Agricultural Society entered into an agreement with the local Lions Club to take care of the gate.
Acquisition Source
Donated by Mrs. Coleen Schlievert, a member of the Arnprior Agricultural Society Board in July 2009. 1929 Program donated by Cheif Librarian Karen DeLuca in September 2015.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of minutes (original and copies) of the Arnprior Agricultural Society from 1945-1984 (with gaps), Programs and Prize Lists as well as a small number of news clippings and photographs.
Folders:
1. Minutes 1945-1948
2. Minutes 1958-1961
3. Minutes 1961-1966
4. Minutes 1966-1971
5. Minutes 1984
6. Arnprior Agricultural Society Publications: Programs and Prize Lists: 1929, 1975, 1979, 1982, 1993, 1995-1998, 2001, 2008
7. Newspaper Clippings
8. 12 Photographs of activities at the Arnprior fair including horses, hay bale game, presentations etc. (undated)
Related Material
See Peter Hessel Collection file "Arnprior Fair"
Accession No.
2012-0290
Less detail

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3651-87 Arnprior McNab Municipal Agreement

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/arnpriorbylaw3651-87
Number
3651-87
Date
1987
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
The Corporation of the Town of Arnprior By-Law Number """""".c:;;::_...l!-' WHEREAS the Arnprior-McNab Negotiating Committee was established pursuant to the provisions of sections 6 and 7 of the Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981~ AND WHEREAS the said Negotiating Committee has
  1 document  
Number
3651-87
Date
1987
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3651-87 Arnprior McNab Municipal Agreement

View PDF
Less detail

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3794a-89 Purchase of Land in Arnprior

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/arnpriorbylaw3794a-89
Number
3794a-89
Date
1989
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
.... , ..... , .. , ... , ...••.•..•.. day of ...•.... , •.......•... ,. .. ' .. ' .. ' .. l'l • • • • THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BY-LAW NO. BEING A BY-LAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE PURCHASE OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR. WHEREAS by Section 193 of the Municipal Act, R.s.o. 1980, c. 302, a municipality is
  1 document  
Number
3794a-89
Date
1989
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3794a-89 Purchase of Land in Arnprior

View PDF
Less detail

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3310-83 AGREEMENT WITH ARNPRIOR POLICE ASSOCIATION

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/arnpriorbylaw3310-83
Number
3310-83
Date
1983
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
of the By-.Law No. _______ _ BY-.LAW 'l'HE TOWN OF ARNPIUOR AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AN AGREEMEN'r Wl'l'H 'l'HE ARNPRIOR POLICE ASSOCIATION. BE I'l' ENACTED AS A BY-.LAW OF 'rHE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPIUOR: l. t.he Mayor and Clerk be and the same are authorized and to execute
  1 document  
Number
3310-83
Date
1983
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3310-83 AGREEMENT WITH ARNPRIOR POLICE ASSOCIATION

View PDF
Less detail

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3195-81 OMERS Pension Supplementary - Arnprior Police

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/arnpriorbylaw3195-81
Number
3195-81
Date
1981
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BY-LAW NO. _ _;__ BEING A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE THE SUPPLEHENTARY BENEFITS UNDER THE ONTARIO · HUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM. WHEREAS under By-Law No. 2077 dated January 28th, 1964, the Corporation of the Town of Arnprior elected to
  1 document  
Number
3195-81
Date
1981
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3195-81 OMERS Pension Supplementary - Arnprior Police

View PDF
Less detail

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3782-88 ARNPRIOR PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD MEMBERS

https://search.adarchives.org/en/permalink/arnpriorbylaw3782-88
Number
3782-88
Date
1988
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
I' ·' ( ; 'i ,, ·' i ~ ; ~ ii i· i! I' ]1 ~ ! ~ 1 ii !! ii li I' ,, li l d H : : ~ ' ,j .l THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BY-LAW NO. 3 Zf~:J - J .}:--- :: BEING A BY-LAW TO APPOINT NINE MEMBERS TO THE ARNPRIOR PUBLIC LIBRARY ;; :; il i\ I 11
  1 document  
Number
3782-88
Date
1988
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 3782-88 ARNPRIOR PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD MEMBERS

View PDF
Less detail
Date
1938 - 1996
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District High School fonds
Description Level
Series
Physical Description
80 cm of textual records
Date
1938 - 1996
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District High School fonds
Description Level
Series
Series
1
Physical Description
80 cm of textual records
History / Biography
Since 1938-1939, the school has published its own yearbook, initially called “The Echo” and later called “Re-Echo”.
Acquisition Source
Donated by Travis MacLeod, Editor, and Kathy Rajsic, Advisor, who were encouraged to do so by the head of the English Department, Arnold McIntyre in 1995. In 2014, Doug Collins donated his copies of the 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967 yearbooks. In April 2016, Diane Brearley donated several copies including 1994, 1995, 1996 filling gaps in the series.
Scope and Content
Series consists of Re-Echo Yearbooks: Box G2.4
1938-1961 (1962 and1963 yearbooks were not printed) Box G2.5
1964-1979 Box L3.3
1980-1996
2014
2015 Series also consists of 4 copies of The Echo (typewritten copy of March 16, 1938 and 3 printed copies--February 1940, June 1940, June 1944, 1946).
Notes
The ADHS also keeps copies of yearbooks.
Accession No.
1995-0059
Less detail
Date
1938 - 2008
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District High School fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
84 cm of textual records; CD of electronic files
Date
1938 - 2008
Format
photographic
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District High School fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
84 cm of textual records; CD of electronic files
History / Biography
Arnprior and District High School (ADHS) traces its roots back to 1864-1865, when Dugald C. McNab, Principal of the Arnprior Public School, coached a few of his older students. First known as the Arnprior Grammar School, the school changed its name to Arnprior High School in 1871.
Language
English
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of three series, two panoramic photographs and miscellaneous items related to ADHS:
1. Arnprior District High School Yearbooks (Accession 1995-0059)
2. The Scoop (Accession 1999-0121)
3. ADHS Course Calendars 1998 -1999 and 2000 - 2001 (Accession 2007-0222)
4. Panoramic photograph of Arnprior High School teachers and students 1939-1940 (copied from original, original returned). List of names compiled by group effort so names and/or spelling may be incorrect. CD with scanned photo stored with numbered photocopy in Map Cabinet 1 Drawer 13.
5. Miscellaneous items: 2008 Prom ticket (card) G2.4
6. Panoramic photograph 1936-1937 by Powell.
Related Material
See also 1998-0100 for 1944-1945 AHS See also 2001-0140 for 1933-1934 AHS
Accession No.
1995-0059
1999-0121
Less detail
Date
1888 - 1985
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Series
Physical Description
textual records
Date
1888 - 1985
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Series
Series
1
Physical Description
textual records
Language
English
Scope and Content
Minute Books--Town Council D12, E15, E16
Minute books reveal issues facing the Town that required resolution by the passage of bylaws. Dates of volumes may overlap due to reports included within certain minute books. Minutes of Council are public record, therefore all records are Open.
Volume 1, April 2, 1888 to December 31, 1897 (plus statement of Municipal & school trustee elections for 1898) D12
Volume 2, January 10, 1898 to June 6, 1902 - D12
Volume 3, July 4, 1902 to May 26, 1902 - D12
Volume 4, June 4, 1906 to May 27, 1910 - D12
Volume 5, June 1910 to September 1913 - D12
Volume 6, October 1913 to December 1917 (contains list of nominees for 1916 Municipal election) - D12
Volume 7, December 1917 to December 1922 - D12
Volume 8, January 8, 1923 to December 28, 1925 - D12
Volume 9, January 25, 1926 to December 28, 1928 - D12
Volume 10, January 1929 to 1952 (Front Minutes) - D12
Volume 11, May 1952 to December 1956 - E15
Volume 12, January 1957 to December 1960 - E15
Volume 13, January 1961 to December 1964 - E15
Volume 14, January 1965 to December 1967 - E15
Volume 15, January 1968 to December 1969 - E15
Volume 16, January 1970 to December 1973 - E15
Volume 17, January 1974 to December 1977 - E15
Volume 18, January 1978 to December 1982 - E16
Volume 19, January 1983 to December 1985 - E16
Access Restriction
All records in this series are OPEN
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Accession No.
1997-0083
Less detail
Date
1929 - 1988
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Series
Physical Description
textual records
Date
1929 - 1988
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Town of Arnprior Records
Description Level
Series
Series
4
Physical Description
textual records
Language
English
Scope and Content
The series is divided into two sub-series:
1. Administrative Files:
Boxes 1 to 24 (1960’s - 1980’s) E 7 to E 13
2. Correspondence Files:
1929 (A-Z) E 6
Incoming Correspondence 1975-76 D 17.9
Boxes 1 to 17 (1960’s - 1980’s) E 1 to E 6
Access Restriction
Access Restrictions currently under review
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Accession No.
1997-0083
Less detail

20 records – page 1 of 1.