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On Aug. 12, 1932, Cecil E. Booth, age 48, of Ottawa. ( Aug. 18, 1932, p. 5 )*
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On Aug. 12, 1932, Cecil E. Booth, age 48, of Ottawa. ( Aug. 18, 1932, p. 5 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 5
Date
1932-08-18
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Arnprior Chronicle
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5
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Asa Riddell, age 56, of Billings Bridge. ( Feb. 1, 1929 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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Asa Riddell, age 56, of Billings Bridge. ( Feb. 1, 1929 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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1929-02-01
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Arnprior Chronicle
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2
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1936c
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Handford Studio collection
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Physical Description
scanned positive from nitrate negative
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Date
1936c
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Handford Studio collection
Description Level
Item
Series
3
Creator
A.L. Handford
Physical Description
scanned positive from nitrate negative
Accession No.
2008-0233
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In July 1919, Mr. R.A.H. Booth & Miss Lavina Hobbs. ( July 12, 1934, p. 2 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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In July 1919, Mr. R.A.H. Booth & Miss Lavina Hobbs. ( July 12, 1934, p. 2 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
Date
1934-07-12
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Arnprior Chronicle
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2
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On Sept. 5, 1931, Maynard W. Booth of Ottawa and Miss Lela Marie Hultqvist of New York. ( Oct. 1, 1931, p. 3 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 3
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On Sept. 5, 1931, Maynard W. Booth of Ottawa and Miss Lela Marie Hultqvist of New York. ( Oct. 1, 1931, p. 3 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 3
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1931-10-01
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Arnprior Chronicle
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3
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In 1907, Philip Langlois and Mrs. Booth, both of Braeside. ( Oct. 28, 1927, p. 2 )**
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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In 1907, Philip Langlois and Mrs. Booth, both of Braeside. ( Oct. 28, 1927, p. 2 )**
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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1927-10-28
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Arnprior Chronicle
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2
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In July 1919, at Kinburn, Samuel A. Young & Miss Florence Emily Booth. ( July 12, 1934, p. 2 )
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In July 1919, at Kinburn, Samuel A. Young & Miss Florence Emily Booth. ( July 12, 1934, p. 2 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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1934-07-12
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Arnprior Chronicle
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2
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In Rochester, Minn., Fred Booth, age 67. ( Aug. 7, 1930, p. 5 )*
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In Rochester, Minn., Fred Booth, age 67. ( Aug. 7, 1930, p. 5 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 5
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1930-08-07
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Arnprior Chronicle
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5
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Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
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File
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textual records
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Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Fonds No.
0021
Series
1
Subseries
CAN2
Scope and Content
1. Quick note by Peter Hessel re this firm with some information on this company formerly known as the Arnprior Cabinet Company. Established in 1916, this company built furniture and later telephone booths.
NOTE: Article in Watchman, Oct. 19, 1917, page 5 (Reel N584 1) re the construction of a building for Arnprior Cabinet Company, a new industry.
2. Photocopy of page 66 in Arnprior Story.
See also Chronicle, Dec. 13, 1929, page 1: additions to Public Booth building.
3. Watchman, Aug. 16, 1918 (reel N584 2): drawing of building and story of Arnprior Cabinet Factory.
4. Notice to the Personnel of Canadian Public Booth Company Limited about Customer service from R. J. Simpson, President. Item donated by Mrs. Phyllis Brennan Feb 2014.
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1994 0021
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Edward Charles Booth of Fitzroy, at Brockville Of brain trouble. ( Arnprior Semi Weekly News Nov. 5, 1897 )*
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Arnprior Semi Weekly News p. 3
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Edward Charles Booth of Fitzroy, at Brockville Of brain trouble. ( Arnprior Semi Weekly News Nov. 5, 1897 )*
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Arnprior Semi Weekly News p. 3
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1897-11-05
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Arnprior Semi Weekly News
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3
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Robert C. Booth, age 36 or 86. At Brockville of brain trouble. ( Nov. 5, 1897 )*
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Robert C. Booth, age 36 or 86. At Brockville of brain trouble. ( Nov. 5, 1897 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 5
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1897-11-05
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Arnprior Chronicle
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5
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Ephraim Booth Sadler, age 77, of Arnprior. ( Feb. 22, 1929, p. 5 )*
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Ephraim Booth Sadler, age 77, of Arnprior. ( Feb. 22, 1929, p. 5 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 5
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1929-02-22
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Arnprior Chronicle
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5
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c1958
Collection/Fonds
Nancy Black fonds
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Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 25.5 cm x 18.5 cm
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Date
c1958
Format
photographic
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Nancy Black fonds
Description Level
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Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 25.5 cm x 18.5 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an unidentified man with his back to the camera. This series of B&W photographs was produced for an article about the Canadian Public Booth Co. in the Canadian Woodworker Magazine (May 1958).
Accession No.
2012-0298
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On Aug. 25, 1934, Mrs. John Henry Booth, age 34, of Braeside. Nee Miss Lavina Hobbs. ( Aug. 30, 1934, p. 1 )*
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On Aug. 25, 1934, Mrs. John Henry Booth, age 34, of Braeside. Nee Miss Lavina Hobbs. ( Aug. 30, 1934, p. 1 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 1
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1934-08-30
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Arnprior Chronicle
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1
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Mrs. Maynard W. Booth, age 25, of Fitzroy Harbor. Nee Ada Rosboro.( May 16, 1930, p. 8 )*
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Mrs. Maynard W. Booth, age 25, of Fitzroy Harbor. Nee Ada Rosboro.( May 16, 1930, p. 8 )*
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 8
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1930-05-16
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Arnprior Chronicle
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8
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In 1934, Mrs. John Henry Booth. ( Jan. 24, 1935, p. 7 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 7
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In 1934, Mrs. John Henry Booth. ( Jan. 24, 1935, p. 7 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 7
Date
1935-01-24
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Arnprior Chronicle
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7
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c1958
Collection/Fonds
Nancy Black fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 x 10 original prints
Date
c1958
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Nancy Black fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 x 10 original prints
Physical Condition
good (curling)
History / Biography
The Arnprior Cabinet Company was established about 1916 with R. J. Simpson as Manager and Harry Meagher, Superintendent. The factory was incorporated in 1922 as the Canadian Public Booth Co. It was located near the Madawaska River off Thomas Street. Originally, the company manufactured furniture and specialty items such as cutlery cases and cribbage boards. Later it built all of the telephone booths used across Canada under the direction of Robert M. Simpson (Robert Simpson) as General Manager and long-time mayor of Arnprior. By 1949, Canada Public Booth employed over 125 men and women. Other personell included: A.F. Lampole (Superintendent), John M. Taylor (Assistant Manager and Office Manager), E. J. Anniss (Draughting and Detailing), Wilfred Lampole (Mill Foreman), Joe Caruso (Cabinet Room Foreman), Elmer Fischer (Finishing Room Foreman), Melvin McConeghy (Trim Room Foreman), Herman Woermke (Special Installations), E. J. Ebbs (Finishing Specialist) E. C. Collins (Maintainance Foreman), Lloyd Black (Special Work Foreman), Lloyd Johnston (Special Work), Samuel B. Wilson (Stockkeeper), Cecil B. Armitage (Special Work), Lorne Todd (Production Engineer), Edward Bond (Chief Engineer) and Fred Scheels (Special Work)
Acquisition Source
Donated by Nancy Black December 2012 (whose father was Lloyd Black, Special Work Foreman) via Doug Collins
Scope and Content
11 Interior shots of Canada Public Booth operations. Includes photo of Robert A. Simpson in his office and Lloyd Black, employee. This series of B&W photographs was produced for an article about the Canadian Public Booth Co. in the Canadian Woodworker Magazine (May 1958).
Notes
First donated and copied as electronic images. Then donor agreed to donate original prints. Source used in Biographical History was Arnprior Story and Newspaper advertisement dated
Related Material
Fred Lampole fonds (I19.3), See also subject files in Reading Room
Accession No.
2012-0298
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1948
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Carol Anne Smith fonds
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1 photograph : b&w ; 33 cm x 28 cm
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Date
1948
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photographic
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Carol Anne Smith fonds
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Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 33 cm x 28 cm
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A black an white photograph of the 1948 Canada Public Booth hockey team.
Front row left to right; unknown, Mervyn Leitch, Charlie Proulx, Des Lavern (goalie), Billy Hogan, Tommy Callahan, unknown
Back row left to right; the first player is Jack Taylor, Joey Proulx, unknown, Fern Payer, unknown, Cyril 'Red' Strike, Lloyd Black, Harold Kittner
Accession No.
2014-0339
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c1958
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Nancy Black fonds
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Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 25.5 cm x 18.5 cm
  1 image  
Date
c1958
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Nancy Black fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 25.5 cm x 18.5 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an unidentified pair working on the shop floor. This series of B&W photographs was produced for an article about the Canadian Public Booth Co. in the Canadian Woodworker Magazine (May 1958).
Accession No.
2012-0298
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In Prince Albert, Sask., Mr. E. E. Connolly, formerly of Renfrew. Bride’s name not included. ( Sept. 20, 1912, p. 2 )
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In Prince Albert, Sask., Mr. E. E. Connolly, formerly of Renfrew. Bride’s name not included. ( Sept. 20, 1912, p. 2 )
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Arnprior Chronicle p. 2
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1912-09-20
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Arnprior Chronicle
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