Shows existing boundaries of Arnprior outlined in red and proposed expanded boundaries in yellow. Attached page shows areas of existing and expanded town. Date of annotations is unknown. Map shows portions of Arnprior, McNab, Fitzroy, Pakenham Townships, and part of Pontiac County, QC.
Third Edition. Published in 1951. Surveyed between 1926-1929 by the Army Survey Establishment, updated with 1950 air photos.
Ms. L. Borshevsky donated this photograph in April 2018.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of one original team photograph of the Arnprior Hockey Club U.O.V.H.L. Champions 1938-1939, winners of Citizen Shield and McKinnon Anderson Cup.;
Back row: D. L. Raby (Exec); D. A. "Dolly" Oliver, C. M. "Mac" Mooney, Right Wing, Tommy Marshall (captain), Left Defence, W. Otterson Trainer, Mel Slater Right Defence, B. Ferguson Centre, A. N. Davieau, President, Jim Mulvihill Manager, Dr. J. H. Box, Vice-President.;
Front Row: B. Bennet Left Wing, T. McManus, Left Wing, Clarence "Ike" Houston (player coach) Right Wing, S. Moncur Goalie, F. Lowery Centre, Bert Hall, Left Wing, Norm McNaughton Defence.;
Use digital copy in Resources folder under accession number 2006-0205
Accruals are not expected
See also 2006-0205, Edward Mainprize fonds, for a photocopy of this photograph
Donated to the Archives by Arthur McLean in 2003. The maps were in the basement of his law firm's building on John Street. Mr. McLean's father Alan McLean took over the law firm from Arthur Burwash who was the lawyer for McLachlin Bros.
Scope and Content
Shows lots within the boundaries of Ottawa, Vancortland, Elgin, Victoria, and Harrington Streets, with Pine, West, and McLachlin Streets within (now Kinsmen Cres. & Dan St. Area).
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.
Official planning document (Sheet number 10 18 3950 50300) shows proposed areas of amalgamation of McNab Township by the Town of Arnprior. Map has been marked with coloured marker by owner. Proposed annexation for the following areas were being considered at this time:
Shows water mains and hydrants. Also gives streets, McLachlin mills and lumber yards, pumping station on the Madawaska River. Grist mills , woolen mill, saw mills 1 and 2 (both near Madawaska bridge), saw mills No. 3 and 4 on the Ottawa River.
Shows Flat Rapids Road (continuation of Daniel Street!) and Elgin Street continued east of the Madawaska River. CPR Station, O.A. & P.S. station (Canadian Atlantic Railway), McPhee’s Hotel, Town Hall. 4 churches, Grove, schools.
This is sheet 2 of 8 sheets of Arnprior. Handwritten title "Nopoming Game Sanct.". Map shows the area of Arnprior eastward from Bridge St. and Second Ave. along the Ottawa River and Hwy 17 (now Madawaska St.). Shows the land contours, marshes and gravel pits. Includes a pencilled-in Floating Platform located in the Nopoming Game Preserve. The CN Railroad is shown, including a spur line to the Playtex Park and another spur line to the stock yard.
Shows portions of Arnprior, McNab, Fitzroy, Pakenham, and Huntley Townships, and small part of Pontiac County, QC. Mississippi, Madawaska, Carp & Ottawa Rivers shown. Pakenham Highlands and Bellamy Road also shown.
Dept. of National Defence, Army Survey Establishment, originally published in 1926-29
paper - ink coloured
Size: 39 x 55
Scope and Content
Shows portions of Arnprior, McNab, Fitzroy, Pakenham Townships, and part of Pontiac County, QC. Eastern part of McNab Twp includes hamlets of White Lake, Waba, Stewartville, etc. Also shows Sand Point, Braeside, Sandy Hook, Roddy Bay, etc.
Very good map of Waba Creek, from White lake to its mouth, east of present Arnprior airport. Good map of the Flat Rapids (before the Madawaska was dammed). Calabogie Light and Power Co. line.
Shows that elevations vary from 575 feet northwest of Robertson’s Corners to 350 feet near Clay Bank, to 250 feet at the Arnprior wharf. Whyte Mountain (Pakenham): 700 feet.