1. Event recorded: article re ferry boat being built for the Arnprior — Bristol ferry. Chronicle. August 22, 1890, page 1. Andrew Roy (superintendent of construction).
2. Clipping of article in Ottawa Journal, Feb. 28, 1967, by Harry Walker: Story of Vanished Fleet on Ottawa-Pembroke Run, with photos of the steamer “Empress” and the “John Egan”. Other ships mentioned: Pontiac, Ann Sisson, Jason Gould, North Star, Alliance, Pembroke, Forest Queen, C. O’Kelly. The Union Line; Des Joachims (Tiberius Colton’s hotel). Handwritten: Wm. Boyce and Archie Campbell both were captains on the steamer “Empress”, both from Stewartville.
3. Envelope with four photographs, “boats on Ottawa River at Sand Point, ICO boats “Samson” and “Opeongo”. Man at the “old lighthouse, 1930s”. Also mentioned (on envelope): “Norvic” ferry, “Norway Belle” ferry.
4. Photo of the tug “Opeongo”, used to tow logs from Cheneau boom to the mills. From Janet Carmichael.
5. Photo of the tug “Donald McDonald”, steel side-wheel alligator. From Janet Carmichael.
6. Photo of the tug “Jean Macnamara”, fast, powerful steel alligator used on the boom. Built in 1914. From Janet Carmichael.
7. Photocopy of a picture of the tug “Opeongo”. “Shown pulled up on a launch ways at mouth of Madawaska River for winter. Used to tow logs from Chenaux Boom to the mills. Built by McLachlin Bros. and later sunk at the mouth of the Madawaska.” P. (Pat) Hall.
8. Clipping of article in Chronicle of Dec. 11, 1985, by Leo Lavoie: “Part One: Steamboats on the Ottawa River in bygone days”. Chats Lake fleet, Jean MacNamara, Donald MacDonald, Opeongo, McLachlin boom camp, alligator boat, photos by Jean Cunningham, Pat Hall and Lavoie Collection.
9. Two black and white copies of photographs taken by Barclay Craig of the Hiram Robinson - a steam tug used to tow log booms down the Ottawa River. These photographs were taken by Barclay Craig using his Brownie camera circa 1936 from a canoe near Campbell’s Island.
10. Photocopy of an article in Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 76, No. 1, January 1968, “The Alligator - Unique Canadian Boat” by Brenda Lee-Whiting. Photos including two from the Macnamara Collection, Ontario Archives.
11. Clipping from The Equity newspaper April 14, 2021 featuring an article by Emily Hsueh "The Life and Legacy of the Norvic 1". The Norvic 1 is a luxury houseboat made from the original Norvic ferry that ran between Norway Bay and Sand Point.