Item consists of a white cotton quilt with names of subscribers embroidered in red. It is accompanied by a photo album of the quilt and all the individual squares, made by Rev. Connie McNamara and Ruth Antoine about 2010.
2019-021 Bill Boulton late installment Collection consists of:
Two albums containing 654 slides, some of which are originals of existing buildings and some are copies of prints already in the collection (or not). They are numbered with prefixes that match the main Historical Society Photo Collection (001 to 016), but the numbers of the individual photos duplicate numbers in the main collection. These have been combined into the main Historical Society Photo Collection.
Signature Quilt made by ladies of the Sand Bay Church dated 1919 (artifact)
manuscript list of 319 names on the Sand Bay quilt.
Two sweat shirts printed with the logo of Lansdowne Continuation School (artifact). Donated to Lansdowne Historical Society by Mary Puttenham Taugher, Wolfe Island, ON.
Two yellow plastic fabric banners 28cm x 180 cm with blue lettering “LANSDOWNE CONTINUATION/SCHOOL REUNION”. (artifact)
Kodak Carousel slide projector belonging to the Historical Society.
Item consists of a white cotton quilt 100" x 120" with 650 signatures embroidered in red and blue. Documentation accompanies it listing all the names on the quilt and the amounts collected from the subscribers.
small hardcover book “Piano-Forte Primer” by J F Burrowes, Boston, 1854, signed “Libbie Dollinger / Rockport / C. West”. Mary Elizabeth Dollinger was born in 1854 in Alexandria Bay NY, she married ? Kavanaugh in 1873 and lived in the Kavanaugh house. Very poor condition, not complete.
Small softcover book “The Most Reverend Doctor James Butler’s Catechisn” book of Roman Catholic religious instruction, no date. Poor condition missing part of the cover page, otherwise complete.
newspapers from Montreal between 1919 and 1926, found in the same house, were discarded, as was the tatters of a book about coffee and tea by Chase & Sanborn, with testimonials dated 1882-83.