Petawawa Public Library Digital Collections
1891 Assessment Roll for the Township of Petawawa 
text1891, This booklet is a an Assessment Roll for the Municipality of Petawawa. It is 10 pages long, and is made up of large ledger-type pages. The information is hand-written in black ink. The pages are bound, and are folded into each other.An assessment roll is a public record of taxable property. The...
No. 1 Canadian Forestry Corps - WWII 
still imagemystery1941, This photograph depicts four uniformed men posing outside of a building. There is a pile of wood behind the men. The uniforms are those of the No. 1 Canadian Forestry Corps (CFC) during World War II.From left to right: Unknown, Oliver Clouthier, Unknown, Unknown. Men from the same area were...
New staff at library 
text24 May 1989, Newspaper article describing staff changes at the Petawawa Public Library.
Library activities 
text17 May 1989, Newspaper article describing upcoming activities at the Petawawa Public Library during the months of May,June and July 1989.
Family Portrait at River Farm 
still image1910, This photograph depicts a family portrait of men, women and children in front of a home.From left to right, back row: Reinholdt Gutzman, Carl Jr. Gutzman, Ada Gutzman, Gustav August Gutzman, Emil Edward Heinze with baby Ada, Wilhelmina Michel with Freda Gertrude, Emil Michel with Edgar Michel,...
Family Portrait at River Farm 
still image1910, This photograph depicts a family portrait of men, women and children in front of a home.Back Row: Reinholdt Gutzman, Carl Jr. Gutzman, Ada Gutzman, Gustav August Gutzman, Emil Edward Heinze (with baby Ada, Emil Michel, William P. Gutzman (with Baby Alfred) Middle Row: Carl Sr. Gutzman, Emilia...
Book sale a success 
text28 June 1989 Newspaper article thanking those who supported a giant book sale held during Civic Centre Days.
Kinette Cheque Presentation 
textPembroke Daily Observer, 22 March 1977 Newspaper article about members of the Kinette Club of Pembroke presenting a cheque to the Petawawa Public Library.
Petawawa's Union Library Proves To Be Successful 
textPembroke Daily Observer, 19 March 1977 Newspaper article about the history of the Petawawa Public Library in the community and Board Members.
Civinette Club Presents Cheques 
textstill imagePembroke Daily Observer, 25 October 1978 Newspaper article about the Pembroke Civinette Club presenting a cheque to pat Pollard, chief Librarian at the Petawawa Public Library.
Library Week Winds Down, Busy Winter Season Expected 
textPembroke Daily Observer, 24October 1987 Newspaper article about upcoming events taking place at the Petawawa Public Library.
Ideas for Christmas 
textstill imagePembroke Daily Observer, October 1987 Photo of Sherry Melski of the Gloucester Crafts Guild, who presented a Christmas Craft demonstration.
Library Place To Go 
textstill imagePembroke Daily Observer, 23 October 1987 Photo of Jennifer Lance and the Petawawa Public Library's Halloween ghost during Library Week.
Interview - Mr. Peter White 
audiotextAugust 20, 1982 This audio is from a recorded interview with Mr. Peter White who spent nearly every summer of his life vacationing at a cottage on the Petawawa Point in Petawawa, Ontario. Mr. White discusses his family history, working in the lumber camps, local families of Petawawa and life near the military...
Leading the parade 
still imageJune 1990 Two children carrying the banner, Libby says Read it! during the Civic Centre Days parade June 1990.Children carrying the banner are Daniel and Matthew Davyduik.Reverse : 1990 CC Days
Libby the bookworm Civic Centre days 
still imageJune 1990 Library staff following Libby the bookworm during the Civic Centre Days parade June 1990.Reverse : 1990 CC Days
Libby says Read it! 
still imageJune 1990 Two children carrying the banner Libby says Read it! during the Civic Centre Days parade June 1990.Library staff are following Libby the bookworm. Photo taken at Petawawa Plaza.Children carrying the banner are Daniel and Matthew Davyduik. Libby is Stewart Risto, followed by Brenda Meighan, Bianca...
Interview - Mrs. Hazel Davis 
textJuly 26, 1982 This document outlines an interview with Mrs. Hazel Davis in which she discusses her history of teaching in Petawawa, ON. There was audio tape to go with this interview, however the incredibly degraded and poor sound quality prevented the actual audio from being posted here.
Sawford,  THE CONDO-CAT BY EILEEN ROBINSON  OCTOBER 1990 
textOctober 1990 This fictional story tells the story of Mrs Craig and Sanford, her cat, as they adjust to the rules of condo living.This short story was written by Eileen Robinson, a staff member of the Petawawa Public Library.
Reading starts young 
textstill image Photo of Jean Risto, head librarian, and Wendy Pritchard with infant son Ian.
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