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  • Application for Appropriation of Funds for Paris Public School
        This is an application by the Board of Education for appropriation of funds for the Paris Public School. The original document was provided by the Paris Museum and Historical Society.
      This is an application by the Board of Education for appropriation of ...
  • Letter from Paul Wickson to the Public Library Board
        This item is a letter addressed to members of the Public Library Board from artist Paul Wickson, a former resident of Hamilton Place. In the letter Mr. Wickson requests that the Board repay a loan that he provided them. The letter is dated June 15th, 1913 and includes a "Hamilton ...
      This item is a letter addressed to members of the Public Library ...
  • Letter from Franklin Smoke to Thomas McCosh
        This item is the first page of a letter addressed to Thomas McCosh, the Town Clerk for Paris, from Franklin Smoke on behalf of Paul Wickson, a former resident of Hamilton Place. In the letter Mr. Wickson takes exception to the possibility of a sidewalk being laid any further south ...
      This item is the first page of a letter addressed to Thomas ...
  • Letter from Donald Sinclair to the Board of Education
        This is a letter written by Donald Sinclair, ("The People’s Stove and Hardware House", 1887), to the Board of Education, Paris (Ont.)
      This is a letter written by Donald Sinclair, ("The People’s Stove and ...
  • Letter from Joseph W. Capron to Horace Capron
        This letter was written by Joseph W. Capron from Attleborough to his relative Horace Capron in Paris. He discusses a variety of things about current events there, including the health of his father Otis Capron.
      This letter was written by Joseph W. Capron from Attleborough to his ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 15, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes about his previous business transactions with Mr. Moyer for $100 of dried apples for groceries. He intends to soon travel to Walkerton, Greenwood ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated March 25, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes that could not do any business in Brussels and that Mr. Thurman paid off his previous bill. He did not return until 10:30 ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 24, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes about his upcoming business travel plans. He also states that he didn't do much in Clinton, but will do what he can for ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 22, 1901. Mr. McCosh encloses an order for G.G. Wells that he has facilitated. He also adds that he has had little interaction with Mr. Gunn and briefly mentions ...
      This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a ...
  • Telegram to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 30, 1901. Mr. McCosh writes of enclosed orders for delivery he hopes to pick up for tomorrow. He states that he was late in arriving to Clifford and could ...
      This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated March 19, 1901. Mr. McCosh writes that Elliott had paid a previous bill, and updates them about his train issues on his way to Palmerston. After which McCosh states that he went ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from R.A. McBride
        This item is a letter sent from R.A. McBride, a merchant from Paris, to George Foster and Sons dated February 24, 1904. Mr. McBride writes that he regrets not contacting George Foster sooner, and says that it was quite busy in the previous month. He also says his horse has ...
      This item is a letter sent from R.A. McBride, a merchant from ...
  • Letter, John "Jack" Chapple Tate to Margaret Tate, 9 November 1941
        2017EG001.031a Letter 2017EG001.031a1 Page 1 Front #8 Sunday Nov.9-41 Dear Margaret, There is not much to write about but will write something to you anyway. It was only on Nov. 3 that I last wrote to you. This letter as you notice is number 8. Have you been receiving them ...
      2017EG001.031a Letter 2017EG001.031a1 Page 1 Front #8 Sunday Nov.9-41 Dear Margaret, There ...
  • Letter, John "Jack" Chapple Tate to Margaret Tate, 20 July 1941
        2017EG001.033.1 Front “Page 1”: R.C.A.F. #1 SIGNAL SCHOOL #1 WING – 3 SQDN CRANWELL LINCOLNSHIRE Wednesday July 30 – 41 Dear Margaret & Dad, Received your call yesterday and was glad to hear that everything is fine at home and you are all well. Wrote to you more than three ...
      2017EG001.033.1 Front “Page 1”: R.C.A.F. #1 SIGNAL SCHOOL #1 WING – 3 ...
  • Letter, John "Jack" Chapple Tate to Margaret Tate, 8 September 1941
        2017EG001.032a Letter Front: much lately. Just heard today that one of our […]. The pilot was Don Moss from Toronto. The observer came from Saskatchewan. Believe I told you that I met Bruce Wright in London. One of our crew […] shot the field, tried to climb back up and ...
      2017EG001.032a Letter Front: much lately. Just heard today that one of our ...
  • Letter, John "Jack" Chapple Tate to George R. Tate, 27 February 1942
        2017EG001.034a Letter Front England Feb 27-42 Dear Dad, Hello dad. How are you? Hope you are fine. Have received a couple of letters from you and was glad to get them. Just now we are in the south of England and we are not on operations. Just having a well ...
      2017EG001.034a Letter Front England Feb 27-42 Dear Dad, Hello dad. How are ...
  • Letter, John "Jack" Chapple Tate to Margaret Tate, 25 May 1942
        2017EG001.035a1 Letter May 25-42 Dear Margaret There is very little I can write about the loss of Wally Creeden. It was just tonight that I received your telegram asking for particulars and at least will write what should get through. I was on leave in Cardiff when our squadron made ...
      2017EG001.035a1 Letter May 25-42 Dear Margaret There is very little I can ...
  • Telegrams Re John "Jack" Chapple Tate, October 1942
        Collection of eight telegrams pertaining to Royal Canadian Air Force Flying Officer John "Jack" Chapple Tate's accident, death, funeral arrangements, and condolences from family members. Telegrams on paper, printed with black ink, with the message typewritten in black ink. Dated between 14 October to 25 October 1942.
      Collection of eight telegrams pertaining to Royal Canadian Air Force Flying Officer ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from C.H. Birley
        This item is a letter sent from C.H. Birley, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated June 1, 1903. After enclosing a $10 order for Ripley, Mr. Birley writes that it is not possible for him to pay at the time and requests his account note to be ...
      This item is a letter sent from C.H. Birley, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated June 17, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes that he has received payment from A.G. Anne and Walter James. He adds that he will do what he can in Bluevale and ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
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