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Friends of Music Season Documents, 2002

  • 2004.22.2.6
  • Dossiê
  • 2002

File consists of the documents used to conduct the 2002 season of the Friends of Music. It includes: Programs, contract, correspondence between Friends of Music members and Correspondence between Friends of Music and performer's agencies. Season included: Allmana Sangen and La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra.

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B. Trott and W.H. Trott Correspondence

  • 2016.38.3
  • Séries

A series of four (4) letters sent from Beatrice Trott to her brother, William Herbert Trott. Dates unknown, but possibly c1910.

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Nathaniel Haskill Whiskey Ledger

Whiskey Ledger belonging to Nathaniel Haskill who owned property and lived at Lot 16, Broken Front and Lot 165, Concession 1, Hope Township (now the Municipality of Port Hope). The earliest date of entry is 1801 with most dates primarily from 1807- 1813. - the inside pages are hand written with the purchaser's name, a description and amount of whiskey purchased and the means of payment. Often based on a barter system with payment made in the form of bushels of wheat, cows, barrels of flour etc. Some customers paid in cash. - comprised of 145 pages which are written upon with the remaining pages blank. The first 33 pages include more than one customer, where later pages, 34 - 145 are devoted to a single customer. Each customer has two pages together, side by side. In handwriting at the top is the name of the customer. First name on the left page and surname on the right side page. Left page also lists the date, amount of whiskey obtained and the cost in pounds and shillings. The left page indicates the means of payment.

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Richard S. Haskill Ledger/ Journal

Item is a journal / ledger of day to day activities on the farm and weather conditions by Richard S. Haskill, consisting of 200 pages - Mar. 9 1955 - June 10, 1962 indicated on front cover - stamped on front cover by manufacturer is "RECORD, No.790, 200" in black ink - this journal has one column on left side of the page with the month and day and on the right side two columns indicating debits and credits, the date is written along the top of the page - this journal indicates that Richard was involved more with the raising and selling of animals than previous familiy members who owned the farm. He speaks of chickens, capons, pigs and cattle. There is no mention of milk or dairy cows as in previous journals from this collection. He also speaks of spraying both crops and his apple orchard.

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Josiah Haskill Whiskey Ledger

This ledger belonged to Josiah Haskill (written on the inside cover) and contains the year and name of the client across the top of the left hand page in cursive writing and on the right side page at the top is written the year/ "Contra"/ Pound, Shilling and Pence". - amounts of whiskey the client received are listed on the left side and payments with bushels of wheat, oats, apples, bundles of straw, hay, beans, hogs etc. and cash are listed on the right side. - only the top corner of the left hand pages are numbered, the book has a total of 80 numbered double pages or 160 single pages. Some pages have been removed. -

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Shuter Nimrod Haskill Ledger/ Journal

  • This journal belonged to Shuter Nimrod Haskill and includes a variety of information, the date of the first entry is April 1, 1871 and the last recorded date is June 5, 1920. It includes; 1) a diary of day to day activities on the farm Sept. 8 1899 - pgs. 4 - 14 2) a "diary for 1876", which has been written by another individual, mostly a family member, includes details on the weather pgs. 15 - 24 3) Account of cash paid and rec'd 4) Beef Ring details 1916 - 1919 5) Supplies for the house, product and price 6) a list of items "Bought for for Hilda Littlejohn"

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Sanford Watts Haskill Ledger /Journal

This book belonged to Sanford Watts Haskill, son of Josiah, grandson of Nathaniel and records financial numbers along the top and right side columns. The body of the page is a journal /record of the day to day happenings on the farm and describes the weather for each day, with date listed in the left hand columns. - this journal/ledger consists of 565 pages. A loose page, with three columns, (2 for "Deaths" and one coulmn for "Marriages") is inserted at the beginning of the book and lists the names of people who have died or been married with a page number beside. Turning to the page gives you the date of death or marriage indicated by a notation. As the page is badly worn on the right side the Marriage page numbers are missing. On the reverse side the page numbers are clear, although the names are difficult to read.

Nathaniel Haskill and his wife Abigail (Sawyer) with 7 children made their way to Smith's Creek from Massachusetts about 1795. They were part of the 187 settlers brought in by Elias Smith, J. Walton and A. Walton. - T

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Haskill Ledger / Journal

Item is a Journal / ledger of the day to day activities on the farm and financial information from Jan. 1, 1907 - Sept. 29, 1910. Across the top of each page is "Balance on Hand" and 2 columns on the right hand side indicate the credits and payments made. - near the front of the book are two names in writing, Henry S. Haskill and Sanford W. Haskill (Sanford Watts was the son of Josiah Haskill, the handwriting matches with the previous journal /ledger and is that of Sanford's) - the book has a total of 300 pages; 162 contain the day to day activities and credit / debit amounts ending Sept. 13, 1910. Page 163 has a list from "Sale Sept. 29th, 1910" indicating the items that had sold and those that remained "unsold" - the front cover lists marriages and deaths in1907 Nathaniel Haskill and his wife Abigail (Sawyer) with 7 children made their way to Smith's Creek from Massachusetts about 1795. They were part of the 187 settlers brought in by Elias Smith, J. Walton and A. Walton. The Haskills were farmers and distillers by trade for several generations.

Shuter Nimrod Haskill Ledger/ Journal

Item is a Journal / ledger of the day to day activities on the farm and financial information from Jan. 1, 1910 - Aug. 21, 1910 belonging to Shuter Nimrod Haskill. - - - -Across the top of each page is the date by month and number and "Amount Brought Forward" with a dollar amount. 2 columns on the right hand side indicate the credits and payments made, the centre section indicates weather conditions and the tasks that were completed that day, Two columns on the left side indicate the date by day and number, two columns on the right side indicate the debits and credits in dollars. - there are several loose inserts in the back of the book.

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Haskill Business Ledger/ Journal

This Ledger/ Journal records weather conditions and farm activities, and credits and debits on a particular day from Aug. 22,1910 to May 20, 1924. - Across the top of each page is the date by month, day and year and "Brought Forward" with a dollar amount. Two columns on the left side indicate the date by day and number,the centre section indicates weather conditions and the tasks that were completed that day, two columns on the right side indicate the debits and credits in dollars. - there are several loose inserts in the back of the book. - "Day Book" is labeled on the spine and contains 588 pages, stamped in blue ink in upper corner. - some pages have been removed

Shuter Nimrod Haskill Ledger/ Journal

  • Journal/ diary of day to day activities and weather conditins on the farm by Shuter Nimrod Haskill, from May 20, 1924 - Apr. 24, 1936. - on the upper line of each page is the date and "Brought Forward" amount. - each page is divided into columns indicating (r to l) Day and number, activities, debits, credits. - the journal consists of 504 pages, the number is stamped in upper corner of each page. - entries continue onto the inside back cover. - dairy farming ("self took milk down " and crops appear to be the primary farming activities of this generation - speaks of getting the car repaired

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Friends of Music Programmes, 1976-1999

  • 2019.5.1
  • Dossiê
  • 1976 - 1999

Series includes programmes from various Friends of Music events, 1976-1999. All events took place at Port Hope United Church unless otherwise noted. a) Oshawa Symphony Orchestra, December 11 1977 b) Oshawa Symphony Orchestra, May 11 1980 c) Peterborough Symphony Orchestra, October 29 1978 d) 'The Messiah' by Northumberland Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonic Choir, April 2 1980 e) Anton Kuerti, November 29, 1981 f) Hagood Hardy, February 20 1983 g) Hamilton Philharmonic, April 24, 1983 h) George Zukerman, November 20 1983 i) An Evening of Opera with Roxolana Roslak, Jean Macphail, Gary Rideout, Stuart Hamilton, March 11 1984 j) Maureen Forrester and Derek Bampton, April 15 1984 k) The Tallis Choir, November 18 1984 l) North York Symphony, April 28 1985 m) Jon Kimura Parker, October 27 1985 n) Hugh McLean, January 19 1986 o) Gabrieli Brass, April 20 1986 p) Vancouver Chamber Choir, February 22 1987 q) Anagnoson and Kinton, March 2 1987 r) The Moscow Woodwind quintet, March 6 1987 s) Kingston Symphony, March 27 1987 t) Mary O'Hara, October 16 1987 u) The King's Singers, November 27 1987 v) The Allegri String Quartet, March 26 1988 w) Angela Hewitt, April 24 1988 x) Kitchener Waterloo Symphony, November 18 1988 y) Elmer Iseler Singers, December 10 1988 z) The Amadeus Ensemble, April 29 1990 aa) Carrol McLaughlin, February 18 1989 bb) Mirelle Lagace, March 31 1989 cc) Great Lakes Brass, May 12 1989 dd) Toronto Symphony at Port Hope High School, September 30 1990 ee) 'In Memorian' Helen Kyle ff) Louis Lortie, November 23 1990 gg) I Musici De Montreal with Anton Kuerti, February 8 1991 hh) Loreen McKennit, March 17 1991 ii) American Boychoir, April 21 1991 jj) Gene Dinovi and James Campbell, April 18 1998 kk) Le Studio De Musique Ancienne de Montreal, December 11 1999 ll) Daniel Domb and Oshawa Symphony Orchestra, May 16 1976

The Northumberland Choristers Program, 1991-1996

  • 2019.5.3
  • Dossiê
  • 1991 - 1996

Series of programs for 'The Northumberland Choristers' events that took place at Port Hope United Church, a) 'A Northumberland Christmas, December 4 1994 b) 'Music to Make You Smile', November 26 1995 c) 'With a Smile & A Song, November 24 1996 d) 'Messiah', December 8 1991

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Musical Event Programs

  • 2019.5.4
  • 1997 - 2005

Series of programs of entertainment and musical events that took place in Port Hope, a) Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean, at the Capitol Theatre, 1998 b) 'A Spring Concert' by the Upper Canada Boychoir at Port Hope United Church, April 20 1997 c)'An Evening with La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra' at the Capitol Theatre, April 28 2005 d) The Oriana Singers present 'Lest We Forget', at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Port Hope, November 7 1999 e) A promotional poster for a Friends of Music event

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