31 Mar 1831 This letter is addressed to James Gamble, Province of Canada, West Richmond Hill, Post Office. The letter is full of spelling and grammar errors. Size: 15 3/4 by 12 in.
10 Oct 1895 A photocopy of the letter from new Richmond Hill Public Library Board taking control over the old Mechanics' Institute.
3 Apr 1860 A letter of Abraham Wright to his son Amos Wright. The Battle of Bennington was a battle of the American Revolutionary War that took place on August 16, 1777, in Walloomsac, New York, about 16 km from its namesake Bennington, Vermont.
7 Mar 1882 A letter of S. Wright to Mrs. E. A. Meek.
1879 General summary of the Wright family for nine generations from pre-1631 to 1879, with a note of S. Wright addressed to Amos Wright.
24 Aug 1863 A genealogical note of a relative of Amos Wright. Amos Wright (1809-1881), reeve of Markham Township in 1850, member of Parliament for East York from 1851-67.
December 1880 A short letter to a little girl Bertha.
3 Jan 1950 A letter concerning signing of Bus Agreement between Toronto Transportation Commission and the Town of Richmond Hill.
A letter of the Toronto Transportation Commission to Mrs. L.W. Zuefelt concerning her request of information related to the history of Richmond Hill.
1843 A letter written by Mr. Kinnear. To Mr. Newton
Dear Sir, I have been put into a state of annoyance by Hugh Glass's wife sending up an account she has trumped up against Mrs. Higgins. She has rendered Mrs. H. perfectly useless and ill, and as I mast go into Toronto tomorrow cost what will you will...
1833-1837 A letter written by Colonel Moodie to James Newton concerning rent of a room in a house. In May 1833 James Newton was departing for Canada from Berwick-Upon-Tweed; Colonel Moodie was killed during Rebellion of 1837. Therefore, the letter was written between May 1833 and December 1837.
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