Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Letter addressed to James Gamble in West Richmond Hill 
Text  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.
Letter from new Richmond Hill Public Library Board 
Text  10 Oct 1895  A photocopy of the letter from new Richmond Hill Public Library Board taking control over the old Mechanics' Institute.
Letter of Abraham Wright 
Text  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.
Letter of S. Wright to Mrs. E. A. Meek 
Text  7 Mar 1882  A letter of S. Wright to Mrs. E. A. Meek.
General summary of the Wright family for nine generations 
Text  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.
Genealogical note of a relative of Amos Wright 
Text  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.
Short letter to little Bertha 
Text  December 1880  A short letter to a little girl Bertha.
Letter concerning signing of Bus Agreement 
Text  3 Jan 1950  A letter concerning signing of Bus Agreement between Toronto Transportation Commission and the Town of Richmond Hill.
Letter from Toronto Transportation Commission 
Text    A letter of the Toronto Transportation Commission to Mrs. L.W. Zuefelt concerning her request of information related to the history of Richmond Hill.
Letter written by Mr. Kinnear 
Image  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...
Letter written by Colonel Robert Moodie 
Text  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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