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Plan of the Police Village of Maple

  • CA CoV Archives M990.26
  • Item
  • 1940

Item consists of a hand-drawn plan outlining the properties, their owners, and the general configuration of Maple.

Maple and Rupert Town : [site plan] : [18--?] [see notes]

  • CA CoV Archives M991.9
  • File
  • Copied 1991

File consists of a site plan that delineates the division line between Maple and Rupert Town; also indicates lot subdivisions and illustrates situation of Village of Richmond Hill relative to Maple and Rupert Town.

Photograph of automobile of Dr. F. W. Routley : [ca. 1915]

  • CA CoV Archives M990.7
  • Item
  • Copied, 1990

Item consists of a photograph. Depicted is Dr. F. W. Routley, who practiced medicine in Maple from 1909 to 1922, and for 27 years was chief executive officer of the Canadian Red Cross Society, and contributed to the Blue Cross Plan for hospital care which began in 1941. The vehicle he is driving appears to be a Ford Model T and is situated in the vicinity of Major Mackenzie Drive and Keele Street.

Vaughan Township photographs [Graphic material]

  • CA CoV Archives M009.28
  • File
  • 1850-1996

File consists of photographs of various scenes and people in Vaughan Township from the mid 19th century to the late 20th century.

John and Doris Neufeld fonds [Cartographic material]

  • CA CoV Archives M996.23
  • Fonds
  • 1904-1963

Fonds consists of three maps of Maple dated 1904, 1936, and 1963 which depict the layout of the community as well as the names and locations of various businesses and farms.

St. Stephen's Anglican Church Ink Sketches

  • CA CoV Archives M014.13
  • File
  • ca.1960-1970s

Item consists of a collection of St. Stephen's Anglican Church ink sketches obtained from the Miller House. Sent by Dr. Ramsay and Mrs. Molly Armitage, these black and white sketched ink greeting cards with appropriate verses, were drawn by Mrs. Armitage's son Jack ca. 1960s -late 1970s. These cards were in possession of the Miller family, who owned a florist business and greenhouses located on the east side of Keele street. The miller house was located just south of their florist shop at 10137 Keele Street and was built ca. 1880. In addition to the 12 cards that were donated, historical infomation regarding The Church as well as Dr. Ramsay Armitage is also included.

Mayor Lorna Jackson's Funeral Video [object]

  • CA CoV Archives M014.15
  • Item
  • 2002

Item consists of one VHS videotape "Funeral of Lorna Jackson, 2002" which contains the televised video of the former Mayor's funeral in April of 2002. The film was produced by Rogers Television and is approximately 75 minutes in length. The funeral itself was one of several which took place in the Old Civic Centre and contains speeches from previous City of Vaughan staff including Scott Sommerville who was the City Manager from 1978-2002.

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