I had the honour of working for this great landmark in the late 90s and of reporting to its professional owners Alan and Ayesha Jinah. A couple of days ago I uploaded a video clip of the interior of Hotel Quinte, covering one of its most emotional community events. I had photographed it using an out-of-date tape camera. After struggling with the 23 years old cracked tape, I was fortunate to conclude my upload in an above average quality. Please find below the link to my uploaded film it is yours to discover and distribute at your leisure.
With kind regards
Currently in confinement overseas unable to reenter Canada
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As of January 2016 the Belleville Public Library is the sole contributor to this site The support of the Ontario Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sport is gratefully acknowledged
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