1838 Canadian Prisoner's box from the Upper Canada Rebellion at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "The inscription reads: "Presented to Mrs. Wm. Carrol by John Anderson when a state prisoner at Fort Henry, 1838" and "In Memory of Lount and Matthews executed at Toronto 12th of April, 1838 Time will tell why.""
Sir John Beverly Robinson of the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada. He was aligned with the Family Compact party, which advocated conservative values, was against democracy and consisted of a small clique of men who wielded most of the political, economical and judicial power in Upper Canada from the 1810's to the 1840's. He has been acknowledged as the party leader.
Dr. Norman Bethune (1890 –1939) - is best known as a hero in the People's Republic of China and for his impact on Sino-Canadian relations. But he also gained a reputation in his native Canada as a gifted surgeon, an inventor, a political activist and an early proponent of a universal health care system.