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  • Letter to Louis J. Cahill from the managing editor at Knox, Harvie and Foss 

    Unknown author (1948-07-07)
    Letter (1 typed page) to Louis J. Cahill from the managing editor at Knox, Harvie and Foss [this is the letterhead] asking about the Roebling Bridge, July 7, 1948.
  • Letter to Messrs R. Woodruff from Mackenzie, Gates & Co. 

    Mackenzie, Gates & Co. (1849-06-01)
    Letter to Messrs. Woodruff and Woodruff of St. Catharines from Thomas Secord of St. Catharines who was applying for the job of a clerk. He states that he would like to make $15 a month plus board, July 31, 1849.
  • Letter to Mr. C. Howard from Louis J. Cahill 

    Cahill, Louis J. (1948-07-09)
    Letter (1 typed page) to Mr. C. Howard from Louis J. Cahill of the Niagara Editorial Bureau stating that they are sending information in regard to the Zimmerman Bank and Whirlpool Rapids Bridge in relation to the forthcoming ...
  • Letter to Mr. C. Howard from Louis J. Cahill 

    Unknown author (1948-07-16)
    Letter (1 typed page) to Mr. C. Howard from Louis J. Cahill of the Niagara Editorial Bureau requesting copies of the whirlpool rapids bridge story, July 16, 1948.
  • Letter to Mr. C. Howard from Mrs. Tolan 

    Tolan, Eva S. (1948-04-25)
    Letter (3 typed pages) to Mr. C. Howard of the Dominion Bank of Toronto from Mrs. Tolan of the Lundy’s Lane Historical Society. She encloses 2 articles entitled “Origins of Niagara Falls, Ontario” and “Captain Creighton ...
  • Letter to Mr. C. Howard from Mrs. Tolan 

    Tolan, Eva S. (1948-02-23)
    Letter (2 typed pages) to Mr. C. Howard of the Dominion Bank of Toronto from Mrs. Tolan of the Lundy’s Lane Historical Society explaining the origin of the name “Suspension Bridge”, Feb. 23, 1948.
  • Letter to Mr. F. Lake from S.D. Woodruff 

    Woodruff, S.D. (1856-10-25)
    Letter to Mr. F. Lake from S.D. Woodruff stating that he would like to close up all expenses connected with the Port Dalhousie Thorold Railway this month, Oct. 25, 1856.
  • Letter to Mr. Henry H. Collier, 1837 

    Adams, Anne (2013-04-22)
    1 double-sided handwritten letter addressed to Henry H. Collier, Bath, Steuben Co. N.Y. and dated May 28, 1837. There is a St. Catharines postmark which is barely visible. In the centre of the postmark, someone has written ...
  • Letter to Mr. Ingersoll, secretary of the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway from S.D. Woodruff 

    Woodruff, S.D. (1856-12-04)
    Letter to Mr. Ingersoll, secretary of the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway from S.D. Woodruff regarding a letter from F. Lalor on the 25th of October which is about claims of expenses, Dec. 4, 1856.
  • Letter to Mr. Joseph Woodruff 

    Unknown author (1848-12-04)
    Letter to Mr. Joseph Woodruff stating that the affidavit which was taken by him [Joseph Woodruff] over a year since of Richard and William Woodruff attesting to the death of Richard Clement and of James Duffin Cleveland ...
  • Letter to Mr. Josiah Matlock, 1852 

    Adams, Anne (2016)
    One 1 page handwritten letter
  • Letter to Mr. Lee from Samuel D. Woodruff 

    Woodruff, Samuel D. (1848-02-21)
    Letter to Mr. Lee from Samuel D. Woodruff which states that in July the affidavits were sent for the purpose of getting the patent for Lot no.30, Concession 2 in Enniskillen. Mr. Woodruff requests a receipt of that ...
  • Letter to Mr. Lee who was clerk of the Heir Devisee Committee in Toronto from Samuel D. Woodruff 

    Woodruff, Samuel D. (1847-07-19)
    Letter to Mr. Lee who was clerk of the Heir Devisee Committee in Toronto from Samuel D. Woodruff. [The Heir and Devisee Committee was formed to clarify the titles to land of heirs of people who had been assigned Crown ...
  • Letter to Mr. Steers from Samuel D. Woodruff regarding Lot 30 

    Woodruff, Samuel D. (1848-04-18)
    Letter to Mr. Steers from Samuel D. Woodruff regarding Lot 30, Concession 2 in Enniskillen (1 double sided page). Mr. Woodruff is asking Mr. Steers to inform him if he will attest to the claim of Mr. Clement. This letter ...
  • Letter to Mr. Thomas Bell 

    Unknown author (1848-12-15)
    Letter to Mr. Thomas Bell asking him to use all due diligence to bring this claim before the committee. [This letter is unsigned but is from Port Robinson and likely written by Samuel D. Woodruff], Dec. 15, 1848.
  • Letter to Mr. Thomas Bell from S.D. Woodruff 

    Woodruff, S.D. (1849-07-16)
    Letter to Mr. Thomas Bell from S.D. Woodruff concerning the claim of Mr. James Clement. Mr. Woodruff trusts that Mr. Bell has the application made for the patent. He encloses $10 to cover the fees. He states that he has ...
  • Letter to Mr. Walsh, Registrar Office, 1836 

    Adams, Anne (2013-04-22)
    1 handwritten letter addressed to _____ Walsh Esq., Registrar Office, Vittoria, Long Point. The letter is dated Sept. 10, 1836 on the inside, but Sept 12, 1836 on the outside and it is from Fort Erie. The content of the ...
  • Letter to Mr. William Leary, steward of the Long Point Company, from S.D. Woodruff regarding the painting of the new building at Long Point 

    Woodruff, S.D. (1875-06-11)
    Letter to Mr. William Leary, steward of the Long Point Company, from S.D. Woodruff regarding the painting of the new building at Long Point (2 ½ pages, handwritten), June 11, 1875.
  • Letter to Mr. Woodruff from Calvin Cudney of Clifton 

    Cudney, Calvin (n.d.)
    Letter to Mr. Woodruff from Calvin Cudney of Clifton saying that he has enclosed $35 in interest on the mortgage. The upper right hand corner of the letter has been torn away. This affects the text slightly, n.d.
  • Letter to Mrs. Band from Jean Lambe 

    Lambe, Jean (1958)
    Letter and envelope to Mrs. Band of Toronto regarding Trooper’s pedigree. The letter is signed by Jean Lambe, Jan. 9, 1958.