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Niagara Falls Taxi Service, N.Y., Scenic motor trips [printed advertisement], ca. 1917.
One pamphlet advertising scenic motor trips conducted by the Niagara Falls Taxi Service, Inc., ca. 1917.
Commemorative stamps, United States, 1948.
Consists of 4 cancelled stamps on an envelope addressed to Mr. Oscar Stein, Greenwood Lake, N.Y. The envelope is postmarked August 2, 1948, Niagara Falls, New York.
J.W. Spencer fonds, 1866, 1881-1921
Fonds consists mostly of correspondence and offprints of technical publications written by Spencer from various journals. The correspondence includes letters from Charles Walcott, R. R. Gurley, Edward Hull, G. K. Gilbert, ...
Average White Band poster, ca. 2000
Consists of a poster for the Average White Band, performing at the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto, Ont., on April 15, [?]. There are four (illegible) signatures on the poster.
John O. McKellar (ship) certificates, 1952-1983.
Consists of four certificates for the ship John O. McKellar. One is a Certificate of Class, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, issued January 15, 1954. The second is a Certificate for Machinery, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, ...
Fairview school photograph, ca. 1940
One black and white photograph of Fairview Public School, 9th Street, Louth Township, Lincoln Co., Ontario. In the foreground is the new brick, 2 story school, built in 1919. In the lower right the old one room school ...
Brock University Retirees Association fonds, 1997-2005
The fonds consists of materials related to the activities of the Brock University Retirees Association from its inception in 1997 until 2005. Most of the records are meeting agendas, minutes of meetings and newsletters. ...
Merritton Pen Centre Lions photographs, 1960.
Two black and white photographs of the Merritton Pen Centre Lions, dated 1960. One photograph is of the team, and the other one is of the pitching staff. The photograph of the team includes Bill Colbey (Lions Club), Jack ...
B.N. Peach letter, 1918.
One letter addressed to B.N. Peach from C.G. Ruth (?), General Secretary, Royal Society of Edinburgh, dated March 7, 1918. There are handwritten notes on the back of the letter.