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Canadian Shredded Wheat Company Fonds
Series I. Scrapbook entitled The Visit of His Excellency the Governor-General to The Canadian Shredded Wheat Company Ltd. October 25th, 1933 1.1 includes: a guest register page signed by the Governor General and 13 b&w ...
Sykes Welland Canal Collection
Series I – Scrapbook of Alexander J. Grant, engineer in charge of The Welland Ship Canal, 1859, 1864, 1866, 1885, 1887, 1894, 1921, 1923-1925, 1929, 1933-1934, 1950, 1952, n.d. Sub-series A – Photographs of the Welland ...
Image of Niagara Falls n.d.
1 7 ¾ x 5” sepia photograph of Niagara Falls, featuring (left to right) Prospect Point, the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls.
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.
Clifton Inn cheque, 1918.
A cheque from the Clifton Inn dated August 26, 1918. The cheque is made out to Thomas & Co., Toronto, Canada, and is signed by The Clifton Inn, G.R. Major.
Township of Crowland. Petition and letter regarding a land dispute, 1854, 1855.
Consists of a petition by residents of the Township of Crowland, and a letter addressed to the Hon. Commissioner of Crown Lands. Both items concern a dispute of a land survey. The petition is dated May 26, 1854, and is ...
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada. Commemorative stamps, 1981.
Two sheets of Canadian commemorative stamps marking the bicentennial of the Town of Niagara-on-the Lake, 1781-1981.
Local Postcards, 1996, n.d.
7 b&w postcards of Niagara Region landmarks
Grant of Permission for lease of military lands from Sir Robert Prescott to Thomas Clark, 1798-1801.
A Grant of Permission from Sir Robert Prescott, Governor-in-Chief of both Upper and Lower Canada and Commander of the Forces, for a lease of land granted to Thomas Clark of Queenston. It grants the lease of a lot of ...
James VI of Scotland Letter, 1579
1 letter signed by, and under the privy seal of King James VI of Scotland, measures 29 ½ x 20 cm.