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Place Card - Girl in Bonnet
A place card with an illustration of the back of a girl in a purple dress and bonnet.
Case of Colonel Booker. The Court of Inquiry
A four sided pamphlet written by Alexander Somerville, and printed by Lawson & Co., Hamilton, Ont. The list of contents for the article reads: "Evidence Suppressed, Newspapers Silenced, Statement of Captain McGrath, ...
Letter - S.D. Woodruff to Elizabeth Cudney
Letter to Elizabeth Cudney from S.D. Woodruff stating that he could execute the papers on the 6th or 7th of February regarding 18 acres of her land [most of the writing is illegible], Feb. 1, 1893.
Indenture between Jacob Huffman and Margaret Huffman
Indenture of bargain and sale between Jacob Huffman and Margaret Huffman formerly of Bertie Township but moved to Grand Island, New York to Benjamin Troup and John Troup, both of Bertie Township regarding approximately 50 ...
Handwritten sheet of paper detailing the cost of transporting boxes containing the Gravatt’s level
Handwritten sheet of paper detailing the cost of transporting boxes containing the Gravatt’s level from London to St. Catharines, April 1847.
Indenture between Andrew Heron and Charles Donaldson
Indenture (vellum) between Andrew Heron of Niagara Township and Charles Donaldson of Niagara Township concerning a portion of the estate of the late Colonel John Butler consisting of Three Mile Creek Farm - indenture no. ...
Invitation to the Funeral of Ann Elizabeth Woodruff
Invitation to the funeral of Ann Elizabeth Woodruff, daughter of the late Richard N. Woodruff. The funeral was to be held on Oct. 17, 1871 at her residence in St. Davids, Oct. 16, 1871.
Announcement of Birth of Margaret Elizabeth
Announcement of the birth of Margaret Elizabeth by Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Band, Toronto, June 6, 1924.
Interrogation of Prisoner - Heaquarters 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces, 27 May 1918
A prisoner interrogation report dated 27 May 1918. The report reads: "I. PRISONER X. 1st. Battalion, 272 Res. Rogt., 82d Res. 1. CIRCUMSTANCES OF CAPTURE; Captured, while attempting to raid our trenches, at point 1719 ...