• Postcard - "On the 'Twelve'"

      1906
      A postcard with the label "On the 'Twelve' St. Catharines, Ont." The image shows a canoe resting on the bank along the tree lined water. The note written on the postcard is dated 23 July 1906 and is addressed to W. Hillier of W. London, England from a F Willcox.
    • Postcard - "Methodist Church and Welland Avenue, St. Catherines, Ont.", 1908

      1908-01
      A postcard with the label "Methodist Church and Welland Avenue, St. Catherines, Ont.". The street is lined with trees and there is a horse and buggy on the road. The church can be seen on the right behind some trees. The postmark is for 20 January 1908 and was sent from Fonthill, Ontario.
    • Postcard - "Holy Trinity Church, Fonthill, Ont."

      1909, 1912
      A postcard with the label "Holy Trinity Church, Fonthill, Ont." There are two copies of the postcard in this album. The first postmark is dated 1909 and is addressed to Miss Madaline Rose, Humberstone, Ontario. The second copy is dated 1912 and addressed to Miss Gladys Howell of St. George, Ontario.
    • Postcard - "Horse Shoe Fall from Terrapin Point Niagara Falls"

      1909
      A postcard with the label "Horse Shoe Fall From Terrapin Point Niagara Falls". The postmark is dated 1909 and addressed to Mrs. Wright of Louisville, GA.
    • Postcard - "Martindale Creek and the Favorite Drive to Port, St. Catharines, Ont."

      1909
      A postcard with the label "Martindale Creek and the Favorite Drive to Port, St. Catharines, Ont." The image shows the creek with a small walking bridge in the distance and numerous trees along the edge of the water. The postmark is 15 September 1909 and is addressed to a Mrs. A. Mason of Fort Niagara NY.
    • Postcard - "No. 916, Lewiston and Queenston Heights Bridge Spanning Lower Niagara River."

      1910
      A postcard with the label "No. 916, Lewiston and Queenston Heights Bridge Spanning Lower Niagara River." The postmark is dated 1910 and is addressed to Miss Hazel Lane of Ridgeway, Ontario.
    • Postcard - "Ontario Street, St. Catharines, Ontario", 1912

      1912-06
      A postcard with the label "Ontario Street, St. Catharines, Ont., Canada". The view is down a tree lined sidewalk with a large white home with striped awnings to the left. The postmark reads 20 June 1912 and has been sent to a Toronto address.
    • Postcard - "'The Home of Shredded Wheat,' Niagara Falls, N.Y.

      1915
      A postcard with the label "'The Home of Shredded Wheat,' Niagara Falls, N.Y." The back of the postcard includes the text "I have just visited the cleanest, finest, most hygienic food factory in the world, in which are made every day over 2,000,000 Shredded Wheat Biscuits."
    • Postcard - "City Hall, St. Catharines, Ont"

      1919
      A postcard with the label "City Hall, St. Catharines, Ont.". The image is of City Hall with a statue in front and trees surrounding. The message written on the back is in French and dated 11/9/19.
    • Postcard - "Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ont., Canada"

      1923
      A postcard with the label "Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ont., Canada". The images include the "Dean's House", "Skating Rink", "Junior Building", and "Senior Building". The postmark reads 20 October 1923 and is addressed to a Miss Ruth Hasek in Cleveland, Ohio from "Mamma and Papa".
    • Postcard - "Old Welland Canal From Glen Ridge Bridge, St. Catharines, Ont., Canada"

      1935
      A postcard with the label "Old Welland Canal From Glen Ridge Bridge, St. Catharines, Ont. Canada". The view is a higher elevation looking down at the waterway with a few small buildings seen amongst the trees. The postmark is 1935 and addressed to Mrs. H.L. Dobson of E. Orange New Jersey.
    • Postcard - "Brock's Monument and Restaurant, Queenston Heights, Ontario"

      1948
      A postcard with the label "Brock's Monument and Restaurant, Queenston Heights, Ontario". The postmark is dated 1948 and addressed to Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    • Postcard - "A bird's-eye view of Fonthill, Ontario, Canada"

      ca. 1950s
      A postcard showing "A bird's-eye view of Fonthill, Ontario". Several buildings and streets can be seen with a dense number of trees in the top right corner of the image.
    • Postcard - "St. Paul Street, Looking East, St. Catharines, Ont."

      circa 1915
      A postcard with the label "St. Paul Street, Looking East, St. Catharines, Ont.". The image is looking down the roadway with several shops, buildings, churches etc. on either side of the road.
    • Postcard - "The Home of Shredded Wheat"

      n.d.
      A postcard with the label "The Home of Shredded Wheat" and the following text "I have just gone through this wonderful plant and have seen them make Shredded Wheat. It is said to be the cleanest food factory in the world. You certainly would like Shredded Wheat even better than you do, if you could see it made. With best wishes." The image includes the factory, a bowl of Shredded Wheat and an illustration of Niagara Falls.
    • Postcard - "150 - Falls Street, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

      n.d.
      A postcard with the label "150 - Falls Street, Niagara Falls, N.Y." The image is a street scene with multiple vehicles parked along the road and many shops and business line the street.
    • Postcard - "Lower Decew Falls, St. Catherines, Ont."

      n.d.
      A postcard with the label "Lower Decew Falls, St. Catherines, Ont.". The image shows the falls with some branches and rocks in the water and trees lining the waters edge.
    • Postcard - "C. 15. The Clifton Hotel, Niagara Falls, Canada"

      n.d.
      A postcard with the label "C. 15 The Clifton Hotel, Niagara Falls, Canada". The image is a front view of the hotel with some of the gardens in view.
    • Postcard - "279: - The Clifton Hotel, Niagara Falls."

      n.d.
      A postcard with the label "279: - The Clifton Hotel, Niagara Falls." The image shows the hotel with its large gardens.
    • Postcard - "267 Ice Formation on Trees, Niagara Falls"

      n.d.
      A postcard with the label "267 Ice Formation on Trees, Niagara Falls". The back of the postcard has the following text printed: "Ice Formation. The ice formation presented in the above is reproduced here because of its unusual character. It is rare, even in the history of Niagara, that such a formation can be found. In the above the visitor in imagination can wander through the aisles and transepts of a great cathedral whose music is the anthem of the waters and whose organ peal the unending thunder of the cataract."