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    • Postcard - "Dundas Valley, East"

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      A postcard with the label "Dundas Valley, East". The back of the postcard is addressed to Miss Katie Shippard of Ferguson Falls, Ontario and reads "Wishing you many happy returns of the first. Mabel"
    • Postcard - "Webster's Falls, near Hamilton, Canada"

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      A postcard with the label "Webster's Falls, near Hamilton, Canada - 3". The back of the postcard is blank.
    • Postcard - "Niagara"

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      A postcard with the label "Niagara" shows the steamer Niagara with another smaller boat on the edge of the image. The back of the postcard is blank.
    • Postcard - "Swing Bridge, Dunville"

      1907
      A postcard with the label "Swing Bridge, Dunville". The back of the postcard is postmarked August 27, 1907 and is addressed to Mrs. Alice White of Buffalo, N.Y.
    • Postcard - "Canal and Locks, Dunville."

      1910
      A postcard with the label "Canal and Locks, Dunville". The back of the postcard is addressed to Mr. King in Buffalo and reads "am having a great time. Love Will".
    • Postcard - "Grand River and Canal, Dunville, Ont."

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      A postcard with the label "Grand River and Canal, Dunville, Ont., 2819C". The back of the postcard is a note starting "Dear Friend, Just a line to let you know..." and is addressed to a Mr. Charles Eadie of Hamilton, Ontario.
    • Postcard - "Victoria Hotel, Dunville, Ontario"

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      A postcard with the label "Victoria Hotel, Dunville, Ontario". The back of the postcard is blank.
    • Postcard - "Broad Street, looking west, Dunville, Ontario"

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      A postcard with the label "Broad Street, looking west, Dunville, Ontario". The back of the postcard is blank.
    • Postcard - "United Church, Dunville, Ont., Canada"

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      A postcard with the label "United Church, Dunville, Ont., Canada". The back of the postcard is filled with a note from "Aunt Grace".
    • Postcard - "Methodist Church, Dunnville, Ont."

      Leslie, F.H. (1913)
      A postcard with the label "Methodist Church, Dunville, Ont.". The back of the postcard has note written to Mrs. Mary Jane Dell in Buffalo, N.Y. and is dated 1913. The image shows the front of the Methodist Church in Dunville, Ontario with snow all around.
    • Postcard - "First Presbyterian Church, Port Colborne, Ont. S12"

      Photogelatine Engraving Co. (n.d.)
      A postcard with the label "First Presbyterian Church, Port Colborne, Ont. - S12." The image is in sepia tones and shows the church and adjoining building.
    • Postcard - "Blossom Time, Niagara Peninsula, Ont., Canada"

      Valentine-Black Co. (n.d.)
      A postcard with the label "Blossom Time, Niagara Peninsula, Ont. Canada". The image shows several cherry blossom trees with a path running through them. There is an adult and small child on the path amongst the trees.
    • Postcard - "Peace Bridge Across Niagara River"

      Staby, John H. (n.d.)
      A postcard of the Peace Bridge across the Niagara River. The back of the postcard reads "Dedicated August 11, 1927, this bridge constitutes the largest single point of entry between U.S. and Canada - Able to handle up to 33,000 cars per day it affords the tourist a spectacular view of the drama of the Niagara as it wends its way to the Falls."
    • Postcard - "Thorold Tunnel, Welland Canal, Thorold, Canada"

      Oakman, H.R. (n.d.)
      A postcard with the label "Thorold Tunnel, Welland Canal, Thorold, Canada". The back of the post card reads "A bird's-eye view of the Thorold Tunnel located in the town of Thorold." The tunnel, Welland Canal, and surrounding area are all visible from the elevated point of view.
    • Postcard - "Clifton Tourists Camps, Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Canada"

      Leslie, F.H. (n.d.)
      A postcard with the label "Clifton Tourists' Camps, Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Canada. Nearest camp to Falls, Modern Equipment, Camp Kitchen and Dining Room, Baths, Located 300 yds up the hill on the left side from Clifton Hotel. Furnished Sanitary Fireproof Cottages, each with free garage." The back of the postcard reads "Clifton Tourists' Camps, E. McIntosh, Prop. Approved by Government Board of Health. Electrically illuminated. Hot and cold filtered city water, gas for cooking, sanitary toilets, police protection, camp store, souvenirs, tourists' supplies refreshments, Canadian Ale, Beer and Porter. Comfortable rooms at reasonable rates. 500 yards from Falls View Bridge. 25 double and single fireproof cabins, each with free garage."
    • Postcard - "Niagara on the Lake, Ontario"

      Schneider Enterprises (n.d.)
      A postcard of Fort George in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. The back of the postcard reads "Fort George, now a National Historic Park, was built between 1796 and 1799 to guard the Niagara frontier. During the War of 1812 it was captured by the United States Army, and then recaptured by the British. This is a view of the Powder Magazine, an original Fort building."
    • Postcard - "267 Ice Formation on Trees, Niagara Falls"

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      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."
    • Postcard - "General View, Niagara Falls"

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      A postcard with the label "General View, Niagara Falls". The image shows the Horseshoe Falls and the American Falls with a few boats in the water.
    • Postcard - "No. 913 - Brock's Monument, Queenston Heights, Canada"

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      A postcard with the label "No. 913 Brock's Monument, Queenston Heights, Canada". The image features the Brock Monument and some of the surrounding gardens with a few visitors visible at the base of the monument.
    • Postcard - "Niagara Falls, Queenston Heights, Ontario, Gatekeepers Lodge at Brock's Monument"

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      A postcard with the label "Niagara Falls, Queenston Heights, Ontario, Gatekeepers Lodge at Brock's Monument".