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AbstractThe collection consists of correspondence, programs, financial documents, and brochures. Some of the material concerns Niagara. Niagara documents include an invoice from L.C. Woodruff, Paper Manufacturer and Dealer, for stationary, dated at Buffalo, July 8, 1867; an acknowledgement of payment of salary to the Town of Clifton from constable Bennet Hull, April 1, 1872; an invoice from the Town of Clifton to B.C. Lundy, January 9, 1872; a petition to the mayor of Clifton from local butchers requesting a refrigerator in the market-house, June 3, 1872; an invoice to G.W. Taylor, Mayor of Clifton, from the Queen’s Printer, Ottawa, 1872; invoices from the municipal electric light and power plant to the Steel Arch Bridge, 1912; invoices from the provincial natural gas & fuel company to the Niagara Ry. Bridge, 1912-1913; a letter to George Hulme, Thorold, from the Department of Railways and Canals, Welland Ship Canal, concerning a lease of land, July 20, 1933; a letter by the special deputy collector of customs in Niagara Falls, N.Y. introducing ex-sheriff George Lamey, July 20, 1912; a program of worship for Morrison Street United Church in Niagara Falls, Ontario, November 3, 1957; and brochures for the Skylon Tower and Seagram Tower in Niagara Falls, n.d.
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