• The 19th Century Tombstone Database Project Records, 1790-1890 (non-inclusive)

      Voronina, Oksana (2013-06-25)
      This collection consists of materials related to research focusing on 19th century tombstones; includes data summary forms of persons, tombstone sketches, photographs of tombstones for various cemeteries in Grantham, Louth and Thorold Townships, maps, computer data printouts and handwritten notes.
    • A. C. Thorburn Prescription Ledger

      Adams, Anne (2014-12-10)
      1 book containing prescriptions which have been glued to the pages
    • A. S. Whiting Manufacturing Company Limited, minute book, 1872-1909.

      Goul, Jen (2010-09-15)
      Item is a minute book of the A. S. Whiting Manufacturing Company, located in Cedar Dale, Ontario (now part of the City of Oshawa). Entries date from 1872 to 1909. Entries include lists of shareholders, by-laws, balance sheets, minutes, and stock transfer papers.
    • A. Winifred Sankey Collection, 1948-1992, n.d.

      Adams, Anne (2018-03-14)
      Materials of the A. Winifred Sankey Collection fonds includes clerical records, photographs, clippings and various other materials that document the activities of the St. Catharines Civic Orchestra/Niagara Symphony Orchestra.1.1 m (4 ¼ boxes) textual records 54 b&w photos and 40 col. photos
    • A.R. Atkinson Account Book

      Goul, Jen (2007-09)
      16.5mm x 10.5mm. 3 books all identical externally. Soft peach cover labeled “account book”.
    • Abraham Colby diary, 1812-1813

      Cameron, Chantal (2022-03-29)
      A diary belonging to Abraham Colby, the master of the sloop Priscilla, which made regular runs from Newburyport, MA to Augusta, ME to collect lumber. In his diary he makes note of the developing war between the United States and Britain. On August 16, 1812 he mentions the arrival of a privateer, and on the 20th “a fast appointed by the president”. On September 10 “2 prizes arrived to N[ewbury]port”. With shipping disrupted, he sold his sloop on October 7, writing that same day “the ship Commerce a prize to the Decatur arrived at the bar”. On October 11 he receives “news of Fort Detroit retaken”. The entry for November 19 states that “the Salisbury privateer launched. I cut my eye by breaking the bottle.” On December 7 he celebrated the first captured British warship ever brought into an American harbor, writing “news of the U.S. frigate taking a English frigate called the Macedonia rated 38 mounting 49 guns”.
    • Account book from the Wilcox Estate, 1882-1886

      Williams, Edie (2010-09-15)
      1 account book without covers.
    • Account book of Joseph H. Fletcher

      Goul, Jen (2007-10)
      1 brown hardcover book, 33cm x 14.5 cm,
    • Address/account book of Edward K. Miller

      Brown hardcover book 32.5cm x 20cm
    • Advertising broadsheet for the book "Real Pen-Work Self-Instructor in Penmanship", [1881]

      Cameron, Chantal (2012-02-02)
      One advertising broadsheet titled Private Suggestions and Instructions-to-Agents how to sell the Real Pen-Work Self-Instructor in Penmanship and Patent Ink Capsules. There are sections on how to order, how agents sell the inks, how to send money, and more.
    • Aerial photograph of Beaverdams, 1946

      Cameron, Chantal (2022-09-16)
      A black and white aerial photograph of Beaverdams. The photo is framed by a cardboard frame with some staining. Letters on the frame mark north, east, south, and west. A settlement, mostly surrounded by water, can be seen near the center of the photo.
    • Agenda for the fifty-third annual meeting of the National Council of Women of Canada, 1946

      Cameron, Chantal (2013-10-07)
      An agenda for the fifty-third annual meeting of the National Council of Women of Canada, held in the General Brock Hotel, Niagara Falls, Ontario, June 3-7, 1946.
    • Agnes Ethelwyn Wetherald fonds

      Goul, Jen (2010-09-27)
      This archives contains letters written by Agnes Wetherald, clippings about her life and publications.
    • Alan Ganton collection, 1966-1982, n.d.

      Cameron, Chantal (2017-09-27)
      The collection contains material related to Alan Ganton’s work as Superintendent of Plant Services at Brock University. It includes a letter from James A. Gibson offering employment at Brock University as Superintendent of Plant Services (1966); a black and white photograph of Alan Ganton (1971); a retirement card for Alan Ganton with 70 signatures (1982); and 9 slides of the early construction of Brock University (1966-1968), including the fountains in front of Schmon Tower, excavation for Thistle building, Parking Lot A, and views from the upper floors of the Brock Tower in winter.
    • Alexander Hamilton Fonds

      Adams, Anne (2018-03-28)
      The Alexander Hamilton fonds includes items which document the business and activities of Alexander Hamilton.
    • Alexander Hamilton/Early Canada Postal Collection, 1775-1983, n.d.

      Cameron, Chantal (2020-02-26)
      Much of the collection consists of Alexander Hamilton’s correspondence and records during the time that he was Postmaster at Queenston. Some of his business correspondence and records are also included. Documents related to his role as Surrogate Court Judge and Sheriff of the Niagara District are included here. The remaining material is unrelated and consists mostly of land documents, legal documents, and correspondence.
    • Alexander McDonell warrant to pay the incorporated Militia, 1815

      Cameron, Chantal (2022-03-29)
      The warrant is an order from Gordon Drummond, President administering the Province of Upper Canada, to John McGill, Receiver General of Upper Canada, directing him to pay McDonell, the Deputy Paymaster of the General Militia, 288 pounds, eleven shillings and six pence Halifax Currency, equal to 269 pounds, six shillings and nine pence army sterling. The money is to enable him to pay the officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates of the incorporated militia. The document is singed at Kingston, March 22, 1815, and is signed by Gordon Drummond, President, and Robert H. Loring, Secretary.