• I.O.D.E. Col. Kerby Chapter Minutes, 1920-1989, n.d.

      Adams, Anne (2016)
      Contains minutes for the Col. Kerby Chapter of the IODE
    • I.O.D.E. Duke of Kent Chapter Fonds, 1934-1980

      D'Arienzo, Joan (2010-10-28)
      This archive is comprised of a single flag and photograph of same. The flag was used by the former Duke of Kent Chapter of the Imperial Daughters of the Empire, which was one of several primary chapters in the city of St Catharines as their standard flag.
    • I.O.D.E. Earl Mountbatten Chapter Fonds, 1903-2014

      D'Arienzo, Joan (2010-10-28)
      This archive is comprised of records relating to activities of the Earl Mountbatten Chapter of the I.O.D.E., which is one of several small chapters belonging to the St. Catharines Municipal Chapter of the I.O.D.E. The bulk of the material is minutes of meetings, related reports and scrapbooks.
    • I.O.D.E. Niagara Rangers Chapter Minutes, 1991-1994, n.d.

      Adams, Anne (2016)
      Contains minute books from the I.O.D.E. Niagara Rangers Chapter
    • I.O.D.E. Second Dragoons Chapter Fonds, 1967-1983

      D'Arienzo, Joan (2010-10-28)
      This archive is comprised of records relating to activities of the Second Dragoons Chapter of the I.O.D.E., which was formerly one of several primary chapters in the city of St. Catharines. The bulk of the material is minutes of meetings and reports.
    • I.O.D.E. Stamford Chapter Minutes, 1991-1994, n.d.

      Adams, Anne (2016)
      Collection contains minutes from the Stamford Chapter
    • I.O.D.E. William Hamilton Merritt Chapter fonds, 1955-2016

      Cameron, Chantal (2016-11-24)
      Fonds contains material related to the activities of the William Hamilton Merritt Chapter of the I.O.D.E. Materials include meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, and promotional material.
    • Image of Niagara Falls n.d.

      Adams, Anne (2012-04-17)
      1 7 ¾ x 5” sepia photograph of Niagara Falls, featuring (left to right) Prospect Point, the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls.
    • In the matter of the Niagara Falls park arbitration on the Sutherland Macklem case : evidence and arguement

      Goul, Jen (2007)
      Black softcover booklet, 33.5cm x 20cm, good condition, inscribed on cover "In the Matter of the Niagara Falls Park Arbitration on the Sutherland Macklem Case Evidnce and Argument"
    • Independent Order of Odd Fellows Fonds, 1947-1955

      Adams, Anne (2016-06-10)
      7 cm. (1/4box) containing correspondence, clippings, promotional material and 2 b&w photos
    • Indian and Eskimo Affairs Fonds, 1973-1976

      Goul, Jen (2010-11-08)
      This archive contains materials relating to the Indian and Eskimo Affairs Program. The bulk of the materials contain correspondence, with some media releases and publications produced by the Canada Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.
    • Inniskillin fonds, 1970-2014, n.d.

      Cameron, Chantal (2014-02-11)
      Fonds contains materials relating to the Inniskillin winery. The majority of the materials are awards (including certificates, medals, plaques, 3D glass awards), and news clippings. There are also videos, photographs, wine labels, product information, programs and menus (featuring Inniskillin wines), media releases, brochures, and some administrative material.
    • Instructions for the defence of Fort Niagara and the Frontier, 1814

      Cameron, Chantal (2022-04-01)
      A colour copy of Instructions for the Defence of Fort Niagara and the Frontier by Lieut. Col. Bruyeres, R.E., to Lieut. Gangreben, R.E. The original letter is in the National Archives—Kew (England). The letter is dated at Quebec, March 9, 1814 and concerns plans to strengthen defences on the Niagara frontier. It was written at a pivotal time during the War of 1812. The British had recently captured Fort Niagara and the Americans would soon begin a major offensive attack in Niagara in July. Bruyeres writes “as it is possible the enemy many soon be prepared to endeavor to regain possession of Fort Niagara, and to carry on offensive operations on the whole of that Frontier I am most particularly commanded by His Excellency Sir George Prevost to direct that you will use every exertion in your power to strengthen the Works of that Fort in as efficious and expeditious a manner as possible to resist whatever efforts may be made against the position to carry it by a Coup de Main. To reduce the enemy to the necessity of opening Trenches and the regular operations of a Siege will be a material point gained; but you must at the same time be well prepared to destroy the Works…on the shortest notice by explosion, should it be deemed expedient to have recourse to this measure. He continues “Mississauga Point must be Fortified and occupied with every possible dispatch—also the Works at Fort George to be repaired and an intermediate Battery between Fort George and Mississauga Point to be established in conformity to the instructions left with you on the 29th January. These are essential positions to be immediately occupied with strong Batteries to act against the opposite shore. The Batteries on the Queenston Heights with the Block House, and Redoubt at Chippawa are also to be executed without delay. His excellency is desirous to have an immediate report of the progress that has been made, and the measures that have been adopted for the… performance of these different services, and the number of workmen that are now employed. You will report most particularly on the present state of Fort Niagara, and transmit to me a correct Plan of the Works and Buildings at that Fort; also a Plan of Fort George, with the American entrenchments, and the alterations that have been made to the Works of the Place. You will also transmit Plans for the proposed Works at Mississauga Point, the Battery in that vicinity, at Queenston Heights, and Chippawa, these to be accompanied by regular estimates of the expence to be incurred and requisitions…that you will require to be forwarded from hence for the construction of all the Buildings & c. I sincerely hope you are perfectly recovered and that the exertions you are called on to make for the defence and security of the Niagara Frontier will be rewarded by success in you undertakings. I hope to hear from you or Lieut. Yule as frequently as possible by every favorable opportunity being much interested in all your proceedings”.
    • Instructions for the Government & Conduct of the Inspector General, 1801

      Cameron, Chantal (2022-03-22)
      The Instructions for the Government & Conduct of the Inspector General were created by Peter Hunter, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada from 1799 to 1805. The instructions were drafted for a new post he created to parallel the inspector generalship of Lower Canada. This post in Upper Canada was given to John McGill, who was to conduct investigations into individual claims to loyalist status. An excerpt from page 2 of the instructions reads when“…distributing Deeds of Admission for Lands to privileged persons free of expense it is highly essential…that no person should enjoy those benefits but the objects originally intended and it would be particularly unjust to the Mother Country that the expense incurred by the half fees should be increased by charges for Patents to people of any other description; for this purpose you will instruct the Secretary that in order to the future passing of the half fee accounts he will insert after the names of the several nominees their respective distinctions…that is to say U.E M.C. You will apply to the proper office for an alphabetical list of U.E. Loyalists and by that you will check the half fee accounts so far as may be practicable referring back to the several offices through which the Grants have passed for any information you may think necessary to clear up any doubts upon the identity of any person…”
    • Interlake Tissue Mills Fire Slides

      Adams, Anne (2016)
      5 coloured slides
    • International Bridge Plan of Location and of Lines connecting it with the Grand Trunk and New York Central Railways, July 1870

      Cameron, Chantal (2018-12-18)
      A plan of the International Bridge over the Niagara River showing the location and lines connecting it with the Grand Trunk and New York Central Railways. The plan is signed by the Chief Engineer of the International Bridge Company, E.P. Hannaford, and dated July 11, 1870. The City of Buffalo, Village of Fort Erie, and Welland are shown.
    • International Public Relations Group of Companies/Worldcom Fonds, 1977-1997

      Adams, Anne (2016-06-06)
      85 cm. (2 1/2 boxes) containing correspondence, clippings, minutes and promotional material