KeywordSt. Catharines -- Politics and government
Diefenbaker, John G.
Municipal government -- Ontario -- St. Catharines -- Sources
Local government -- Ontario -- St. Catharines
Federal government - Canada
Politicians -- Ontario -- St. Catharines
Businessmen -- Ontario -- St. Catharines
St. Catharines (Ont.) -- Biography
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AbstractThis archive contains materials relating to John Smith, M.P. for Lincoln County. The bulk of the materials are correspondence, personal and professional. Several items of correspondence are signed by Prime Minister John Diefenbaker. The materials have been kept in original order, except where noted.
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Office of the City Clerk, St. Catharines Records, 1876-1974, n.d.Adams, Anne; Williams, Edie (2011-01-28)Correspondence, meeting minutes, membership lists, newsletters, biographies and organizational history.
Niagara churches collection, 1937, 1968-1994Cameron, Chantal (2013-10-07)This collection contains 7 church programs and brochures, ranging in date from 1937 to 1994. There are programs for church services at Knox Presbyterian Church, St. Catharines (May 9, 1937); St. Catherine of Alexandria Cathedral, St. Catharines (July 28, 1968) ; Memorial United Church, Ridgeway (October 15, 1972); Salem Chapel, British Methodist Episcopal Church, St. Catharines (November 30, 1986); and Ridley College Memorial Chapel, St. Catharines (December 3 & 4, 1994). There is also a brochure of activities offered at St. Paul Street United Church, St. Catharines (1986), and a development fund appeal brochure for the Cathedral of St. Catherine, St. Catharines (1985).
Royal Canadian Henley Regatta fonds, 1948-1983 (non-inclusive)Goul, Jen (2010-11-08)The fonds contains materials relating to the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in the 1980s. The materials included are media releases, clippings, correspondence and photographs. Some duplicates remain within the collection, such as press packages and event programs. The collection is divided into two series, correspondence and media. The materials were placed in alphabetical order within a series and chronological order within designated titles. Original folder titles were retained.