KeywordWelland Mills (Thorold, Ont.)
Welland County General Hospital.
Ontario Editorial Bureau--Records and correspondence.
Agircultural exhibitions--Ontario--Welland (County)
Mural painting and decoration, Canadian--20th century.
Mural painting and decoration--Ontario--Welland.
Welland (Ont. : County)--History--Sources.
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AbstractThe records include material on the Welland County Fair, the Welland Festival of Arts, the Welland Optimist Club, the Welland County Hospital Campaign, the last session of the Council of the County of Welland and the unveiling of a historic plaque at Welland Mills. The bulk of the collection is correspondence and media releases. This archive is part of the larger Ontario Editorial Bureau fonds (OEB) housed at Brock University.
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Map of the Counties of Haldimand & WellandCanada. Dept. of Public Works (1858?)Historical map showing the boundaries of Haldimand and Welland Counties, which are situated between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Town boundaries within each county are indicated and labelled. Names of some of the towns have been handwritten in rather than typewritten. The locations of various waterways such as the Niagara River and Grand River are shown, as well as a railroad, however none are labelled.
Tremaine's map of the Counties of Lincoln and Welland, Canada WestGeorge R. Tremaine; G. M. Tremain (Toronto : Geo. R. & G.M. Tremaine, 1862)Historic map showing the boundaries of Lincoln and Welland Counties. The subtitle reads: “Compiled and Drawn from Actual Surveys by the Publishers.” North is oriented to the top at Lake Ontario and Lake Erie is shown at sourth. Townships shown include: Grimsby, Clinton, Louth, Grantham, Niagara, Caistor, Gainsboro, Pelham, Thorold, Stamford, Wainfleet, Crowland, Willoughby, Humberstone and Bertie. The towns are divided into lots and concessions. Lots are numbered or labelled with the name of the lot owner. Roads and railways are indicated as are waterways. The Welland Canal is also shown. Bordering the map are drawings of homes and buildings which are labelled with the owner’s name. There is also a list of subscribers for each town. A legend is available below the title.