1890, This is a sepia toned postcard printed by F.H. Leslie in Niagara Falls. The postcard is a photograph of the Lake View Hotel at Grimsby Beach. It shows the three floors of the hotel with balconies on each floor, trees surrounding the hotel and several ladders coming from the third floor down to the...
July 12, 1875, This map continues the survey of the Ontario Methodist Camp Grounds, plotting the lots for Blocks B. and C., and part of A., D., and F. This map accounts for another approximately 145 lots. Plan shewing the subdivision into Lots of Blocks B. and C. with parts of A. D. F. and a portion of the Park...
"Grimsby Park. Canada's Greatest Summer Resort," The Globe, March 31st, 1900 Saturday Globe, Toronto edition. Vol. LVI., Number 15,683
It is believed that this articles comes from an edition of the Saturday Globe, the weekend printing of The Globe from Utica, New York.
c. 1890, This is a photographic negative of Noah Phelps. It is a portrait photograph showing Phelps from the torso up. He is turning his head slight to the left. He is wearing a a dark-colored coat, vest, a light-colored shirt, and a bow tie. Phelps was one of the founders of the Ontario Methodist Camp...
Nov 9, 1914, This is an illustrated postcard which is postally used. It has a Smithville, Ont. postmark dated No 9, 1914. It shows an illustration of a young newspaper seller shouting out "Extra!!". His right hand is holding up a copy of the newspaper with the headline visible. Front: Daily Morning Bomb
Summer 1890 Lake View Hotel offered a beautiful view of Victoria Terrace, which was both a gathering spot and the entry point for those visitors who travelled by boat. This postcard shows the tree-lined terrace as well as the lake view.
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