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...
c. 1890, This postcard shows the ticket booth of Grimsby Park. This booth was located at the south end of Grand Ave, close to the Grand Trunk Railroad station. The trees which lined Grand Avenue are clearly visible in the background.Two women and two men are standing in from of the ticket booth and a man...
c1890, This is a sepia-toned photograph in which two young men and a child are photographed on Phelps, now called Fair Avenue, in Grimsby Park. One man is sitting in a horse-drawn carriage. There is a sign in the window of the post office which is advertising Burdock Blood Bitters. The photograph...
c. 1890, This photograph shows a street view of Grimsby Park. There are several groups of people posing for this photograph. Some of them appear to be spending their leisure time at this intersection. The background shows a row of cottages. In the centre of the photograph is a multi-sided bulletin board.
c. 1890, This black and white photograph, taken on the northwest corner of the Park House Hotel, shows approximately thirty people standing on the street and porch of the hotel. In the background, the temple is the dominant feature. Its sloped dome roof extends to thirty metres high and a cupola crowns it,...
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