17 May 1966, Document "in the matter of part of lot 181, corporation plan 1, in the village of Queenston, in the Township of Niagara". It was prepared by Bench, Keogh, Rogers & Grass, Barristers & Solicitor after receiving an application from Alma Hill Anthony for an absolute title to this land.
It has been...
Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989), Queenston's First School, "Queenston's First School," Niagara Falls Evening Review (Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada), 12 May 1965 Article about Laura Secord Memorial School in Queenston with a photo of old school building -reproduction of an oil painting by Charles R. Kilkenny, a school principal between 1891 and 1919.
14 Oct 1962, Program of service at St. Saviours Brock Memorial Church in Commemoration of the Battle of Queenston Heights. The celebration took place in Queenston, Ontario on October 14, 1962.
Leaflet: 8 pages; size: 17.8cm x 21.5cm
16 Oct 1960,
.... The decision was made to move the church and a piece of property was bought, a basement dug and the church was moved, then an addition was added. The rededication was set for October 16, 1960
, the 174th anniversary of the founding of the congregation....
... coming to school and staying longer. It was the greatest period of school expansion until the late 1950s and 1960
The Depression years, of course, cut many educations short. But after the Second World War, children began staying in school for longer and longer periods. More and more schools and school...
"Centennial Motif for Floral Clock," Niagara Falls Review, 1967 Article with a photo of Ontario Hydro floral clock with provincial shields on it and dates of Centennial celebration (1867-1967).
Black and white photograph of two-storey, gable roof house with verandah, surrounded by mature trees and shrubbery on both sides.
Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989), Persistance of WI rewarded. Laura Secord in wax museum., "Persistance of WI rewarded. Laura Secord in wax museum.," Niagara Falls Evening Review (Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada), 23 Apr 1964 Two articles about preparation and introduction of a wax figure of Laura Secord to Louis Tussaud Wax Museum in Niagara Falls.
Another on the same topic: Wit Wonder Wisdom by WYN.
Petrie, Francis, The first issue of the Colonial Advocate, "The first issue of the Colonial Advocate," Niagara Falls Review (Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada), 18 May 1968 Article about the first issues of "The Colonial Advocate" printed by William Lyon Mackenzie in Queenston in 1824, together with black and white newspaper photographs of William Lyon Mackenzie, his restored home in Queenston Heights and Francis Petrie, an author of this article.
Roels, Ron, Laura Secord Memorial School In Queenston - safety programs and fish release, "Laura Secord Memorial School In Queenston - safety programs and fish release," St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada), 1962 Articles and photos related to activities for students of Laura Secord Memorial School in Queenston.
Two photographs from the St. Catharines Standard about school safety program, published on May 9, 1962
Two photographs of fish release at Queenston Dock, published by Niagara Falls Evening Review...
"Queenston Novelist - Historian To Be Commemorated By Plaque.," Niagara Falls Review, 24 Sep 1960
...Article about unveiling a plaque dedicated to Major John Richardson on the grounds of Laura Secord Memorial School in Queenston.
The ceremony took place on Sep 28, 1960
and additional photos were published after that....
appeared in Niagara Falls Evening Review (Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada), ,
...Undated, probably 1960
Article about moving a historic house built by Woodruff family in St. Davids to Caledon Hills by a new owner Douglas Doerr from Toronto.
Newspaper clipping. Unknown publication.
From Armstrong family collection.
"Cayuga Makes Her Last "Voyage" into Toronto Marine Museum," St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 10 May 1960
...Above a news item on May 10, 1960
, The Standard carried a headline, Cayuga Sails Into Oblivion.
On at least two previous occasions the hardy veteran of the lakes had proved everybody wrong. Twice she was retired, twice re-fitted and re-floated to carry passengers from Toronto to Queenston...