1980, A form on Laura Secord School for Canadian Inventory of Historic Building completed by Jean Huggins, a former teacher at this school. It consists of 4 pages, a photograph of the school, a negative and two sketches of floor plan (hand-drawn by Mrs. J. Huggins).
Black and white photo size: 13.8cm x...
September 1988, Full Title: "St Saviours Brock Memorial Church. Queenston, Ontario, Canada. A short history. September 1988". Includes a page with a list of "Clergy who served at St Saviours".
Pamphlet: 4 pages with two photos of the church (front and back covers); size: 14cm x 22cm St. Saviour Anglican Church,...
Yeo, Debra Ann, Queenston past and present. Jean Huggins, teacher and unofficial historian, remembers, "Queenston past and present. Jean Huggins, teacher and unofficial historian, remembers," St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada), 19 Apr 1989 Article about Jean Huggins (Mrs. A. E. Huggins), long-term resident of Queenston, and unofficial historian of the village, published in a local newspaper.
Newspaper photograph with caption: "Jean Huggins, Queenston's unofficial historian, stands in front of Laura Secord Public School, where she...
1986, Black and white group photograph with Lieutenant Governor of Ontario Lincoln Alexander in the middle. The group is posing in front of former Queenston Baptist Church. Lincoln MacCauley Alexander was Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1985 until 1991.
Plaque (attached to building)reads:
1984, Booklet about important historic sites of the Congregational, Presbyterian, Methodist, Evangelical United Brethren and United Churches of Canada in Ontario.
p.16, ill., size:13.7cm x 21.2cm
"Tour Guide of Church Historic Sites:
The United Church of Canada
The Presbyterian Church in...
...3 Chamber of Commerce Events 1980
8 Historical Points of Interest 9 Map with local merchants' locations 10 Map of Niagara Parkway 15 Shaw Festival 17 Shaw Festival - 1980
1986, Black and white photograph taken inside Queenston Library and Community Centre (former Queenston Baptist Church). Lieutenant Governor of Ontario Lincoln Alexander (the first from right) in a middle of a group of people .
Lincoln MacCauley Alexander was Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1985...
Meyers, Jim, Freel and Goring properties marked as two of seven bicentennial farms
, "Freel and Goring properties marked as two of seven bicentennial farms
," St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada), 1984 Article about two of the oldest farms in Niagara area, marked as two of seven bicentennial farms celebrated during Ontario's Bicentennial in 1984; with newspaper photograph: "NEW BICENTENNIAL FLAG PRESENTED TO NIAGARA FARMERS Margaret Birch, right, gives souvenir to Eileen and Henry Freel during...
1987, Celebrate Queenston. Folder published by the Queenston Community Association.
Tri-folded brochure; size:12cm (unfolded:35.5cm) x 21.5cm
28 Apr 1986, Newspaper clipping (including obituary) about Frank Digweed, former employee of Larkin Farms in Queenston and Niagara Parks Commission, published in the local newspaper.
1985, Obituary for Hazel A. Corman, a principal of Laura Secord Public School in Queenston, between 1918 and 1953.
"Obituary for Jean Huggins (1885-1989)," Niagara Advance (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada), 23 Aug 1989 Obituary for Jean Huggins, a teacher at the Laura Secord Public School in Queenston for many years, and historian of Queenston village.