Queenston Collection


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We found 7 matching items.
Year:  1901 
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Portrait of David Jackson Lowery [Lowrey] 
Images    ...David Jackson Lowery [Lowrey] was born at Ancaster on June 10, 1824 to Matthew Lowrey and Hannah Kelly. He married Elizabeth Catherine Teeter and had 9 children. He passed away on 27 June 1901 in St. Davids, Ontario, Canada. His wife Elizabeth Catharine was born at Virgil Jan 20, 1826 and died Jan...
Market on Hexagon, 1901 
ImagesHas Mystery?  1901,   ...Inscription on front:"Market on Hexagon. 1901" Handwritten on back: "Market on the Hexagon - in the good old day when motorcars and aeroplanes were unheard of."...
David Jackson Lowery 
Images    ...David Jackson Lowery was born at Ancaster on June 10, 1824 to Matthew Lowrey and Hannah Kelly. He married Elizabeth Catherine Teeter and had 9 children. He passed away on 27 June 1901 in St. Davids, Ontario, Canada. His wife Elizabeth Catharine was born at Virgil Jan 20, 1826 and died Jan. 11, 1911...
Portrait of Wesley Marshall Lowrey 
Images  1901,   ...On cardboard frame: "Wes Lowrey. 1901" also dedication on the back of the photo: "To Chas and Ella with Christmas greetings" Chas to shorter form for his brother Charles Matthew Lowrey...
First Queenston school 1901 
Images  1901,   ...Black and white photograph of Queenston school children and school principal Charles R. Kilkenny, taken in 1901. There are some students' names on the back side of this photo and additional ones on a separate paper: "QUEENSTON SCHOOL 1901 Principal C.R. Kilkenny (Extreme right) Back Row 1st...
Pan-American Exposition, Silver Medal, William Armstrong 
TextsImages    ... PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION BUFFALO · NEW YORK · A·D·1901 The Directors, on the recommendation of the Superior Jury, confer their award of A SILVER MEDAL on Wm. Armstrong for Fruits. [signature] President Edwin Fleming Secretary Mr Buchanan Director General. Henry S. Prichett...
Mrs. William Swayzie 
TextsImages    Article about Mrs. William Swayzie with a photograph. She was a daughter of James Durham, U. E. Loyalist, born at Queenston, January 2, 1808, and was present at the battle of Queenston Heights. Clipping measures 22 x 6cm. Undated. Unknown publication. From Armstrong family collection.
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Queenston Collection


Queenston Collection includes an extensive historical material from the area collected by Jean Huggins.