Queenston Collection

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Subject:  Administrative agencies 
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Niagara Township Winners, elected in December 1957. 
Images  10 Dec 1957,   Black and white photograph of Niagara Township Winners after election on December 9, 1957. From left to right are Trustees Robert Kirkby and Ernest Selway, Deputy Reeve Fred Goring; Reeve Harry Dawson(Seated), Councillors George Carr, Jean Huggins (Mrs. A. E.) and J. Henry Freel. Photo was...
Opening of Niagara Township Municipal Building, 1957 
Images  1 Jun 1957,   Black and white photograph of (left to right): Ex-Reeve and Ex-Warden William J. Hunter, Ex-Reeve and Ex-Warden Robert G. Dawson, cutting the tape and Ex-Reeve Wilfred Stewart taken at the formal opening of the Niagara Township Municipal Building on May 31, 1957. Reverse:" Article in Niagara...
A Short History of the Township of Niagara : Touching Upon Transportation, Education and Municipal Affairs from 1793-1893 
Texts  1943,   Book with cardboard covers: 79 p.; size: 15.6cm x 23cm. On the last page(79): handwritten note by Jean Huggins with some clerks' names.
Niagara Township 1957 election winners 
Images  7 Jan 1958,   Black and white photograph of Niagara Township council, newly elected in December 1957. Reverse: "Photograph by Don Sinclair Staff Photographer St. Catharines [...] St. Catharines, Ontario Jan 7 1958"
Niagara Township Council elected in December 1957 
Images  7 Jan 1958,   Black and white photograph of Niagara Township council, newly elected in December 1957. From left to right: Councillor Henry Freel, [unknown person], Deputy Reeve Fred Goring, Reeve Harry Dawson, Councillor George Carr, Clerk-Treasurer John K. Couillard, Councillor Jean Huggins (Mrs. A. E....
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Queenston Collection

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