Queenston Collection


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Subject:  Celebrations 
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The Federated Women's of Ontario Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration (1897-1947) 
Texts  18 Jun 1947,   Program of The Federated Women's of Ontario Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, held at the Ontario Agricultural College in Guelph, Ontario on June 18, 1947. Includes schedule and names of pioneers, presidents and superintendents. Booklet: 8 pages with black and white photos and the Women's...
The first issue of the Colonial Advocate 
TextsImages  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.
Celebrate Queenston
 
TextsImages  1987,   Celebrate Queenston. Folder published by the Queenston Community Association. Tri-folded brochure; size:12cm (unfolded:35.5cm) x 21.5cm
Queenston successfully preserves history. 
TextsImages  "Queenston successfully preserves history.," Niagara Falls Review (Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada), 28 Sep 1974  Full title: "Queenston successfully preserves history. Residents plan special day of events". Article with a newspaper photograph of McKenzie House ruins. Photo description: "Mackenzie House ruins. This view shows the Mackenzie House as it appeared in 1935 before restoration. The Colonial...
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Queenston Collection


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