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Subject:  Funeral processions 
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Funeral of William Armstrong in St. Augustine, Florida 
Images    Black and white photograph of the funeral procession of William Armstrong at the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church in St. Augustine, Florida in 1921. The attendees are standing or sitting (young black men in uniforms) in five rows in a front of the church and motorized hearse is waiting on the...
William Armstrong's Funeral 
Images    Black and white group photograph of the attendees of William Armstrong' funeral standing or sitting in a front of the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church in St. Augustine, Florida. The young black men in uniforms sitting in two front rows on the sidewalk are probably from the Tourist Club & Colliers...
Funeral of Wm. Armstrong, 1921 
Images    Black and white photograph of the funeral procession of William Armstrong in St. Augustine, Florida in 1921 with motorized hearse leading the way. Reverse: "funeral 1921"
In memory of Wm. Armstrong of Queenston 
Texts    Newspaper clipping with partial obituary of William Armstrong by his friend Thomas J. Britt from St. Louis, Missouri. Clipping measures 23.5 x 6 cm. No title and beginning. Undated. Unknown publication. William Armstrong died on January 27, 1921 in St. Augustine, Florida. From Armstrong family...
Tribute to memory of Wm. Armstrong 
Texts  February 11, 1921  Newspaper article about funeral processions of William Armstrong of Queenston, who died on January 27, 1921 in St. Augustine, Florida. Includes speeches and letters from his friends as well fragment of the hymn by John Greenleaf Whittier "When on my day of life the night is falling". Loose...
Meeting of the Tourists Club 
Texts  Jan 3l, l92I  Typed letter - report of a meeting of the Tourists Club which was held Monday, January 3, l92I in St. Augustine, Florida. The members (including Mr. Case of Denver, Colorado; Professor Collins, President of the Florida Boys Industrial Institute; Mr. Thomas Towns, President of the club) are...
Dies suddenly making speech. 
Funeral announcement. 
Texts    Newspaper articles with announcement of sudden death of William Armstrong in St. Augustine, Florida, and funeral arrangements. Two newspaper clippings mounted on thin onion skin paper. Unknown publication. Undated. William Armstrong died on January 27, 1921 in St. Augustine, Florida. From...
Col. George Ross is laid to rest
 
Texts    Newspaper article with details of funeral of Col. George Ross (former General Superintendent of Postal Services for Canada) in St. Andrew's Church in Toronto. Newspaper clipping measuring 20.5 x 5.5 cm. Unknown publication. Undated. With handwritten note: "First cousin of Mrs. H.H....
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Queenston Collection


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