Black and white photo of Queenston Dock damaged by ice jam. A group of 3 people walking toward a photographer and a sign "TORONTO BOATS. Canada Steamship Lines" sign still visible in background. Reverse with a stamp of Niagara Parks Commission with handwritten description:
"Ice conditions at...
Spring 1909, Black and white postcards of snow clearing efforts in Queenston during ice jam on the Niagara River; April and May, 1909.
Clearing Queenston Docks, May 6, 1909
Clearing railway tracks
Removing ice jam at Queenston with rotary plow, May 6, 1909
Niagara River ice jam, April,...
Spring 1909, Black and white postcards of damage caused by ice jam on the lower Niagara River at Lewiston, N.Y. in May, 1909.
Ice jam at Lewiston, N. Y. near the Pavilion
Damaged dock and Hotel Cornell at Lewiston, N. Y
Ice jam April 1909 - Hotel Cornell, Lewiston, N. Y. The ice jam in 1909...
1954, Black and white photographs of Queenston Docks, showing flooded buildings and mounting ice on the Niagara River.
Could it be the ice jam in 1955? "Queenston dock 1954"
1938, Full title:
Falls View and Niagara Ice Bridges
by James G. Morden(Secretary, Lundy's Lane Historical Society)
Collapse of Falls View Bridge and Ice Jam of 1938
by W. Bruce Leslie
Book (p. 24) containing black and white photographs by: Frank H. Leslie, "Bud" Burnett (of "Niagara Falls Evening...
Spring 1955, Articles and photographs of ice jam on lower Niagara River in spring 1955, published by local newspapers (St. Catharines Standard, Niagara Advance and Niagara Falls Review); different authors and photographers.
The ice jam in 1955 destroyed the dock shelter and ticket office on Queenston Docks.
Newspaper photograph of two boats encased in ice on the Canadian side at the Maid of the Mist dock.
Undated but probably 1938 when massive ice jam below the Falls wrecked the Honeymoon Bridge and threatened to destroy the two Maid of the Mist steamers. Unknown publication.
Clipping measures 15 x...
Newspaper clipping with two black and white photographs showing damaged properties along Niagara River and docks of the Canada Steamship Lines during massive ice jam in 1938.
Unknown publication. Undated.
Scrapbook sheet measures 15 x 19.5 cm.
On January 27, 1938 an ice jam caused a collapse of...