14 Oct 1962, Program of service at St. Saviours Brock Memorial Church in Commemoration of the Battle of Queenston Heights. The celebration took place in Queenston, Ontario on October 14, 1962.
Leaflet: 8 pages; size: 17.8cm x 21.5cm
September 1988, Full Title: "St Saviours Brock Memorial Church. Queenston, Ontario, Canada. A short history. September 1988". Includes a page with a list of "Clergy who served at St Saviours".
Pamphlet: 4 pages with two photos of the church (front and back covers); size: 14cm x 22cm St. Saviour Anglican Church,...
Black and white photograph of the old gateway to Brock's Monument in Queenston : wrought iron decorative gate with stone posts on both sides (each with stone lion atop). The small, two-storey stone building on right side was designed for the keeper of the monument. There some trees (mostly...
Black and white photo of Brock's cenotaph in Queenston, dedicated by Albert Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) in 1860. Writing on cenotaph:
"This stone was placed by His Royal Highness
Albert Edward Prince of Wales
on 18 September 1860"
"Marking the spot where Brock fell"
Sepia colour photographs attached to cardboard frame. Reverse:
"Photo taken from Brock's Monument toward Lewiston N.Y. early 1900s"
1900s, Sepia colour photographs attached to cardboard frame. The pictures show agricultural character of Queenston area at the beginning of XX century. Reverse:
"Photo taken from top of Brock's Monument of Village of Queenston, early 1900s"
1904, Sepia colour panoramic photograph of Queenston area taken from the top of Brock's monument in Queenston Heights Park.
It is attached to cardboard with handwritten description.
The Palmer School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa was begun by D.D. Palmer, who is known as the Founder of...
Tolan, Eva Elliott (1892-1967), The Man who Had 4 Burials, "The Man who Had 4 Burials," The Niagara Magazine, Nov 1947 Newspaper article about General Sir Isaac Brock written by a local historian Eva Elliott Tolan and published in The Niagara Magazine vol.1, number 2. (pages 22-25).
Size: 14.5cm x 19cm "Eva Elliott Tolan for many years was a writer for the Niagara Falls, N.Y, Gazette, and at present while acting...
A letter from D. J. Glenney/Walter Haldorson, Fort George Niagara National Historic Park, sent to Mr. M. S. Cushing, Niagara Parks Commission, suggesting a name for the new park to commemorate the Indian participation at the Battle of Queenston Heights. Suggested names: John Norton Park, Mohawk...
"Queenston Novelist - Historian To Be Commemorated By Plaque.," Niagara Falls Review, 24 Sep 1960 Article about unveiling a plaque dedicated to Major John Richardson on the grounds of Laura Secord Memorial School in Queenston.
The ceremony took place on Sep 28, 1960 and additional photos were published after that.