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Subject:  Portraits 
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Fairview Fruit Farm in Queenston 
ImagesTexts    Black and white photographs (2) of Fairview Fruit Farm in Queenston, belonging to Charles Matthew Lowrey [Lowery]. Views of field and orchards; there is even a sign "Fairview Fruit Farm" on the roof of the barn and some railway track (in foreground). Matthew Charles Lowrey bought 42 acres of...
Fairview Fruit Farm in Queenston 
Texts  1912,   Complete 4 page document describing in detail the Fairview Fruit Farm, offered for sale in 1912 by the owner, Matthew Charles Lowrey. By this date Lowrey's interests had diversified - he had, for example opened another store and was involved in the Queenston/St. Davids Quarry - leaving too little...
Portrait of Charles Matthew Lowrey 
ImagesTexts    Black and white portrait photograph of Charles Matthew Lowrey [Lowery], a prominent resident of Queenston. The photograph is mounted on oversized cardboard frame. Charles Matthew Lowrey was born in Vanessa, Ontario, Canada on 29 Aug 1855 to David Jackson Lowrey and Elizabeth Catherine Teeter. He...
The Fathers of Grimsby Park 
Images    This item contains six portraits of the men who created Grimsby Park. The portraits are numbered with their respective names below the pictures. Grimsby Park had started of as a gathering place, which quickly turned into an amusement park of sorts in the early 1900's. However the lack of interest...
Portrait of William Armstrong 
Images    A small black and white photograph of William Armstrong, who died in 1921. Reverse: "William Armstrong died 1921"
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Queenston Collection


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