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  • Funeral Card, Cassie Durham
    ImageText       "In Memoriam" Reverse-left: "Died" "At Riverside Fruit Farm, Queenston, Ont., on Sunday, March 6th, 2904." "CASSIE DURHAM" "beloved wife of Wm. Armstrong." "in her 60th year" Reverse-right: "The Funeral" "Will take place from her late residence, Queen-ston, on Tuesday, March 8th, at 1.30 p.m., and proceed to St David's Cemetary.
    ImageText     "In Memoriam" Reverse-left: "Died" "At Riverside Fruit Farm, Queenston, Ont., on Sunday, March 6th, 2904." "CASSIE DURHAM" "beloved wife of Wm. Armstrong." "in her 60th year" Reverse-right: "The Funeral" "Will ...
  • Toronto's Passenger Fleet in 1918
    ImageText       Christmas greetings from Alan Howard (inside a card).
    ImageText     Christmas greetings from Alan Howard (inside a card).
  • Outward Bound for the Thousand Islands
    ImageText       Greetings from Aland Howard (inside a card)
    ImageText     Greetings from Aland Howard (inside a card)
  • A Pioneer on the Great Lakes
    ImageText       Christmas card with greetings from Alan Howard (inside)
    ImageText     Christmas card with greetings from Alan Howard (inside)
  • The "Kingston" Sails for the Last Time.
    ImageText       Inside a card: "Sincere good wishes for every happiness at Christmas and in the New Year. Alan Howard 908, Darwood Court 60, Tyndall Avenue Toronto, Ontario"
    ImageText     Inside a card: "Sincere good wishes for every happiness at Christmas and in the New Year. Alan Howard 908, Darwood Court 60, Tyndall Avenue Toronto, Ontario"
  • William Lyon Mackenzie Printing Office, Queenston, 1937-38.
    Image       Sepia-toned postcard of a limestone building with description: "Restored Printing Office of William Lyon Mackenzie at Queenston, who fought and suffered for the freedom of the press in Canada".
    Image     Sepia-toned postcard of a limestone building with description: "Restored Printing Office of William Lyon Mackenzie at Queenston, who fought and suffered for the freedom of the press in Canada".
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Queenston Collection


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