Library Opens Historical Section; May 30, 1977
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St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada), 30 May 1977, Second Section, p. 19 to 26
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The St. Catharines Standard
Peninsula Parade
Second Section Monday, May 30, 1977 Pages 19 to 26

Library opens historical section
     The history of early Niagara is the focus of a new section of the Niagara-on-the-Lake public library which was opened yesterday by culture and recreation minister Bob Welch, left. The section has been opened in a part of the library newly-named the Janet Carnochan Room. Frank Carnochan, a great-nephew of Miss Carnochan, shared in the opening with Mr. Welch and chief librarian Gerda Molson. The Carnochan Room contains the library's collection of rare books, microfilmed documents from the federal and provincial archives, and an index to historical documents held by persons and organizations in the town itself.
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A clipping from the St. Catharines Standard stating that the Historical Section is now open and that Bob Welch and Frank Carnochan were part of the opening alongside Gerda Molson.
Date of Publication:
30 May 1977
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NOTLPL00083
Language of Item:
English
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Library Opens Historical Section; May 30, 1977
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Library Opens Historical Section; May 30, 1977


A clipping from the St. Catharines Standard stating that the Historical Section is now open and that Bob Welch and Frank Carnochan were part of the opening alongside Gerda Molson.