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Listed here is a document pertinent to the Finch homestead on Queen Street. The Finch family operated a carriage business and spent generations in Fort Erie.

Listed here is a document titled, "Opportunity Knocks", which is a published letter to a man named Wilfred, by J.L. Kraft.

Listed here is a newspaper article regarding the rediscovering of an old rock wagon used in the mining of the Ridgemount Quarries. It was originally purchased by Wilson Teal in 1911.

Louis McDermott at Horton after the strike.

"The Ship Canal on the Niagara" tells the story of James Kerby requesting support for a ship canal at Fort Erie. Other documents include his military involvement with "the Queen's Own Fencibles" and his dealings with a local grist mill.

Listed here are various items pertinent to the First World War, and belonging to a Fort Erie veteran of the conflict. Items include an article from Maclean's that revisits the causes of the war, and the role played by Canadians in assisting the…

President Asplin, with his assistant, Al Mudge, show a group the vast stockpile of steel plates before they are conveyed by overhead crane into the plant to be shaped, cut and welded into tanks. Apart from name badges, guides on the tour were…

listed here is a class list from #6 school on Ridgemount Rd. from 1921.

This document contains original photographs of School #7 on Eagle Street from 1890, coupled with a teachers list, class photo, and a separate text regarding the reconstruction and renaming of the institution in the 1950s.

Listed here is a class listing from #7 School Eagle St. w/o a complete class picture.


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