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(Thumbnail) 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Lundy's Lane Parade  July 25, 1914 - Captain Abraham Hull's grave in Drummond Hill Cemetery, killed at Battle of Lundy's Lane July 25 1814 (image/jpeg)
Title 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Lundy's Lane Parade July 25, 1914 - Captain Abraham Hull's grave in Drummond Hill Cemetery, killed at Battle of Lundy's Lane July 25 1814
Type  Still Image
Collection  Postcard Collection
Notes  In very poor condition
Collection  Francis J. Petrie Collection
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D421400  Postcard     
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(Thumbnail) Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (1) (image/jpeg)
Title Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (1)
Creator  Porteus, Andrew C.
Type  Still Image
Collection  Niagara Falls Public Library Local History Collection
Notes  Starting in the afternoon of October 12, 2006, a massive snow storm hit Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York. Ending in the early morning of October 13 (when the rains began), there were constant winds of 90 km an hour, and snow totalling 30-50 cm (12 - 20") fell on various parts of the town. All utilities were totally knocked out, and power, telephone, and cable services were gradually reinstated over the next few days. Crews from across Ontario were brought in to help. These photos were taken October 14, two days after the storm hit.
Date  October 15, 2006.
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D422396  Colour photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (2) (image/jpeg)
Title Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (2)
Creator  Porteus, Andrew C.
Type  Still Image
Collection  Niagara Falls Public Library Local History Collection
Notes  Starting in the afternoon of October 12, 2006, a massive snow storm hit Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York. Ending in the early morning of October 13 (when the rains began), there were constant winds of 90 km an hour, and snow totalling 30-50 cm (12 - 20") fell on various parts of the town. All utilities were totally knocked out, and power, telephone, and cable services were gradually reinstated over the next few days. Crews from across Ontario were brought in to help. These photos were taken October 14, two days after the storm hit.
Date  October 15, 2006.
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D422397  Colour photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (3) (image/jpeg)
Title Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (3)
Creator  Porteus, Andrew C.
Type  Still Image
Collection  Niagara Falls Public Library Local History Collection
Notes  Starting in the afternoon of October 12, 2006, a massive snow storm hit Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York. Ending in the early morning of October 13 (when the rains began), there were constant winds of 90 km an hour, and snow totalling 30-50 cm (12 - 20") fell on various parts of the town. All utilities were totally knocked out, and power, telephone, and cable services were gradually reinstated over the next few days. Crews from across Ontario were brought in to help. These photos were taken October 14, two days after the storm hit.
Date  October 15, 2006.
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D422398  Colour photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (4) (image/jpeg)
Title Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (4)
Creator  Porteus, Andrew C.
Type  Still Image
Collection  Niagara Falls Public Library Local History Collection
Notes  Starting in the afternoon of October 12, 2006, a massive snow storm hit Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York. Ending in the early morning of October 13 (when the rains began), there were constant winds of 90 km an hour, and snow totalling 30-50 cm (12 - 20") fell on various parts of the town. All utilities were totally knocked out, and power, telephone, and cable services were gradually reinstated over the next few days. Crews from across Ontario were brought in to help. These photos were taken October 14, two days after the storm hit.
  Headstone of Edward & Isabella Hawkins
Date  October 15, 2006.
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D422399  Colour photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (5) (image/jpeg)
Title Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (5)
Creator  Porteus, Andrew C.
Type  Still Image
Collection  Niagara Falls Public Library Local History Collection
Notes  Starting in the afternoon of October 12, 2006, a massive snow storm hit Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York. Ending in the early morning of October 13 (when the rains began), there were constant winds of 90 km an hour, and snow totalling 30-50 cm (12 - 20") fell on various parts of the town. All utilities were totally knocked out, and power, telephone, and cable services were gradually reinstated over the next few days. Crews from across Ontario were brought in to help. These photos were taken October 14, two days after the storm hit.
Date  October 15, 2006.
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D422400  Colour photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (6) (image/jpeg)
Title Aftermath of Fort Erie Snowstorm, October 12, 2006 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery (6)
Creator  Porteus, Andrew C.
Type  Still Image
Collection  Niagara Falls Public Library Local History Collection
Notes  Starting in the afternoon of October 12, 2006, a massive snow storm hit Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York. Ending in the early morning of October 13 (when the rains began), there were constant winds of 90 km an hour, and snow totalling 30-50 cm (12 - 20") fell on various parts of the town. All utilities were totally knocked out, and power, telephone, and cable services were gradually reinstated over the next few days. Crews from across Ontario were brought in to help. These photos were taken October 14, two days after the storm hit.
Date  October 15, 2006.
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D422401  Colour photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Battle of Lundy's Lane Memorial, Drummond Hill Cemetery (image/jpeg)
Title Battle of Lundy's Lane Memorial, Drummond Hill Cemetery
Creator  Unknown
Type  Still Image
Collection  General Photograph Collection
Notes  Momument commemorating the Battle Of Lundy's Lane during the War of 1812.
Date  1995
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D526166  Black and white photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Battle of Lundy's Lane Monument (Close-up of the Inscription) - Drummond Hill Cemetery (image/jpeg)
Title Battle of Lundy's Lane Monument (Close-up of the Inscription) - Drummond Hill Cemetery
Creator  Cameron, Chantal
Date  July, 1995.
Collection  Cameron Collection
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D416161  Photograph     
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(Thumbnail) Battle of Lundy's Lane Monument - Drummond Hill Cemetery (image/jpeg)
Title Battle of Lundy's Lane Monument - Drummond Hill Cemetery
Collection  Francis J. Petrie Collection
  General Photograph Collection
Physical items 
Filing No.   Format       
D416036  Photograph     
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