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  • 3 Area Musicians Nominated For Hall Induction, Blind River, 2001
    Norlyn Purych, The Sault Star, March 17, 2001     This article concerns the induction of the first country musician from the Blind River area into the Northern Ontario Country Music Hall of Fame. Some information about Earl Bell, Lucien Pilon and Richard Sayers, the nominees and voting was included.
    Norlyn Purych, The Sault Star, March 17, 2001   This article concerns the induction of the first country musician from the ...
    Blind River Public Library
  • Local Artist Wins Another Award, Blind River, The Standard, 1995
        This newspaper article informs the reader about local artist Al Wright's winning two awards for his watercolor paintings, one from the North of 17 juried show and another in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. The article also shares information about painting.
      This newspaper article informs the reader about local artist Al Wright's winning ...
    Blind River Public Library
  • Blind River Poem in Provincial Competition, The Standard 1997
        This article shares the award winning poem written by former adult education student Rod White called "And the Times, They Are A' Changing".
      This article shares the award winning poem written by former adult education ...
    Blind River Public Library
  • Blind River Community Bands Together To Help Stranded Motorists, 2002
    Rocco Frangione, The Sault Star, March 12, 2002     This article describes how the community of Blind River came together to feed, entertain and shelter over 200 travellers stranded in Blind River due to the Hwy.17 road closure for 26 hours.
    Rocco Frangione, The Sault Star, March 12, 2002   This article describes how the community of Blind River came together to ...
    Blind River Public Library
  • Dr. Jim Dolan's Work Is Unfinished, Blind River, The Sentinel, 1901
        This is a photocopy of an article that was printed in the Sentinel newspaper just after the death of Dr. Dolan to inform readers about the man and his medical use of hypnosis.
      This is a photocopy of an article that was printed in the ...
    Blind River Public Library
  • 3 Area Musicians Nominated For Hall Induction, Blind River, 2001
    Norlyn Purych, The Sault Star, March 17, 2001     This article concerns the induction of the first country musician from the Blind River area into the Northern Ontario Country Music Hall of Fame. Some information about Earl Bell, Lucien Pilon and Richard Sayers, the nominees and voting was included.
    Norlyn Purych, The Sault Star, March 17, 2001   This article concerns the induction of the first country musician from the ...
    Blind River Public Library
  • Denise Philippe, Femme du mois / Woman of the month
        Denise Philippe, Femme du mois / Woman of the month
      Denise Philippe, Femme du mois / Woman of the month
    Club généalogique du Nipissing Ouest
  • R.P. Jean Baptiste Dubuc
        Article de journal au sujet de la mort de R.P. Jean-Baptiste Dubuc.
      Article de journal au sujet de la mort de R.P. Jean-Baptiste Dubuc.
    Club généalogique du Nipissing Ouest
  • Accident tragique à Lavigne
        Article de journal sur la noyade de R.P. Jean-Baptiste, Leonie Sylvestre, Mme Albert Lafrenière et ses deux enfants.
      Article de journal sur la noyade de R.P. Jean-Baptiste, Leonie Sylvestre, Mme ...
    Club généalogique du Nipissing Ouest
  • Town Library Opens Local History Section; May 22, 1977
    St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 22 May 1977     A clipping from the St. Catharines Standard stating that there will be an open house for the NHRC resource centre the following Sunday at 2. It also details what information will be kept in the room (ie. books, microfilms, town plans, grant records etc).
    St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 22 May 1977   A clipping from the St. Catharines Standard stating that there will be ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Library Opens Historical Section; May 30, 1977
    St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 30 May 1977, Section Second Section, 19 to 26     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.
    St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 30 May 1977, Section Second Section, 19 to 26   A clipping from the St. Catharines Standard stating that the Historical Section ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Historical Documents Now Sorted, Indexed; Sep. 1, 1996
    John Spears, St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 1 Sep 1976, p. 34     This is a newspaper clipping from the St. Catharines Standard circ. 1976 which details the beginning of the NHRC centre in the Niagara-on-the-Lake public library.
    John Spears, St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), 1 Sep 1976, p. 34   This is a newspaper clipping from the St. Catharines Standard circ. 1976 ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Many great structures planned or under way in Toronto
        Newspaper clipping with pictures of newly constructed or planned buildings in Toronto. One of the projects mentioned was the Commerce and Transportation Building at Bay Street at Front Street West, Toronto which was designed by N. A. Armstrong Co., Ltd. Newspaper clipping with various architects' drawings; measures 28 x 44 ...
      Newspaper clipping with pictures of newly constructed or planned buildings in Toronto. ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Chief Noel Haines retires
    Niagara Advance (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada), 3 Oct 1980     Chief Noel Haines retires More than 30 years of service ended early last month when former Fire Chief Noel Haines retired from District One of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Volunteer Fire Department. A member of the local volunteer department since 1948, Mr. Haines became ...
    Niagara Advance (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada), 3 Oct 1980   Chief Noel Haines retires More than 30 years of service ended early ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Daily Times-Gazette
        Precursor to Oshawa Daily Times...
      Precursor to Oshawa Daily Times...
    OurOntario.ca
  • Library celebrating bicentennial, Jan, 31, 2000
    Blair Burgess, Niagara Advance (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada), 31 Jan 2000     A photocopy of the newspaper article describing the Bicentennial Gala Dinner and other events scheduled for the NOTL Public Library's bicentennial year, including the change of location.
    Blair Burgess, Niagara Advance (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada), 31 Jan 2000   A photocopy of the newspaper article describing the Bicentennial Gala Dinner and ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Huge, 107-year-old Cornerstone of Lewiston Academy Will Become Part of New Village Monument
        Newspaper article about making the original stone (laid by Masonry on the Niagara Frontier in 1824) and a small amount of surrounding masonry into a permanent monument in the village park on the site of the former academy in Lewiston, NY. Newspaper clipping (on a page of scrapbook) measures 22.5x ...
      Newspaper article about making the original stone (laid by Masonry on the ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Cherished Sheepskin is Won By More Than 600 Graduates
        Newspaper article about graduation ceremonies and procession at University of Toronto. Unknown publication. Undated but probably 1933 as Robert Douglas Falconer (1909-1996)graduated in 1933. Newspaper clipping, mounted on greyish paper, measures 19 x 10 cm.
      Newspaper article about graduation ceremonies and procession at University of Toronto. Unknown ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • University of Toronto Faculty of Arts, Fourth Year, 1933
    The Globe, 6 Jun 1933     Newspaper announcement of successful students after examinations of the Fourth Year in the Faculty of Arts at University of Toronto in 1933. Highlighted name of Miss D. D. Walsh. Newspaper clipping measuring 37.5 x 25.5 cm.
    The Globe, 6 Jun 1933   Newspaper announcement of successful students after examinations of the Fourth Year in ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • Rev. Dr. Workman states his views
        Newspaper clippings with two reports on a trial of Rev. Dr. Workman against Wesleyan Theological College in Montreal for dismissing him from his professorship at the college on the grounds that his teachings were unorthodox. The two principal allegations against him being that he denied the virgin birth and the ...
      Newspaper clippings with two reports on a trial of Rev. Dr. Workman ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
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