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A look at the exemplary career of Terry O'Malley in commercial advertising.
This exhibit examines the life and accomplishments of Alexander Hamilton (1790-1839). Hamilton came from a prominent family and was an important businessman and public servant in Upper Canada. His most notable positions were Postmaster at Queenston and Sheriff of the Niagara District.
Brief stories inspired by materials found in the Brock University Archives.
This is a collection of unusual or just interesting material that is housed within Archives and Special Collections, Brock University Library
Niagara Falls school of music owned by Harold Bradley
This site contains all of the Brock University course calendars produced from 1964 to the present. These are available as PDF files and are keyword searchable.
This exhibit provides a brief history of the Canadian Niagara Power Company, from its founding in 1892 to the present day.
This website will collect records from the Niagara community that will help document the COVID-19 pandemic in the Niagara Region in 2020.
This site contains records found in the Brock University Archives & Special Collections that pertain to the Shickluna Shipyard (1838 - 1891) of St. Catharines.
An examination of some of the historic houses in the Niagara Region, with an emphasis on houses associated with collections in Brock University's Archives and Special Collections.
As part of its 2020-2021 programming, the Research Centre in Interdisciplinary Arts and Creative Culture will curate a virtual space on the theme of interiors, interiority, and confinement, the role they play in collective life and/or how they may be contested. The exhibit will seek to explore the shifting boundaries of intimacy and domesticity in a dynamic virtual space, presenting mutli-disciplinary content and critical engagement.
This is an exhibit highlighting the man who became Brock University's founding president, James A. Gibson
This exhibit explores the highlights of the life and career of Lachlan McCallum (1823-1903), a Canadian politician who served as a Member of Parliament and Senator. Some political issues of the time are examined in a series of correspondence between himself and Prime Minister Sir John A. MacDonald.
Lake Lodge School was located in Grimsby, Ontario
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