Archival Resources

Niagara bridge disasters collection, RG 102, Brock University Archives.

Canadian Niagara Power Company fonds, RG 170, Brock University Archives.

Niagara Falls Stereo Cards collection, RG 599.  Brock University Archives.  

Orville (Jimmy) Manson family fonds, RG 614.  Brock University Archives

George E. Curtis photographs of Niagara Falls collection, RG 703.  Brock University Archives.  

Album of photographs taken during construction of the Upper Steel Arch (or Honeymoon) Bridge, Sept. 29-1897-July 16, 1898.   Brock University Archives.



Picturesque Canada:  the country as it was and is, c. 1882.

Old and New Views of Niagara Falls:  with short description, 1901.  

Cutter's Guide to Niagara Falls, and adjacent points of interest, 1905.  

A farewell to an old friend [1898-1938] / David Sanderson, 1938.  


Newspaper articles

Niagara Ice Bridge Breaks, Toronto World, February 5, 1912.

Property Worth Millions is in Gravest Danger.  Niagara Falls Gazette, January 26, 1938.

River Vanished:  the Day the Falls Ran Dry.  Globe and Mail, March 30, 1955.


Other Sources

Crossing ice bridge at Niagara Falls - YouTube / Library of Congress, 1904.

Niagara Falls winter scene (photograph), item number 3349463, Library and Archives Canada.