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This photo depicts the Hotel Victoria Inn in 1954. Owned by Terry and Mary Kosloff, the Inn advertised “five minutes from the Falls and the Summer Theatre” which was held at NFCVI during the early 1950’s.  Since 1964, this building has been the home of the Jade Garden Restaurant. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

This photo depicts the Hotel Victoria Inn in 1954. Owned by Terry and Mary Kosloff, the Inn advertised “five minutes from the Falls and the Summer Theatre” which was held at NFCVI during the early 1950’s. Since 1964, this building has been the home of the Jade Garden Restaurant. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

Seen here in 1937 and operated by the George family, Rainbow Cabin Camp advertised themselves as “nearest to the Falls” and had “low rates and clean cabins”. This location has now evolved into the Rainbow Motor Inn. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

Seen here in 1937 and operated by the George family, Rainbow Cabin Camp advertised themselves as “nearest to the Falls” and had “low rates and clean cabins”. This location has now evolved into the Rainbow Motor Inn.

Crane Brothers’ Flour and Feed Store began its operations in 1904 and was owned by Stephen and D’Arcy Crane. The original building was torn down in 1910 to make room for a larger two-story brick building. After closing in 1929, the same building became a winery, a furniture store and is currently the home of the Ferry Street Medical Centre.Canada 150: Niagara Falls Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public Library.

Crane Brothers’ Flour and Feed Store began its operations in 1904 and was owned by Stephen and D’Arcy Crane. The original building was torn down in 1910 to make room for a larger two-story brick building. After closing in 1929, the same building became a winery, a furniture store and is currently the home of the Ferry Street Medical Centre.Canada 150: Niagara Falls Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public Library.

After the Columbia Hotel was torn down, the Trennick Hotel opened in June of 1910.  This hotel was later known as the Metropole, the Mohawk Hotel and from 1967, the Lord Nelson Hotel. This building is still standing today and is now known as Hotel Europa.Canada 150: Niagara Falls Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public Library.

After the Columbia Hotel was torn down, the Trennick Hotel opened in June of 1910. This hotel was later known as the Metropole, the Mohawk Hotel and from 1967, the Lord Nelson Hotel. This building is still standing today and is now known as Hotel Europa.Canada 150: Niagara Falls Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public Library.

Taken in the the early 1830’s this photo shows the business block on the corner of Cummington Square West and Bridgewater Street.  Once the home of Evan’s Drug Store and Roy Muma’s Barber Shop, it is now the home of Chippawa Movieland. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

Taken in the the early 1830’s this photo shows the business block on the corner of Cummington Square West and Bridgewater Street. Once the home of Evan’s Drug Store and Roy Muma’s Barber Shop, it is now the home of Chippawa Movieland. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

The original part of this building was constructed by John Kirkpatrick in 1816. In the 1890’s, it was converted into a hotel known as the Baltimore House that was in business until 1929. Today it is the home of The Boat House Family Restaurant. Canada 150: Niagara Falls Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public Library.

The original part of this building was constructed by John Kirkpatrick in 1816. In the 1890’s, it was converted into a hotel known as the Baltimore House that was in business until 1929. Today it is the home of The Boat House Family Restaurant. Canada 150: Niagara Falls Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public Library.

In 1917, a 97-bed hospital building was constructed on the corner of Jepson St. and Fourth Ave. Heated by coal-fired boilers, it had an emergency room, an operating room, a kitchen, and an isolation tent outside the grounds. In 1958, a police-escorted convoy transported the patients to a new, larger hospital. After renovations, The Salvation Army Eventide Home opened in 1960. Canada 150: Niagara Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public LIbrary.

In 1917, a 97-bed hospital building was constructed on the corner of Jepson St. and Fourth Ave. Heated by coal-fired boilers, it had an emergency room, an operating room, a kitchen, and an isolation tent outside the grounds. In 1958, a police-escorted convoy transported the patients to a new, larger hospital. After renovations, The Salvation Army Eventide Home opened in 1960. Canada 150: Niagara Then and Now. Niagara Falls Public LIbrary.

Replacing a one-room stone schoolhouse built in 1854, this photo shows Falls View School as it looked shortly after its opening in 1910.  A significant addition occurred in 1920 that included a gymnasium and a white-tiled swimming pool. Several other classroom additions followed and it is now the location of Cavendish Manor Retirement Home. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

Replacing a one-room stone schoolhouse built in 1854, this photo shows Falls View School as it looked shortly after its opening in 1910. A significant addition occurred in 1920 that included a gymnasium and a white-tiled swimming pool. Several other classroom additions followed and it is now the location of Cavendish Manor Retirement Home. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

This photo of Cobblestone Lodge dates back to the mid 1930’s. It was managed by Mrs. Harry Gracey as a tourist home along the once popular Highway No. 8.  Brothers James and Mark Murphy now own Murphy’s Music which opened in 1992.Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

This photo of Cobblestone Lodge dates back to the mid It was managed by Mrs. Harry Gracey as a tourist home along the once popular Highway No. Brothers James and Mark Murphy now own Murphy’s Music which opened in Falls Public Library.

This Thorold Stone Road residence was purchased in 1918 by local businessman Edgar Swalm who, along with his Wife Matilda, offered rooms, meals and a bath to interested tourists. Now a Jiffy Lube, this site has been owned by Barry Allen since 1988. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

This Thorold Stone Road residence was purchased in 1918 by local businessman Edgar Swalm who, along with his Wife Matilda, offered rooms, meals and a bath to interested tourists. Now a Jiffy Lube, this site has been owned by Barry Allen since 1988. Niagara Falls Public Library. Canada 150.

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