Postcard of an aerial view of Niagara Falls, c. 1969-1971

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Title

Postcard of an aerial view of Niagara Falls, c. 1969-1971

Subject

Niagara Falls

Description

Colour photographic postcard of the Heritage Tower (now know as the Konica Minolta Tower) and Niagara Falls, c. 1969-1971.

Captioned on the back "The Honeymoon Capital of the World." The falls are 1,000 feet wide and situated twenty miles from Lake Erie and fourteen miles from the river mouth in Lake Ontario. The Canadian (or Horseshoe) Falls are 160 feet high; the American Falls being 167 feet high. This scene shows the Heritage Tower towering 665 feet above the Niagara Gorge. Dine in the sky at the elegant Crown Suite Dining Rooms in the crown of the tower."

Creator

Photo: H. R. Oakman/ Postcard: John Hinde Limited

Source

Welland Public Library Photo Collection

Date

c. 1969-1971

Rights

Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.

Format

Colour photographic postcard

Language

English

Type

Still image

Identifier

Storage – Neighbouring Communities Binder – Niagara Falls – WELD-falls-0009

Coverage

Niagara Falls

Files

IMG_20230302_0008 (2).jpg
IMG_20230302_0001.jpg

Collection

Citation

Photo: H. R. Oakman/ Postcard: John Hinde Limited, “Postcard of an aerial view of Niagara Falls, c. 1969-1971,” Welland Public Library Local History, accessed May 24, 2024, https://omeka.wellandlibrary.ca/items/show/9601.