Near the corner of Bridge Street and Erie Avenue. Arlington Hotel is on the right and the CNR freight sheds are on the left.
Near the corner of Bridge Street and Erie Avenue. Arlington Hotel is on the right and the CNR freight sheds are on the left. The buildings in the distance, which included the Imperial Hotel were demolished to make room for the Niagara Transit garage and Bus Station. The large building seen in the distance is the Trennick Hotel.
Band playing in the parade.
Refreshment stand for the parade.
Horse drawn Hospital float in foreground.
Dominion Day parade in Niagara Falls.
Arlington Hotel second building from right ; Railway Station left.
Acheson Graphite behind the fence in the background, Buttrey near Victoria.
On July 1, 1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain. The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day.
100 years ago, how did Niagarans celebrate Canada's 50th birthday? With a July, 1917 Dominion Day parade downtown!