Fonds F 576
18 centimetres of textual records
Fonds consists of records documenting the personal and official activities of Alexander Hamilton in the Niagara District in the early nineteenth century.
Fonds has been arranged into ten series.
Alexander Hamilton (1790-1839) was a businessman and office holder in Queenston, Lincoln County, Ontario.
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Some of the records in this fonds are fragile and brittle.
Title based on contents of the fonds.
No further accruals are expected.
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|Reference Code||Series Title|
|F 576-1||Alexander Hamilton letterbook|
|F 576-2||Alexander Hamilton personal papers|
|F 576-3||Papers of A. Hamilton as postmaster at Queenston|
|F 576-4||Papers of A. Hamilton as Sheriff of Niagara District|
|F 576-5||Papers of other Hamilton family members|
|F 576-6||Legal writs from the Wentworth County Sheriff's office|
|F 576-7||Hamilton family photographs|
|F 576-8||Typescript extracts from the John Askin papers and the Simcoe papers concerning the Hamilton family|
|F 576-9||Alexander Hamilton miscellaneous papers|
|F 576-10||Correspondence relating to Hamilton family papers|