Guest book signed by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, 1973, Indira Ghandi, 1973, Pauline McGibbon, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, 1977 and Wilbert N. Dick, Lord Mayor, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 1973- 1977.

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Guest book signed by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, 1973, Indira Ghandi, 1973, Pauline McGibbon, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, 1977 and Wilbert N. Dick, Lord Mayor, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 1973- 1977.

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