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Branch offices.

File consists of photographs and snapshots taken at Electrohome branch offices and showrooms, including those in Vancouver, Calgary, and Winnipeg; and portraits of branch office managers. Includes a photograph of Carl A. Pollock at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Some photographs include identification on verso, some include typed cutlines, and one is mounted on board. Duplicate photographs are present.

Electrohome

Bricker, Marjorie.

Full body studio portrait of Marjorie Bricker seen kneeling on a wicker arm chair with a doll and looking off camera.

Schantz Russell Family

Calgary branch : official opening of new location.

File consists of seven photographs (plus duplicates) taken at the official opening of the new location of the Electrohome branch in Calgary, AB. Includes photographs of Carl A. Pollock cutting the ribbon and posing with Western sales staff. File also includes a press clipping.

Electrohome

Calgary, Edmonton Branches

Correspondence, Kay Rex notes and draft, ephemera dated 1954 and 1956, original and photocopied clippings, including biographical material on Eva Reid among others.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Clement, Charles Bowlby and family.

Snapshot of (left to right) Charles Bowlby Clement, grandson Michael Clement, holding great-granddaughter Leigh Clement, and son Carlton Clement. Group is seen standing outdoors, on a roadway, with an automobile visible in the background. Charles and Carlton are looking toward Leigh, who is being held in Michael's arms.

Clement Bowlby Family

Devonian gardens, Alberta

File consists of seven snapshots of Devonian gardens in Alberta. Photographs have captions on the verso.

Dorney, Robert

Edmonton Women's Press Club: Fancy-Dress Dinner

Mounted photograph by McDermid Studios Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta of costumed members of the Edmonton Women's Press Club at a fancy dress at a dinner at the MacDonald Hotel in the mid-1920's. It is accompanied by a letter from Lotta Dempsey Ham to Kay Rex, April 15, 1988, and an identification list.

Left to Right: Mrs Howe, Evelyn Murphy, Ann Donnelly, Dr. Donalda Dickie, Unidentified, Zoe Trotter, Mrs Alexander, Judge Emily Murphy in Oriental Costume, Edna Kells, Mrs. Acheson, Lotta Dempsey, Gwen Morisson, Helen Boyle, Edna Baker, Miriam Elston.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Electrohome presentation to the University of Alberta.

File consists of material relating to a presentation to the University of Alberta by John A. Pollock on behalf of Electrohome of an ECP 2000 data/graphics and video projection system. Includes a letter, an edited typed cutline, and seven photographs of Pollock with the university president and another man.

Electrohome

Household and personal accounts.

Small volume bound tete-beche meant to record bills payable and bills receivable. Included here is a record of the indebtedness of his brothers Arthur Benjamin Schantz and Austin Tobias Schantz in connection with their ranching and farming venture in Didsbury, Alberta, as well as a record and valuation of horses owned. Expected income from investments and securities is listed. One of two loose papers included is an invoice for a pistol purchased parcel post by Constable Clarke Russell, 1931.

Schantz Russell Family

Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

Three identical group portraits of the attendees of the golden wedding anniversary of Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsberger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

Schantz Russell Family

Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

One group portrait of some attendees of the golden wedding anniversary celebrations for Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsberger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

Schantz Russell Family

Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

Three identical group portraits of the attendees of the golden wedding anniversary of Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsperger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

Schantz Russell Family

Hush Puppies World Conference, 1974.

File consists of material relating to the organization and publicity of the Kitchener portion of the Hush Puppies World Conference held in 1974. Includes news releases, press clippings, incoming and outgoing correspondence of Charles E. Greb (including thank-you letters from conference delegates), agendas, Wolverine advertising material, and other documents.

File also includes photographs of Charles E. Greb [at the Calgary portion of the conference?], the delegates outside the Greb offices on Ardelt Avenue (Kitchener), and others.

Greb Industries Limited

Letters and postcards to Peggy and Betty Forbes.

Letters to Betty and Peg Forbes from their mother, Millicent Lyall Forbes. Also includes letters to Betty Forbes from Jack, Lois, and Sally and a postcard addressed to Betty Forbes with a photograph of Central Park, Calgary, Alberta from Helena Williams.

Forbes, Betty

Loose postcards.

File consists of 212 loose postcards, including black and white and sepia-toned photographs, black and white and sepia-toned rotogravures, photochroms, and other colour prints. Postcards contain views of numerous European cities and landforms (including Binz, Potsdam, Oberammergau, Berlin, Wittenberg, Lucerne, the Rhine, and the Alps), as well as views along the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia and Alberta (photographed by Byron Harmon) and the Columbia River Highway in Oregon (photographed by Cross & Dimmitt), and views of Banff, the Rocky Mountains, Stratford (Ontario), and other places and scenes. Some duplicates are present. Six postcards contain a stamp (four German, one Canadian, and one Czechoslovakian). Two postcards were sent through the mail; one from Keffer to his wife, and one from Max [last name illegible] to Keffer (in German). Six of the postcards were published by Valentine & Sons.

Keffer, Ivan Wilbur

Mary.

File consists of one photograph of an unknown woman captioned "with love, Mary."

Rex, Kay

Notebook.

A notebook kept by Florence Annie Catherine Schantz. The cover is dated Feb. 28, 1908, Didsbury, Alberta and contains hymns transcribed from memory.

Schantz Russell Family

Notebook.

Small notebook with household accounts, expenses associated with Etta's death and burial, lists of expenses associated with "Baby" and "Dorothy", also "North West Accounts" listing expenses for Tobias and Austin in Alberta.

Schantz Russell Family

Photographs : CFRN.

File consists of three photographs, a transparency, and three copies of a postcard all picturing the CFRN broadcasting studio in Edmonton, AB. Transparency has been mounted in cardboard and paper.

Electrohome

Photographs : CKCO-TV (file 1 of 2).

File consists of photographs and snapshots of CKCO-TV buildings and production facilities, television personalities and stills from programs, technicians at work, and special events. Includes snapshots of the CKCO-TV crew on location at the 1988 Olympics (Calgary, AB) and the 1978 Oktoberfest parade (Kitchener, ON), stills from the set of Big Al's Cartoon Capers and Romper Room, and the transmission tower on Baden Hill.

Electrohome

Photographs : Sunwapta hearing.

File consists of 51 photographs taken on February 16, 1988, at Chateau Lacombe (Edmonton, AB) at the hearing by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) regarding the transfer of full ownership of Sunwapta Broadcasting Limited to Electrohome. Each photograph contains identification on verso.

Electrohome

Property : Edmonton.

Material related to Franklin Abram Schantz's land SW 3 30-5-5 near Edmonton, Alberta, primarily tax notices and tax receipts.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Christian and family.

Group portrait of Christian Schantz (brother of Tobias), Mary Hutchinson, and all of their children that lived into adulthood: Benjamin Schantz, Jacob Arthur Schantz, Susanna Ann Schantz, Lydia Elizabeth Schantz, James Robert Shantz, Josiah Orphus Schantz, Christian Reid Shantz, William Andrew Schantz, George Washington Shantz and Walter Dickson Schantz. All members of the family are seen seated in front of a home, likely Christian's homestead in Wetaskiwin, Alta.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Christian and family.

One photograph of Christian K. Schantz, wife Mary (Hutchinson) Schantz, five of their children and two dogs in front of their homestead south of Wetaskiwin, Alberta.

Schantz Russell Family

Schneider, Eric.

Photographs from training undertaken by Eric Schneider at CFB Edmonton as a member of the Canadian Air Force including a photos of Schneider posing with an award and as part of a group portrait.

Schneider family

Sedgewick, Alberta streetscape.

Photograph of a streetscape of Sedgewick, Alberta showing a Meat Martket, Clemens Bros. store and Sedgewick Realty Co. A group of unidentified men and a child are standing outside of storefronts and a horse is visible hitched to a post.

Schantz Russell Family

Shantz, James Robert and wife Elisabeth.

Full body studio portrait of James Robert Shantz (nephew of Tobias Schantz) and wife Elisabeth seen looking at camera. James is seated in a wicker chair with Elisabeth standing at side.

Schantz Russell Family

Sunwapta.

File consists of eight slides of the Sunwapta Broadcasting building in Edmonton, AB. Duplicates may be present.

Electrohome

Sunwapta meeting.

File consists of 57 snapshots taken at an event in Alberta, probably relating to the purchase of Sunwapta Broadcasting and/or an annual meeting. Some photographs include identification on verso. Includes photographs of Edmonton mayor Jan Reimer, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture Don Mazankowski, Alberta Culture and Multicultural Minister Doug Main, and John A. Pollock, William McGregor, and Bruce Cowie of Electrohome. Some photographs were envelopes labelled "totem", "staff", and "C.O." Duplicate photographs may be present.

Electrohome