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Alma St. Church meeting.

Group portrait possibly of a meeting of officials of the of Alma Street United Brethren in Christ Church taken outside. Identified on the verso are Rev. S.H. Swartz (centre in front of doors), President Bangs of Huntington College Indiana (front row, 3rd from right), Rev. Stanton, Lautenschlager, Rev. Howe, and Rev. Burton.

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Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church : choir.

One group portrait of the Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir. Identified in the image are, back row: Ed Clemens, Frank Schantz, Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher. Middle row: Aggie Brubacher, Lizzie Groh, A.O. Bowman, Lizzie Musselman. Front row: Sophie Schantz, Susanna Musselman, Rosetta Lautenschlager, Ella Weaver. The choir was led by A.O. Bowman.

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Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church : choir.

One group portrait of the Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir. Identified in the image are, back row: Ed Clemens, Frank Schantz, Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher. Middle row: Aggie Brubacher, Lizzie Groh, A.O. Bowman, Lizzie Musselman. Front row: Sophie Schantz, Susanna Musselman, Rosetta Lautenschlager, Ella Weaver. The choir was led by A.O. Bowman.

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Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church : choir.

One photograph of the Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir. Identified in the image are, back row: Ed Clemens, Frank Schantz, Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher. Middle row: Aggie Brubacher, Lizzie Groh, A.O. Bowman, Lizzie Musselman. Front row: Sophie Schantz, Susanna Musselman, Rosetta Lautenschlager, Ella Weaver. The choir was led by A.O. Bowman.

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Artistic landscape.

One artistic landscape photograph of trees in swamp land. Photograph is an a portfolio style enclosure with "Almer Coe & Company, Chicago" on the front; however, the creator of the photograph is unknown.

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Austin, Alfred.

One upper body studio portrait of Alfred Austin, suitor of Sophie Emma Schantz. Identification from album.

Originally on page 24 of album 3.

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Berlin City Council, 1914.

One studio portrait of the Berlin (now Kitchener), Ont. City Council in 1914. This photograph may have been created by the photographer Levi R. Yost. The backdrop in this photograph resembles the backdrop in other photographs taken by Yost.

Back Row: Dr. J.E. Hett, Dr. J.J. Walters, H.A. Hagen, W.O. Knechtel, Geo. Sohlee.

Middle Row : Dr. A.E. Rudell, D. Gross, Jr., A.L. Breithaupt, John Hessenauer, W.E. Gallagher, C.O. Hahn.

Front Row: I. Master, Geo. Rumpel, W.D. Euler, Mayor, G.G. Bucher, John Schwartz.

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Berlin Philharmonic Society.

Three-part composite photograph. The top half contains numbered portraits of 155 members of the Berlin Philharmonic Society, the middle contains portraits of Miss C. Specker, contralto, Miss D. Zigler, soprano, Miss A. Bean, organist, Mr. Gains, tenor, Miss Specker, pianist, Mr. E. Shuch, baritone, Mr. C. Ruby, basso, and the bottom third of the photograph portrays the orchestra, seated with instruments and music. This photograph contains portraits of many well known citizens, particularly women.

Portraits of members of the Berlin Philharmonic Society include:

  1. Geo. Howard, 2. A. Master, 3. W. Tuchlinski, 4. W.F. Roadhouse, 5. O. Vogelsang, 6. R.D. Lang, 7. H.P. Harding, 8. A. Breithaupt, 9. W. Euler, 10. J. Stauffer, 11. O. Master, 12. Geo. Zigler, 13. H. Clemens, 14. W. Zigler, 15. Rev. Tafel, 16.S. Groh, 17.L. Weaver, 18. E. Englert, 19.J. Brandt, 20. T. Simpson, 21. J. Steifke, 22. E. Werner, 23. D. Musselman, 24. W. Freeman, 25. J. Fischer, 26. A. Snyder, 27. E. Brubacher, 28. A. Musselman, 29. F. Shantz[sic], 30. J. Musselman, 31. E. Clemens, 32. W.H. Becker, 33. H. Hymmen, 34. E. Reiner, 35. A. Devitt, 36. E. Heist, 37. A. Shantz[sic], 38. J. Bilger, 39. G. Rehmann, 40. C. Harttung, 41. J. Weiderholt, 42. E. Lang, 43. H.A. Huber, 44. J. Good, 45. L.J. Breithaupt, 46. F. Boehmer, 47. D. Stadelbauer, 48. G. Reiner, 49. A.Grebenstein, 50. B. Marks, 51. T. Reid, 52. M. Ahrens, 53. M. Anthes, 54. A. Moyer, 55. E.Clemens, 56. Mrs. Musselman, 57. E. davey, 58. S. Musselman, 59. A.Detweiler, 60. I. Kolb, 61. A. Fischer, 62. Mrs. Howd., 63. A. Moyer, 64. T. Fehrenbach, 65., Mrs. Becker, 66. Mrs. Schmalz, 67. E. Swartz, 68. W. Fischer, 69. L. Motz, 70. F. Knechtel, 71. A. Mitchell, 72. A. Musselman, 73. C. Lang, 74. E. Hillard, 75. C. Webb, 76. A. Rathman, 77. T. Kimmel, 78. I. McMahon, 79. M. Moyer, 80. A. Cairnes, 81. L. Ziegler, 82. L. Rudell, 83. A. Kolb, 84. L. Musselman, 85. A. Boomer, 86. M. Devitt, 87. A. Devitt, 88. E. Pfeffer, 89. B. Bean, 90. Mrs. Shuh, 91. F. Caton, 92. M. Smuck, 93. M. Smuck, 94. M. Knell, 95. A. Wiegand, 96. A. Hett, 97. E. McIntyre, 98. L. Ruby, 99. M. Burke, 100. L. Hillard, 101. L. Hoffman, 102. Miss Kumpf, 103. A. Hendershott, 104. T. Pequegnat, 105. A. Knell, 106. G. Bowman, 107. A. Bird, 108. L. Pfeffer, 109. Miss Kumpf, 110. R. Musselman, 111. E. Dunn, 112. L. Sheppard, 113. Miss Grey, 114. F. Freeman, 115. R. Huck, 116. R. Ziegler, 117. M. Lauer, 118. M. Walper, 119. C. Vetter, 120. M. Walper, 121. Mrs. Tafel, 122. A. Staebler, 123. E. Schmidt, 124. L. Teidt, 125. A. Clemens, 126. S. Strasser, 127. Mrs. Fetzer, 128. M. Detweiler, 129. Mrs. Seiler, 130. A. Bossenberger, 131. C. Rehman, 132. U. Heins, 133. E. Stein, 134. A. Bean, 135. S. Shantz[sic], 136. C. Martin, 137. A. Eby, 138. A. Moyer, 139. E. Reiner, 140. B. McIntyre, 141. L. Eby, 142. L. Barlett, 143. K. Thomas, 144. L. Bricker, 145. L. Specker, 146. Miss Wagner, 147. K. Bingeman, 148. Mrs. Doering, 149. Miss Wagner, 150. M. Kalte, 151. S. Fehrenbach, 152. Mrs. W. Oelschlager, 153. Mrs. A. Oelschlager, 154. A. Brubacher, 155. Mrs. H. Heller.

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Bowman family.

Photographs of Hervey Bowman, a house on Church St., Kitchener, and a house on Roland St., Kitchener. Note that the photographs were found with correspondence between Franklin Abram Schantz and Franklin Bowman regarding Hervey Bowman's death.

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Bowman, Abram O. and Susannah.

One full length studio portrait of Abram O. Bowman and wife Susannah Detweiler Bowman. Abram is shown sitting in a chair wearing a suit while Susannah stands next to him in a full length velvet dress.

Originally in page 28 of album 2.

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Bowman, Eliza M.[?]

One portrait of a woman possibly, Eliza M. Bowman of Berlin, Ont. This portrait was originally kept in an oval frame.

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Bowman, Issac Lucius.

One full body studio portrait of Issac Lucius Bowman. Bowman is shown in a long coat with his hand resting on a chair.

Originally in page 31 upper left of album 1.

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Bowman, Jacob Harold.

One full length studio portrait of Jacob Harold Bowman, son of Abram O. and Susannah Detweiler Bowman as a small child. Harold is shown wearing a long gown and sitting in a large chair.

Originally in page 29 of album 2.

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Bowman, Nancy.

One upper body studio portrait of Nancy Bowman, friend of the Schantz family. Identification from album.

Originally on page 3 of album 3.

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Bridge construction site

Photograph of pile-driver with pile hanging from boom on incomplete span of rail bridge over a large body of water. Construction works are visible on a raft in the water, at the bottom of the pile, as well as on and next to the pile-driver. A sign on the machinery reads: "Industrial Brownhoist".

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Bridge construction site

Photograph of pile-driver with pile hanging from boom on incomplete span of rail bridge over a large body of water. Construction works are visible on a raft in the water, at the bottom of the pile, as well as on and next to the pile-driver. A sign on the machinery reads "Industrial Brownhoist" and another on the rail car reads "Canadian Pacific Pile-Driver".

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Bridge construction site

Unidentified person walking along construction site enclosed by white, crisscrossed wire fence. In the background a pile-driver with boom at a 45 degree angle is visible along a railway.

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Bridge construction site

Photograph of a construction site enclosed by a white, crisscrossed wire fence. A pile-drive with boom vertical is visible along rail tracks on a ridge behind two homes enclosed by fence.

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Bridgeport Flood.

Negatives showing the Bridgeport Flood. Includes images of cars, houses, and bridges in the water as well as the river. Identification from enclosure.

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C.F.C.O. Station Staff

Promotional composite photograph of 1930 C.F.C.O. Station Staff in Chatham, Ontario. Includes views of station building, studio and operation room.

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Canadian Officer's Training Corps.

Photographs and negatives showing the Canadian Officer's Training Corps, possibly of McGill University. Included are images of the Longueuil barracks, the Jacques Cartier Bridge in Montreal, a fort, and other army camps and vehicles as well as an image of Lt. Peter Anderson. Some identification from verso.

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Crossley and Hunter.

Studio portrait of evangelists Hugh Crossley and John Hunter. Crossley is seen with legs crossed, looking off camera and paper in left hand. Hunter is seated on the arm of a chair next to him with right arm propped on Crossley's shoulder, looking at camera.

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Dickerman, Goodwal.

One full body studio portrait of Goodwal Dickerman dressed in the character of Peter Timothy Tomkins from " The Tomkins Family", given as a Christmas gift in 1894. Goodwal was a humorist and impersonator, and went on to act on Broadway. Identification from verso.

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Dickerman, Goodwal.

One studio portrait of Goodwal Dickerman as the character Freddie in "The Tomkins Family" given as a gift for Christmas 1894. Goodwal was a humorist and impersonator, and went on to act on Broadway. Identification from verso.

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Dickerman, Goodwal.

One studio portrait photograph of Goodwal Dickerman, showing his left side. Goodwal was a humorist and impersonator, and went on to act on Broadway. Identification from verso.

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Dorothy Russell

Pink tinted photograph of Dorothy Russell looking into camera with head resting on hand.

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Dorothy and Frank on bridge in Victoria Park

Photograph of Frank Schantz and Dorothy Russell standing apart on rear concrete bridge in Victoria Park. The pair, dressed for cool weather, is seen at a distance, slightly from above. Bare and evergreen trees and a view of snow covered park are included in shot. The bridge has lights on top of each corner and a bear cage is partially visible in the background at left.

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Duck Enclosure VP

Photograph of a small body of water inside of an enclosure next to tree-lined railway. A duck, two chickens and a coop are included in shot.

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Eby, Glenn Earl.

Full body studio portrait of Glenn Earl Eby, seen as a small child, standing on a chair, wearing a long gown with lace.

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Eby, Jeremiah.

One upper body studio portrait of Jeremiah Eby. Identification from album.

Originally on page 16 of album 3.

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Ephemera: postcards.

One packet of 20 souvenir photographs of Montreal and six packets of souvenir postcards, including the Canadian Rockies, Lookout Mountain in Colorado, Washington D.C., Canadian National Exhibition and Chatham, Ont.

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F.W. Woolworth Co. combined picnic at Puslinch Lake.

One casual outdoor portrait of employees of F.W. Woolwoth Co. taken at Puslinh lake, Ont. Portrays men and women in various types of casual dress, including several women in uniforms of sweaters, bloomers and caps, perhaps dressed for baseball. It is possible that the older woman present could be Florence Annie Catherine Schantz or Sophie Emma Schantz, both of whom worked for Woolworth's.

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Flagler, Melvina Dorthula.

Two identical upper body studio portraits of Melvina Dorthula Flagler. Melvina is shown with a watch on a chain and a large lace flower on her jacket. Note that the mounting for one photograph is labeled: "Dunn, Leamington, Ont." but that the image was in fact taken by Hartley's, Chicago, Ill..

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Flagler/Schantz family.

One heads and shoulders group portrait of Melvina Dorthula Flagler, Carrie Flagler Schantz, and Ruth Schantz. Ruth is between her mother and grandmother with her arms around her grandmother's neck.

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Flood at Bridgeport

Photograph of large chunks of ice and snow. Water and partially tree trunks are included in background.

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Fogel, Angeline.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Angeline Fogel seen looking off camera. She is wearing a lace collard top and a [charm?] choker.

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Fogel, Angeline.

One upper body studio portrait of Angeline Fogel. Identification from album.

Originally on page 25 of album 3.

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Fowl pen

Photograph of Chinese geese, chickens and other fowl in Victoria Park fowl pen that includes a small waterway and a barn-like shelter. The smoke tower from the old glue factory is faintly visible in background skyline.

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Fowl pen and dovecote

Photograph of Chinese geese, ducks and chickens grazing in Victoria Park fowl pen. Enclosure includes barn-like shelter with dovecote on roof.

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Freeport Academy : teachers and students.

A group portrait of Freeport Academy teachers and students taken about 1869. This photograph appeared in the Waterloo Historical Society annual volume for 1924 on page 110. This photograph was originally housed in an oval frame featuring decorative fruits and leaves.

Back row, left to right: Rev. John B. Schlichter, Ezra Weber, Mary Snyder (Mrs. Moses Weaver), Harriet Shupe, Mina Gonder, Miss Bergey, Samuel S. Moyer, Isaac L. Bowman (Principal).

Middle row, left to right: William Simmons, Ananias Eby, Ephraim A. Snyder, James Peterson, William Sherk, Saruch Eby, Charles Shupe, Abraham M. Snyder.

Front row, left to right: Benjamin M. Snyder, Moses Weaver, Abram O. Bowman, Titus Snyder, Horace Beam, Horace Smith, Jacob B. Weaver, Hiram Hewitt.

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Freeport Academy : teachers and students.

A composite class photograph of the scholars attending the Freeport Academy taken around 1870. This photograph was originally housed in an oval frame featuring decorative fruits and leaves. The individuals in the photograph were identified by a list in the Isaac Bowman files.

Row 1, top: Charles Shupe, Levi B. Clemens, Titus Snyder, George A. Scott (Assistant), Levi Sherk, Jacob Hagey.

Row 2: Menno Bowman, Nelson Morley, Henry Woods, J.B. Weaver, Mina Gonder, Menno B. Clemens, Unidentified, Jos. Perrin.

Row 3: Ephraim Snyder, John Groh, Hespeler, Harriet Shupe, I.L.Bowman (Principal), Simon Bowman, Moses Weaver, Levi Roos.

Row 4: Charles Glick, Sylvester Godbold, Benjamin Sherk, A.O. Bowman, Aaron Sherk, Sarah Snyder, Philip Boehmer.

Row 5, bottom: Henry Sauer, John Sherk, Mary Snyder, Saruch Eby, Mary Weaver, Aaron Meyer, Menno B. Clemens.

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Fry, Annie Nash.

One head and shoulders portrait [Annie Nash Fry?] seen wearing glasses and looking slightly off-camera.

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Fry, Annie Nash.

One studio portrait of Annie Nash Fry (wife of Samuel Fry). Annie is shown late in life wearing a bonnet which ties at her neck, and glasses. Also includes one print of the identital portrait with a poem. Item may be a funeral card. Identification from verso with birth date as 1819 and death as 1903. Identification is uncertain however, as a print with a poem about the woman identifies the woman as Nancy Fry (possibly familiar form of Anna).

Poem reads:

We meet, in thankfulness to-day,
For blessings showered on our way.
May all our hearts with love abound
As once again we gather round
The heartstone of Aunt Nancy.
Vineland, August 9th, 1905.

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Grant, Mable.

One full length studio portrait of Mable Grant. Mable is shown standing in a long lace and velvet dress in front of lace curtains. Identification from album.

Originally on page 14 of album 3.

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Gribble family.

Studio portrait of [Mary Harriet Gribble] with her grandchildren Elsie Snider and Ralph Snider, the children of Faith Gribble and William Snider. She is shown looking down at newborn Elsie, held on her lap, while Ralph, about three years of age, stands next to them, looking over shoulder off camera.

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Gribble, Faith [?].

One upper body studio portrait, possibly of Faith Gribble. Photograph is in an embossed green enclosure with a purple interior and reads "With the Compliments of the Season."

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Group at snowdrift

Photograph of group of four dressed in winter coats and wearing snowshoes seen next to and top of a windswept snowdrift.

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Hilborn, Joseph.

One upper body studio portrait of Joseph Hilborn. The edges of the mat are decoratively scalloped. Identification from album.

Originally on page 7 of album 3.

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Hilborn, Leila Vera.

One full body studio portrait of Leila Vera Hilborn as an infant. She is shown wearing a cap and gown and laying on a fur rug.

Originally in page 23 of album 2.

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Honsberger family.

  • Cabinet card studio portrait of the Honsberger family. The spelling of the Honsberger name varies.
  • Back row, left to right: Lucinda Honsberger, Amanda White (nee Honsberger), Owen Honsberger, Lovina Levagood (nee Honsberger).
  • Front row, left to right: Benjamin Honsberger, Phoebe Murphy (nee Honsberger), Ervine Honsberger, Rosa Honsberger, Mrs. Stickney (first name unknown), Esther Honsberger (nee Biehn).

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Hutchinson, Howard.

One full body studio portrait of Howard Hutchinson as a small child. Howard is shown standing against a small stool wearing a long dress.

Originally in page 4 of album 2.

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Kolb children.

Studio portrait of Grace Evelyn Kolb, aged 8 years, 8 days, seated, holding Raymond Oliver Kolb, aged 1 year on lap. Evelyn is seen with has large ribbons in her hair and Raymond is holding a sprig of greenery.

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Lang Treacy Staff Picnic.

A photograph of the Lang Treacy Co. Ltd. (dry goods and house-furnishings) taken June 1927. Image shows Franklin Schantz (back row, 4th) W.C. Treacy (front row, far right), R.D. Lang (second row, first from left) and E.D. Lang (third row, first from left). Also of note are the dress of the employees, particularly a fur stole. Identification from verso.

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Martin, Inez Muriel.

One full body studio portrait of Inez Muriel Martin, aged one year. Inez is showing standing on a chair, wearing a long white gown with lace.

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Members of the twentieth general conference.

One composite photograph captioned, "Members of the Twentieth General Conference of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ convened in York, Penn'a May 9th to 19th, 1889."

The photograph shows 33 members of the conference including: Dinius, W.O; Wood, C.L.; Wright, Milton; Becker, Henry J.; Kiracoff, C.H.; Dillon, William; Clay, William; Powell, A.B.; Kabrich, John M.; Geeslin, A.W.; Ensell, J.; Titus, W.S.; French, J.; Mahan, S.T.; Tharp, I.M.; McNew, Z.; Kenover, J.; Floyd, Halleck; Davis, Lewis; Barnaby, H.T.; Bennetz, A.; Bowles, G.A.; Nelson, J.K.; Livingston, S.L.; Bonewell, B.A.; Luce, N.R.; Miller, William; Spoonemore, J.P.; Knipple, W.W.; Alwood, J.K.

Bishop Milton Wright was the father of Orville and Wilbur Wright.

The photograph is mounted on a card advertising the need for agents in other conference groups.

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Morton Park.

A photograph of Orpheus Moyer Schantz's family home called “Morton Park” in Chicago. Seated on the front steps is his wife Carrie Schantz and standing near her are Orpheus and Carrie's children Ruth Schantz and Worth Flagler Schantz.

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Moyer family : Anna Tomlins Moyer and daughters.

One group photograph of Anna Tomlins Moyer with daughters. Identified on verso as Lillian and Mable; however, other photographs would indicate that the four are Edna, Etta, Bertha and Mable. The girls are shown sitting on the front porch with their mother.

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Moyer family : Christmas dinner.

One group portrait showing the Moyer family having Christmas dinner at Levi Nash Moyer's home in Wilmette, Illinois. From right to left are shown Etta Moyer, Jennie Moyer, Levi Nash Moyer, Charlotte Hays Moyer, unknown, Ela Moyer, unknown, unknown, and Emma Bliss Moyer.

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Moyer family : Christmas dinner.

One group portrait showing the Moyer having Christmas dinner at Levi Nash Moyer's home in Wilmette, Illinois. From right to left are shown Etta Moyer, Jennie Moyer, Levi Nash Moyer, Charlotte Hays Moyer, unknown, Ela Moyer, unknown, unknown, and Emma Bliss Moyer. Identification from verso.

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Moyer family : Jesse Moyer with wife and children.

One group portrait of Jesse Moyer with wife Anna Tomlins Moyer and children Bertha Moyer, Mable Moyer, Maurice Moyer, Herbert Moyer, Etta Moyer, and Edna Moyer. They are shown on their front porch and a bicycle is in the lower left of the image. Identification from recto.

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