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Schneider family collection.
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108th Battalion officers training class.

One group portrait of the 108th officers training class taken outside.

Back row, left to right: Sergeant Major Kreutzer, Reinhold Lang, Lionel Washburn, Carl Heinrich, Dr. Rittinger, Mr. Wier, Frank Rooney, Col. Bowman, Hugo Bingham.

Middle row, left to right: Fred Davies, Norman Schneider, Solon Albright, Harry Halliwell, Brown, Hallman, McKelvie.

Front row, left to right: Al Pernfuss, E. Woolner, Harry Porteous, Russell, Leo Leyes, J. Harold Smyth.

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118th Battalion clippings.

Clipping of an article (ill.) from the October 4, 1966 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record titled "Memento of Kaiser bust given to Pioneer Village" and an undated clipping with caption: "The dunked bust of German emperor was salvaged from mud of Victoria Park lake."

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118th Battalion trooping the colours.

One postcard identified by Norman C. Schneider as the 118th Battalion in Victoria Park, Kitchener, Ont., 1916. Also in this image is a photographer with camera and tripod, preparing to take a picture. This postcard was sent to Floss Ahrens in Kansas City by E. Maude Garner and is stamped and postmarked Kitchener, Oct. 16, 1916.

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50th Anniversary speech.

Consists of Norman C. Schneider's remarks (manuscript, original) to the family on May 20, 1975 at the Charcoal Steak House on the occasion of his 50th wedding anniversary. It includes reminiscences about his family's history: the J.M Schneider home on Courtland Ave., births known as "Lantern night" with family members moving between four homes in a row bringing lanterns and hot water. Also includes a brief background on Ethel Schneider's family and how she came to live next door to Norman's family.

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Aerial photograph.

One aerial photograph taken by Norman C. Schneider of the country homes of F.H. Schneider and Henry Krug at Freeport, Ontario.

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African trip 1.

One carousel of slides. The box is labelled "African trip". The carousel is labelled "Rio de Janeiro". The carousel contains slides identified as both, all dated Dec. 1970.

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African trip 4.

One carousel of slides. The carousel is labelled Africa - Paris. The "Africa" slides are dated Dec. 1970; the "Paris" slides are dated Mar. 1971.

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Ahrens : other.

Material relating to Ahrens family individuals other than Charles Andrew Ahrens descendants. Includes biographical and genealogical information (photocopies) about J. H. Ahrens, potter, and the family of Herman Friedrich Ahrens, as well as correspondence (originals and photocopies) with Ahrens family descendants.

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Ahrens and Schneider families at Lake Huron.

Two copies of an informal group portrait taken at Grand Bend or Southampton, with cottage visible in background.
Back row, left to right: Lotte (Ahrens) Shupe, Emma (Hirshey) Ahrens, J.M. Schneider, Charles A. Ahrens, Norman C. Schneider.
front row, left to right: Stella Daniels, Emma Schneider, Ella Daniels, Floss Ahrens.

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Ahrens cousins.

Snapshot of Frederick H. Schneider with Ahrens cousins. The group is seen outdoors, seated in a row on top of a picnic table with what may be the Freeport Bridge visible in the background. Left to right: Agnes Law, Fred Schneider, Floss Ahrens, Carl Ahrens, Mabel Ahrens.

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Ahrens cousins swimming.

Snapshots of Ahrens cousins and friends in the water and on the beach, in bathing costumes, likely at the Ahrens cottage at Grand Bend.

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Ahrens family.

Group portrait of the Ahrens family taken outside in front of the Ahrens family home on the corner of Benton and Courtland Streets. Three bicycles lay in front of the group and one of the children is seated on a tricycle. Includes two pages of handwritten identifications. Verso of photograph also includes partial identifications and notes about the relationship of people to the family.

Back Row, left to right: George Hachborn, Carey[sic] Ahrens (spinster), Albert Ahrens, Fred Ahrens (boy), Louise Ahrens (spinster), Herman Ahrens, Charles August Ahrens, Charles Schneider (boy), Henry Ahrens, Mary Ahrens Halliwell.

Middle row, left to right: Helena A. Schneider, Laura A. Hachborn (Aunt Loli), Margaret Hachborn (Koenig), John Metz Schneider, Ferdinand Von Ende, Minnie A. Von Ende, Charles Andrew Ahrens, Emma Ahrens (single), Mrs. Charles (Emma) Ahrens, Carl Ahrens (child), Carolyn Seiler Ahrens (wife of Henry), Floss Ahrens (on tricycle).

Front row, left to right: Fred H. Schneider, Emma Schneider, Herbert Schneider, Norman C. Schneider, Walter Ahrens, Lottie Shupe, Mabel Ahrens Picard [sic], George Ahrens.

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Ahrens family.

One studio group portrait of the Ahrens family. File also includes typed identifications, a list of addresses for Ahrens family members, and an envelope that reads: "Grandfather Charles Andrew Ahrens and family. The only picture including grandmother Charlotte (Roth) Ahrens."

Identifications in photo:

Back row, left to right: Henry J. Ahrens, Helena Ahrens (Mrs. J.M. Schneider), Charles August Ahrens, Wilhelmine A. "Minnie" Ahrens (Mrs. Ferdinand Von Ende), Caroline Ahrens, Albert Ahrens.

Middle row, left to right: Emma Ahrens, Charles Andrew Ahrens, Henrietta Charlotte Ahrens (née Roth), Louise Ahrens.

Front row, left to right: Laura Ahrens (Mrs. Geo. Hachborn), Mary Charlotte Ahrens (Mrs. Harry Halliwell, born July 26, 1876), Herman Ahrens.

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Ahrens family

Series consists of material relating to Charles A. Ahrens family, primarily photographs, genealogical and biographical information.

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Ahrens family.

Series consists of material relating to the Charles A. Ahrens family, primarily photographs, genealogical and biographical information.

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Ahrens family.

Biographical article by Ernie Ronnenberg published in the November 21, 1975 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record titled "Charles A. Ahrens founded a Berlin shoe firm in 1882".

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Ahrens family.

One photograph. Includes identifications as follows:
Back row, left to right: Carrie Ahrens (unmarried), Louise Ahrens (unmarried), Emma Ahrens (unmarried), Charles August Ahrens (married Emma Hirshey), Henry Ahrens.

Middle row, left to right: Albert Ahrens, Helena Ahrens (Norman C. Schneider's mother).

Front row, left to right: Minnie Ahrens (oldest, married F. VonEnde), Laura/Lolie Ahrens (married Geo. Hachborn), Charles Andrew Ahrens, Mary Ahrens (married Harry Hallliwell), Herman Ahrens.

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Ahrens family.

Studio portrait of the Ahrens sisters seen standing and seated in front of a decorative backdrop.

Back row, left to right: Carrie, Laura, Emma.

Middle row, left to right: Helena, Louise, Minnie.

Front row: Mary.

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Ahrens family and cottage at Grand Bend.

Unidentified photographs of the Ahrens and extended family members including a group portrait in front of the cottage "Berlin"; a view of the cottage "Ohio"; unidentified people in the water; and Norman, with Florence and Lottie Ahrens in a boat.

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Ahrens family gathering.

Informal group portrait taken at a family gathering at Norman Schneider's "Freeport Cottage". Consists of one image: two snapshots made from a slide. The snapshots include identifications.

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Ahrens family home.

Photograph of the exterior of the Ahrens family home at the corner of Benton and Courtland Streets in what is now Kitchener, Ontario. There are several trees in the yard and family members are visible on the lawn and on the porch. Two adults and four children are included in frame. Two of the children are standing with bicycles, one is standing on the porch and another is standing with a buggy with a doll inside.

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Ahrens family home.

One photograph of the Ahrens family home at the corner of Benton St. and Courtland Ave. while under construction. Two unidentified people are standing next to the house with piles of wood and debris visible in the foreground.

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Ahrens Shoe Co. staff.

One group portrait of Ahrens Shoe Co. staff taken outside at the factory on Queen St. S., Berlin, Ont. Includes 28 people, men and women, some holding shoes. There are also shoes displayed in front of the group. The three men in the centre of the front row are identified as Henry Ahrens, Mr. Bornhold, and Charles Ahrens. The boy on the end is identified as Fred Ahrens.

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Ahrens, Alfred.

Full body studio portrait of Alfred Ahrens looking at camera while casually seated on a fabric covered stool with left hand in jacket pocket.

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Ahrens, Aunt.

Head and torso studio portrait of an unidentified Ahrens family member seen looking off camera, seated next to a table, with left hand on top of closed book.

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Ahrens, Carl.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Carl Ahrens seen dressed in suit and tie and looking at camera.

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Ahrens, Carl.

Image of Carl Ahrens rowing a boat seen looking at camera with arms outstretched.

Schneider, J.M. (John Metz)

Ahrens, Carl.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Carl Ahrens seen looking at camera and dressed in collared shirt and tie.

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Ahrens, Charles Andrew.

Two studio portraits of Charles Andrew Ahrens, seen in formal dress with hands crossed at abdomen. One is an upper body portrait, and the other is a head and shoulders crop of the same photo.

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Ahrens, Charles Andrew.

A memorial card for Charles Andrew Ahrens dated Aug. 21, 1903, a list of the names and birth dates of Charles Andrew and wife Henrietta's children, and letter from Charles Andrew to his daughter Wilhelmine on her 21st birthday dated April 29, 1876. Also in the file is a clipping of an obituary for Charles August Ahrens.

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Ahrens, Charles Andrew : character references.

Three character references for Charles Andrew Ahrens: one signed by W.D. Hepburn, Oct. 15, 1878; one signed by an unidentified hand at Beardmore & Co., May 21, 1880; and one signed by L. Breithaupt, May 31, 1880.

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Ahrens, Charles August and Emma.

Photograph of Charles August Ahrens and Emma Ahrens standing in front of a teepee. Each is wrapped in a woollen tartan blankets. Charles is standing with a box upside down on head, pointing at something off camera, and Emma is seen in redface, wearing a feather headdress.

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Ahrens, Charles August and Emma.

Postcard photograph of Emma and Charles August Ahrens standing outdoors on September 21, 1917, their 35th wedding anniversary. Both are seen looking off camera in opposite directions and are dressed in wedding attire. Emma is holding a bouquet of flowers.

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Ahrens, Charles August and Emma.

Photograph of Emma and Charles August Ahrens, both wearing hats and standing outdoors, in front of a leafy backdrop. Emma is looking at camera with a slight smile on her face and arms at back. Charles is standing to her left, looking off camera with right hand on a [walking stick?].

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Ahrens, Charles August and family.

Photograph of Charles August Ahrens and family in front of their first home on Courtland Ave. in what was then Berlin, Ontario.

Left to right: Charles August Ahrens, his wife Emma, children Lottie and Fred, and Martin Nagel.

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Ahrens, Florence.

One photograph belonging to Florence Ahrens consisting of a group portrait of children taken outdoors. Ethel Lapsley is standing fourth from left.

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Ahrens, Florence.

Head and torso studio portrait of Florence Ahrens seen standing next to a floral chair and looking at the camera.

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Ahrens, Florence.

Carbon correspondence relating to the care of Florence Ahrens at Central Park Lodge and the condition of her health. Includes list of nurses who cared for Ahrens, personal account information and two obituaries.

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Ahrens, Florence : family.

Envelope of snapshots labelled "Miss Ahrens". The photographs include: Mabel and Bill Picard wedding (4 snapshots, Mabel and Bill Pickard, Norman Schneider, Florence Ahrens); Emma Ahrens and Walter Siegner wedding,1920 (2 snapshots); "Mac" Macdonald and Edith Ahrens wedding (1 snapshot); Ahrens cottage at Grand Bend called "Berlin" (1 snapshot); Church of the Good Shepherd interior (1 snapshot); grape farm near St. David's (2 snapshots); many unidentified friends (15 snapshots); Hebert J. Schneider (1 snapshot). The negatives are of an unidentified golfer and an unidentified family group.

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Ahrens, Florence : family.

Second envelope of snapshots labelled "Miss Ahrens" containing 35 snapshots from ca. 1900-1920. They include: beach pictures (Grand Bend and/or Southampton); ladies in swimming in hats; St. Luke's diet kitchen; women in fashionable clothing; and Charles and Emma Ahrens, including their 35th wedding anniversary, Sept. 21, 1917 (7 snapshots).

Ahrens, Florence Louisa

Ahrens, Henrietta Charlotte: birthplace in Germany.

Six photographs and one postcard from Anna Evers, Eschwege, Germany. One is a photograph of the birthplace of Henrietta Charlotte Roth, who married Charles Andrew Ahrens (2 copies). Her daughter Helena married J.M. Schneider. A postcard depicts the town of Eschwege and also included is an Evers family wedding photograph. Two snapshots of the Roth home show the plaque with the date 1835 and the name Carl Roth. Also included is a postcard of Reichensachsen, near Eschwege.

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Ahrens, Lottie, Marion Law, Floss Ahrens and Agnes Law.

Group portrait of Lottie Ahrens, Marion Law, Florence Ahrens, and Agnes Law looking off camera, posed standing arm-in-arm and wearing straw [sombreros?]. Three of the four are wearing turtleneck sweaters and one is wearing a long cardigan with pockets.

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Ahrens, Walter.

Material relating to Walter Ahrens, son of Henry Jacob Ahrens and Caroline Seiler. Consists of a biographical article appearing in the Oak Country Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma newsletter. Includes portrait.

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Album #1.

p. 1-4. Niagara Falls, Buena Vista. Snapshots featuring Norman C. Schneider and Hyalie MacDondald, interspersed with shots of Niaga Falls and the cable car. Other shots of the two men, J. M Schneider and others are taken at Buena Vista, J.M. Schneider's home. Several feature Norman and Hyalie with pipes. Carl Ahrens(?) is also in several shots.
p. 5. Pope Hartford automobile.
p. 6. Schneider family snapshots ca. 1934: Howie sick in bed with nurse, Edith knitting, Keffer family visit, winter play.
p. 8-9. Schneider & Ahrens families at the beach, ca. 1927.
p. 10-11. Norman with a group of boys posed in front of car; Norman, Edith and friends, posed in front of a car; garden arch in winter.
p. 12 Family group on an outing, Norman and Edith with Siegners?), Shupes(?). All dressed in coats and hats, some fur collars, split rail fence.
p. 13-17. family snapshots at 76 Schneider Ave: house and garden exterior, Victoria park in winter, Herb, Howie and Brita, ca. 1934, family group with Emma Siegner.
p. 18. Schneider's(?) girl's baseball team. Women wearing "sailor" pants with two rows of buttons.
p. 19. J.M. Schneider in his office.
p. 19. Family snapshots at 176 Schneider Ave: "Europa Ping Pong, fireplace, Norman and Howie.
p. 20. "The twins, Leonard and Lorraine Pickard."
p. 21. Edith and Little Pal (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 22-23. Winter fun at Freeport, ca. 1934: family with skis, boys on toboggan, posed in front of car.
p. 23. Norman Schneider on the Duchess of Bedford, 1931.
p. 24-25. Family snapshots, 1934: children at Schneider Ave. and at Freeport.
p. 24. Schneiders Christmas boxes? Group of men in front of a store with boxes labelled "Merry Xmas".
p. 26. Herbert and Howie with false noses; Norman in deck chair with blanket and book on the Duchess of Bedford, 1931 (lacking 1 of 3).
p. 27. Norman in front of Cologne Cathedral, Nov., 1934; J.M. Schneider in his office, Dec. 22, 1934.
p. 28-29. Christmas 1934: Christmas tree, presents, Herb, Howie and Brita; Victoria Park 1934: hockey; Mary Jane Keffer, 1933; children on skis (at Freeport?), with unidentified man; J.M. Schneider and Helena with children, J.M. and sister Mary Alles (ther are negatives for these, 2 snaps of 14 lacking).p. 30-33. Keffer family visit (9 of 10 lacking). Includes one shot inside the Keffer home in Germany.
p. 34. Schneider plant, Dec. 1934: plant machinery, shipping Wiltshire sides.
p. 25. Skiing: Chicopee?
p. 36. Freeport cottage: swimming pool (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 37. All photos missing (3), one labelled Lexington Airport picture.
p. 38. Ethel at Freeport Cottage: "Poison ivy day, 1934"; Ethel and Brita, Victoria Park.
p. 39 family skiing at Chicopee, 1934.
p. 40. Family snapshots at 76 Schneider Ave: exterior at dusk; Children seated with Lapsley, Joachimi ladies.
p. 41-42. Schneider Plant: exterior; machinery; men working in office; man with truck "Sam Humphrey, 100,000 miles, 1936"; pigs, cows on ramp; steam shovel digging hole.
p. 44-45. Family snapshots: Schneider and Siegner group snapshots on outings, 1935, Herbert, Howie and Brita in new clothes?; children playing in winter: group shots including four girls in winter coats and leggings, two of boys and toboggan.
p. 46. Children fishing at Freeport, 1935; Norman in a train window, 1934 (lacking 1 of 6).
p. 47. Norman at the Keffer's home in Germany (lacking 1 of 4).
p. 48-54. Skiing at Chicopee: landscape, ski tracks, posed skiiers, skiier jumping with spectators (lacking 3 of 31).
p. 55. Schneider children: birthday party, boys collecting plants.
p. 56-57. Freeport Cottage: children fishing, playing baseball, family group with F.H. Schneider & Siegner families. Includes a shot of Mary Jane Keffer?
p. 58-59. Church of the New Jerusalem, interior and exterior (lacking 3 of 12).
p. 60: Norman, Ethel and Children: group shot at Freeport cottage; spring blooms, men at unidentified property (Sims at Chicopee?). Two of these are groups seen in a gazing ball.
p. 66. Ski Hill at Chicopee (lacking 2 of 3).
p. 62-64. Skiers: groups and individuals, both at Chicopee and elsewhere? Includes one summer shot of men digging ski slope (lacking 1 of 15).
p. 65. Ivan Keffer: winter portrait at Freeport?; Howie missing tooth.
p. 67. Construction photos: men working, shot taken high up (lacking 2 of 4).
p. 71. Horse drawing logs, trees in winter at Freeport?
p. 72-73: Norman Schneider on skis (lacking 2 of 4).
p. 74. Skiers in woods.
p. 75. Skiers in front of fireplace, including Norman Schneider (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 76. Dining room interior (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 77. Little Pal (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 78-80. Schneider stock farm: buildings, creek, boys fishing, collie dog, large tree.
p. 80-82. Spring at 76 Schneider Ave: house exterior, Victoria park entrance and pavilion, daffodils, Howie and Herb with bicycles, Brita with roller skates, group shots of children.
p. 83. Brock Monument and Queenston Heights, May 9, 1937, statue of soldiers labelled "Erie, Pa".
p. 84. Skiiers on grass.
p. 84-85. Keffer family.
p. 85. Norman Schneider with a group: "Europa, 1936".
p. 86-87. Schneider stock farm: family group, boys with pony, cows and large tree.
p. 87. Group of young women, 1936, possibly Schneider employees. They are all dressed for cool weather.
p. 87. Ceremony at Victoria School grounds: platform with speaker, scouts seated in foreground.
p. 88-93. Men's fishing trips (lacking 2 of 21).
p. 94-96. Rotary flag-raising at Chicopee.
p. 97. Norman, F.H. Schneider and Rotary: group portrait with large house in background (Sims home?).
p. 98. Rotary flag raising at Chicopee, 1935.
p. 98-100. Men's shenanigans: men playing outside in costume.

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Album #1 : negatives with no prints.

Negatives accompanying Album #1 for which no positive prints were found. Includes negatives of Ethel and Howard and Brita Schneider in a park; and shots of Herbert, Howard and Brita Schneider as children, alone and together.

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Album #2.

77 photographs, mostly snapshots.
p. 1, 3, 5, 7. "Dutch Company" ski photographs, including one "artistic" shot.
p. 11. Artistic shot of birch trees.
p. 12. Schneider, Norman C. : home at 76 Schneider Ave., Kitchener, Ont. : exterior.
p. 13. Skyscraper.
p. 14. Mrs. Keffer and girl with basin of Boston Terrier puppies. (1 of 2 lacking).
p. 17. "Canada at Work" (1 of 2 lacking).
p. 19. London Bridge?
p. 25. Ski jumping with spectators at Chicopee (1 of 2 lacking).
p. 27 Schneider, Norman C. : family portrait, Oct. 1935.
p. 28. Schneider family portrait : Norman & Ethel, Fred H. and Ella, Walter Siegner and Emma, four unidentified couples, taken in a living room.
p. 34. Canada at Work, 1938.
p. 35. Skiing, Huntsville?
p. 36-38. Schneider family snapshots, J.M. and Helena.
p. 39-39, 41, 43. Snapshots taken in Europe? One shows a border crossing on a path, several of a group of men and a pony.
p. 43-44. Men's fishing trip snapshots (1 of 5 lacking).
p. 46-47. Christmas at 76 Schneider Ave. Includes children with Christmas tree, Herbert, Howie and Don Daub playing with trains in the basement.
p. 48-53. Ski photographs, locations unknown. Includes posed groups, 1938, and candid shots.
p. 55. Church of the Good Shepherd.
p. 56-58. Schneider Stock Farm (2 of 11 lacking). Includes shots of children riding a pony.
p. 59-61. Wedding of unidentified couple. Includes bride and groom in sleigh outside Buena Vista, J.M. Sschneider's home at 272 Queen St. North.

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Album #3.

83 photographs. Photograph album, not entirely filled, with material inserted in the front.
p. 1. Kesselring's Woods.
p. 2. CKCR, May 13, 1955.
p. 3. Norman C. Schneider with Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, John Wintermeyer.
p. 4. Schneiders 1944 Girls Softball Team.
p. 5. Ladies of J.M. Schneider Ltd. staff, Aug. 31, 1944.
p. 6. Oskar Radke, Dutxh festival, Market Building, Nov. 23, 1948.
p. 8-19. Norman C. Schneider family snapshots and portraits.
p. 20. Norman and Ethel Schneider with Alberta, Edith, Walter Ahrens and an unidentified couple, Tulsa, Okla., ca. 1948.
p. 21. O.A.C. 1948: Herbert Schneider's graduating class. The photo is dated in pencil on the back as 1946.
p. 22-24. Church of the Good Shepherd, including small portrait of "Don" in uniform, dated England, Jan. 1945.
p. 25. 2 photographs of groups skiing : a) Frederick, Herbert, Howard, Babe Millar, Winston Muschette; b) Herbert, Frederick, Don Daub, Dr. Roy Hemmerich, Howard.
p. 26. Herbert and [?] in a boat in a field.
p. 27: Siegner family weddings : Katherine to Les Faichney, John to Mary Shafer.
p. 28. Rotary flag raising, Chicopee, May 24, 1939.
p. 29-31. Norman C. Schneider family snapshots. Includes cottaging at Honey Harbour, "Shorewood" interior, Freeport cottage and pool, and one snapshot labelled "Oct. 10, 1920", 4 young people with their heads in a wagon wheel, shed and old building in background.
p. 33. Norman C. Schneider's snapshots of a stormy ocean, taken from the bow of a ship (1938) and one postcard.
p. 36. Norman C. Schneider with wood carvings.
p. 38-41: Norman C. Schneider trip snapshots and postcards : Sweden, Poland, Moscow.
p. 43: Tuerk engines: one original, one modern snapshot of the "little Tuerk".
p. 44. certificate of appreciation from St. Mary's General Hospital Building Fund Campaign dated May 12, 1964.
p. 45. Snapshot of child in tub, labelled "The End".

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Alles, Maria Anna Schneider.

Biographical information compiled by Betty Schneider relating to Maria Anna Schneider and her family. Consists of genealogical charts and information, computuer printouts of statistical information, and reminiscences.

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Alles, Maria Anna Schneider and George Alles.

Modern prints of old snapshots of Mary Schneider Alles and her husband George Alles standing in front of a brick house, and of George Alles in front of the same house in a band uniform, with a clarinet.

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Alpine Inn at Mont Tremblant.

Film box includes notes in unknown hand about film. They read: "Single chair lift on south side. Ski instructor demonstrates 'Rotation' Arlberg technique. [illegible]".

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Anderson improved steam trap manual.

Booklet purchased for the original plant at 63 Courtland Ave. by Norman C. Schneider entitled “A few pointers about the Anderson Improved Steam Trap and some of its many uses" manufactured by the V.D. Anderson Co. of Cleveland, Ohio.

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