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A History of the Inuit People of Canada.

A typescript draft article (sixty-three leaves) of a book about Inuit written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript article contains preliminary edits completed by an editor. Also includes correspondence from Jocelyn Smith, a staff member at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson discussing the preliminary edits, as well as the selection of illustrations and maps to be included in the book.

Patterson, E Palmer

A Miscellaneous (file 2 of 3).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Ambition, Scranton, Pa. (1915)
  • America's Humor, Chicago, Ill. (1926)
  • American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass. (1926)
  • American Art Association, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • American Associated Newspapers, Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • American Auto News, Los Angeles, Calif. (1932)
  • American Bond & Mortgage Company, Chicago, Ill. (1922)
  • American Book and Magazine Exchange, St. Louis, Mo. (1914)
  • American Book Company, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • American Bookfinder, New York, N.Y. (1941)
  • American Brotherhood of Free Reading for the Blind, Los Angeles, Calif. (1932)
  • American Cinema Corporation, Detroit, Mich. (1926)
  • American Cookery, Boston, Mass. (1932)
  • American Cooperative Journal, Chicago, Ill. (1917-1923)
  • American Cotton Grower, New Orleans, La. (1940)
  • American Detective, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • American Educational Press, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • American Educational Society, St. Louis, Mo. (1921)
  • American Family, Chicago, Ill. (1943)
  • American Farm Youth Magazine, Danville, Ill. (1935-1941)
  • American Federationist, Washington, D.C. (1940)
  • American Fireside, Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • American Forests, Washington, D.C. (1923-1937)
  • American Fruit Grower, Chicago, Ill. (1920)
  • American Hebrew, New York, N.Y. (1922-1932)
  • American Historical Genealogical Society, Philadelphia, Pa. (1927)
  • American Issue Publishing Company, Westerville, Ill. (1918)
  • American Journal of Clinical Medicine, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • American Kennel Gazette, New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • American Lady, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • American Legion, Indianapolis, Ind. (1925-1939)
  • American Legation, Copenhagen, Denmark. (1939)
  • A.L.A. Informer, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (1924)
  • American Library Service, New York, N.Y. (1926-1941)
  • American Luther Association, Milwaukee, Wis. (1924)
  • American Mercury, New York, N.Y. (1939-1941)
  • American Motorist, Washington, D.C. (1923-1937)
  • American Mutual Alliance, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1925)
  • American Naturalist, Boston, Mass. (1917)
  • American News Annual Directory, Philadelphia, Pa. (1924)
  • American News Company, New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • American Newspaper Publishers Association, New York, N.Y. (1916)
  • American News Trade Journal, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • American Parade, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1926)
  • American Play Company, New York, N.Y. (1934-1935)
  • American Police Review, Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • American Poultry Journal, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • American Publishing Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. (1930-1931)
  • American Railway Express Co., Chicago, Ill. (1920-1935)
  • American Seamen's Friend Society, New York, N.Y. (1923)
  • American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Chicago, Ill. (1922)
  • American Way Magazine, Wichita, Kan. (1938)
  • American Weekly, New York, N.Y. (1924-1942)
  • American Women Magazine, Augusta, Me. (1918)
  • Ames, Joseph Bushnell, Morristown, N.J. (1925)

International Press Bureau

A Miscellaneous (file 3 of 3).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Anaconda Copper Company, Butte, Mont. (1943)
  • Andersen, Arthur Olaf, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1924)
  • Anderson, Frederick Irving, New Boston, Mass. (1925)
  • Anderson Galleries, New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • Angellotti, Marion Polk, San Rafael, Calif. (1918)
  • Anson, Lyman, Wheaton, Ill. (1933)
  • Anson, Mae Harris, Los Angeles, Calif. (1919)
  • Anthony Bulletin, Anthony, Kan. (1920)
  • AP Features, New York, N.Y. (1943)
  • Appleton Holt Advertising, Palo Alto, Calif. (1932)
  • Arata, Oliver S., St. Louis, Mo. (1927)
  • Arcadian Life Magazine, Caddo Gap, Ark. (1940)
  • Arcane Book Shop, Chicago, Ill. (1934)
  • Archibald, James F.J., New York, N.Y. (1915)
  • Argonaut Publishing Co., San Francisco, Calif. (1935)
  • Argus Book Shop, Inc., Chicago, Ill. (1927-1935)
  • Argus-Australian, Ltd., Melbourne, Australia. (1938)
  • Aries Press, Eden, N.Y. (1926-1927)
  • Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock, Ark. (1921)
  • Arkansas Farmer, Little Rock, Ark. (1938)
  • Arizona Gazette, Phoenix, Ariz. (1924)
  • Arizona State Magazine, Phoenix, Ariz. (1923)
  • Armstrong, C.W., Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Armstrong, Louis Peple, Richmond, Va. (1927)
  • Arrowsmith, J.W. Ltd., Bristol, England. (1913-1914)
  • Art Metal Construction Company, Jamestown, N.Y. (1930)
  • Art Press, Inc., Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • Asmus, Edna I., Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Associated Artists of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. (1918)
  • Associated Farm Press, Chicago, Ill. (1917)
  • Associated Publishers' Syndicate Service, New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • Association News, Parsons, Kan. (1926)
  • Association Press, New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • Astounding Stories, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Atlanta American, Atlanta, Ga. (1918)
  • Atlanta Georgian, Atlanta, Ga. (1939)
  • Athletic and Outing World, Columbus, Ohio. (1924)
  • Atkinson, Owen, La Jolla, Calif. (1930)
  • Atlantic Book Shelf, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Auerbach, Arnold F., Hollis, Long Island. (1935)
  • Au Fait, Rochester, N.Y. (1915)
  • Austin, John Thomas, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Austin, Lelah M., English, Ind. (1927)
  • Austin, Mary, Santa Fe, N.M. (1932-1934)
  • Austin American, Austin, Tex. (1918)
  • Australian Women's Wear, Melbourne, Australia. (1932)
  • Author & Journalist, Denver, Colo. (1924-1936)
  • Authors' Exchange Association, New York, N.Y. (1932)
  • Auto Club News, St. Louis, Mo. (1939-1940)
  • Auto Weekly, Tacoma, Wash. (1923)
  • Automobilist, Boston, Mass. (1923)
  • Ayer, N.W. & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. (1920-1936)
  • Ayer, William W., West Englewood, N.J. (1930)

International Press Bureau

A.

Includes correspondence to and from Harvey J. Sims concerning placing his son at a law firm, also a letter from Florence M. Austin, Nov. 30, 1938, Dousman, Wis., on the genealogy of the Cook family and their mutual relationship.

Sims family

Alice Riggs Hunt fonds : 2016 accrual

Accrual consists of materials created and accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt and her family. Includes correspondence to and from Alice, locks of hair, and photographs. The photographs document other members of the Hunt family including her mother Mary Osgood Riggs Hunt (1860-1953) and her brother Charles Warren Hunt Jr. (1888-1953). Also present are over 500 slides documenting Charles Warren Hunt Jr.'s trip around the world.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Amelia Alderson Opie letter.

  • SCA68-WA38
  • Fonds
  • 1838

Fonds consists of one holograph letter from Amelia Alderson Opie to an unidentified correspondent dated May 5, 1838 refusing an invitation. Letter is tipped-in to F3944 "Amelia the Tale of a Plain Friend", by Jacobine Menzies-Wilson and Helen Lloyd.

Opie, Amelia, 1769-1853

Anglin, F.A. to Kenneth Sims.

Letter from Francis Alexander Anglin, Justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario, dated July 2, 1945 to Kenneth Sims, with sympathy on the death of his father Harvey J. Sims.

Sims family

Anne Innis Dagg : PhD file, 1967.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's PhD studies at the University of Waterloo. Includes admission papers and documents, PhD related notes and documentation, employment information regarding Anne Innis Dagg's lab assistant position, convocation related newspaper clippings, a convocation programme, and correspondence regarding Anne Innis Dagg's PhD studies. Also included are two letters to Dagg's thesis supervisor, Dr. Anthony de Vos in the Department of Geography at the University of Waterloo, from William O. Pruitt and Peter Lent in the Department of Biology at Memorial University from regarding Dagg's thesis.

Correspondents include:

  • C. T. Boyes - University of Waterloo, Admissions (June 1, 1965; November 10, 1966)
  • A. P. Gordon - University of Waterloo, Faculty of Graduate Studies (June 1, 1965)
  • Ralph Stanton - University of Manitoba, Department of Mathematics & Astronomy (May 30, 1967)

Dagg, Anne Innis

Anthes family to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from John Schmidt Anthes, Lydia Catherine Anthes and Lydia Louisa Anthes Breithaupt and others to cousin Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses their summer at the Breithaupt cottage in Penetang (Penetanguishene) and in Sans Souic, Moon River, the well-being of family and friends and Albert Liborious' upcoming trip to Germany.

Anthes, John Schmitt

Anthony, Sylvia to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Sylvia Anthony. The letter sends best wishes and thanks to Irene for her work as General Secretary of the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship. It also mentions her upcoming trip to Vienna and Sylvia's current travels in the Dolomite Mountain range.

Hancock, Irene

Argo, Ann to Margaret Davidson.

Letter from Anne Argo, Eden Mills, [date illegible: 1890?] in response to one from Margaret, calling her an old friend and sympathizing in her widowhood. She gives all the news of illnesses and doctoring of family and friends. This letter was enclosed with one to Florence, June 30 1890.

Sims family

Armistead Churchill Gordon letter.

  • SCA70-GA39
  • Fonds
  • 1923

Contains one holograph letter from Armistead Churchill Gordon to C.C. Pinckney discussing John Drinkwater's book "Robert E. Lee."

Gordon, Armistead Churchill

Arthur Wellesley Wellington letter.

  • SCA76-GA46
  • Fonds
  • 1842

Contains one letter from Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington addressed to Francis Fane, the 12th Earl of Westmorland.

Wellington, Arthur Wellesley

Australia correspondence.

File consists of 12 items of correspondence sent by Anne Innis Dagg to family in Canada while in Australia for her husband Ian Dagg's sabbatical.

Dagg, Anne Innis

B Miscellaneous (file 1 of 4).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Babcock, R. Fayreweather, Chicago, Ill. (1921)
  • Bachar, Garald D., Denver, Colo. (1951-1952)
  • Bachelder, George L., Mrs., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (1937)
  • Bachellor, Irving, Riverside, Conn. (1921)
  • Badger, Richard G. Publisher, Boston, Mass. (1913)
  • Baer, A.E., Memphis, Tenn. (1949)
  • Baer, Arthur, Chicago, Ill. (1920)
  • Bailey, Margaret Emerson, New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Bain, Frank D., Santa Barbara, Calif. (1939)
  • Baker, Charles E., Rhinelander, Wis. (1921)
  • Baker, Clarence Orvel, Pueblo, Colo. (1945)
  • Baker, Ethel Mary, Boulder, Colo. (1947-1950)
  • Baker, Judith Starr, Prescott, Ariz. (1943)
  • Baldwin, Clara, Chicago, Ill. (1946)
  • Baldwin, Ellis K., Utica, N.Y. (1946-1947)
  • Ball, Eustace Hale, New York, N.Y. (1923)
  • Ball, Roy, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, Baltimore, Md. (1923)
  • Baltimore Catholic Review, Baltimore, Md. (1924-1937)
  • Baltimore Post, Baltimore, Md. (1934)
  • Balzar, Fritz, New York, N.Y. (1914-1915)
  • Bank of Montreal, Montreal, Que. (1941-1948)
  • Bank of the Manhattan Company, New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Bankers Monthly, Chicago, Ill. (1920)
  • Banking World, Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • Banning, Margaret Culkin, Duluth, Minn. (1937-1943)
  • Baptist Book Stores, Nashville, Tenn. (1948)
  • Baptist Herald, Philadelphia, Pa. (1933-1934)
  • Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. (1924)
  • Barb, Marian L., Washington, D.C. (1951)
  • Bar-David Literary Agency, Jerusalem, Palestine. (1947)
  • Bardwell, Denver, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1939)
  • Barker, S. Omar, Sapello, New Mexico. (1951)
  • Barnes, William A., Chicago, Ill. (1940)
  • Barr, Ann Clevenger, Knoxville, Tenn. (1949)
  • Barton, Bruce, New York, N.Y. (1919-1923)
  • Barton, George, Philadelphia, Pa. (1939)
  • Basement Book Shop, New Orleans, La. (1946-1951)
  • Bassler, Bippus & Rose, Chicago, Ill. (1922)
  • Ted Bates, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1942)
  • Bates & Schoonmaker, New York, N.Y. (1935-1936)
  • Batten, A.C., Toronto, Ont. (1935)
  • Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Inc., Chicago, Ill. (1946)
  • Bauerfeind, George L., Chicago, Ill. (1947-1949)
  • Bay Ridge Printing & Publishing Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y. (1924)
  • BB Features, Los Angeles, Calif. (1919)

International Press Bureau

B Miscellaneous (file 2 of 4).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Beach & Beach, Chicago, Ill. (1924-1926)
  • Beach, Rex, New York, N.Y. (1923-1939)
  • Bean, Muriel, Chicago, Ill. (1950)
  • Bear, George, Mukwonago, Wis. (1936)
  • Beatty, William H., Detroit, Mich. (1941)
  • Bechdolt, Frederick P., Carmel, Calif. (1936-1941)
  • Bechevet, Lydia de, Hollywood, Calif. (1947)
  • Beck, Bertha Zelda, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1950)
  • The Bee, Omaha, Neb. (1905)
  • The Bee, Toledo, Ohio. (1905)
  • Beinkamp, John Alton, Denver, Colo. (1923-1924)
  • Bel-Air Hotel, Los Angeles, Calif. (1949)
  • Belew, Ruth, Chicago, Ill. (1945)
  • Bell, J.J., Old Aberdeen, England. (1936)
  • Bellah, James Warner, New York, N.Y. (1936-1940)
  • Bellamy, Harmon, Springfield, Mass. (1951)
  • The Belvedere, New York, N.Y. (1951)
  • Ben Franklin Press, Inc., Pittsfield, Mass. (1948)
  • Benefield, Barry, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • Benet, William Rose, New York, N.Y. (1939-1942)
  • Bennett, Estelline, Chicago, Ill. (1939)
  • Benson, Sally, New York, N.Y. (1945-1950)
  • Bentham, Josephine, New York, N.Y. (1947-1951)
  • Bent's Camp, State Line, Wis. (1922)
  • Bergenren, Ralph, Scituate, Mass. (1921-1922)
  • Bergeron, Ernest Z., Orange, Calif. (1947)
  • Berkman, Al, Philadelphia, Pa. (1947)
  • Berkshire Festival, Boston, Mass. (1948)
  • Berkshire Garden Centre, Stockbridge, Mass. (1948)
  • Bertard, Lou, Elkhorn, Wis. (1936)
  • Bethlehem Steel Company, Bethlehem, Pa. (1947)
  • Better Business Bureau, Chicago, Ill. (1941-1943)
  • Better Business, Winnipeg, Man. (1922)
  • Better Busses, Pittsburgh, Pa. (1926)
  • Better Farming, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Betts, June, Hinsdale, Ill. (1939-1941)
  • Biblo and Tannen Booksellers, New York, N.Y. (1951)
  • Birkey, Maude E., Princeton, Ill. (1948)
  • Birmingham Age-Herald (1913-1917)
  • Birney, Hoffman, Huntsville, Alabama. (1938-1952)
  • Bixby, Carl, Southport, Conn. (1950)
  • Block, Al, Chicago, Ill. (1944)
  • Black, Frank W. and Company, Chicago, Ill. (1946)
  • Blackhawk Press, Chicago, Ill. (1926)
  • Blackledge, Dick, Grand Junction, Colo. (1951)
  • Blackwood, Algernon, London, England. (1925)
  • Blackwood's Magazine, Edinburgh, Scotland. (1916)
  • Blakeman, Will W., Garden City, N.Y. (1923)
  • Blakiston Company, Philadelphia, Pa. (1944)
  • Blanchard, Ralph, Durham, N.C. (1952)
  • Blanden, Charles Granger, Chicago, Ill. (1921)
  • Blinov, Mary Lou, Galesburg, Ill. (1939)
  • Blodgett, Harvey Company, Saint Paul, Minn. (1923)
  • Bloomfield, E. Jervis, Gabriola Island, B.C. (1948)
  • Blount, Henry G., Northborough, Mass. (1944-1946)
  • Blue Book Shop, Philadelphia, Pa. (1950)
  • Blue Ribbon Books, New York, N.Y. (1933-1937)

International Press Bureau

B Miscellaneous (file 3 of 4).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Board of Religious Education, St. Louis, Mo. (1933)
  • Bobbe, Sidney S., New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Bodin, Ed, New York, N.Y. (1935-1942)
  • Bodkin, Harold T., Chicago, Ill. (1939)
  • Bodman, Harold C., Chicago, Ill. (1916)
  • Bogart, William G., Burlington, Vermont. (1951)
  • Bohn Plan of Printing, New York, N.Y. (1941)
  • Boni, Albert & Charles Inc. Publishers, New York, N.Y. (1930-1932)
  • Bonnet-Brown Corp., Chicago, Ill. (1935-1937)
  • Bonnier, Albert Publishing House, New York, N.Y. (1937-1942)
  • Book Basement, Charleston, S.C. (1949)
  • Book Fair, Chicago, Ill. (1943)
  • Book Masters Publishers, New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Book Nook, Daytona Beach, Fla. (1946-1949)
  • Book Previews Incorporated, New York, N.Y. (1950-1951)
  • Book Room, West Chester, Pa. (1940)
  • Book Shelf, Wayne, Pa. (1942)
  • Books in Brief, Chicago, Ill. (1936-1937)
  • Boone, Anne, Ridgefield, N.J. (1946)
  • Borchardt, Bernard F., Tampa, Fla. (1926)
  • Borden's Condensed Milk Company, Chicago, Ill. (1915)
  • Border Cities Pictorial, Windsor, Ont. (1920)
  • Borth, Christy, Fenton, Mich. (1943)
  • Boston Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Mass. (1933)
  • Boston Daily Advertiser, Boston, Mass. (1915)
  • Boston Magazine Exchange, Boston, Mass. (1922)
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, Mass. (1947-1948)
  • Boston Telegram, Boston, Mass. (1921)
  • Boston Transcript, Boston, Mass. (1914-1938)
  • Bottome, Phyllis, Boston, Mass. (1946)
  • Bowdler, Lucy, Winnipeg, Man. (1951)
  • Bowers, Bertha Muzzy, Los Angeles, Calif. (1945)
  • Bowers, C.E., Orlando, Fla. (1938)
  • Bowman Deute Cummings Inc., San Francisco, Calif. (1936)
  • Boy's Life, New York, N.Y. (1938-1939)
  • Bradfield, Harriet A., New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Bradley, Edward L., Mrs., Lake Villa, Ill. (1915)
  • Bradner Smith & Company, Chicago, Ill. (1938-1940)
  • Bradshaw, Irvin B., Baltimore, Md. (1948)
  • Bradstreet, P.W., Winnetka, Ill. (1918)
  • Brain and Brawn, Los Angeles, Calif. (1916)
  • Brand, Max, New York, N.Y. (1936)
  • Brandenstein, M.J. & Company, San Francisco, Calif. (1915-1920)
  • Brandon, Miriam F., New York, N.Y. (1942-1946)
  • Brandon, New York, N.Y. (1947)
  • Braselmann, Frank M., Philadelphia, Pa. (1914)
  • Braselton High School, Braselton, Ga. (1947)
  • Brazelton, Ethel M. Colson, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Breeden, Augustin W., Calhoun, La. (1917-1918)
  • Breese, Zona Gale, Portage, Wis. (1946)
  • Breslow, E.M., New York, N.Y. (1914)
  • Brewer, Robert T., Chicago, Ill. (1913-1916)
  • Bridgeport Times, Bridgeport, Conn. (1924)
  • Bridle and Golfer, Detroit, Mich. (1932)
  • Brien, D.G., Pittsburgh, Pa. (1914)
  • Brigham, Johnson, Detroit, Mich. (1922)
  • Bright, Laura, Columbus, Ohio. (1942)
  • Brill, George Reiter, Philadelphia, Pa. (1914)
  • Brinckloe, William Draper, San Diego, Calif. (1921)
  • Brinig, Myron, New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Brink, Frank, Dickson, Alta. (1938)
  • British Library of Information, New York, N.Y. (1940)
  • Britnell, Albert Book Shop, Toronto, Ont. (1941)
  • Britten, Fred A., Washington, D.C. (1917-1918)

International Press Bureau

B Miscellaneous (file 4 of 4).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Broadhurst Theatre, New York, N.Y. (1947)
  • Broadway Book Store, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1918)
  • Broadway Film Laboratories, Ltd., Chicago, Ill. (1926)
  • Brock-Jones, Verlon, Ottumwa, Iowa. (1942)
  • Brodeur, Arthur Gilchrest, Berkley, Calif. (1937)
  • Brogan, Julia T., Kansas City, Mo. (1952)
  • Bronx Home News, New York, N.Y. (1923)
  • Brookes, C.E., New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Brooklyn Chat, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1938)
  • Brooklyn Weekly News, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1924)
  • Brooks, George B., Chicago, Ill. (1916)
  • Brouillet, Ray U. & Associates, San Francisco, Calif. (1938)
  • Brown, Alison, Duluth, Minn. (1919-1920)
  • Brown, Edwin Harper, Covington, Tenn. (1917)
  • Brown, Ford K., Annapolis, Md. (1938)
  • Brown, Frederic, Milwaukee, Win. (1942)
  • Brown, Newal, Wausau, Wis. (1912-1913)
  • Brown, Zenith J., Annapolis, Md. (1938)
  • Brown Book Company, New York, N.Y. (1947)
  • Brown Printing Company, Montgomery, Ala. (1924)
  • Browne, Frank G., Chicago, Ill. (1912-1913)
  • Browne, Lewis Allen, West Englewood, N.J. (1935)
  • Brubaker, Howard, Green Farms, Conn. (1940)
  • Bruck, Belle, New York, N.Y. (1951)
  • Bruhn & Price, Aurorahville, Wis. (1915)
  • Brunson, Hazel E., Chicago, Ill. (1916-1917)
  • Brush, Katharine, New York, N.Y. (1941-1942)
  • Bryan, James, LeGrange Ill. (1936)
  • Bryan, William J., Washington, D.C. (1914)
  • Bryson, Lyman, New York, N.Y. (1941-1942)
  • Buchanan & Company, Inc., Chicago, Ill. (1937)
  • Buck, Nina Kirby-Smith, Winnetka, Ill. (1933)
  • Buckingham Book Shop, Chicago, Ill. (1946-1947)
  • Buckley, Dement & Company, Chicago, Ill. (1924-1933)
  • Buckner, M.M., North Augusta, S.C. (1946)
  • Buffalo Courier-Express, Buffalo, N.Y. (1934-1939)
  • Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway Co., Rochester, N.Y. (1924)
  • Bulletin, Sydney, Australia. (1913)
  • Bulls Pressjanst, Stockholm, Sweden. (1937)
  • The Bunting System, North Chicago, Ill. (1939)
  • Burch, Walter, St. Louis, Mo. (1923)
  • Burden, Wilson, Omaha, Neb. (1951)
  • Burdette Smith Company, Chicago, Ill. (1941)
  • Burgess, Gelett, New York, N.Y. (1942)
  • Burgess, R.C., Chicago, Ill. (1935-1939)
  • Burkett, Fred E., San Antonio, Tex. (1950)
  • Burlington Lines, Chicago, Ill. (1946)
  • Burlington Motors, Inc., LaGrange, Ill. (1936)
  • Burnett, Katherine, Madison, Wis. (1948)
  • Burns, Marcella, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Burrelle's Press Clipping Bureau, New York, N.Y. (1922-1947)
  • Burroughs, Edgar R., Chicago, Ill. (1926)
  • Burroughs, Ella Oldham. (1916)
  • Burrows, Edith, Long Island, New York. (1934-1943)
  • Burtard, Lou, Elkhorn, Wis. (1936)
  • Burtis, Thomson, Hollywood, Calif. (1936-1937)
  • Bush, Fred, Columbia, Mo. (1948)
  • Bushnell Dahlquist Press, Minneapolis, Minn. (1930-1933)
  • Butler, Margaret Yates, Parsons, Kan. (1951-1952)
  • Butterick Company, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1933-1937)
  • Buxbaum, Edwin C., Milwaukee, Wis. (1935)
  • Buzzell, Jonathan John, Detroit, Mich. (1918-1922)
  • Byrde, Richards and Pound, New York, N.Y. (1941)

International Press Bureau

B.

Includes invitation to the Cook family reunion, correspondence about peafowl and other wild stock available, and a postcard showing Hialeah Park Race Track, Florida.

Sims family

Barrett Autograph Collection

  • SCA89-GA59
  • Fonds
  • 1716-1827, 1841

Collection contains prints of Canadian landscapes done by William Henry Bartlett in 1841 and portraits of prominent 17th and 18th century politicians from Europe and Canada. Also included are letters from English prime ministers dating around the 1700s. The collection is arranged in one series consisting of print engravings, a file of Bartlett prints, and a scrapbook containing letters.

Bartlett, W. H. (William Henry)

Barrie, E.G. to Mabel Sims.

Letter from E.G. Barrie dated June 18, 1951, Kitchener, to Mabel Sims, thanking her for taking care of table arrangements for an annual celebration, possible of the Chicopee Tennis Club. The letter is written on The Barrie Glove & Knitting Co. Limited, Kitchener, Ontario letterhead with a drawing of the factory.

Sims family

Bean, Margaret Hailer Wager to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from Margaret Hailer Wagner Bean to son Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses her ill health, the health of Louis Henry's son and half-siblings and the accidental death of Mr. Mayer. A note is appended to the end from Louis Henry's half sister Alma Bean.

Wagner Hailer family

Berlin Water Commission : Correspondence

Series consists of incoming correspondence relating to the operation of the Berlin Water Commission for the years 1899, and 1901-1905. Correspondence is addressed to the water commissioners in general, or to individual commissioners (mainly chairman J.C. Breithaupt) or the superintendent (W. Mahlon Davis and his successor Henry Hymmen).

Pequegnat, Marcel

Between ourselves : correspondence.

Correspondence between the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the University of Waterloo about the acquisition of two audio reels of a documentary about E. Cora Hind.

Correspondence:

  • Winnipeg Free Press - March 5, 1973
  • Winnipeg Free Press - March 9, 1973
  • Sheila Rabinovitch - May 23, 1973
  • Olive M. Burnett, C.B.C. - May 23, 1973; June 27, 1973; July 11, 1973

Hind, E. Cora

Borgstrom, Carl A. to Harvey J. Sims

Typewritten letter from Carl A. Borgstrom, landscape architect, to Harvey J. Sims, expressing gratitude to Harvey for his assistance in arranging for him to be able to visit Kingsmere, and enclosing a copy of the letter he had written to Mackenzie King with thanks for putting his name before the National Employment Commission.

Sims family

Bowman family fonds.

13 items of correspondence between members of the Bowman family. The topics of correspondence include updates on relatives, current issues and news in Waterloo Region, the American Civil War, and more.

The members of the Bowman family represented in the correspondence include children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of Rev. Joseph O. Bowman (1766-1849) and Christian Bowman (1766-1824). Although the families share a common distant ancestor the commonality of families in the set of correspondence represented here comes from Elizabeth Bowman (b. 1844) and Nancy Bowman (1839-1925), both children of Samuel B. Bowman, marrying brothers Allan (1841-1928) and Simon (b. 1844) Bowman, children of Samuel W. Bowman. A more complete family tree is included in file 1 of the fonds.

Bowman family

Bowman, Allan to Simon Bowman.

One item of correspondence from Allan Bowman to his brother Simon Bowman. The letter is dated and addressed December 2, 1895, Galt. The letter mentions that Allan is in Chicago and talks about his wife Nancy moving with him to California, but that funds mean this is now not possible. Allan also mentions that he is training Ben Unger to assist him with the malting season.

Bowman family

Bowman, Arthur M. : correspondence received.

Two letters received by Arthur M. Bowman, one from Mickle, A.E, June 20, 1890 asking for a chain man position on a survey gang and one from his mother, Elizabeth Meyers Bowman, July 13, 1891, asking for money.

Date and Place from: June 20, 1890 Toronto, Ont. To Bowman, Arthur M. From Mickle, A.E.

Date and Place from: July 13, 1891 Berlin, Ont. To Bowman, Arthur M. From Bowman, E.M.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowman, Benjamin Baer to Samuel B. Bowman.

One item of correspondence from Benjamin Baer Bowman to his brother Samuel B. Bowman. The letter is dated and addressed March 31, 1865/April 1, 1865, Gains, Kent Co., Michigan. The letter discusses money of Benjamin's that Samuel is looking after as well as inquiring after Samuel's wife Elisabeth and their brother Elias.

Bowman family

Bowman, D. L. to Simon Bowman.

One item of correspondence from D. L. [Daniel Lewis] Bowman to his cousin Simon Bowman. The letter is dated and addressed September 10, 1889 Berlin [Kitchener]. The letter discuss family members, including D's wife and two children recently being unwell as well as the weather and the hope for more rain. D teases Simon about becoming a "Yankee" and moving to "Pensyltucky" [a portmonteau of Pennsylvania and Kentucky] and mentions that he will be going to Toronto for the Toronto Industrial Exhibition [now the Canadian National Exhibition]. The letter also discusses D selling a property of Simon's referred to as "Mt. Zion."

Bowman family

Bowman, Hervey M. : correspondence received.

Ten letters received by Hervey Bowman, one from his father Isaac L. Bowman, addressed to "Sons," four from his mother, Elizabeth Meyers Bowman, one each from his brothers Frank and Leander, one from his Cousin David Bowman, two postcards from friends H. Corny and C.W McClean.

Date and Place from: May 19, 1891 Berlin, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, E.M.

Date and Place from: June 27, 1891 Toronto, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Leander Notes: Written on Office of the Medical Health Officer Toronto letterhead

Date and Place from: July 2, 1891 Berlin, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, E.M.

Date and Place from: July 2, 1891 Berlin, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, Isaac Lucius, d.1893.

Date and Place from: Aug. 14, 1891 Berlin, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, E.M.

Date and Place from: Aug. 21, 1891 Steelton, Pa. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, F.M. Attachments: Envelope, no stamp.

Date and Place from: June 10, 1893 Brockville, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From McClean, C.W. Notes: Postcard.

Date and Place from: June 15, 1893 Kemptville, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Corny, H. Notes: Postcard.

Date and Place from: Mar. 8, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, E.M. Attachments: Envelope with stamp.

Date and Place from: Jan. 19, 1930 Edmonton, Alta. To Bowman, Hervey M., d.1931 From Bowman, David Attachments: Envelope, no stamp, also 2 small photographs.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowman, Isaac L. : correspondence received.

One letter received by Isaac L. Bowman from his cousin Simon Bowman accompanied by a manuscript copy of the "register of grandfather Bowman's family, Nov. 19, 1890."

Date and Place from: Nov. 19, 1890 Caledonia, Mich. To Bowman, Isaac Lucius, d.1893 From Bowman, Simon Notes: Includes a list of family births and deaths.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowman, Israel D. to Simon Bowman.

One item of correspondence from Israel D. Bowman to his cousin Simon Bowman in Escondido California. The letter is dated and addressed September 21, 1895, Berlin [Kitchener]. The letter discusses family and friends including Simon's brother Allan who lives in Blair as well as Israel's children Bert, David and Sally, his brother William and their mutual cousin Dan. Israel also mentions that he was a student at the first log school in Waterloo which is now located in Waterloo Park and recently went to a reunion of fellow surviving students.

Bowman family

Bowman, Joseph to father [Samuel B. Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Joseph Bowman to his father Samuel B. Bowman. The letter is dated and addressed September 23, 1864, Carlisle Mills, Canada West. In the letter Joseph is writing to his father who is currently in Illinois. He makes mention of local happenings such as the Blenheim Union meeting, an auction and what his brothers are doing, as well as asks questions about the Civil War situation in the United States. Joseph wonders how the "copperheads" feel about Old Abe and Little Mack. This references Democrats who were against the war and their position on Abraham Lincoln and George McClellan. Joseph also updates his father on a local troupe of Civil War fighters who are currently in the Waterloo Region area but who are headed back to Kentucky and Alabama.

Bowman family

Bowman, Joseph to father and sisters [Samuel B. Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Joseph Bowman to his father Samuel B. Bowman and his sisters. The letter is dated and addressed December 9, 1870, Berlin [Kitchener]. In the letter Joseph discusses that he has married Nancy [Huber] and that he has been unwell. He discusses life on their farm including harvesting apples, potatoes and pumpkins keeping livestock, and dealing with pests. He also mentions that he is currently fixing their stable which he believes to be the oldest in Waterloo Township. As well, Joseph discusses the recent death of Joseph E. Erb without a will and that Joseph owed him $1200.

Bowman family

Bowman, Maud to Uncle and Aunt [Simon and Elizabeth Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Maud Bowman addressed to her Aunt and Uncle [Simon and Elizabeth Bowman]. The letter is dated and addressed October 13, 1893 Goderich St., Perth [Australia]. Maud and her husband Oliver are recently married and Maud discusses life in Australia including a dried flower competition that she entered and that she is no longer teaching. She also complains that Oliver is away a lot, leaving her a "grass widow." Maud also asks after Annie and Howard, presumably the children of her aunt and uncle.

Bowman family

Bowman, Maud to Uncle and Aunt [Simon and Elizabeth Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Maud Bowman addressed to her Aunt and Uncle [Simon and Elizabeth Bowman]. The letter is dated and addressed October 13, 1893 Goderich St., Perth [Australia]. Maud and her husband Oliver are recently married and Maud discusses life in Australia including a dried flower competition that she entered and that she is no longer teaching. She also complains that Oliver is away a lot, leaving her a "grass widow." Maud also asks after Annie and Howard, presumably the children of her aunt and uncle.

Bowman family

Bowman, Oliver to Aunt and Uncle [Simon and Elizabeth Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Oliver Bowman address to his aunt and uncle [Simon and Elizabeth Bowman]. The letter is dated and addressed October 13, 1893, Perth [Australia]. In the letter Oliver discusses family news, the Chicago Exhibition, plans for a trip to America and opportunities for importing tinned fruit to Australia.

Bowman family

Bowman, Samuel to Samuel Ensley.

One item of correspondence from Samuel Bowman addressed to Samuel Ensley. The letter is dated and addressed June 28, 1837, Waterloo. The letter discusses the purchase of timber between Samuel Ensley and Wendel Bowman that was otherwise intended for the mill of Samuel Bowman.

Bowman family

Boyd, Jimmy to Kenneth Sims.

Letter from Jimmy Boyd (Dr. James Boyd) dated February 10, 1942 in England to Kenneth Sims, describing life in the hospital he is at and asking that any overdue accounts be collected for him.

Sims family

Boyd, Jimmy to Kenneth Sims.

Airmail letter from Jimmy Boyd dated September 3, 1943 in England to Kenneth Sims, describing his billets and activities in England over the past year, writing while waiting for a mobile clinic to be set up in Wales. Return Address is Maj. J.W. Boyd.

Sims family

Breithaupt, Catherine Hailer to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from Catherine Hailer Breithaupt to her nephew Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses spending time at the Breithaupt family cottage in Penetang (Penetanguishene), Ontario including Louis J. Breithaupt buying a houseboat, local preachers and Catherine's wedding anniversary.

Wagner Hailer family

Breithaupt, Catherine Hailer to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from Catherine Hailer Breithaupt to her nephew Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses travelling for church conferences and the resolutions passed, visiting Louis Henry's sister Catherine and the upcoming American Thanksgiving.

Wagner Hailer family

Breithaupt, Catherine Hailer to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from Catherine Hailer Breithaupt to her nephew Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses Louis Henry's 20th wedding anniversary (which he could not attend as he was in Regina), the health of friends and family and travel plans of Catherine and Louis Henry's mother.

Wagner Hailer family

Breithaupt, Catherine Hailer to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from Catherine Hailer Breithaupt to her nephew Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses the local weather, family news and events in Berlin (Kitchener) including the health of Louis Henry's mother and a woman preaching in the Evangelical congregation.

Wagner Hailer family

Breithaupt, Catherine Hailer to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from Catherine Hailer Breithaupt to her nephew Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses spending time at the Breithaupt family cottage in Penetang (Penetanguishene), Ontario including Louis J. Breithaupt buying a houseboat and Catherine's birthday.

Wagner Hailer family

Bricker, Rosie to her sister Jemima Cook.

Letter at least partially from Rosie Bricker postmarked Salem, December 1, 1868 to her sister Jemima Cook, about Christmas. Most of the letter seems to be written by another (younger?) sister about social life or lack of it in Elora and Salem with some speculation about the future (includes envelope).

Sims family

Briefe von Annemarie Boden, Max Boden, Axel and Sibylle Boden, 1954 mit einige briefe von John und Gisela Sommer an Annemarie Boden.

Correspondence primarily between the Sommer family and the Boden family. The Boden family lived in Bonn, Germany and included Annemarie Boden, Max Boden, Axel Boden and Sibylle Boden. Of special interest are letters commenting on social and political matters such as issues of ethnicity, Quebec separatism, and World War II. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, press clippings, a funeral invitation, and photographs of a family home and the University of Bonn in Germany.

Sommer family

Briefwechsel mit Ilse Stein: 1954-1969.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family and Isle Stein. Isle Stein was a friend of the Sommer family and she lived in Germany. Records include letters, a postcard and photographs of Isle Stein, her family, and the Sommer family.

Sommer family

Briefwechsel mit Ilse Stein: 1970-1982.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family and Isle Stein. Isle Stein was a friend of the Sommer family and she lived in Germany. Includes letters that discuss Angelika Sommer’s impending divorce from her husband Uwe Schriever. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, and photographs of Christmas decorations.

Sommer family

Briefwechsel mit Ilse Stein: 1983.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family and Isle Stein. Includes letters indicating that Isle Stein moved from Essen, Germany to Reutlingen, Germany. Isle Stein was a friend of the Sommer family. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, and photographs of Christmas decorations, animals, buildings, and landscapes.

Sommer family

Bruce, Hattie A. to Margaret Davidson.

Letter from Hattie A. Bruce dated Waterloo June 16, 1892 on behalf of the Ladies' Aid Society, thanking Margaret for her donation and giving her news of friends and family: "I had the pleasure of spending Tuesday evening at Mr. Davidson's watching Emma and a number of her friends going through their Delsarte exercises" (Includes envelope addressed c/o Dr. Davidson, 207 College St., Toronto.)

Sims family

Burden, Fred C. to Harvey J. Sims.

Correspondence from Harvey Sims' old friend Fred C. Burden, also a friend of Adam Strohm, from whom there are several letters mixed in this file. Places written from range from Detroit, Michigan, where Fred lived for some time, to California.

Sims family

C Miscellaneous (file 1 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. (1926-1930)
  • Cahill, Mortimer L., Chicago, Ill. (1921-1936)
  • Calaghan & Company, Chicago, Ill. (1920)
  • Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alta. (1933)
  • California Dairyman, Los Angeles, Calif. (1923)
  • California Fruit Growers Exchange, Los Angeles, Calif. (1929)
  • California Guardsman, Sacramento, Calif. (1937-1939)
  • California Petroleum Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. (1927)
  • California Southland, Pasadena, Calif. (1930)
  • Call Bulletin, San Francisco, Calif. (1940)
  • Call Home Magazine, San Francisco, Calif. (1930)
  • Calthorp, Dion Clayton, London, England. (1924)
  • Camden Daily Courier, Camden, N.J. (1904)
  • Campbell, A.F., Delavan, Wis. (1936)
  • Campbell Soup Company, Camden, N.J. (1929)
  • Cameron, Edgar S., Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Canada Lumberman, Toronto, Ont. (1930)
  • Canadian Bookman, Toronto, Ont. (1924-1925)
  • Canadian Business, Montreal, Que. (1940-1942)
  • Canadian Customs Department, Ottawa, Ont. (1940)
  • Canadian Forum, Toronto, Ont. (1924)
  • Canadian Insurance, Toronto, Ont. (1920-1927)
  • Canadian Messenger, Toronto, Ont. (1933-1940)
  • Canadian Messenger of the Sacred Heart, Montreal, Que. (1931)
  • Canadian Motorist, Toronto, Ont. (1927-1928)
  • Canadian National Railways Magazine, Toronto, Ont. (1921)
  • Canadian Newspaper Service, Ltd., Toronto, Ont. (1920)
  • Canadian Popular Magazine, Sidney, N.S. (1931)
  • Canadian Railway and Marine World, Toronto, Ont. (1931)
  • Canadian Short Stories, Toronto, Ont. (1941)
  • Canadian Stories, Deseronto, Ont. (1928)
  • Cape Cod Ship Building Corp., Wareham, Mass. (1936)
  • Capital Publishing Co., Bismarck, N.D. (1939)
  • The Car, Philadelphia, Pa. (1932)
  • Carbonator and Bottler, Atlanta, Ga. (1928)
  • Cargo, Nashville, Tenn. (1937)
  • Carillon, Montclair, N.J. (1934)
  • Carlton, W.N.C., Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Carneiro, A.M. & Company, New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Carolina Motorist, Greensboro, N.C. (1927-1931)
  • The Carpenter, Indianapolis, Ind. (1928)
  • Carpet & Rug World, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Carroll, J.C., Chicago, Ill. (1924)
  • Carroll Press, Inc., Columbus, Ohio. (1933)
  • Carruth, Gordon, Waterbury, Conn. (1921)
  • Carson, L.R. Inc., Crisfield, Md. (1935)
  • Carson, Pirie Scott & Co., Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Carteret Publications, New York, N.Y. (1942)
  • Cartoons Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1921)
  • Carwood Publishing Co., New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • Cary, Lucian, Westport, Conn. (1921)
  • Case, B.E., Hartford, Conn. (1934-1935)
  • Case, Robert Ormand, Portland, Or. (1934-1937)
  • Case and Comment, Rochester, N.Y. (1928)
  • Case Eagle, Racine, Wis. (1926-1937)
  • The Casket, Antigonish, N.S. (1928)
  • Cassell, Charles E., Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Castle, Everett Rhodes, Cleveland, Ohio. (1937)
  • Catching, Paul J., Middletown, Ohio. (1940)
  • Caterpillar Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. (1928)
  • Catholic Boy, Minneapolis, Minn. (1932-1942)
  • Catholic Bulletin, St. Paul, Minn. (1924-1928)
  • Catholic Citizen, Milwaukee, Wis. (1928-1930)
  • Catholic Columbian, Columbus, Ohio. (1927)
  • Catholic Girl, Belleville, Ill. (1941)
  • Catholic Home, Oklahoma City, Okla. (1924)
  • Catholic Mirror, Springfield, Mass. (1924-1925)
  • Catholic Mutual Benefit Association, Montreal, Que. (1923)
  • Catholic Northwest Progress, Seattle, Wash. (1931)
  • Catholic Observer, Pittsburgh, Pa. (1925-1927)
  • Catholic Press Union, Cleveland, Ohio. (1925-1927)
  • Catholic Register & Canadian Extension Magazine, Toronto, Ont. (1931)
  • Catholic Review, Baltimore, Md. (1927-1941)
  • Catholic Transcript, Hartford, Conn. (1928)
  • Catholic Union and Times, Buffalo, N.Y. (1935-1938)
  • Catholic Vigil, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1924)
  • Catholic Virginian, Richmond, Va. (1942)
  • Catholic Women's World, Montroe, Mich. (1939)
  • Caux, Len de, Washington, D.C. (1940)
  • Caxton Club, Chicago, Ill. (1920)
  • Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho. (1937-1938

International Press Bureau

C Miscellaneous (file 2 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Cedar Rapids Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (1937)
  • Celotex Company, Chicago, Ill. (1929-1930)
  • Central Casting Agency, Hollywood, Calif. (1936)
  • Central New York Review, Syracuse, N.Y. (1929)
  • Central Oil & Gas Stove Co., Gardner, Mass. (1922-1923)
  • Central Public Service System News, Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Central Republic Bank, Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • Century Features Syndicate, Bloomfield, N.J. (1939)
  • Certified Selling, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Chaffee, Allen, Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. (1936)
  • Chain Store Encyclopedic Service, Chicago, Ill. (1929)
  • Challenge, Toronto, Ont. (1939)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Bayfield, Wis. (1936)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Carmel, Calif. (1935)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Tampa, Fla. (1925)
  • Chamber of Commerce Safety Vault Company, Chicago, Ill. (1916)
  • Chamberlain, George Agnew, Quinton, N.J. (1935-1939)
  • Chambers, Elwyn W., Piedmont, Calif. (1921)
  • Chambers, Robert W., New York, N.Y. (1922)
  • Chapin, C.O., Lombard, Ill. (1934)
  • Chapman, Arthur, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • Chapman, Clowry, New York, N.Y. (1911-1914)
  • Chapman, J. Frank, Saranac Lake, N.Y. (1911)
  • Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.C. (1942)
  • Charm, Newark, N.J. (1924-1927)
  • Chartier, Albert, Montreal, Que. (1939)
  • The Chase, Lexington, Ky. (1938)
  • Chase Brothers Company, Rochester, N.Y. (1927)
  • Chatter, New York, N.Y. (1932)
  • Cheerio Publishing Company, Inc., Detroit, Mich. (1935)
  • Cheever, Benjamin H., Atlantic City, N.J. (1920)
  • Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Chicago, Ill. (1941)
  • Cherry Circle, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1940)
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, Richmond, Va. (1923-1932)
  • Chester, George Randolph, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Chevrolet, H. & K. Co., LaGrange, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Aeronautical Service, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Chicago, and North Western Railway Company, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Chicago Athletic Association, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Chicago Better Business Bureau, Chicago, Ill. (1937)
  • Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Fiction Guild, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Chicago Latin School, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Chicago Ledger, Chicago, Ill. (1927-1929)
  • Chicago Life, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Chicago Mirror, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Chicago Motor Club, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Post Office, Chicago, Ill. (1934-1940)
  • Chicago Record-Herald, Chicago, Ill. ([19--])
  • Chicago Recreation Commission, Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Rotoprint Company, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Social Digest, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Chicago Stadium Corporation, Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Chicago Telephone Company, Chicago, Ill. (1912-1919)
  • Chicago Temple Book Shop, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Chicago Title & Trust Company, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1940)
  • Chicago Towel Company, Chicago, Ill. (1914-1932)
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Child Life, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Christendom, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Christian Board of Publication, St. Louis, Mo. (1924)
  • Christian Century, Chicago, Ill. (1927-1930)
  • Christian Family, Evanston, Ill. (1931-1941)
  • Christian Literature Company, Minneapolis, Minn. (1930)
  • Christian Standard, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1919)
  • Christian Work, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Christian Youth, Philadelphia, Pa. (1942)
  • Christie Film Company, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. (1922)
  • Chrysler Sales Corporation, Detroit, Mich. (1927)
  • Chuckles Esrom Corporation Publishers, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • Church Publishing House, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Church School Publications, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1931-1937)
  • Churchman, New York, N.Y. (1931)

International Press Bureau

C Miscellaneous (file 3 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Cincinnati Post, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1938)
  • Circus Scrap Book, Jersey City, N.J. (1932)
  • Citizen Co., Milwaukee, Wis. (1931)
  • City National Bank and Trust Company, Chicago, Ill. ([19--]-1930)
  • Clabaugh, Hinton G., Chicago, Ill. (1917)
  • Clark, Olga, Paris, France. (1930)
  • Clark, Ralph, Tomahawk, Wis. (1936)
  • Clarke, Ida Clyde, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Classmate, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1931-1937)
  • Clayton Magazine, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1929-1932)
  • Cleveland, O.M., Newburgh, N.Y. (1913)
  • Cleveland Metal Products Co., Cleveland, Ohio. (1919-1922)
  • Cleveland Times and Commercial, Cleveland, Ohio. (1924)
  • Cleveland Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio. (1936)
  • Clevelander, Cleveland, Ohio. (1933)
  • Click, Philadelphia, Pa. (1940-1941)
  • Cliff Dwellers, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1921)
  • Clover Farm Bee, Cleveland, Ohio. (1941)
  • Cloverleaf American and Cloverleaf Review, St. Paul, Minn. (1930)
  • Clown Publishing Co., Allentown, Pa. (1933)
  • Club and Social Review, Philadelphia, Pa. (1932)
  • Clues-Detective Stories, New York, N.Y. (1934-1939)
  • Coast Artillery Journal, Washington, D.C. (1938)
  • Coast Banker, San Francisco, Calif. (1929)
  • Coast Magazine, San Francisco, Calif. (1939-1941)
  • Cobb, Irvin S., Santa Monica, Calif. (1923-1937)
  • Coburn, Eleanor H.A., Wilton, N.H. (1936)
  • Coburn, Walt, Del Mar, Calif. (1936)
  • Cohan & Harris, New York, N.Y. (1915)
  • Cohen, Albert J., Hollywood, Calif. (1932)
  • Cohen, Max, New York, N.Y. (1920)
  • Coleman, Kirby, Winnetka, Ill. (1932)
  • Collector of Internal Revenue, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • College Comics, New York, N.Y. (1925-1926)
  • College Life, New York, N.Y. (1925-1931)
  • College Stories, Forest Hills, N.Y. (1927)
  • Collier, Robert Inc., New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • Collier & Flinn Co., Ltd., Hollywood, Calif. (1932)
  • Collison, Wilson, Los Angeles, Calif. (1933)
  • Color Card Corporation, Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • Colorado Fuel & Iron Company Industrial Bulletin, Denver, Colo. (1928)
  • Columbia University Press, New York, N.Y. (1935-1937)
  • Columbian, Cleveland, Ohio. (1910-1928)
  • Columbian Marketer, Kansas City, Mo. (1930)
  • Columbian Steel Tank Company, Kansas, City, Mo. (1930)
  • Columbus Journal-Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio. (1933)

International Press Bureau

C Miscellaneous (file 4 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Comer, H.D., New York, N.Y. (1936)
  • Comerford, Frank, Chicago, Ill. (1919-1922)
  • Comfort, Augusta, Me. (1927-1937)
  • Comfort Press, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. (1937)
  • Commentator, New York, N.Y. (1937-1939)
  • Commerce, Chicago, Ill. (1939)
  • Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn. (1907-1943)
  • Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, Pa. (1929)
  • Commercial National Bank of Rockford, Rockford, Ill. (1921)
  • Commercial Service Company, New York, N.Y. (1921)
  • Commercial Travelers Magazine, Springfield, Mass. (1926-1927)
  • Commissioner of Customs, Ottawa, Ont. (1940)
  • Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Washington, D.C. (1920)
  • Commonwealth, New York, N.Y. (1924-1931)
  • Commonwealth Edison Company, Chicago, Ill. (1920-1931)
  • Community Home Journal, Chicago, Ill. (1924)
  • Commuter, Palo Alto, Calif. (1940)
  • Complete Detective Novel Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1928-1932)
  • Complete Novel Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1926)
  • Complete Northwest Novel Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • Complete War Novels, New York, N.Y. (1942)
  • Concordia, Chicago, Ill. (1922-1930)
  • Congregationalist, Boston, Ill. (1924-1931)
  • Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn. (1929-1930)
  • Conover, Lawrence P., Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Conover, Rachel Laramy, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Consolidated Film Corporation, New York, N.Y. (1916)
  • Consolidated Motor Parts, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1930)
  • Consolidated Coal Co., Fairmont, W.Va. (1927-1930)
  • Continental Books, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1932)
  • Continental Oil Company, Ponca City, Oklahoma. (1931-1932)
  • Continental Press Agency, Paris, France. (1927)
  • Continental-Illinois Company, Chicago, Ill. (1931)

International Press Bureau

C Miscellaneous (file 5 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Cook, Charles Emerson, Boston, Mass. (1914-1915)
  • Cook, Clarence P., Des Moines, Iowa. (1926)
  • Cook, David C., Elgin, Ill. (1921)
  • Cook, Robert C. Company, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Cook, William Wallace, Marshall, Mich. (1913-1915)
  • Cooke, Edmund Vance, Toledo, Ohio. (1908-1912)
  • Cooper, Courtney Ryley, New York, N.Y. (1936)
  • Cooper, Frederic G., Belvedere, Calif. (1932)
  • Cooper, Virginia M., New Orleans, La. (1939)
  • Corbett, Elizabeth, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • Corcoran, William, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • Corday & Grosse, Cleveland, Ohio. (1930)
  • Coronet Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1937-1942)
  • Cosmopolitan Club of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. (1928)
  • Costain, Thomas B., New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Country Club Magazine, Los Angeles, Calif. (1928-1930)
  • Country Life, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. (1940)
  • Coutts, Gordon, Palm Springs, Calif. (1936)
  • Cowan, D.L., Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • Cowboy Stories, New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Cowen Movie Service, Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • Cullen and Walsh, Philadelphia, Pa. (1912)
  • Cummings, Roy, Whitewater, Wis. (1936)
  • Cunningham, Eugene, San Francisco, Calif. (1939)
  • Cupid's Dairy, New York, N.Y. (1923-1931)
  • Cupples & Leon Company, New York, N.Y. (1914-1918)
  • Current Literature Publishing Co., New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • Current News, Cleveland, Ohio. (1927)
  • Current Opinion, New York, N.Y. (1921)
  • Curtis, Wardon Allen, Ashland, N.H. (1913-1916)
  • Curtis Companies Service Bureau, Clinton, Iowa. (1930)
  • Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. (1934)
  • Cushing, Charles P., New York, N.Y. (1922)
  • Cutler, Percy N., Evanston, Ill. (1921-1922)
  • Craftsman Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. (1937)
  • Craven, Margaret, Philadelphia, Pa. (1934)
  • Credit Craft and the Modern Office, Chicago, Ill. (1929)
  • Crime Mysteries, New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • Crissey, Forrest, Washington, D.C. (1915)
  • Criterion Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. (1932)
  • Crocroft, Thoda, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Cronin, A.J., Boston, Mass. (1939)
  • Crosier Missionary, Onamia, Minn. (1932)
  • Cross, Ruth, Winsted, Conn. (1932)
  • Crowell Publishing Company, New York, N.Y. (1919-1934)
  • Croy, Homer, New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Crusader Service, New York, N.Y. (1919-1920)
  • Cuneo, Henneberry Company, Chicago, Ill. (1924)
  • Cunningham, T.J., Toledo, Ohio. (1938)

International Press Bureau

C.

Correspondents include the Canadian Legion, Canadian Kennel Club, A. Chappell concerning Chicopee Heights, Ernest and Alice Chadwick, Hector Charlesworth, Chicopee Tennis Club, Chicopee Ski Club, and E.H. Coleman.

Sims family

Canadian wildlife and man : correspondence and later sales.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's book Canadian wildlife and man. Includes correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg, editorial feedback and notes, employment information, receipts and invoices.

Incoming correspondents include:

  • M. Jean Houston (July 29, 1971)
  • L. Ourom (August 27, 1971)
  • Douglas H. Pimlott (September 1, 1971)
  • Bruce Wright (January 10, 1972)
  • A. G. Dagg (February 29, 1972)
  • S. Frank Manuel (April 4, 1972)
  • C. S. Churcher (April 18, 1972)
  • F. L. Hall (January 23, 1973)
  • N. Wadden (January 29, 1973)
  • F. A. Walden (February 16, 1973)
  • Dixon Thompson (July 2, 1974)
  • N.S. Novakowski (May 29, 1975)
  • May Enman (December 28, 1979)
  • Mrs. B. Rushford (October 6, 1980)

Dagg, Anne Innis

Cartoon sketches.

File contains 28 drawings (originals and photocopies) of draft cartoon drawings, unfinished drawings, and sketches. They also include notes regarding story development ideas. Includes a photocopy of a three page manuscript letter to the editor of Now Weekly. Includes author's note on the envelope: "Box E: John Herbert archives , Porter Library, University of Waterloo. Enclosed: cartoons. E16: a variety of complete and incomplete cartoons and comic strips by John Herbert (under one or another of his 'noms de plume' as cartoonist) - plus some preliminary sketches and notes in planning the cartoons. Names (noms de plume) Nemesis, Hellican, Jan, R.U. Horny, Jacki Brun, No. of items: 31 pages - Dates: 1989 to 1994."

Herbert, John

Christian Enslin : Letter to Fredrick Heinitsch, M.D., August 1849.

  • SCA200-GA177
  • Fonds
  • August 1849

File consists of one letter from Christian Enslin, bookseller and bookbinder, Waterloo, Ontario to Fredrick Heinitsch, M.D., Lancaster, Pennsylvania requesting the right to "Mother Drops", a medicine created by Dr. Heinitsch on which he held the patent.
The letter also includes information on bookbinding and printing practices in Upper Canada and makes reference to local figures such as Benjamin Eby, Bishop of the Mennonites.

Enslin, Christian

Concordia Club fonds.

The majority of the archives of the Concordia Club were destroyed either as a result of the ransacking of the club by the 118th Batallion in 1916, or as a result of the fire of Nov. 17, 1971. As a result the earliest records of Concordia have largely been lost forever. A very small number of items can be traced back to the Concordia Male Choir (1873-1914). These take the form of two items of correspondence, programs for the "Sängerfests", clippings, and photographs. A small number of archival records also can be found which belonged to the "Deutscher Club, Kitchener" (1925-1930), and include a set of house rules, letters patent, and photographs. Some records from the 1930s have also been preserved to this day, and include artifacts, clippings, legal documents, a membership list, photographs, and programs of events. However, the majority of the materials date from the 1950s onwards. These materials document the history of the Concordia Club since the 1950s, and include artifacts, audiovisual material, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, financial records, legal documents, membership records, minutes of meetings, photographs, publications, and scrapbooks.

Concordia Club

Contracts with Grolier.

Two publishing contracts detailing E Palmer Patterson's agreement to sell publishing rights for two books to Grolier. One book was to be titled, "Native Peoples of Canada - Indians" and the other was to be titled, "Inuit Peoples of Canada." Each contract specifies legal provisions such as compensation, copyright and other obligations to be fulfilled by E Palmer Patterson and Grolier respectively. Both of the contracts are signed by E Palmer Patterson, a representative of Grolier, and a witness. Also includes related correspondence and notes.

Patterson, E Palmer

Cook, Hannah to Jemima Cook.

Letter from Hannah Cook dated March 4, 1869 to her sister Jemima Cook, with an added note signed "Harriet", probably visiting their sister Rosie Bricker in Salem. Written on lined paper (Includes envelope postmarked Feb. 12, 1869; probably not correct one).

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