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Correspondence : 1895-1899.

File consists of five letters received by Martha Rieder from family members and friends. Some envelopes are included; stamps have been removed. Also present is an empty envelope. Includes letter from J.I. Frank Anthes on Anthes Mfg. Co. of Berlin letterhead and company envelope.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Margaret.

File consists eleven of items of correspondence addressed to Margaret Rieder. Includes primarily Christmas cards, with one birthday card. Correspondents include: Anthes, Carolina; Clarke, Evelyn; Edkins, Phyllis; Morley, Margaret Louise and Anna Elizabeth; Parry, Magaret; Rieder, Emeline Merner; Rieder, Margareth Anthes.

Rieder and Anthes family

Correspondence from Ernie.

Photocopy of a letter to Jean Hawkings and Frederick P. Schneider from their cousin Ernie [?] in which he expresses admiration for his Aunt Ella and Uncle Fred dated Dec. 8, 1967.

Schneider family

Sims, Peter Harvey to his wife Jemima Sims.

Letter from Peter H. Sims from Glenelg, September 18, 1869 to his wife Jemima Sims: "My dear wife
I arrived here safely last night and I Can tell you I was pretty tired. I feel somewhat sore this morning but will be all right soon. There was nothing remarkable happened on the way worthy to being related. When I came in sight of the old House in the moon light I then began to feel lonesome. I felt like turning in and staying all night but I knew you were not there to greet me on my return so I went on to mothers where I got a cup of tea and then went to bed. I slept well for  I was very tired. I begin to see now how lonesome I am going to be without you. No one can supply your place and now you are away I begin to feel it . . . I now bid you good bye with a good hearty kiss.
Hoping to hear from you soon.
I remain your loving husband
P.H. Sims.”
Includes a stamped envelope addressed to Jemima at Flora P.O. (later Floradale) and postmarked Walkerton.

Sims family

Sims, Jemima to Harvey J. Sims.

On hearing a report that Harvey had been struck by a ball, Jemima advises him strongly to give up football as "beneath the dignity of a practicing [sic] barrister" (includes envelope).

Sims family

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence to and from Jenny Pincock, Fred and Minnie Maines, and others.

Maines Pincock Family

Church of the Divine Revelation : membership.

File consists of one notebook listing names and contact information of members of the Church of the Divine Revelation. Also includes materials relating to the church such as correspondence, a treasurers report and clergyman's records.

Maines Pincock Family

Letters from Betty and Peg.

Letters and postcards from Betty and Peg Forbes to their parents, Millicent Lyall Forbes and George Alex Forbes. Also includes drawings as well as letters to the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus written by Betty Forbes and Peg Forbes.

W. D. Euler correspondence

File consists of 5 letters between John Walter, the Kitchener Daily Record and William Daum Euler regarding Walter's request for a public debate with Euler over capitalism and the economy following comments made by Euler about private profit at an address in London, Ontario.

Included in the file:

  • John Walter to the Kitchener Daily Record Oct. 18, 1933 (2 copies);
  • John Walter to William Daum Euler, Kitchener Oct. 21, 1933;
  • William Daum Euler to John Walter, Kitchener Oct. 24, 1933;
  • John Walter to William Daum Euler, Kitchener Oct. 28, 1933;
  • William Daum Euler to John Walter, Kitchener Nov. 14, 1933;

Correspondence on locomotion 1959 on.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's research on locomotion. Includes correspondence on the subject of locomotion and a questionnaire regarding locomotion of dogs that Anne Innis Dagg submitted to breeders, a note made by her uncle Fred Quayle regarding the gait of giraffe, and some notes transcribed for her by her PhD supervisor Antoon de Vos on morphology and behaviour along with some notes on mice on the back of some of the correspondence. Includes a carbon copy of a review of Anne Innis Dagg and D.E. Windsor's article on the gaits of marsupialia and a list of equipment bought by Anne Innis Dagg to study locomotion.

Correspondents consist of:

  • Ballantyne, J.H.
  • Bourns, T.K.R.
  • Cameron, T.W.M.
  • Clarke, Michael
  • Corbin, Jim
  • Elder, William H.
  • Fisher, J.
  • Foster, Bristol
  • Gardner, Catherine
  • Hepburn, Robin L.
  • Hildebrand, Milton
  • Kruuk, Hans
  • Linnard, Larry
  • Manville, Richard H.
  • Nilson, Bob & Sheryl
  • Rabb, George B.
  • Roelofs, Paul F.
  • Simon, Noel
  • Vincent, J.
  • Voss, Gunter
  • Zug, George R.

Dagg, Anne Innis

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

Wes work

Material relating to J.Wesley Graham's employment at the University of Waterloo. Includes correspondence from Dean Schaus at Waterloo College and from Ralph Stanton, drafts and notes to himself regarding employment and studies, correspondence regarding remuneration and advancement at University of Waterloo, and general ephemera.

King, William Lyon Mackenzie to Arthur King.

Handwritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to his nephew Arthur King on January 8, 1923. King sends wishes of the season, thanks Arthur and his brother Lyon for the gift of a belt for Christmas and reminisces about his own childhood Christmases. Salutation: “Dear Arthur”; Signature: "Ever your loving uncle, Willie.”

King, William Lyon Mackenzie

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

Correspondence

Series is comprised of approximately 232 items of correspondence between Kay Rex and others. Also includes accompanying materials. Correspondents include:

  • [?], Betty;
  • [?], Bev;
  • [?], Etta;
  • [?], Fay;
  • [?], Flo,
  • [?], Dorothea;
  • [?], Frances;
  • [?], Jesse;
  • [?], Jo;
  • [?], John and Ellea;
  • [?], Margaret;
  • [?], Maud;
  • [?], May and Bill;
  • [?], Nick;
  • [?], Terry;
  • [R?], Mary;
  • Akiwenzie, Chief Ralph;
  • Arnott, Edythe and Al;
  • Barbens, Joan;
  • Bertrand, Luc;
  • Birtch, Gilberte;
  • Bordeleau, Christine J.
  • Bourassa, Robert
  • Boyd, Malcolm, Nora, Barbara, and Hugh
  • Burcher, Dorothy
  • Cameron, Christina
  • Cameron, Don
  • Canadian Council
  • Casgrain, Therese
  • Clark, Doris
  • Clark, W.E.
  • Cot, Dorothea
  • Dennis, Laddie
  • Department of Labour
  • Dimbert, Eleanor
  • Doak, Buckingham, Pressley and Perlmutter
  • Doyle, Richard J.
  • Edwards [?]
  • Edwards, Bess
  • Evans-Ehricht, Barbara
  • Evans-Ehricht, Mark & Barb
  • Evans-Ehricht, Mark and Barb
  • Filmon, Gary
  • Foote, Judy M.
  • Fraser, John
  • Freedman, Sonya
  • Gatenby, Greg
  • Hamilton, Pat
  • Hamm[?], Rene
  • Harcourt, Mike
  • Hartwell, G.O.
  • Hauschildt, Elda
  • Hodgson, Dorothy
  • Hollobon, Joan
  • Hurtig, Mel
  • Kemp, Barbara
  • Kiyoshik, Ramona
  • Kiyushk, Ramona
  • Krackovic, Elvira
  • Lenaham, Kim
  • Lobregt, Patricia D.
  • Ludwig, Doris
  • MaKeigon, Pearl
  • Mason, Madge B.
  • McCullum, Terry
  • McKenna, Frank
  • Megarry, A.R.
  • Montgomery, Malcolm
  • Padmore, Margaret
  • Parker, H.L.
  • Pearson, Shirley
  • Purcell, Gillis
  • Rae, Bob
  • Renwick, Cathy
  • Rex, Beverly
  • Rex, Kenneth
  • Rex, Sylvia
  • Romanow, Roy
  • Rumble, Verne
  • Sawyer, Glad
  • Scarse, Carole
  • Sky, Ruth C.
  • Smith, Sybil
  • Stewart, William
  • Tanzola Sorbara McClellan and Handler
  • Taylor, Gaie
  • Taylor-Turpim, Pam
  • Taylor-Turpin, Pam
  • Tomlinson, Lynne
  • Valcourt, Bernard
  • Van Fleet, Janis K.
  • Verbugge & Co.
  • Warren, Isobel
  • Webster, Art
  • Wellesley Hospital
  • Whalen, Barbara
  • Wright, C.F.

Rex, Kay

Sims, Rella May to Harvey J. Sims.

Waterloo: letter addressed to Harvey in Forest, relaying all the family news, describing their mother's reaction to a newspaper report that Harvey had almost drowned (includes envelope).

Sims family

60th anniversary celebration.

File consists of materials created and accumulated during the planning and execution of the Rotary Club of Kitchener 60th anniversary celebration. Includes programmes, invitations, a news release, correspondence and a speech transcript.

Rotary Club of Kitchener

Correspondence from Jamie Martin.

Correspondence from Jamie Martin, written from Alberta, Halifax, and Europe. Includes six letters to his mother and father and one letter to his Aunt Anna. One letter includes the original envelope. Most letters not dated.

Martin, John Gartshore

Federal and provincial government.

File consists of correspondence to and from G. Elmore Reaman relating to possible government employment and also to his pension. Includes one letter from Lester B. Pearson.

Reaman, George Elmore

Sims, Peter Harvey to Harvey J. Sims.

Step by step instructions for preparing Harvey's new house for occupancy, starting with liming the cellar and ending with papering and decorations (includes envelope).

Sims family

Correspondence

Series documents the management of Homer Watson’s paintings by Ross Hamilton and the Waterloo Trust and Savings Company. Consisting of correspondence between 1942 and 1949, many of the letters are addressed to Hamilton, from various galleries and museums, regarding the possible purchase or exhibition of Watson’s paintings. Other correspondence to note is a letter from the Waterloo Trust and Savings Company to Prime Minister Leslie M. Frost on displaying Watson’s work in Canada’s parliamentary buildings. There is also a letter dating to July 14, 1917 that was written by Watson’s adopted daughter, Mary Margaret.

Correspondence
1. to Alma from Mary Margaret Watson, Doon July 14, 1917

Correspondence re: Homer Watson
2. to Ross Hamilton from Estates Manager Oct. 13, 1942
3. to Ross Hamilton, Waterloo Trust from O.W. Scott Feb. 28, 1944
4. to Ross Hamilton from Lillian MacIntyre, St. Catharines Dec. 30, 1947
5. to Ross Hamilton from D. I. McLeod, Toronto Jan. 23, 1948
6. to Ross Hamilton from Max Stern, Dominion Gallery, Montreal Feb. 23, 1948
7. to Ross Hamilton from Paul Rainville, Provincial Museum, Quebec April 1, 1948
8. to Ross Hamilton from Robert Tyler Davis, Art Association Montreal April 30, 1948
9. to Ross Hamilton from Blake- More Godwin, Toledo Museum of Art Oct. 2, 1948
10. to P.V. Wilson, Waterloo Trust from D. A. Wanklyn, Montreal Feb. 3, 1948
11. to Hon. Leslie M. Frost from P.V. Wilson Nov. 24, 1949
12. to P.V. Wilson from E. J. Young, Waterloo Trust, Toronto Nov. 30, 1949
13. note re Homer Watson's paintings

Hamilton, Ross

Canadian agriculture in a global context.

Materials related to the conference "Canadian Agriculture in a Global Context" organized by the Centre on Foreign Policy, the University of Waterloo, and Wilfrid Laurier University. After the conference, John English and Irene Sage Knell edited a publication with some of the presentations. Includes the information about the conference, flyer promoting the publication, related correspondence, drafts of presentations, and receipts for print-outs of the drafts. Drafts of presentations are:

  • Second draft for “Notes on an international perspective on agriculture” by Josef M. van Brabant.
  • Presentation by Dennis Browne.
  • “Canadian agriculture in the global context : opportunities and obligations” by R. L. M Dawson.
  • “Planning Canada’s land resource base for sustainable production” by Dr. Edward W. Manning.
  • “Canadian-American relations and agricultural surpluses : the case of Barter” by Theodore Cohn with Inge Bailey.
  • “Canadian Agricultural transactions – commercial opportunities” by R. I. (Rick) Andrews.
  • “Canadian agricultural export capabilities” by J. C. Gilson.
  • Panel “Competition and cooperation among exporting nations” discussion paper “Canadian agriculture relations with the European community” by R. Higham.
  • “Closely watched grains : the political economy of Soviet and East European agriculture” by Lenard J. Cohen.
  • “Canada’s trade in grains and the China market” by William Miner.
  • “Hit and myth: consumer reality and free trade. International opportunities and obligations” by Robert R. Kerton.
  • “Canadian agriculture towards 2000” by Dr. Clayton M. Switzer.
  • “Financing agricultural exports” by G. Hammond.
  • “Agricultural relations between Western Nations : Canadian approaches” by Andrew Fenton Cooper.
  • Address by Harry Pelissero.
  • “That spade is a shovel” by C. A. Gracey.
  • “Politics and business : the Canada-China wheat trade 1960-1984” by Karen Minden.
  • “Export trade development – government assistance to the private sector” by Dennis Browne.
  • “Canadian-Japanese agricultural relations” by Michael W. Donelly.
  • “Notes for remarks: Agriculture in international trade negotiations” by Frank Stone.
  • “TNCs in agriculture and food-related fields: an overview of research at UNCTC” by Peter Hansen.

English, John

Correspondence With Department of the Interior, Technical Branch, regarding Surveying.

Correspondence from the Department of the Interior, Technical Branch, addressed to A.M. Bowman, Dominion Land Surveyor, in answer to his queries regarding interpretation of the instruction manual for filling out returns, as well as one draft letter in his hand. The geographical area in question is not mentioned but is probably the Township of Gladman[sp?], Nippissing, as a survey crew for this area is listed in SCA274-GA417-2-17 Notebook, for the fall of 1890.)

Bowman family

Correspondence.

Contains congratulatory correspondence, mostly, but not solely, with regard to N. Dane's acclamation as Provincial President for Ontario of the Business and Professional Women's Club in 1957. Several pieces of 1956 ephemera are also included, as are letters to Nazla Dane from Ellen Fairclough, John Diefenbaker and Keiller McKay in response to congratulations she had sent them.

Dane, Nazla L.

Correspondence, 1913-1919.

  • Date and Place from 1915 April 5 Whitby, Ont. To Pincock, Jenny From Hare, J.J. Attachments Letter of reference. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1913 December 31 Toronto, Ont. To Pincock, Jenny From Harrison, J.W.F. Attachments One leaf excerpts from newspaper reviews, of Jenny O'Hara's piano recital. Envelope, stamp removed. Notes ALs. Letter of reference from her piano teacher.

Maines Pincock Family

Lina (Nini) Neumeyer Raatz: letters, photographs, cards.

Correspondence primarily between Ulrich Sommer and Lina Neumeyer Raatz. Lina Neumeyer Raatz was Ulrich Sommer’s aunt and she lived in Germany. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as Lina’s death on January 21, 1969. Records include letters, postcards, poems, amateur drawings, and photographs of family members and friends.

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

Correspondence to Donald Richard Russell from Sophie Emma Schantz.

1 birthday card,1 letter, and a newspaper clipping.

Date and Place from: February 24, 1930 Kitchener [Ontario] To Russell, Donald Richard, 1929-1989 From Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 Attachments: Contains an unstamped envelope. This is a birthday card for Donald Russell's first birthday.

Date and Place from: September 22, 1933 Kitchener [Ontario] To Russell, Donald Richard, 1929-1989 From Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 Attachments: Contains a newspaper clipping from September 23, 1933 about Mr. Paul Breithaupt. No envelope.

Schantz Russell Family

Letters from Peg and Betty.

Letters from Betty and Peg Forbes to their mother, Millicent Lyall Forbes, during their time as students at Bishop Strachan School in Toronto, Ontario.

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

Correspondence : Newton W. Rowell.

  • Date and Place from: March 21, 1928 Edmonton, Alta. To Rowell, Newton W. From Murphy, Emily F. Notes: Ts. carbon, ms. notes.
  • Date and Place from: Aug. 12, 1929 Edmonton, Alta. To Rowell, Newton W. From Murphy, Emily F. Notes: Ts. carbon, signed, 2 copies.
  • Date and Place from: Jan. 13, 1930 Edmonton, Alta. To Rowell, Newton W. From Murphy, Emily F. Notes: Ts. carbon, signed.
  • Date and Place from: May 1, 1928 Toronto, Ont. To Murphy, Emily F. From Rowell, Newton W. Attachments: Enclosures. Notes: Ts. carbon copy.
  • Date and Place from: Nov. 21, 1928 Toronto, Ont. To Murphy, Emily F. From Rowell, Newton W. Attachments: Enclosures.
  • Date and Place from: Aug. 3, 1929 Toronto, Ont. To Murphy, Emily F. From Rowell, Newton W. Attachments: Enclosures.
  • Date and Place from: Jan. 6, 1930 Toronto, Ont. To Murphy, Emily F. From Rowell, Newton W. Attachments: Enclosures.

Murphy, Emily Ferguson

Sims, Peter Harvey to his wife Jemima Sims.

Letter from Peter H. Sims dated Guelph, Ontario, May 31, 1880 to his wife Jemima Sims, on the way to Mount Forest where he has been called suddenly. Jemima and the children are not at home; he reassures her that he has left everything locked up, that he is lonely without the family, and that he is downhearted about serious business losses.

Sims family

King, William Lyon Mackenzie to Arthur King.

Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to his nephew Arthur King on December 22, 1942. Arthur has apparently had pneumonia and King offers recovery advice, including a check-up by Arthur’s uncle Dr. Harold Wookey. King includes detailed suggestions for a proposed overnight stay at Laurier House on an unspecified date. King sends Christmas wishes through Arthur to Arthur’s fiancée Kathleen Thomas and to Mr. and Mrs. Rean (Arthur's brother Lyon’s in-laws) in Toronto.
King describes in detail the portrait he has had taken by Yousef Karsh as a Christmas gift to all family members, “which has a very special interest.” King describes the location of the portrait as the library at Laurier House, describes the significance of the table and the significance of some of the objects placed on it. He adds “there are other features of special interest of which I shall have to tell you at some future time.” King enlarges on his reasons for self-documentation at this particular time: “One can never say how long one may continue to be in office. This picture, being taken at a time of war, and signed by myself while in office as Prime Minister, will make it, I am sure, an acceptable gift to you.”
Salutation: “My Dear Arthur” [handwritten]; Signature: “With lots of love, Yours affectionately, Uncle Willie" [handwritten].
Includes handwritten corrections.

King, William Lyon Mackenzie

Related issue : nuclear issues : petition on acid rain.

File consists of material relating to nuclear power and nuclear waste. Includes newspaper clippings (some photocopied); correspondence (some photocopied); draft correspondence; notes; pages photocopied from books, newsletters, and reports about nuclear power; material produced by Ontario Hydro; material produced by independent political candidates; and other material. Includes correspondence between Godfrey and Ontario Premier William Davis.

Godfrey, Judy

Familienbriefe: 1969-1971.

Correspondence between various members of the Sommer family including letters that describe Cornelius Sommer’s European vacation and Angelika Sommer’s political involvement in Germany, her Marxist beliefs and her plans to pursue post-secondary education in Germany. Some letters also indicate that Angelika Sommer met and was dating Uwe Schriever, who later becomes her husband. Also includes greeting cards, postcards, a pamphlet, and photographs of Uwe Schriever, and the wedding of Friedemann and Petra (surnames unknown) in March 1970.

Zoological correspondence, general and miscellaneous 1976-1977.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's zoological research. Includes correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg regarding both her research on giraffe, her teaching position at the University of Waterloo and her translation and review work. Includes 6 ts. carbon copies of book reviews by Anne Innis Dagg written for the Canadian Field Naturalist.
Includes works by Anne Innis Dagg: unpublished paper: "The wolverine and its future in Canada." written with Craig A. Campbell, (1977), 7 leaves, ts. carbon. submitted to Nature Canada but not accepted.

Correspondents include:

  • Chaline, Jean
  • Dacus, Angie
  • Eedy, Wilson
  • Ewer, Jakes
  • Falls, Bruce
  • Glew, Frank
  • Grieve, J.A.
  • Gunderson, Harvey L.
  • Hoar, W.S.
  • Longley, R.
  • Marshall, Joyce
  • Marshall, William H.
  • Morton, J.K.
  • Petter, F.
  • Poland, [Gurth?]
  • Priddle, G.B.
  • Rick, Anne M.
  • Roseborough, J.Douglas
  • Russell, Anthony P.
  • Sheppard, Arnet J.
  • Silverstein, R.M.
  • Simeone, John B.
  • Steiner, Andre L.
  • Weintraub, Joel D.
  • Weseloh, D.V.
  • Wilson, Don E.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Kay Kritzwiser.

Research notes and materials created or accumulated by Donna Jean MacKinnon about Kay Kritzwiser. Includes photographs of Kritzwiser’s personal life, newspaper articles by and about Kritzwiser, correspondence between Kritzwiser and MacKinnon, handwritten notes and other documentation accumulated by MacKinnon (such as correspondence with artists profiled by Kritzwiser and correspondence received by Kritzwiser about the awarding of the Commemorative Medal). Also includes drafts of Kritzwiser's chapter and end notes in Newsgirls.

MacKinnon, Donna Jean

New daughter

Letter from Jacob Anthes to his parents, Martin and Catharine regarding the birth of daughter Martha Magdalena, indicating that she and his wife, Magdalena Stricker, are doing well. He also notes that the church construction is progressing quickly and that the apples arrived.

Rieder and Anthes family

Correspondence, 1937.

  • Date and Place from [1937] April 6 Los Angeles, Ca. To Pincock, Jenny From Austin, Alma Attachments Envelope, with stamps. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1937 June 9 Los Angeles, Ca. To Pincock, Jenny From Austin, Alma Notes ACs. Post card, without stamp.
  • Date and Place from 1937 October 8 Los Angeles, Ca. To Pincock, Jenny From Austin, Alma Notes ACs. Post card, without stamp.
  • Date and Place from 1937 December 23 Los Angeles, Ca. To Pincock, Jenny From Austin, Alma Notes ACs. Post Card, without stamp.
  • Date and Place from 1937 May 5 Hershey, Penna. To Pincock, Jenny From Deets, Roy W. Notes TLs
  • Date and Place from 1937 October 10 Rochester, N. H. To Pincock, Jenny From Sanborn, Lillian Attachments Envelope, with stamp Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1937 January 11 Holcomb, N.Y. To Pincock, Jenny From Wright, Harry M. Notes TLs
  • Date and Place from 1937 May 18 Kitchener, Ont. To Deets, Roy W. From Pincock, Jenny Notes TLs (draft copy)
  • Date and Place from 1937 October 5 Kitchener, Ont. To Sanborn, Lillian From Pincock, Jenny Notes TL. Has a rough draft of a letter on the back.
  • Date and Place from 1937 May 10 Winnipeg, Man. To Maines, Rev. Fred J.T. From Wood, W.R. Notes : ALs

Maines Pincock Family

Correspondence.

178 items of correspondence primarily from the Bolender family living in Nigeria to family and friends in Canada, as well as a few items addressed to the Bolenders.

Bolender Ball Family

Hancock, Irene to Ray Strachey.

Correspondence from Irene Hancock to Ray Strachey, largely discussing the health of, and plans for, Barbara. Irene indicates that Barbara does not want to stay in Vienna but that she may again change her mind on this. As well, Irene states that Barbara has been unwell for the week and suspects that she may be anemic.

Hancock, Irene

Canadian observer group for elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to his role as an election observer in the Canadian observer group for elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina that were held on September 14, 1996. Records include correspondence, a report, a reference guide, a training manual, notes, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Hailer, John Jacob to Jacob Wagner.

Correspondence from John Jacob Hailer to his son-in-law Jacob Wagner and daughter Margaret Hailer Wagner. The letter discusses the health of their family and local families, including an eye sickness that is going around. As well, John Jacob talks about the plight of their church and the bountiful summer crops. He ends the letter by sending greetings to new born Louis Henry Wagner and infant Catherine Wagner, and a post script indicates that Catherine Wirtz is supposed to come into a sum of money.

Wagner Hailer family

1974

File consists of correspondence, ephemera, articles, and more for the year 1974.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Hauch, J.R. to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from J.R. Hauch to Louis Henry Wagner. The postcard discusses Hauch having to go before a tribunal and would Louis Henry attend, and also bring a basket of grapes.

Wagner Hailer family

1975-1976.

File consists of correspondence, ephemera, articles, and more for the years 1975-1976

Dagg, Anne Innis

Canadian-Hungarian relations.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament documenting his personal interest and political involvement in matters relating to Canadian-Hungarian relations. Many records detail Telegdi’s diplomatic trip to Hungary to attend the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe in 1994 with Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister of Canada, and Telegdi’s participation in the 1996 Jimmy Carter Work Project building detached homes in Gödöllő, Hungary. Also includes material related to the decoration of Telegdi’s mother, Elenora “Nora” Telegdi, with the Small Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary for her activities for Hungarian communities beyond Hungary’s borders. Records include correspondence, news releases, conference material, invitations, tickets, programs, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Sims, William Harvey to Harvey J. Sims.

Letter from William Harvey Sims dated April 7, [1930?], Toronto to his father Harvey J. Sims, concerning financial matters and his Osgoode Hall graduating banquet the night before.

Sims family

News : 1987.

File consists of page proofs for the association newsletter for 1987. File also includes some flyers, a small amount of correspondence, and a final copy of one newsletter.

Central Ontario Art Association

1977

File consists of correspondence, ephemera, articles, and more for the year 1977.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Black Ontario.

Materials related to the conference “400 years: African Canadian History” organized by the Multicultural History Society of Ontario in collaboration with the Ontario Black History Society, on June 14-17, 1990, where James Walker acted as chair in the session “African Canadian History before 1900.” Includes program, notes, pamphlet, related correspondence, pamphlet for the Ontario Black History Society, and honorarium for participating.

Walker, James

Federal electoral boundary readjustment.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to a proposed federal electoral boundary readjustment including changes to the Waterloo riding boundaries. The material primarily documents Telegdi’s political involvement in the matter. Records include correspondence, news releases, reports, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

1978

File consists of correspondence, ephemera, articles, and more for the year 1978.

Dagg, Anne Innis

South Asians in Canadian Immigration policy Shastri conf[erence].

Materials related to the conference “South Asians in Canada” organized by the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, in Ottawa, in 1990, where James Walker participated with a paper titled “South Asians in Canadian Immigration policy: a historical overview.” Includes printout of James Walker's presentation and related correspondence.

Walker, James

Sharpe, Nellie to Harvey J. Sims.

Letter from Nellie Sharpe dated July 27, 1930, Winnipeg, Manitoba to her cousin Harvey J. Sims, conveying the news that their mutual uncle, William Andrew Sims, had died in New Westminster, B.C. on July 21 or 22. She says of him, "he was a harder man than your father [Peter H. Sims] or mine [James C. Sims], not the genial temperament they had."

Sims family

Correspondence to Dorothy Etta White from Grace.

7 letters.

Date and Place from: September 19, 1922 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Date and Place from: October 20, 1922 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Date and Place from: November 8, 1922 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Date and Place from: February 6, 1923 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Date and Place from: May 23, 1923 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Date and Place from: March 8, 1923 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Date and Place from: November 28, 1923 Woodstock [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Grace Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Schantz Russell Family

Correspondence to Dorothy Etta White from Mabel Herner.

2 letters.

Date and Place from: November 3, 1920 Kitchener [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Herner, Mabel Attachments: No envelope.

Date and Place from: March 13, 1921 Kitchener [Ontario] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Herner, Mabel Attachments: Contains a stamped envelope.

Schantz Russell Family

1979

File consists of correspondence, ephemera, articles, and more for the year 1979.

Dagg, Anne Innis

High technology industry.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the development of the high technology industry and infrastructure in Waterloo, Ontario. The material documents the opinions of some constituents as well as Telegdi’s political involvement in the matter. Records include correspondence, invitations, schedules, news releases, reports, notes, meeting agendas and minutes, press clippings, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Dean of Arts public lecture.

Materials related to the Arts Faculty Lecture Series at the University of Waterloo, in 1990-1991, where James Walker participated with a paper titled “Canada’s Race relations crisis: myth and reality.” Includes printout of Walker's paper, related correspondence, a poster of the event, and drafts of the speech.

Walker, James

Arctic research.

Correspondence received from Adele Buckley through the list-serv arctic-nuclear-weapon-free. Includes articles by:

  • “The Northwest passage in competition? No such Thing” by Franklyn Griffiths,
  • “Trapped microbes might release potent emissions” by Rosanne Skirble ,
  • “Denmark supports China’s application for observer status on the Arctic Council” by Lucas Jackson,
  • “Norway’s Honorary Consul to Arkhangelsk” by Andrey Shalyov,
  • “Exploring Arctic with Denmark” by Korea Herald,
  • “The Copenhagen Post” by Mads Flarup Christensen,
  • “Harper stands firm on sovereignty as China eyes Arctic resources” by Gloria Galloway,
  • “Canadian icebreaker joins the polar parade” by Paul Koring.
    Also contains correspondence received by the director of the Arctic Centre.

English, John

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