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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

Arts lecture part 2.

File consists of one videocassette (VHS) of an arts lecture by Suits titled "Games & Utopia : Posthumous Reflections."

Suits, Bernard

Arts lecture part 1.

File consists of videocassette (VHS) of an arts lecture give by Suits titled "Games & Utopia : Posthumous Reflections."

Suits, Bernard

"Life after life".

Contains a copy of a documentary funded by the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation, the United Way of K-W, K-W House Churches, The Mennonite Central Committee, Wilfrid Laurier University : Faculty of Scoial Work, and the Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

R. Forbes & Co. Ltd. film

  • SCA316-GA352
  • Fonds
  • [191-]

File consists of one film reel showing the exterior and operations of the R. Forbes Co. woollen mill in Hespeler (Cambridge), Ontario. The mill would later become the Dominion Woollen and Worsted Mill.

R. Forbes & Co. Ltd.

GRCA Prologue, 1976; Galt Flood, April 6, 1929.

Consists of a DVD transfer of a two 16 mm films: GRCA prologue / Summit Film Productions Limited [for the Grand River Conservation Authority.] - [Reproduced 1978 (originally created 1929)]. and Galt flood, April 6, 1929 : original material for master and working print. - 1929.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Chicopee, 1935-36 and early 1940s.

Consists of a videocassette transfer
of a film of skiers at the Chicopee Ski Club, Kitchener, Ont. as it appeared in 1935-36 and in the early 1940s. The maker of the film is identified as Norman Schneider on the original listing provided by the GRCA.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Films

Series consists of film reels and DVD copies of home movies shot by the Guy family. Includes films showing family members and friends participating in various activities both on vacation and at home in Waterloo. Many of the films show 110 John Boulevard and the early development of the Westmount region of Waterloo.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. Film shows family activities at Big Bay and Lake Rosseau including boating, children, a sunset, vacationing with friends, and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Chicopee, 1935-36 and early 1940s.

Consists of a DVD transfer from a videocassette of a film of skiers at the Chicopee Ski Club, Kitchener, Ont. as it appeared in 1935-36 and in the early 1940s. The maker of the film is identified as Norman Schneider on the original listing provided by the GRCA.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. The film shows family activities at Big Bay and in Waterloo including babies, a boat regatta, hydro place races, playing hockey, and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Shand Dam construction, 1937-1939.

Consists of a DVD transfer of a videocassette of 8 mm film footage of the construction of the Shand Dam, near Belwood, Ont. The footage was probably taken by Hugh Templin, GRCA commissioner and editor of the Fergus News Record.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Shand Dam construction, 1937-1939.

Consists of a videocassette transfer of 8 mm film footage of the construction of the Shand Dam, near Belwood, Ont. The footage was probably taken by Hugh Templin, GRCA Commissioner and editor of the Fergus News Record.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. Film shows family activities in New York, Waterloo and Bermuda including children, winter activities, fishing, vacationing and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Shand Dam construction and royal visit, 1939.

Consists of DVD transfer of videocassette of 8 mm film footage of the construction of the Shand Dam near Belwood, Ont. and of the disembarking of HRH George VI and Queen Elizabeth from the royal train at Guelph, Ont. in 1939. The film was made by Ron Muller.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Hugh Templin movies, no.2.

Consists of a videocassette transfer of 8 mm film footage including scenes of the CPR rail yards possibly in Elora or Fergus, Ont.; snow removal activities after a major snowstorm in an unidentified location, possibly Fergus, Ont.; and a building demolition. The footage was taken by Hugh Templin, GRCA Commissioner and editor of the Fergus News Record, Fergus, Ont.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Chicopee archival footage.

Consists of DVD transfer of a videocassette of a 16 mm movie of skiers at the Chicopee Ski Club, Kitchener, Ontario in the 1940s. The film was made by Norman Schneider and narration was added later by Herb Schneider, and Ralph Beaumont and Jim Bauer of the Grand River Conservation Authority.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Shand Dam construction : edited version.

Consists of a DVD transfer of a videocassette of edited 8 mm film footage of the Shand Dam near Belwood, Ont. during its construction and after its completion. Also appears to include scenes from the opening ceremony of the Shand Dam. The film was made by Hugh Templin, GRCA Commissioner and editor of the Fergus News Record, Fergus, Ont.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Shand Dam construction / Hugh Templin.

Consists of a DVD transfer of a videocassette of 8 mm film footage of various phases of the construction of the Shand Dam and Lake Belwood, near Belwood, Ont. The footage was taken by Hugh Templin, a commissioner of the Grand River Conservation Commission and editor of the Fergus News Record.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Hugh Templin movies, no.2.

Consists of a DVD transfer of a videocassette of 8 mm film footage including scenes of the CPR rail yards possibly in Elora or Fergus, Ont.; snow removal activities after a major snowstorm in an unidentified location, possibly Fergus, Ont.; and a building demolition. The footage was taken by Hugh Templin, GRCA Commissioner and editor of the Fergus News Record, Fergus, Ont.

Grand River Conservation Authority

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