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Brief Remarks by Members audio reel

Recording made by Marjorie McEnaney, with remarks by:

  • Sybil Young,
  • Mona Clark,
  • Corinne Noonan,
  • Marjorie McEnaney,
  • Margaret Zieman,
  • Ruth Hammond,
  • Lyn Harrington,
  • Helen Hewson,
  • Jean Breithaupt,
  • Jean Hibbert,
  • Estelle Craig,
  • Elizabeth Trott,
  • Sonia Graham.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Payne, Margaret, daughter of William Rohleder.

Margaret Payne interviewed by Herb and Betty Schneider. Margaret Payne's father, William Rohleder, was J.M. Schneider's first employee.Includes two audio cassettes, interview questions and notes. Also includes a copy of Rych Mills Kitchener (Berlin), 1880-1960, snapshots of Margaret Payne with Herb and Betty Schneider and a snapshot of a framed group photograph and identifications:
Wilhelm Oppermann, John Meissner, Wilhelm Rohleder, his daughter Emma, Conrad Bitzer, Kaspar Oschmann, William Motz, Dr. J.E. Hett, Herman Rathmann, John Motz (Sheriff), Karl Kruse, Frieda Müller (Daughter of Karl Müller), Henry Oswald.

Schneider, J.M. family

Dare.

Contains one audio reel with two tracks. The first track is 60 seconds in length and the second is music only.

Dare Foods Limited

Audition CHNO Sudbury.

Contains one audio reel of an audition for CHNO Sudbury, Ontario, sponsored by Dare Foods Limited.

Dare Foods Limited

French pack show (Folies Brock).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette contains French Pack Road Show (Folies Brock) in French. The other side contains an explanation of the new logo and biscuit packaging design in 1975. The explanation appears to have accompanied a slide show.

Dare Foods Limited

Packaging road show : 1st take.

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is a recording of a meeting and slide show explaining the changes in Dare product packaging which were required. As a result of the Consumer Packing and Labelling Act passed by the government on March 1, 1974, to be implemented by Dare by March 1, 1976.

Dare Foods Limited

Packaged cookies, July 7, 1983.

Contains one audio cassette recording of group 2, 7:00 p.m., recorder #2. The audio cassette was created by Western Michigan Research and is a recording of a group discussion of 12 women led by a host identified as "Fred" on the topic of packaged cookies. The women were informed that they were recorded and observed from a one-way mirror. The discussion consists of the host asking the women questions such as "What do you have at home for people to munch on?" and the women discussing their answers.

Dare Foods Limited

Cookies 6:00 pm P#858B, April 9, 1986 (file 1 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 1 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions were led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Cookies 8:00 pm P#858B, April 9, 1986 (file 2 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 2 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions are led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Cookies 8:00 pm P#858B, April 9, 1986 (file 1 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 1 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions were led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Cookies 8:00 pm P#858B, April 9, 1986 (file 2 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 1 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions were led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Facility 2:00 pm P#858B, April 10, 1986 (file 1 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 1 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions commenced at 2:00 p.m. and are led by a host identified as and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Facility 2:00 pm P#858B, April 10, 1986 (file 2 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 2 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions commenced at 2:00 p.m. and are led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Facility 4:00 pm P#858, April 10, 1986 (file 1 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 1 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions commenced at 4:00 p.m. and are led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

Facility 4:00 pm P#858, April 10, 1986 (file 2 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette. The audio cassette is tape 2 of 2, a recording of consumer discussions held in Toronto. The discussions commenced at 4:00 p.m. and are led by a host identified as "Susan" and consist of a panel of women. The host explains that the discussion is being recorded and that they are observed from a one-way mirror. The women introduce themselves by first name only and describe their family composition and lifestyle. The tapes continue with a discussion of cookies.

Dare Foods Limited

IMF.

Contains one audio cassette consisting of a dramatized recording promoting marketing and sales staff to have a new product in full distribution within 14 days.

Dare Foods Limited

Tropical rain forest.

Contains one audio cassette recording of tropical rain forest sounds including bird calls.

Dare Foods Limited

Big Ned P.r.r.i.d.e. (file 1 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette recording of Big Ned singing his P.r.r.i.d.e. song, which was intended to motivate Dare Foods sales personnel.

Dare Foods Limited

Big Ned P.r.r.i.d.e. (file 2 of 2).

Contains one audio cassette recording of Big Ned singing his P.r.r.i.d.e. song, which was intended to motivate Dare Foods sales personnel.

Dare Foods Limited

Green foods / [prepared by] The Martland Group.

Contains one audio cassette recording of the CBC radio show "Metro Morning" reporter on the environment, Marjorie Lamb, introducing environmentally friendly foods. Marjorie and the host of "Metro Morning" discuss Bridgehead's Rainforest Crunch and Dare's newly released Rainforest cookies. Side B of the cassette is a recording of an interview with Bryan Dare on CFRB radio. The interviewer and Bryan Dare discuss several aspects of the cookies including the fact that the cashews and brazil nuts used in the cookies were acquired from Cultural Survival, a non-profit organization associated with Harvard University.

Dare Foods Limited

Interviews with Electrohome employees.

File consists of 17 audio cassettes containing interviews with former Electrohome employees and members of the Pollock family. Includes interviews with John A. Pollock, Barbara Steele (daughter of Carl A. Pollock), and Alex Welker (partner of Arthur B. Pollock), as well as interviews with former employees, some of whom began working at the company in the 1920s and 1930s. Most interviews were conducted in 1996 by Ray Stanton and Nicola McLaughlin as part of the research for the company history by Stanton, Visionary Thinking: The Story of Canada's Electrohome.

The cassettes included are:
1. Interview with Alex Welker (1) (ca. 1 hr., 1 min.).
2. Interview with Alex Welker (2) (ca. 25 min.).
3. Interview with five retired employees by Gary McLaren. (Employees interviewed and start dates: Agnes Ellert - 1931, Gord Fowler - 1937, Harvey Durst - 1937, Clyde Hymler - 1931, John Koegler - 1921) (ca. 1 hr., 33 min.).
4. Interview with John A. Pollock, William McGregor, by Ray Stanton regarding company history book (ca. 39 min.).
5. Interview with Albert Lukan by Nicola McLaughlin (ca. 37 min.). (Lukan started in 1955)
6. Interview with Les Rowsell by Nicola McLaughlin (ca. 45 min.). (Rowsell started in 1945)
7. Interview with Dave Lowater, Herb Lapier by Nicola McLaughlin; interview with Doug Wismer by Ray Stanton (ca. 44 min.).
8. Interview with Robert Lovell by Nicola McLaughlin (ca. 1 hr., 29 min.).
9. Interview with Don Harrold, Jim Washburn by Nicola McLaughlin (ca. 34 min.).
10. Interview with Donald Sykes by [Ray Stanton ?] (ca. 31 min.).
11. Interview with Al Zettle, Anne Livingstone by Nicola McLaughlin (ca. 25 min.). (Livingstone started in 1954)
12. Interview with Mr. & Mrs. Runge by Nicola McLaughlin (ca. 1 hr., 10 min.). (Started in 1945)
13. Interview with Quarter Century Club members (ca. 45 min.).
14. Interviews with Quarter Century Club members at annual dinner (ca. 25 min.).
15. Interview with Barbara Steele by Ray Stanton (1) (ca. 1 hr., 34 min.).
16. Interview with Barbara Steele by Ray Stanton (2), and miscellaneous (ca. 53 min.).
17. Interview with John A. Pollock by Ray Stanton (ca. 1 hr., 7 min.).

Electrohome

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