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Greb, Charles E. Kitchener
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Class photograph : grades 7 and 8c, Suddaby School, Kitchener, Ontario.

A group portrait of approximately 36 students and their teachers in grades 7 and 8c from Suddaby School in Kitchener, Ontario. The students and teachers are posed on the front steps of the school.

Some of the students in the photograph have been identified including:

  • Charles Greb (third row, first from the left)
  • Mary Ham (second row, sixth from the left)
  • Miss Knechtel (second row, eleventh from the left)
  • Marion Eckel Gellatlyl (third row, fifth from the left)
  • Ruth Mary Hatton (third row, sixth from the left)
  • Ruth Bean (third row, ninth from the left)
  • John Whalley (fourth row, fourth from the left)

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 1 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 2 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Hush Puppies World Conference, 1974.

File consists of material relating to the organization and publicity of the Kitchener portion of the Hush Puppies World Conference held in 1974. Includes news releases, press clippings, incoming and outgoing correspondence of Charles E. Greb (including thank-you letters from conference delegates), agendas, Wolverine advertising material, and other documents.

File also includes photographs of Charles E. Greb [at the Calgary portion of the conference?], the delegates outside the Greb offices on Ardelt Avenue (Kitchener), and others.

Greb Industries Limited