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Schneider family : group at Freeport.

One informal group portrait of fifteen people, posed outdoors at Emmie Anthes' property at Freeport. Identifications on verso: standing, left to right: unidentified woman; unidentified woman; Walter V. Siegner, Irmengarde Hagen, Ethel Lapsley Schneider, Ohnerene Hagen, Brodie Koenig (son of Margaret Hachborn); Edith Ahrens MacDonald, Norman C. Schneider. Seated: Emmie Anthes, Emma Schneider Siegner, Ella Daniels Schneider, Mabel Ahrens Picard, unidentified girl, unidentified man.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens, Florence : family.

Envelope of snapshots labelled "Miss Ahrens". The photographs include: Mabel and Bill Picard wedding (4 snapshots, Mabel and Bill Pickard, Norman Schneider, Florence Ahrens); Emma Ahrens and Walter Siegner wedding,1920 (2 snapshots); "Mac" Macdonald and Edith Ahrens wedding (1 snapshot); Ahrens cottage at Grand Bend called "Berlin" (1 snapshot); Church of the Good Shepherd interior (1 snapshot); grape farm near St. David's (2 snapshots); many unidentified friends (15 snapshots); Hebert J. Schneider (1 snapshot). The negatives are of an unidentified golfer and an unidentified family group.

Schneider, J.M. family

Unidentified group portrait.

Group portrait taken outside at the Sims home (note in scrapbook), Kitchener, Ont. Occasion not specified, possibly the visit by British Air Admiral Lord Trenchard.

Back row, left to right: Major Hal Ballantyne, A.E. Martin, Lieut. Ken Sims, Lieut. Norman C. Schneider.

Front row, left to right: Major Heather, Col. H.J. Sims Q.C., Lord Trenchard, British Air Admiral, Hon. W.D. Euler M.P., Louis Lang.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schneider, Norman C. laying cornerstone.

Norman C. Schneider laying cornerstone of the new Federal Building for the Department of National Revenue on Frederick St. in Kitchener, Ontario on August 15, 1957. Note in scrapbook by Norman C. Schneider: Additional picture and my speech is 10 pages farther in this book, Aug. 19, 1957.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

50th Anniversary speech.

Consists of Norman C. Schneider's remarks (manuscript, original) to the family on May 20, 1975 at the Charcoal Steak House on the occasion of his 50th wedding anniversary. It includes reminiscences about his family's history: the J.M Schneider home on Courtland Ave., births known as "Lantern night" with family members moving between four homes in a row bringing lanterns and hot water. Also includes a brief background on Ethel Schneider's family and how she came to live next door to Norman's family.

Schneider, Norman Christoph