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View of Berlin factories.

File consists of a photograph (postcard, blank) of a view of Berlin, taken from a high vantage point, showing several factories and smoke towers.

Rieder and Anthes family

Ahrens cousins.

One snapshot of, left to right from centre, Florence, Carl and Lottie Ahrens with two unidentified people at left sitting on a picnic table, Freeport Bridge [?] in background.

Schneider, J.M. family

Clement family.

File consists of three identical group portraits (two mounted) of the sons of Janie and E.P. Clement by Bellsmith, Berlin, Ont. Left to right are: Edwin Oliver, William Pope, David Ward, and Charles Bowlby. Photographer: Bellsmith, Berlin.

Clement Bowlby Family

Edward Street water tower.

File consists of two photographs and a postcard of the Edward Street (now Duke Street) water tower in Kitchener.

Pequegnat, Marcel

C.H. Doerr and Company : exterior of plant.

Photograph of the exterior of the C.H. Doerr & Co. Confectionery Works building. A man in a suit and hat is standing in the front doorway and a driver is visible standing on a horse drawn cart piled with boxes at the side of the building.

Dare Foods Limited

Alma St. Church meeting.

Group portrait possibly of a meeting of officials of the of Alma Street United Brethren in Christ Church taken outside. Identified on the verso are Rev. S.H. Swartz (centre in front of doors), President Bangs of Huntington College Indiana (front row, 3rd from right), Rev. Stanton, Lautenschlager, Rev. Howe, and Rev. Burton.

Schantz Russell Family

Crossley and Hunter.

Studio portrait of evangelists Hugh Crossley and John Hunter. Crossley is seen with legs crossed, looking off camera and paper in left hand. Hunter is seated on the arm of a chair next to him with right arm propped on Crossley's shoulder, looking at camera.

Schantz Russell Family

Plant 6 and Plant 10.

File consists of negatives and contact sheets depicting the interior and exterior of Plant 6 (Kitchener industrial park) and Plant 10 (Cambridge).

Electrohome

Plant, Waterloo.

File consists of 1 aerial view photograph of Seagram plant and surrounding area illustration.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Schneider, Johann Christoph : farm.

Modern copy of a photograph showing Johann Christoph Schneider's farm in the Highland Rd-Lawrence Ave. area of Kitchener, ca. 1900. Includes a copy print, 13 x 18 cm.

Schneider, J.M. family

King St., Waterloo.

This photograph, ca. 1900, shows a woman crossing the West side of King St. North in Waterloo. The street railway tracks are clearly visible, as are the storefronts with awnings down. The most visible sign is "J. Schondelmayer." A German flag is hanging from an upper window and store fronts appear to be decorated with greenery.

Company of Neighbours

Clement, David Ward.

File consists of one full body studio portrait of David Ward Clement by Kennedy, Guelph, Ont. He is shown sitting in front of a mirror wearing a white lace gown.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, David Ward.

File consists of one full body studio portrait of David Ward Clement by Green & Co., Berlin, Ont. He is shown sitting in front of a mirror wearing a white lace gown, holding up one finger.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, William Pope.

File consists of one snapshot of William Pope Clement mowing the grass at the family home at 51 Benton St., Kitchener, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

Martin and Wilson families.

Photographs of the Martin and Wilson families. Includes snapshots of John Alexander and Jessie Martin; their sons and daughters-in-law Wilson and Dorothy, Jamie, and John and Mary Ann; and their grandchildren. Includes snapshots of Jessie Martin's parents, Richard and Margaret Wilson, and her siblings; and of John Alexander's parents, Rev. William and Christena Martin, and other family members.

File also includes snapshots of other people, likely family friends. Most photographs are taken in Waterloo as well as other locations around Ontario.

Martin, John Gartshore

Correspondence.

File consists of an unaddressed letter written by Ella Anthes Cook, an unsigned letter received by Ella, and a letter and postcard received by Ella from H. Milton Cook. Postcard contains a photograph of Cook with two other men in front of a pavilion, Woodside [farm?], Waterloo.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Martha family : snapshots : miscellaneous.

File consists of miscellaneous snapshots, most of which were probably accumulated by Martha Rieder. Includes snapshots of Martha Rieder, her children, and grandchildren, as well as other family members and friends. Talmon Henry Rieder is present in some snapshots. Many photographs include members of the families of John C. and Carrie Breithaupt, Albert and Louisa Breithaupt, and H. Milton and Ella Anthes Cook; Alma and Eva Rieder are also present in some photographs.

Photographs were taken at Penetanguishene, Georgian Bay, on Lake Huron, Port Dalhousie and other travel destinations; at various cottages; at the Rieder home at 58 Roy Street in Kitchener; and other locations. File also includes a colour print-out of a photograph Margaret Paisley [?] and an unidentified woman.

Rieder and Anthes family

Seagram's distillery.

Photograph taken from a newspaper print? Exterior of the distillery and flour mill built in 1857 at corner of Erb and Caroline Streets. Note the horse drawn wagon.

Company of Neighbours

Family Papers.

Material related to the lives and activities of members of the Augustine and Kaufman families of Kitchener, Ontario and of the Ham family of Toronto, Ontario, in particular of the parents, aunt and grandparents of Mary Ham.

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Plant, Waterloo.

File consists of 1 aerial photograph of Seagram plant and surrounding area illustration.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Distillery.

File consists of 1 photograph of Seagram distillery in field.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Bowman family.

Photographs of Hervey Bowman, a house on Church St., Kitchener, and a house on Roland St., Kitchener. Note that the photographs were found with correspondence between Franklin Abram Schantz and Franklin Bowman regarding Hervey Bowman's death.

Schantz Russell Family

Negatives.

File consists of five negatives showing images of University of Waterloo, Mennonite women, Castle Kilbride and a park.

Rex, Kay

Barber shop exterior.

Jacob Brandt standing in front of his Brandt's Ideal Shaving Parlour which is decorated with greenery, welcome signs and British and American flags possibly for the Saengerfest celebrations. Unidentified man standing to the left. Shaving parlour located at the rear of the Bank of Toronto, on north-west corner of King and Erb Streets next to the Post Office building.
Listed in 1901 and 1907 Vernon Directory, but not in 1913.

Company of Neighbours

Waterloo Meat Market, King St.: shop interior.

Interior of John B. Fischer's butcher shop located at King Street north. Note ceiling fan, carcasses hanging and the preparation area with two unidentified butchers. Two men in suits standing on left side. John B. Fischer served as Mayor of Waterloo in 1908 and again 1912-1913.
Butcher shop opened in 1874. 1913 and 1927 Vernon Directories list an Edgar J. Fischer, Butcher in this same location.

Company of Neighbours

Tobacco shop: interior.

Photo shows interior Strum Brothers Tobacco and Barber. The stuffed raccoon, and moose head are gone, but the print of Seagram's King's Plate winners is still there.

Company of Neighbours

Roesch's Grocery Store, King and Dupont, Waterloo: l-r, Rolly Plantz, Andy Roesch.

Interior of Roesch's Grocery store with Andrew Roesch on the left and Roland Planz on the right.
Roesch's obituary states that he and his wife adopted his four nephews Harry, Roland, Charles and Clayton Plantz [sic], so this is likely his nephew (spelled Planz on the photo) with him. Building located at 21 King Street North, west side south of Dupont Street.

Company of Neighbours

Clement, Edwin Perry.

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of Edwin Perry Clement by Law, Preston, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Florence Grace.

File consists of photographs from Florence Grace Clement's album book. Photographs include those of Florence's 95th birthday as well as other events, friends, and family.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Janie Elizabeth Bowlby

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement. Janie is shown wearing a boa with a comb in her hair.

Clement Bowlby Family

Houses.

Photographs of houses, including the Martin residence at 41 Allen Street East, Waterloo [?]; the home of Wilson and Dorothy Martin at 155 Dunrae Avenue in Mount-Royal, Quebec; the home of R.T. Wilson in Dundas, Ontario; the Kabel's 'restful home'; and other unidentified houses.

Martin, John Gartshore

Berlin Fire Brigade, Throwing Stream Over St. Paul's Church.

Copy negative of Page 78 of Twentieth Century Number of Busy Berlin showing fire brigade in action at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Queen St. and a partial view of group portrait. Fire brigade caption reads: "Berlin Fire Brigade (Throwing steam over St. Paul's Church)". Group portrait caption reads: "Another Group of Travellers. W. G. Cleghorn, I. S. K. Weber, A. K. Dunke, J. Voelker, and L. Stuebing."

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Circus Parade, King. St. near Water.

Two copy negatives of old photographs. One shows elephants walking double file down a dirt road beside [electric railway?] tracks headed by two single elephants with ladies riding on top. The negative is annotated: "Circus Parade. King St. near Water St. 1904." The other, taken from the same position, shows uniform wearing [firemen?] horseback riding a double file down a dirt road while carrying flags that read: "Fighting the Flames".

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Circus Parade, King Near Benton.

Copy negatives of elephants walking down city streets. The first is of an old photograph of elephants walking down a city street captioned: "Circus Day in Berlin". Caption accompanying negative reads: "1) Circus Day in Berlin nr p/o at Benton." The second is of elephants walking down a city street, taken from behind, while passing the Market Hotel accompanied by a caption that reads: "5) circus parade king near benton 1904". File also includes caption notes for the next 6 files in series titled PARADES.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Waterloo Fire Hall with horse-drawn fire trucks.

Photo of a postcard depicting members of the Waterloo Fire Department with horse-drawn vehicles in front of fire station. John Simpson seated on fire wagon on left.
The first automotive pumper fire truck was acquired on June 11, 1927. The fire hall was demolished in 1967.

Company of Neighbours

Moyer, Theodore.

One three quarter length studio portrait of Theodore Moyer seen in a suit, with right thumb hooked in vest pocket.

Schantz Russell Family

Rieder, Talmon Henry

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of Talmon H. Rieder, first manager of Dominion Tire, by W.D. Best, Berlin. Verso reads "T.H. Rieder Berlin manager, July 10th 1906."

Dominion Rubber Systems

Bowlby, David Sovereign

File consists of two identical photographs of David Sovereign Bowbly's home "Liberty Hall" in Kitchener, taken from the tennis courts.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Sovereign : residence.

Photograph of the exterior of "Liberty Hall", the 25 John Street residence of David Sovereign Bowlby in what was then Berlin, Ontario. The home is situated on a dirt road. A wrought-iron fence and two trees border the front of the house and ivy is visible growing up sections of the building. A sign over an entrance to a separate section of the home, at left, reads: "Dr. Bowlby".

Clement Bowlby Family

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