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Speeches : Y.M.C.A. clubs.

File consists of four ms. speeches written and presented by Carl A. Pollock to the Y's Men's Club, Pan Politae, and the So-Ed Club (young adult education -recreation program) of the Y.M.C.A. Speeches range from 5 to 17 leaves and most are in point form. Subjects include radio broadcasting, the philosophy of science, and industrial economy and policy.

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Central Ontario Television Limited : formation.

File consists of material relating to the formation of Central Ontario Television Limited by Famous Players Canadian Corporation Limited, Carl A. Pollock, and the Kichener-Waterloo Broadcasting Company Limited. Includes photostat and original, signed copies of agreements; correspondence; and a memorandum. Includes an agreement regarding the purchase of land at Baden Hill.

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Sparks and Chips : 1946.

File consists the employee newsletter Sparks and Chips from 1946. Includes vol. 4 no. 3, and two photocopies of vol. 4 no. 1.

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Correspondence : D.

File consists of approximately 110 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "D." Correspondents include Ontario Premier William G. Davis. File also includes some correspondence between D.S. Sykes (Executive Vice-President, Finance and Corporate Relations) and Dewhurst & Partner, and between Sykes and Hon. Ron Basford (Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs). File also includes some press clippings, as well as Dun & Bradstreet business information reports on various companies in southwestern Ontario.

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Speeches : education.

File consists of five ms. and typed speeches, plus draft versions and duplicate copies, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock to various groups, including the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Education Association, and University of Toronto alumni. Speeches are about education from an industry perspective, range from 2 leaves to 14 pages, and most are in point form. File also includes a press clipping.

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50th anniversary : photographs.

File consists of 62 photographs taken during Electrohome's 50th anniversary celebrations. Includes photographs of the anniversary dinner, program, and dance; a parade; and other events. Includes photographs of Carl A. Pollock giving speeches, singing, and posing with a cake. File may contain duplicates of some photographs.

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Pollock Enterprises Limited : incorporation and directors' meeting minutes.

File consists of a leather-bound volume containing material relating to the incorporation of Pollock Enterprises Limited and directors' and shareholders' meetings. Includes carbon copies of the letters patent and the by-laws, minutes of meetings of the directors and of the shareholders from 1947 to 1959, and a register of shareholders.

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Speeches : television and radio.

File consists of 15 ms. and typed speeches, plus draft versions and duplicate copies, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock on the radio and at various events and meetings. Speeches are about television and radio broadcasting and manufacturing, range from 3 leaves to 17 pages, and most are in point form. File also includes press clippings.

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Miscellaneous.

File consists of material relating to Electrohome's 40th anniversary, the official opening of Plant 6, advertising on CKKW 1090, and Electrohome's niche in the video market. Includes press clippings, ephemera, typed remarks by Carl A. Pollock at the opening of Plant 6, and the text for radio announcements advertising Electrohome on CKKW 1090.

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Sports events and teams.

File consists of 81 snapshots and photographs of Electrohome employees and sports teams at company sporting events and award ceremonies. Includes photographs of employees playing baseball, hockey, and basketball; golfing; skating; and bowling, as well as children playing games. Includes photographs of men's and women's company sports teams, employee headshots, and a snapshot of Carl A. Pollock on a stage with a snowshoe. Some of the photographs include descriptions on verso.

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40th anniversary : advertising.

File consists of material relating to the advertising and publicity for Electrohome's 40th anniversary celebrations. Includes press clippings and incoming and outgoing correspondence with W.E. Curry (Industrial Relations Manager).

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40th anniversary : photographs.

File consists of 31 photographs taken at Electrohome's 40th anniversary celebrations. Includes photographs of Arthur B. Pollock, his wife Racie (Boehmer), and Carl A. Pollock. File may contain duplicates of some photographs.

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60th anniversary : working file 1.

File consists of material relating to Electrohome's 40th and 50th anniversaries. Includes press clippings, reprints of 40th anniversary advertisements from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record, lyrics to a song about Electrohome, and the transcript of a 50th anniversary message by Carl A. Pollock delivered in January, 1957.

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Public Relations Working Files

Series consists of records accumulated and used mainly by Robert Lovell in his role as Public Relations Manager (from 1963 to ca. 1988), and especially in the preparation and distribution of news releases and other publicity materials. Includes news releases, draft news releases, photographs and other visual material, press clippings, lists of media contacts, master and in-process press kits, product literature, correspondence, memoranda, and other material.

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Pollock, Arthur B.

File consists of photographs and two formal portraits (one mounted) of Arthur B. Pollock. One of the portraits has been cut to an oval shape and has adhesive on the verso. File also includes a photograph of his wife, Racie Boehmer Pollock.

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Sparks and Chips : 1947.

File consists of the employee newsletter Sparks and Chips from 1947. Includes seven issues: vol. 6 no. 1-3, 5, 6, and 10, and a special 40th anniversary issue dated April 24, 1947.

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Type 5 DC motor : technical drawings.

File consists of material relating to the development of the component parts for the type 5 series of DC motors. Includes technical drawings of the parts, one memorandum, and carbon copies of inspection reports. Titles of technical drawings, issued by Electrohome and Universal Electric Company (Owosso, MI), include: brush spring, spacer, bearing, shaft, wedge, washer, lead eyelet, mounting bracket, field coil, insulator cap, armature winding, armature assembly, field assembly, and communicator assembly. Duplication among drawings may exist.

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Memorandum : Dominion Electrohome Industries Limited and war business renegotiation.

File consists of a carbon copy of a memorandum regarding Electrohome and war business renegotiation. Memorandum contains detailed information about Electrohome's contribution to the war effort, including a breakdown of the war program by division and by year, and describes the process of contract negotiation and renegotiation.

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Research : Ontario Hydro.

File consists of material relating to the history of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario / Ontario Hydro and the provision of hydro-electricity in Ontario. Includes photocopies of press clippings and photographs, photocopies of pages from the Commission's annual report, print-outs of library and archives search results, ms. notes, and the program for the commission's 50th anniversary ceremonies.

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Research : product literature (file 2 of 2).

File consists of advertising and publicity materials relating to Electrohome and several of its subsidiaries and divisions, including Electrohome Europe, Electrohome Electronics, Projection Systems and Display Systems divisions, CAP Communications (CFRN-TV), and Lightening Circuits. Includes company brochures, single-sheet advertisements, product brochures, portfolios of company information and product literature, and issues of internal publications.

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Press Clippings

Series consists of press coverage of Electrohome; the company's operations, activities, and products; issues of interest to the company; and Electrohome personnel. Includes press clippings, photocopies of press clippings, magazines containing articles about Electrohome, and reprints of magazine and newspaper articles. Some of the press clippings were obtained through the Canadian Press Clipping Service. Some of the clippings are loose, and some were compiled into binders corresponding to a specific time period.

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Employees : miscellaneous

File consists of ten photographs, two contact sheets, and one slide of Electrohome employees working and participating in recreational activities. Includes photographs of employees in the office services department, at work on computers and on an electronics production line, drawing a technical diagram, and singing Christmas carols; a photograph of a sports team, and a photograph of John A. Pollock with two women and a man at a Christmas party.

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Sparks and Chips : 1948.

File consists of the employee newsletter Sparks and Chips from 1948. Includes eight issues: vol. 7 no. 1-7 and 9. Some issues are fragile.

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Union-management committee meetings : minutes : 1953-1954.

File consists of material relating to union-management relations at Electrohome during 1953-1954. Includes memoranda and minutes of 12 meetings of the union-management committee. File also includes two typed documents, one on the objectives and responsibilities of the Production Engineering Department and one on the organization and functions of the Industrial Relations Department.

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Television and stereo : leaflets (file 1 of 2).

File consists of advertising material for Electrohome television, stereo, and photograph products, in the form of small fold-out leaflets and postcards. One leaflet has been annotated with price information.

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Centennial : Kitchener Waterloo Record.

File consists of two sections of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record, one featuring Kitchener's centennial year and one featuring the designation of Waterloo as a city.

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Television and stereo : leaflets (file 2 of 2).

File consists of advertising material for Electrohome television, stereo, and photograph products, in the form of small fold-out leaflets and postcards. One leaflet has been annotated with price information.

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Research : product literature (file 1 of 2).

File consists of advertising and publicity materials relating to Electrohome and several of its subsidiaries and divisions, including Electrohome Europe, Electrohome Electronics, Projection Systems and Display Systems divisions, CAP Communications (CFRN-TV), and Lightening Circuits. Includes company brochures, single-sheet advertisements, product brochures, portfolios of company information and product literature, and issues of internal publications.

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Draftsmen's Association : agreements, constitutions and by-laws.

File consists of material relating to the agreement between Electrohome and the Draftsmen's Association of Ontario, Local #24398, of the American Federation of Labor. Includes the constitution and by-laws for the Amalgamated Workers Union, Local 30, and the Draftsmen's Association of Ontario, Local #24398; a copy of the agreement between Electrohome and the Draftsmen's Association; and a copy of the agreement between the Massey-Harris company and the Draftsmen's Association.

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CFCA-FM opening ceremonies : radio scripts.

File consists of material relating to the offical opening of CFCA-FM in Kitchener. Includes typed scripts for announcers, a radio drama, and commercials for the opening ceremonies; correspondence (some carbon copies); and ms.notes.

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Public Relations Manager's Files

Series consists of records accumulated and used mainly by Robert Lovell in his role as Public Relations Manager (from 1963 to ca. 1988). Series includes correspondence files (including correspondence with community organizations, shareholders, and customers); subject files; records relating to the preparation and distribution of annual reports and the planning of annual meetings; records relating to the publicity of products, events, and board and management appointments; and other records relating to publicity of Electrohome.

Includes correspondence; memoranda; news releases (including some drafts); press clippings; draft speeches prepared for Carl A. Pollock, John A. Pollock, and other senior managers; reports to shareholders; product literature; photographs and other visual material; internal publications; and other material.

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Open house.

File consists of material relating to the planning of open house events at Electrohome. Includes memoranda, minutes from open house committee meetings, ms. notes, public relations publications on running an employee open house, and ephemera.

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Correspondence : B.

File consists of approximately 53 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "B." Correspondents include the Honourable L.O. Breithaupt. File also includes some press clippings.

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A & C Boehmer Limited : John A. Pollock

File consists of material relating to the administration of A & C Boehmer, Limited, and in particular the transfer of share certificates. Includes correspondence (some copies), copies of agreements, copies of an acquisition review, a list of shareholders, and the company's 1949 brochure "75 years in the paper box industry". File also includes copy of a letter from John A. Pollock to the Director of the Tariff Division, Department of Finance (Ottawa) regarding the television duty remission program (possibly misfiled).

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Sparks and Chips : 1949.

File consists of the employee newsletter Sparks and Chips from 1949. Includes eight issues: vol. 8, January, March-April, May, June, July, August, September, and October. Some issues are fragile pages are separated.

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Advertising : past, present, future.

File consists of a 1949 report on the advertising activities of Electrohome. File also includes a copy of the advertising budget for 1952-1953 with an annotation dated 1966.

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Electrohome foreman's manual.

File consists sections of the Electrohome foremen's manual (carbon copies). Some are drafts and have been edited. File includes multiple copies of some sections.

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Miscellaneous (file 1 of 2).

File consists of miscellaneous press clippings and article reprints, relating to mahogany furniture, Eaton's, electronic organs, Electrohome's exports to the U.S., and the fire at Electrohome in May, 1952. Includes some photocopies.

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Slides : Carl A. Pollock

File consists of 35 slides of Carl A. Pollock and of collages of press clippings relating to his work as president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association and significant events at Electrohome during his tenure as company president. Subjects include Pollock speaking at various events and posing at his desk, on the plant floor, and with his wife, Helen. File also includes a slide of Arthur B. Pollock. Most slides are labelled with a brief caption and are found as photographs elsewhere in the collection.

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Press clippings : 1949-1959

File consists of press clippings relating to Electrohome and Carl A. Pollock from 1949-1959. File also includes clippings about a fire on King Street in Kitchener in 1959.

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Executive Officers Files : Administration of A & C Boehmer Limited

Series consists of records relating to the administration and the potential sale of A & C Boehmer Limited (Kitchener, ON), accumulated and used by Carl A. Pollock and John A. Pollock in their roles as company directors. The company operated as the Boehmer Box Co., a family-run paper box manufacturing company established in 1874 in Kitchener. Carl Pollock was a director, secretary-treasurer, and vice-president of the company.

In 1974, the directors authorized Floyd Boehmer (president), Carl Pollock, and John Pollock to attempt the sale of the company, but it is unclear whether the company was actually sold at that time. Series includes financial statements, correspondence, memoranda, reports, agreements, ms. notes, and other material.

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Correspondence : A.

File consists of approximately 28 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "A."

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Senior personnel (file 1 of 4).

File consists of 48 portraits (plus duplicates) of senior personnel, 2 photographs of employees, and a half-tone print of one of the portraits. The personnel in the portraits are all identified:

  • Robert Babin,
  • Ken Brown,
  • Bob Cronk,
  • Hugh Bauld,
  • Leo F. Fitzpatrick,
  • E.A. Greenwood,
  • A. Cooper,
  • Ken De Coppell,
  • Grant McVey,
  • Ian J. Main,
  • H. Wedderbern,
  • J. Wright,
  • Donald R. Steele,
  • Paul Richmond,
  • L. Tiengo,
  • John Rideuot,
  • L. Shaub,
  • G. Lenner,
  • Bob Moore,
  • E. Stobart,
  • Ken Kerr,
  • J. Kochin,
  • Pat Kent,
  • Jim King,
  • Doug Jamison,
  • G. Glennie, and
  • W. Hemphill.

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Draftsmen's Association : application and certification.

File consists of material relating to an application by the Draftsmen's Association of Ontario, Local #24398, of the American Federation of Labor, to be certified as the bargaining agent for draftsmen at Electrohome. Includes correspondence, telegrams, and copies of application forms and certification from the Ontario Labour Relations Board. Folder probably belonged to W. E. Curry, Industrial Relations Manager.

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United Steelworkers application.

File consists of material relating to an application by the United Steelworkers of America for certification as a bargaining agent of Electrohome employees in Plant 2, and the subsequent hearing before the Ontario Labour Relations Board in which the application was dismissed. Includes correspondence, copies of forms and notices relating to the application process, ms. notes, and the constitution of the international union of the United Steelworkers of America.

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Photographs : album 1.

  • SCA207-GA186-19-626
  • File
  • [195-]-[199-], predominant [195-]-[196-]
  • Part of Electrohome fonds.

File consists of photographs orignally in an album created to illustrate the history of CAP Communications and CKCO-TV. Subjects of photographs include: television production equipment and facilities, television personalities on set, special events (including a visit from Pierre Elliott Trudeau in 1968, the extension of highway 401 to Kitchener ca. 1960, and the Queen's visit to Kitchener in 1959), and studio technicians at work. Some photographs include identification on verso and some include typed captions.

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Photographs : album 3.

File consists of photographs originally in an album created to illustrate the history of CAP Communications and CKCO-TV. Subjects of photographs include: television personalities on set, stills from television programs, and technicians at work. Some photographs include identification on verso and some pages in the photo album were blank.

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Photographs : CKCO-TV (file 1 of 2).

File consists of photographs and snapshots of CKCO-TV buildings and production facilities, television personalities and stills from programs, technicians at work, and special events. Includes snapshots of the CKCO-TV crew on location at the 1988 Olympics (Calgary, AB) and the 1978 Oktoberfest parade (Kitchener, ON), stills from the set of Big Al's Cartoon Capers and Romper Room, and the transmission tower on Baden Hill.

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Sales manual 1.

File consists of a sales manual for Electrohome products, including radios, radio phonograph combinations, televisions, fans, and Horton-Electrohome washing machines. Manual includes prices lists, and contains loose pages and brochures.

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Decorator radios.

File consists of two photographs of decorator radios, probably intended for insertion into a binder of product literature.

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Facilities : Murawsky Furniture Company building.

File consists of seven photographs (plus duplicates) of the Murawsky Furniture Company building at 152 Shanley Street in Kitchener, which became Electrohome Plant 4 ca. 1954. Includes aerial photographs.

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Facilities : negatives.

File consists of ten negatives of Plant 1 (283 Duke Street), Plant 2 (480 Victoria Street North), the Murawsky Furniture Company building (152 Shanley Street, became Plant 4), the Caya Buiding (130 Weber Street West), and the Pequegnat Building (Duke and Frederick Streets, location of Technical Products Division).

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Pollock, Carl A.

File consists of photographs and snapshots of Carl A. Pollock at various meetings, events, and presentations, and posing at his desk and on the plant floor. Includes photographs taken at the Winnipeg and Vancouver showrooms, a photograph with D. Lowater and two executives from Lima, Peru, several candid snapshots, and a photograph of a sculpted bust of Carl A. Pollock. File also includes memoranda with descriptions of two photographs.

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Americans.

File consists of four portraits of unidentified men, probably American Electrohome dealers.

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Duern, Gordon.

File consists of material relating to Gordon Duern, Design Manager of Electrohome from 1961. Includes five portraits (plus duplicates), one photograph of Duern and one of a stereo he designed, a biography, and ms. notes.

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Ellis, Bern.

File consists of six portraits (plus duplicates) of Bern Ellis.

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Englert, Seb.

File consists of six portraits (plus duplicates) of Seb Englert, Motors and Metal Products Division. File also includes a printing proof and two photographs of Englert, one of which includes Carl A. Pollock and an unidentified man.

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Colour TV introduction.

File consists of two copies of a photograph of two men standing with a colour TV chassis.

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Production photos (old) (file 1 of 2).

File consists of photographs, negatives, and contact prints depicting production in various departments and on production lines, including woodworking, press shop, paint shop, motors, and appliances. Some photographs have short typed cutlines, and some are labelled on verso: "EPD Sept. '59" or "CED May '60". Includes one photograph of Carl A. Pollock and an unidentified man posing with a television set.

File also includes a photograph of the Electrohome display at the Pacific National Exhibition [1951?], and a photograph of three long service employees posing with a phonograph. Duplication among photographs, negatives, and contact prints may exist.

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Production photos (old) (file 2 of 2).

File consists of photographs, negatives, and contact prints depicting production in various departments and on production lines, including woodworking, press shop, paint shop, motors, and appliances. Some photographs have short typed cutlines, and some are labelled on verso: "EPD Sept. '59" or "CED May '60". Includes one photograph of Carl A. Pollock and an unidentified man posing with a television set.

File also includes a photograph of the Electrohome display at the Pacific National Exhibition [1951?], and a photograph of three long service employees posing with a phonograph. Duplication among photographs, negatives, and contact prints may exist.

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Union activities.

File consists of two photographs taken inside the Electrohome Employees Credit Union and a snapshot of the first company Christmas party, sponsored by the union. File also includes an ms. note.

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Instructor manual for introductory course on electricity.

File consists of material relating to the instruction of an introductory class about electricity, possibly held at Electrohome for employees. Includes ms. and typed lesson notes, blank and completed question sheets, and a class list with final marks.

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Photographs : album 4.

File consists of photographs originally in an album created to illustrate the history of CAP Communications and CKCO-TV. Subjects of photographs include: television personalities on set, stills from television programs, and technicians at work. Some photographs include identification on verso and some pages in the photo album were blank.

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Biographies.

File consists of material relating to the biographies of senior personnel at Electrohome. Includes memoranda and blank and completed biographical information forms. Includes typed copies of Carl A. Pollock's biography.

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Furniture-styled radio.

File consists of two advertisements (on a single sheet) for the Chippendale and Westmount models of Electrohome furniture-styled radio.

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Radio : instruction and service manuals.

File consists of four original and two photocopies of instruction and service manuals (including parts lists) for radio-phonograph combinations, superheterodyne receivers, phonographs, and car radios manufactured by Electrohome. Manuals refer to Madeira, Calais, Lucerne, Crescendo, Imperial, Classic, Cosmopolitan, and Carleton models of radio-phonographs, Concord phonographs, the World Crusier superheterodyne receiver, and Sapphire I car radio.

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Radio : model 312A installation and operating instructions.

File consists of material relating to the installation and operation of the model 312A radio-phonograph combination from Electrohome. Includes an instruction manual, a folded diagram of the record changer, and the service policy and warranty.

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Television and stereo : brochures : 1950s.

File consists of advertising material for stereo/high-fidelity and television from the 1950s. Advertisements are in the form of single sheets and brochures intended for insertion into a binder of other product literature.

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Material compiled by John Koegler : file 8.

File consists of three ms. drafts of papers written by John Koegler about the history of the Furniture and Woodworking, Appliance and Metal Products, and Radio and Communications division of Electrohome.

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Facilities : Plant 4 : Shanley Street, Kitchener.

File consists of three photographs (plus duplicates) of the Electrohome plant at 152 Shanley Street in Kitchener (Plant 4). File also includes an architect's sketch by Jenkins & Wright, Kitchener, of an addition to the plant with a typed cutline affixed to it.

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Advertising : Working Files : Television and Stereo

Series consists of material used in the production of advertisements, catalogues, and brochures for Electrohome television and stereo products, as well as the company's Acoustech, Marantz, Planar, and Soundesign lines, and Ortofon components. Includes transparencies, photographs, negatives, slides, and printing proofs, as well as final versions of some advertisements, catalogues, and brochures.

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Visual material : file 5.

File consists of 98 slides of Electrohome plants, home entertainment products (television sets, stereo consoles, phonographs), and an airplane. Some slides are missing.

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Visual material : file 19.

File consists of six photographs of radios and radio-phonograph combinations, intended for insertion into an album or binder with other product literature. Some photographs include a typed cutline, formerly glued to verso.

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Facilities : Arthur Pequegnat Clock Co. building.

File consists of three photographs (plus duplicates) of the Arthur Pequegnat Clock Co. building at Duke and Frederick Streets in Kitchener. One of the photographs is annotated on verso: "location of Technical Products Division / please return if convenient to Electrohome (Public Relations), Kitchener".

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Facilities : Caya Building : 130 Weber Street West, Kitchener.

File consists of three photographs (plus duplicates) of the Caya Building at 130 Weber Street West in Kitchener, location of Electrohome's showroom and sales office from [ca. 1957] until [ca. 1970]. One of the photographs has been retouched by hand.

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Bartlett, Norman.

File consists of two portraits (plus duplicates) of Norman Bartlett, Private Trade Label department.

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Johnston, David H.

File consists of five portraits (plus duplicates) and a passport photograph of David H. Johnston.

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Production pictures (old).

File consists of 67 photographs and 44 contact prints of plant and office employees at work and of production facilities. File also includes 2 reproduction photographs of a Berlin [?] street with streetcars and horse-drawn carriage traffic, and a printing proof of the Wellington Street plant. Some photographs include identification on verso. Duplication among the photographs and contact prints may exist.

Includes identification (on verso) of some of the departments and processes depicted: new automatic sander, Plant 9, key punch section, Univac 120, engineering CED, riveting section, wire cutter, punch press forming motor covers, production floor A, quality control, swing saw rough lumber, 'slug' painter, Mansion St. Plant, canteen, furnishing area Plant 4.
Some of the employees depicted in the photographs are identified on verso: Walter Olszewik, David Janzen, Bill Skelly, Bruce Bombach, and Wanda Wiebe.

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Miscellaneous.

File consists of half-tone prints and a line drawing of televisions and stereos, used in the production of advertisements.

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Radio console in living room.

File consists of a photograph used in advertising material. Depicts a man and woman sitting on a couch beside an Electrohome radio console.

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Appliances : humidaire brochures.

File consists of adverting material for Electrohome humidaires in the form of single sheets and fold-out brochures intended for insertion into a binder with other product literature.

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Viking : instruction and service manuals.

File consists of two manuals for the installation, operation, and service of Viking products: the model 51-104R radio-phonograph combination, and the model 53-356 22-tube television receiver.

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Material compiled by John Koegler : file 3.

File consists of material related to Electrohome history created and/or collected by John Koegler, company historian. Includes ms. notes, press clippings, memoranda, ephemera, an organizational chart (Industrial and Public Relations Division, 1956), an ms. draft of an article about Koegler entited "Last link to horness phonograph era retires at Electrohome", and other material.

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