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Bayview cottage, Penetanguishene.

File consists of mounted snapshots taken at Bayview, the cottage of Louis Jacob Breithaupt, near Penetanguishene. Includes snapshots of the cottage and people on the lawn of the cottage, people canoeing, and a boat house labelled as "the ark." File also includes a group photograph taken on the lawn outside the cottage. Some photographs probably taken by Martha Rieder.

Rieder and Anthes family

Beata's wedding

File consists of one group snapshot of the attendees of a wedding. Identification on verso labels it as "Beata's wedding, at 255 Mary St."

Clement Bowlby Family

Bechler family fonds.

  • SCA153-GA126
  • Fonds
  • [18--]-1945

The Bechler family fonds contains records created and accumulated by the Bechler family documenting life in Berlin (later Kitchener). Records include textual records and graphic material, predominantly photographs from an album. Records also contain confirmation certificates, marriage certificate, press clippings, and cards.

Bechler family

Benjamin Fish Mill, Markham.

Ten images of the Benjamin Fish Mill. Six are images that were included in Rempel's first edition of his book, two appear only in the second edition of the book, and two are images that were not included in either editions of the book.

Rempel, John I.

Berkinshaw, Daphne residence

File consists of one photograph, cut from a larger photograph postcard, showing the residence of Daphne Berkinshaw. Inscription on verso reads: " Daphne Berkinshaw. Daughter, Cecil Shuh Berkinshaw. John St. Waterloo."

Clement Bowlby Family

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

Berlin Rescue and Hose Co.: Horse-drawn in front of Frederick St. Firehall.

Copy negative of a torn and taped photograph of members of the Rescue and Hose Co. on, and in front of, a horse drawn wagon. Corresponding caption from caption list in file 9 reads: "2) Berlin Rescue & Hose Co horse drawn in front of Fred St. firehall." Annotations on one of the reference prints in file read: "Scharlach, Charles [Loelu?], [Uhrig?], Timms, Dan Boettger, John Rhodes, Frank Seebert."

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Berlin water works plans.

File consists of a plan of the Berlin water works at Shoemaker Avenue, showing the proposed outlet of the dam; and a plat of the land of the Berlin Water Works Company. Plat shows land owned by Alexander Shoemaker, Jane Ann Shoemaker, James Potter, Berlin Water Works Company, and Moffett, Hodgkins, & Clarke.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Berthing card and meal card.

A berthing card and meal card issued to Cameron Hill during the Second World War likely when he traveled on a troopship sailing from Halifax Harbour in Halifax, Nova Scotia to Liverpool, England between August and September 1941.

The berthing card indicates that Cameron was assigned to cabin S22, in section 3 of the Sports deck. The meal card indicates that Cameron was assigned to eat first meal (breakfast) during the second sitting at table number 28. The name of the ship that Cameron traveled on is unknown.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Bolton Mill.

Five images of the Bolton Mill. Three images are from the book, and the other two images are variations that are not in the book.

Rempel, John I.

Book : table of contents.

Two manuscript leaves outlining the table of contents for a proposed book likely written by E Palmer Patterson. The manuscript outline was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 3 : The "missionary period" among the Nishga : Kincolith, Lakkalzap, Aiyansh, B.C.

Three copies of a typescript draft book chapter (thirty leaves, photocopy) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) in Ging̱olx (also Kincolith), Lax̱g̱altsʼap (formerly spelled Lakkalzap), and Gitlaxt'aamiks (or New Aiyansh) in British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 4 : The Nishga Wolf crest and the coming of missionaries, 1860-1887.

Three copies of a typescript draft book chapter (twenty-three leaves, computer output) written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy includes corrections. One copy features the variant title, "The role of Nishga chiefs in the coming of missionaries to the Nass." The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 5 : Early Anglican missionary adaptation on the Nass River, British Columbia.

Two copies of a typescript draft book chapter. One copy contains twenty-three leaves, computer output and the other copy contains twenty-nine leaves, computer output. One copy features the variant title, "Anglican missionary adaptation on the Nass River, British Columbia." The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 6 : Kincolith, B.C. : leadership and continuity in a native Christian village, 1867-1997.

A typescript draft book chapter (thirty-four leaves) about Ging̱olx (or Kincolith), British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes an offprint of the published version of the book chapter which appeared in the Canadian Journal of Anthropology 3, no. 1 (Fall 1982), p. 45-55. The typescript draft book chapter and offprint were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 7 : Church, state, and school in Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924.

Two copies of a typescript draft book chapter (twenty-seven leaves) written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy features the variant title, "Keeping school for the Nishga : Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924." Also includes two leaves of manuscript notes likely written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 8 : A decade of change : origins of the Nishga and Tsimshian land protests in the 1880s.

A typescript draft book chapter (twenty-five leaves) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) and Tsimshian written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes an offprint (photocopy) of the published version of the book chapter which appeared in the Journal of Canadian Studies 18, no. 3 (Fall 1983), p. 40-54. The typescript draft book chapter was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Bowlby family

File consists of one photograph showing members of the Bowlby family in front of "Liberty Hall", the family home. In the carriage are shown Martha Esther Murphy Bowlby and Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, being pulled by mare Dolly. In front of the home are shown David Sovereign Bowlby, George Herbert Bowlby, Blanche Alexandrine (Adine) Seagram Bowlby, David Shannon Bowlby, and Grace Esther Bowlby Fennell. The photograph was used in "Busy Berlin" in 1897.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby family.

File consists of one group portrait of Martha Esther Murphy Bowlby (second from left) with daughters (from left to right) Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, Grace Esther Bowlby Fennell, and Emma Allen Bowlby Boyd. All are seen in high-collared dresses with oversized leg of mutton sleeves.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby family.

File consists of one group portrait of Martha Esther Murphy Bowlby (left) with daughters (from left to right) Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, Grace Esther Bowlby Fennell and Emma Allen Bowlby Boyd. All are seen in high-collared dresses with oversized leg of mutton sleeves.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, Alfred.

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of Alfred Bowlby seen looking at camera.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Shannon

File consists of one three quarter length studio graduation portrait of David Shannon Bowlby. David is shown with legs crossed, wearing a gown and holding a graduation cap in his lap.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Shannon

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of David Shannon Bowlby seen in partial profile looking of camera in graduation cap and gown.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Sovereign

File consists of two identical upper body studio portrait photographs of David Sovereign Bowbly in his graduation cap and gown taken by Gillespie, Berlin, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

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

Bowlby, David Sovereign.

File consists of two identical upper body studio portraits of David Sovereign Bowlby, seen in partial profile looking off camera.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Sovereign.

File consists of one upper body studio portrait photograph of David Sovereign Bowbly by J. Inglis, Montreal.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Sovereign.

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of David Sovereign Bowbly in his graduation cap and gown by Martin, Montreal, QC.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, George Herbert and dog Tippo Saib.

File consists of one full body studio portrait showing George Herbert Bowlby, about age 3, with dog Tippo Saib by the "Ontario" Photograph Gallery, Berlin, Ont. George and Tippo are shown in an outdoor setting in front of a wooden fence.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, Martha Esther Murphy.

File consists of one head and shoulders studio portrait of Martha Esther Murphy Bowlby by J. Fraser Bryce, Toronto, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

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

Bowman, Issac Lucius.

One full body studio portrait of Issac Lucius Bowman. Bowman is shown in a long coat with his hand resting on a chair.

Originally in page 31 upper left of album 1.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowmanville house : gable fretwork detail.

Three images of a Bowmanville, Ontario house. Includes one image of the front of the house (in the book), one image of a detail of the gable fretwork (in the book), and one image of the entire house from a further distance (not in the book).

Rempel, John I.

Boyd, Emma Allen Bowlby.

File consists of one full body studio portrait of Emma Allen Bowlby Boyd seen in profile, looking down, wearing a lace and embroidery adorned dress, and holding a book in her right hand.

Clement Bowlby Family

Boyd, Emma Allen Bowlby.

File consists of one full body studio portrait of Emma Allen Bowlby Boyd. Emma is shown standing in a jungle setting wearing an elaborately decorated dress, holding her hat and umbrella.

Bowlby Boyd Family

Boyd, Emma Allen Bowlby.

File consists of three identical upper body studio portraits of Emma Allen Bowlby Boyd. The portraits have been taken from a larger photograph of Emma, her sisters, and her mother.

Bowlby Boyd Family

Branch offices.

File consists of photographs and snapshots taken at Electrohome branch offices and showrooms, including those in Vancouver, Calgary, and Winnipeg; and portraits of branch office managers. Includes a photograph of Carl A. Pollock at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Some photographs include identification on verso, some include typed cutlines, and one is mounted on board. Duplicate photographs are present.

Electrohome

Braun family plot.

Contains 2 snapshots of the Braun family plot in Mount Hope Cemetery, Kitchener Ontario. Alfred Schneider Gofton's wife was Charlotte Braun. Includes a photocopy of an obituary for Heinrich Braun in German, and translated into English.

Schneider, J.M. family

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