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John Ivan Rempel fonds. Canada
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Richmond Hill vault : polygonal.

4 images of the vault at Richmond Hill. One image is of the inside ceiling structure of the lantern (in the book), one image is of an exterior view of the lantern (in the book), one image is of an exterior view of the lantern (not in the book), and one image is of the back view of the entire vault (not in the book). Includes a note on the verso of some of the photographs that says "Thornhill".

Rempel, John I.

Savanne Station, Ontario : C.P. Railway, 1892.

One image of an unidentified man on the platform at the Canadian Pacific Railway station in Savanne, Ontario. The caption also reads: "From a Geological Survey of Canada photograph in the Public Archives of Canada."

Rempel, John I.

Stovepipe fireproofing.

One image of a plaster-filled hole in the ceiling (a type of stovepipe fireproofing) of an old house on Markham Road, now demolished, and one image (not in the book) of a cut-stone insert used to protect timber walls or floors from the heat of stovepipes.

Rempel, John I.

Summerville house : cut fieldstone.

One image of a house near Summerville, built ca. 1850, identified on the verso as "near Summerville Blacksmith's home". Rempel uses it as an example of cut fieldstone.

Rempel, John I.

The Fisher slit barn, near Kitchener.

Three images of the Fischer slit barn, near Kitchener. One image is in the book, one image is a variation of the one in the book, and one looks like an image of the same barn taken at a later date.

Rempel, John I.

The old council house and greenhouse at Fort Albany.

Four images of the old council house at Fort Albany, Ontario, with four unidentified individuals standing at the door in two of the images. One image is the same as the one in the books, and the others are variations. Includes one image of a greenhouse at the Fort Albany Mission with an unidentified female standing in front of it.

Rempel, John I.

Waterloo County log school house.

One image of the first school house in Waterloo, built in 1820. Mis-identified in the book as located in the Pioneer Village at Doon, actually located in Waterloo Park.

Rempel, John I.

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