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Series consists of electronic records created or accumulated by the Walter Bean Grand River Community Trails Foundation. Includes digital scans of Bill Downey's paintings of the Walter Bean Trail.

Walter Bean Grand River Community Trails Foundation

Electronic Files

Series consists of electronic files received as e-mail attachments or as floppy disks all in WordPerfect 7. Also includes two databases in DBTextworks designed in-house to hold files converted from WordPerfect : I:\Working\Source Record Textbases\Petworth Emigrants and I:\Working\Source Record Textbases\Petworth Sponsors. The Emigrants database contains 682 records and the Sponsors database contains 103 records.

The Jackman Foundation

Electronic files.

Series consists of computer disks with electronic files created by, or related to, Jerzy Pindera. Includes copies of stories from "Fragments of Report" as well as transcripts of the Pindera interviews.

Pindera, Jerzy Tadeusz

Elizabeth Smith Shortt: Ephemera

Series is comprised of ephemeral materials created and accumulated by Elizabeth Smith Shortt. Includes a wedding invitation, stock and bond records, and stationary.

Shortt, Elizabeth Smith

Employees' Associations

Series consists of records relating to the Greb Shoe Quarter Century Club, the Greb Shoes Employees' Association, and the Valentine and Martin Employees' Association. Includes association constitutions, by-laws, meeting agendas and minutes, and financial statements; newspaper clippings; correspondence; membership rolls and rosters; ephemera; photographs; and other material.

Greb Industries Limited

Employees.

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various newspaper and companies that make up the history of its operations. Contains materials relating to employees of the newspaper. Includes staff lists, staff party information, staff newsletters, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Employment and Professional Files

Series consists of material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's employment at the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo and her Ontario Human Rights Commission case against Wilfrid Laurier University. Also includes material relating to work with Oikos Associates and work on the executive of the Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists. Includes correspondence, clippings, contracts, ms. notes, ephemera, typescripts.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Employment.

Series consists of materials relating to Jerzy Pindera's time employed as both a professor and a professor emeritus at the University of Waterloo. Includes primarily correspondence and memos.

Pindera, Jerzy Tadeusz

Environmental Portfolio Chairperson's Files : Peter W. Hand

Series consists of material created and accumulated by Peter Hand in his role as Chair of the Environmental Portfolio from 1997-1999 and co-chair in 2000-2001. The Environmental Portfolio was responsible for addressing issues of water quality, forest, land use, waste management and wildlife; during this period, much of the focus was on land use, especially resort development on the Muskoka lakes.

The series contains material relating to MLA responses, sometimes in partnership with other local associations, to proposed developments at the Lake Joseph Club, the Lake Rosseau Beach Resort, the Muskoka Sands Resort, and other locations. Responses include submissions to the Township of Muskoka Lakes and the District Municipality of Muskoka relating to re-zoning applications and amendments to site plans, as well as appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board.

Series includes correspondence and memoranda, reports, notices, handwritten and typed notes, photocopied newspaper clippings, meeting minutes and agendas, draft amendments and by-laws, photocopied plans and maps, and other material. Most material is faxed or photocopied.

Muskoka Lakes Association

Ephemera

Series consists of ephemera collected by Robert Alden Sanborn including a booklet of poetry by Bonnie Elizabeth Parker, greeting cards, and clippings regarding his writing and general interests.

Ephemera

Series consists of ephemera created and accumulated by Dana Porter. Includes business cards, programmes and invitations, typed materials, honourary degrees and campaign materials.

Porter, Dana Harris

Ephemera

Series consists of ephemera relating to activities and events organized by the Muskoka Lakes Association.

Muskoka Lakes Association

Ephemera

Series consists of various ephemera created and accumulated by Eric Gill, included printed material that is not related to one of the presses with which Gill was involved. Includes clippings, announcements, advertisements, dust jackets, etc. Also includes materials related to Gill's typefaces.

Gill, Eric

Ephemera

Series is comprised of ephemera created and accumulated by the George Pattinson Woollen Mill and its predecessors. Includes an architect contract, coal analysis slips and a clipping.

George Pattinson Woollen Mill

Ephemera

Series consists of ephemera created and accumulated by the Rotary club of Kitchener. Includes programmes, invitations, clippings, a newsletter, and other items.

Rotary Club of Kitchener

Ephemera

Series consists of printed ephemera including stationery.

Kaufman Footwear

Ephemera and Artefacts

Series consists of ephemera and artefacts created by Dare Foods Ltd. Includes programmes, cards, invitations, a ruler, and more.

Dare Foods Limited

Ephemera.

This series contains just two files. The first file includes ephemera relating to Waterloo County Board of Education events and activitities, while the second file includes ephemera which relates to events and activities of the Waterloo County Women Teachers' Association.

Johnston, Mary

Essays

Series consists of manuscript and typescript essays written by John Herbert regarding topics such as theatre and the actress, Greta Garbo.

Herbert, John

Essays

Series consists of essays written by John Herbert.

Herbert, John

Events and Activities

Series consists of materials relating to events and activities held by the Kitchener Waterloo Sales and Ad Club. Includes information on tournaments, stag nights, courses, guest speakers, etc.

Kitchener Waterloo Sales and Ad Club

Events and Activities: Annual Dinners.

This series includes materials relating to the annual dinners of the Federation of Women Teachers' Associations of Ontario, of the Ontario Teachers' Federation, and of the Waterloo County Women Teachers' Association. These materials include a small number of col. photographs, as well as booklets produced for guests who attended these dinners. The contents of these booklets vary depending on the organization involved but typically include menus, programs, agendas, biographical notes on retiring teachers to be honoured at these dinners, as well as lists of past presidents, executive members, committtee chairs, key teachers, twenty-five year members, and retiring members. Some files just include flyers which were sent out to organization members featuring details of the date, location etc. of these annual dinners.

Johnston, Mary

Events and Activities: Conferences, Workshops, and Other Courses.

This series includes materials relating to various conferences, workshops, and other courses of the Federation of Women Teachers' Associations of Ontario and the Waterloo County Women Teachers' Association respectively. They include correspondence, forms, questionnaires, course handouts, ephemera, information booklets produced for conference delegates and attendees at workshops, as well as summary reports of the Waterloo County Principals' Conferences.

Johnston, Mary

Events and Exhibitions

Series consists of records relating to the organization and promotion of activities of the COAA, and in particular to workshops, exhibitions, sketching trips, field trips, and social events organized by the association. The material was accumulated by various individuals in the association and is not comprehensive as most records are from the 1970s through the mid-1990s. Series includes: flyers, brochures, announcements, programs, exhibitors' catalogues, correspondence, registration forms, membership lists, handwritten notes, newsletters, minutes, budgets, ephemera, and other material.

Central Ontario Art Association

Executive Director's Files

Series consists of material relating to the responsibilities of the Executive Director. Includes budgets, accounts, memoranda, Fall Update newsletters, correspondence, subscription forms, information requests, job descriptions, letters of appreciation, promotional material, exhibit material, reports, news releases, lists of award winners, records of donations, committee records, focus group records, fundraising event records, Gala Dinner records, town meeting records, speeches, newspaper clippings, invitations, television and video scripts, and records of the launching luncheon.

Records relating to the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation's relationship with the Canadian Centre for Philanthropy, Centre In The Square, Community Foundations of Canada, Ernst & Young, Estate Planning Council, K-W Symphony Concert, Waterloo Law Association, Waterloo-Wellington Fund Raising Executives, and Leadership Waterloo Region are also included.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Executive Director's Files : Board of Directors

Series consists of the Executive Director's material relating to Board of Directors meetings and general Board information. Includes lists of Board and committee members, correspondence, agendas, minutes, memoranda, accounts, donation lists, and general records relating to the organization of non-profit boards of directors. The majority of records between 1988-1997 were distributed by Executive Director Jane Humphries.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Executive Director's Files : Conferences, Seminars, Workshops

Series consists of material relating to conferences, seminars and workshops at which the Executive Director of the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation attended and often presented. Series contains records from events at the Banff Centre for Management, Canadian Association of Gift Planners, Community Foundations of Canada, Council of Foundations, Journeys in Charitable Giving and Social Entrepreneurship presentation sponsored by the Notre Dame Child and Family Institute in St. Agatha.

Includes conference agendas, lists of conference participants and exhibitors, conference proceedings, Jane Humphries' presentation notes and material, handouts, biographies, correspondence, newsletters, and presentation texts.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

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.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : Andrew Malcolm Furniture Company

Series consists of records relating to the potential acquisition of the Andrew Malcolm Furniture Company (Kincardine and Listowel, ON). Includes correspondence, memoranda, financial statements, a property appraisal, site plans (copies), draft agreemetns, reoprts, ms. notes, and other material. Most records probably accumulated and used by Harold Eby, secretary-treasurer, and Donald S. Sykes, executive vice-president, finance, and vice-chairman of the board of directors. Electrohome did not acquire the company.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : Carl A. Pollock

Series consists of records accumulated and used by Carl A. Pollock in his role as company president and chairman of the board (1951 to 1974) and through his involvement in industry- and government-related bodies, as well as personal files. Includes correspondence, typed and ms. speeches, press clippings, personal financial records, photographs, ephemera, legal documents, and other material.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : Donald S. Sykes

Series consists of records accumulated and used by Donald S. Sykes in his role as secretary-treasurer and executive vice-president, finance and corporate relations. Includes correspondence, memoranda, agreements, and records of incorporation for Video-Q Systems, and other material.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : Howard W. Main

Series consists of records accumulated and used by Howard W. Main his role as executive vice-president, marketing and public relations. Includes correspondence and memoranda, press clippings, ms. notes, and a report.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : James Holmes

Series consists of records accumulated and used by James Holmes in his role as chairman of the board and CEO from 1976 to 1979. Includes press clippings, ms. notes, and an ms. draft of a paper.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : John A. Pollock

Series consists of records accumulated and used by John A. Pollock in his role as company president and CEO. Includes news releases, correspondence, memoranda, press clippings, reports to shareholders, photographs, ephemera, and other material.

Electrohome

Executive Vice-President's Files

Series consists of records accumulated and used by Charles E. Greb in his role as exectuive vice-president of Greb Industries Limited. Includes memoranda to the management group, and correspondence, ephemera, and other material relating to a retirement dinner for several senior executives.

Greb Industries Limited

Exhibit clippings

Series contains clippings documenting memorial exhibits for Homer Watson and articles reviewing his life. There are two scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings between 1936 and 1947. One scrapbook contains mostly newspaper memorabilia and exhibition advertisements, while the other contains clippings focused mainly on announcing exhibits throughout Ontario along with press and editorial comments. There are also files of clippings that discuss the closure of Watson’s art gallery and studio in 1947. One of the clippings is a print, from a magazine, depicting Homer Watson.

Exhibitions : Curated by Urquhart.

Series consists of materials relating to the planning and execution of the exhibit "Vimy and After: Drawings by Walter Seymour Allward" curated by Tony Urquhart.

Urquhart, Tony

Exhibitions: Curator.

This series contains folders maintained by Nancy-Lou Patterson. For separately published and printed items relating to Nancy-Lou Patterson's exhibitions, see Series: Publications and Printed Items.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

Exhibitions: Group.

This series contains folders maintained by Nancy-Lou Patterson. For separately published and printed items relating to Nancy-Lou Patterson's exhibitions, see Series: Publications and Printed Items.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

Exhibitions: Group.

This series contains folders maintained by Nancy-Lou Patterson. For separately published and printed items relating to Nancy-Lou Patterson's exhibitions, see Series 9: Publications and Printed Items.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

Exhibitions: One-Person.

This series contains folders maintained by Nancy-Lou Patterson. For separately published and printed items relating to Nancy-Lou Patterson's exhibitions, see Series: Publications and Printed Items.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

Exhibitions: One-Person.

This series contains folders maintained by Nancy-Lou Patterson. For separately published and printed items relating to Nancy-Lou Patterson's exhibitions, see Series 9: Publications and Printed Items.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

Families Files

This series supplements Series 2 and contains correspondence to and from Wendy Cameron, Mary McDougall Maude, Brenda Dougall Merriman, Sheila Haines and family correspondents, photocopies of original documents, articles and other sources. It is organized alphabetically by family name.

The Jackman Foundation

Family Files

Series consists of records documenting aspects of the lives, careers, and interests of Charles E. Greb, Harry Greb, Clara May Greb, Erwin C. Greb, and Charles E. Greb Sr.; and the lives and disappearance of basset hounds Velvet and Jasmine. Includes press clippings; correspondence; birth, marriage, and death certificates; wills; photographs; certificates and awards; ephemera; and other material. Material probably collected and compiled by Charles E. Greb.

Greb, Charles E. family

Family Information Sheets : Questionnaires and Data

Series consists of questionnaires and other data collected from descendants and other informants about families. It is arranged alphabetically by family name of the Petworth emigrant with the name of the correspondent(s) also noted in the file title. These files contain correspondence to and from Wendy Cameron, Mary McDougall Maude and Brenda Dougall Merriman, as well as questionnaires and photocopies from sources containing information about individuals or families.

The Jackman Foundation

Family Information Sheets: Master Files

Series consists of masters of the Family Information Sheets used to compile the list of "Emigrants on Petworth ships, 1832-1837", which comprises Part 2 of Assisting Immigration. These sheets were "intended as a snapshot of families at the time of emigration" and were used to compile an electronic database as well as the published list. The "masters" in this case actually consist of dated and initialled copies of all the sheets created for each name over time, and are chronologically organized within each name so that the progress of accumulation or duplication of information can be followed.

The Jackman Foundation

Family Papers.

Includes a diary written by Mary Ham detailing the events of her summer trip from Port McNicol, Ontario to the Canadian west including Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

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

Fiction Works

Series consists of fiction works created by Bernard Suits. Includes both published and unpublished materials, primarily poems as well as short stories.

Suits, Bernard

Field Notes

Series consists of material relating to field work conducted by Hynes in various locations throughout his career, including the British Isles, Africa, the British West Indies, Australia, and North America. Includes mainly notebooks and loose papers containing ms. and ts. field notes, most recorded by Hynes but some also recorded by research assistants or technicians. Notebooks include drawings, charts, graphs, maps, etc. Series also includes some ms. notes by Hynes from the scientific literature as well as a small amount of correspondence.

Hynes, H.B.N.

Files

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Walter Bean Grand River Community Foundation. Includes all unpublished written materials including office files, correspondence, etc.

Walter Bean Grand River Community Trails Foundation

Files Related to Zoological Books by Anne Innis Dagg.

Series consists of material relating primarily to the publication of Anne Innis Dagg's zoological books, including Canadian wildlife and man, The giraffe, Running, walking and jumping, Camel quest and The camel. Includes correspondence, clippings, ms. notes, typescripts, contracts, reviews, invoices, receipts and ephemera. Also includes two publications.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Files of Gordon Couling

Series consists of records kept by Gordon Couling, charter member and first chair of the teachers' council executive, relating to the formation, administration, and activities of the COAA, mainly for the period from 1953 to 1960. Includes yearly files kept by Couling documenting the administration and activities of the association, as well as Couling's files relating to the annual Leader's Institute at the Macdonald Insitute in Guelph, offered by the Community Programs Branch of the Ontario Department of Education. Includes correspondence, minutes, reports, exhibitors' lists, flyers and programs, course outlines and resource lists, course notes and handouts, forms and surveys, lists of student participants, and other material.

Couling, Gordon

Films

Series consists of two local history films accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record. Includes one of downtown Kitchener, and one of the 118th battalion of Kitchener during First World War.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Films

Series consists of film reels and DVD copies of home movies shot by the Guy family. Includes films showing family members and friends participating in various activities both on vacation and at home in Waterloo. Many of the films show 110 John Boulevard and the early development of the Westmount region of Waterloo.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Financial

Series is comprised of financial materials created by the George Pattinson Woollen Mill and its predecessors. Includes journals, a general ledger, figure slips, a coal account book and a ledger index.

George Pattinson Woollen Mill

Financial : Donations, Bequests

Series consists of files containing materials relating to donations and bequests by individuals and organizations to the K-W YWCA. Includes correspondence, legal information and budgetary information. Also includes information on the K-W YWCA corporate donation campaigns.

Young Women's Christian Association of Kitchener-Waterloo

Financial : Fundraising Campaigns

Series consists of files containing materials on various K-W YWCA fundraising campaigns and events. Includes programme brochures, event information, correspondence, reports, budgets, etc. Also includes all fundraising materials relating to the United Way and their allocations to the K-W YWCA.

Young Women's Christian Association of Kitchener-Waterloo

Financial Files

Series contains material relating to the management of Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation accounts pertaining to estates, Grand River Hospital, Freeport Hospital, St. Mary's Hospital, and United Way. The majority of investments and accounts were held at Canada Trust Company. Includes annual, quarterly and monthly account statements, correspondence, memoranda, investment reports, account summaries, agendas, minutes, policies, and reports.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Fish Hatchery Investigations

Series consists of material relating to fish hatchery investigations and brook trout feeding experiments carried out by Dr. John D. Detwiler from 1920-1932 in Ontario. Includes notebooks, diaries, reviews of activities, minutes, correspondence, etc.

Detwiler, John D.

Forms, Publications : Unnumbered

Series consists of printed and ts. material issued by the Parents' Information Bureau, but not as part of the numbered series, in 1969 and 1976. Two are tss. by A.R. Kaufman relating to birth control.

Parents' Information Bureau

Garret Theatre

Series consists of materials relating to John Herbert's Garret Theatre.

Herbert, John

Garth and the Mermaid

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Barbara Smucker relating to her work "Garth and the Mermaid." Includes tss., research notes, and reviews.

Smucker, Barbara

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