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Moyer, Jennie.

One full body portrait of Jennie Moyer (daughter of Levi Nash Moyer). Jennie is shown seated on a barrel out doors wearing a cap and a jacket. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Moyer, Levi Nash and Mollie.

One portrait of Levi Nash and Mollie Moyer. The two are shown are seated in front of a book shelf inside a home. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Ruth.

Two identical full body studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, four years of age. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Clement, William Pope and friend.

File consists of one group portrait showing William Pope Clement with an unidentified other boy. Both boys are wearing jackets and garrison caps.

Clement Bowlby Family

Percy S. Keeting photograph album.

  • SCA283-GA318
  • Fonds
  • 1897-1922

Fonds consists of one photograph album owned by Percy S. Keeting with 120 photographs of daily life in Britain.

Keeting, Percy S.

Schantz, Arthur.

One head and should studio portrait of Arthur B. Schantz. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Arthur.

One upper body studio portrait of Arthur Schantz. Date is based on identical photograph on a different mount found in the collection. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Anthes, John S. family : snapshots.

File consists of nine mounted snapshots of the family of John S. and Lydia Anthes. Includes photographs of Martha Rieder and Ella Anthes Cook, Ella Anthes Cook and Louisa Breithaupt, J.I. Frank Anthes with Ella and Louisa, John. S. and Lydia Anthes with Louisa and Martha, and John S. Anthes. Duplicates are present. Some of the photographs were probably taken by Martha with her camera.

Rieder and Anthes family

Heaven’s Blessing on the Twain.

A stereograph titled, “Heaven’s Blessing on the Twain” taken by Benjamin Kilburn and mounted by James M. Davis. The stereograph is part of Benjamin Kilburn’s “Marriage series” and depicts a man and a woman asleep in bed with a spectral outline of an angel overlooking them. This stereograph is an example of spirit photography.

Kilburn, Benjamin West

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

Moyer, Mary Emma.

One upper body studio portrait of Mary Emma Moyer seen looking at camera. She is wearing a lace collared top with leg of mutton style sleeves.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Orpheus Moyer.

An informal group portrait of Schantz and Flagler family members and friends, seated on the steps of a house, taken March 6, 1898. Includes musical instruments.

Schantz Russell Family

Breithaupt, Albert.

File consists of two photographs of Albert Breithaupt, one posing with a rifle over a buck, and one posing with Martha Rieder and a fish he caught.

Rieder and Anthes family

Clement family.

File consists of one photograph showing a group of people (including members of the Clement family) on board a steamboat in Muskoka. Note on verso identifies the steamboat as possibly "The Seguin" [?].

Clement Bowlby Family

Moyer, Mollie Raymond.

Upper body studio portrait of Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Moyer, seen looking off camera in a partially beaded, high-collared top.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Ruth.

One portrait of Ruth Schantz, age six. Ruth is shown at home resting her arm on a table with a potted plant.

Schantz Russell Family

Near Tiny Beach, Penetang.

File consists of a photograph, possibly taken by Martha Rieder on the way to Penetanguishene from Berlin, of women and children resting on a beach and in horse-drawn buggy.

Rieder and Anthes family

Trip to Niagara.

File consists of snapshots probably taken by Martha Rieder on a trip she took to Niagara on September 1, 1898 from Toronto on the S.S. Chippewa with her uncle and aunt [Anthes?], Irene [cousin?] and Ella Anthes Cook. Includes snapshots of Niagara Falls, Brock's monument, some of the party having a picnic, and other scenes from the trip.

Rieder and Anthes family

Schneider, Norman and Alfred Gofton.

Formal portrait of Norm Schneider and Alfred Schneider Gofton. They are dressed in overalls but are wearing shirts and ties. Includes a note on the verso of the photograph about Alfred Gofton's relationship to Norm Schneider.

Schneider, J.M. family

Clement family.

File consists of two identical group portraits (one mounted) showing the children of Janie and E.P. Clement. Left to right : Edwin Oliver, William Pope, Blanche Mildred, Florence Grace, Charles Bowlby.

Clement Bowlby Family

Gofton, Alfred and Norm Schneider.

Fully body studio portrait of Norm Schneider and Alfred Schneider Gofton. Norm is standing with arm on Alfred's shoulder. Both are wearing coveralls with a shirt and tie underneath.

Schneider, J.M. family

Moyer, Mollie Raymond.

Upper body studio portrait of Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Moyer, seen looking off camera in a partially beaded, high-collared top.

Schantz Russell Family

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

Moyer, Mollie.

One upper body studio portrait card photograph of Mollie Moyer (wife of Levi Nash Moyer). Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, James Robert and wife Elisabeth.

One group portrait of James Robert Schantz (nephew of Tobias Schantz) and his wife Elisabeth. James is shown seated in a chair while Elisabeth stands to his side. Note that at this time Wetaskiwin was part of N.W.T. until Alberta separated in 1905.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz family and friends.

One photograph showing Schantz family members and friends out front of the home of Mrs. McNamee who lived in Morton Park along with the Schantz's.

Back row: Sophie Schantz, Arthur Schantz, "Jed" Moore [?], Lor Brown, Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Frank Thompson, Clara Robbins. Middle Row: Carrie Flagler Schantz, Annie Payne Brown, Mrs. McNamee [?].

Front Row: Marshall Dutton, Ruth Schantz, Edwina Meanly, Laura Gardin, Robert Brown, Geradline Meanly.

Schantz Russell Family

Kaufman, Emma and Kaufman family.

File consists of three studio portraits and a snapshot of Emma Kaufman and one studio portrait of Jacob Kaufman with children Emma, Alvin R., and Edna, and an unidentified woman. Some portraits are mounted.

Rieder and Anthes family

[Shoemaker's Lake wells?].

File consists of four mounted photographs (plus duplicates) of artesian wells, probably located near the pumping station at Shoemaker's Lake. Two of the photographs show two men near the wells, and one photograph shows 10 men gathered around a well and the drilling rig.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Schantz, Sophie.

One photograph of Sophie Schantz with her kindergarten class in Chicago. Sophie moved to Chicago to attend the Froebel Association. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Rieder, Martha : with friends at Ontario Ladies' College.

File consists of photographs, most of which were probably taken by Martha, documenting aspects of her time as a student at the Ontario Ladies' College in Whitby. Includes mostly snapshots of Martha's friends and roommates taken around the college and on the grounds. File also includes a studio portriat of four girls posing with tennis rackets and a trophy. Some duplicates are present.

Mostly groups of girls having fun e.g. 'pillow fight,' etc.; sweet photo of the 4 roommates (Martha, Ella, Lucy Edkins, Zella Dexter).

Rieder and Anthes family

Shoemaker's Lake pump house.

File consists of a mounted photograph of 12 men (probably including the water commissioners) standing around an artesian well and drilling rig in front of the pump house at Shoemaker's Lake.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Eby, Glenn Earl.

Full body studio portrait of Glenn Earl Eby, seen as a small child, standing on a chair, wearing a long gown with lace.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Ruth.

One profile portrait of Ruth Schantz, showing her left side with a ribbon in her hair. Verso features an advertisement for the studio.

Schantz Russell Family

Shoemaker's Lake well.

File consists of a mounted photograph of 12 men (probably including the water commissioners) standing around an artesian well and drilling rig at Shoemaker's Lake.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Photograph Album #13

One photograph album labelled, "Schantz Family, Steckles, 1913-1918." Includes:

Portrait: Herbert Cecil Palmer Schantz and Arthur Benjamin Schantz, 1899.

Portraits: Schantz family, Jan. 1911, family portraits with Alta and Mr. Martin, Mrs Scheidel, Jessie Thompson, "Edmonton Schantz's."

Portrait: Lizzie Snyder Schantz family [children], identified.

Steckle Farm: "On the road to Steckles", 1910, Henry Steckle, with Orpheus Moyer Schantz and Worth Flagler Schantz in horse-drawn wagon, 1910, family group posed on steps.

Jacob Kolb farm: view of farm from across the Grand River.

Oliver Kolb house, Breslau, 1911: winter scene.

Jacob Kolb farm: group of women on river bank "ready for wading in Grand River", also includes snapshot of them wading, 1914. Includes identifications.

Schantz home, 43 Schneider Ave, Berlin, Ont., Jan. 1911.

Schantz reunion, June, 1913: group portraits.

Photographs taken on Florence's trip in western Canada with Austin Tobias Schantz, Jean Beddome, Blanche Singleton, 1911 [deteriorated and discoloured]. Includes scenes near Banff, camping near Canmore, Lake Minnewonka, "The Louis Ranch" near Cochrane, Alberta, also horses being driven across creek.

Photographs taken at Arthur Benjamin Schantz's homestead, "Elk Lodge."

Harry Bricker's homestead and family, Harmatton, Alberta.

U.B.C.S.S. : group portraits at picnic, 1913.

Snapshots taken at Rockwood, July, 1915, 1916 (includes Mabel Dunham).

Snapshots taken at Puslinch lake, 1890's.

Holtzman home, Hagenstown, Maryland.

Snapshots taken at the United Brethren Conference at Kitchener in May 10-17, 1917. Includes many identifications.

Snapshots taken at Port Elgin, 1916.

Snapshots taken at Elora, Aug. 2, 1915.

Snapshots taken during visit of Levi Moyer in 1918 Waterloo Park, Cressman's Woods, King St., Kitchener, family members.

Snapshots taken at Victoria Park: deer, Earl Reis, 1914.

Group portrait: Snyders, Schantz, Georges, 1913.

Snapshots taken at Jordan, Ontario, 1904: "Cousin Sam Fry's home." Includes snapshot of the house, group in sleigh: Sam Fry, Mrs. Fry, her mother Annie, Aunt Molly, Great Aunt Annie Fry.

Photographs of May Gribble White's home and family, 1916, Orrville, Ont. Includes view of house and family on the porch, interior views of a decorated Christmas, shots of the children, and "Mrs. Gribble's tombstone."

Includes two postcards: "Presenting of colours, 118th Kitchener Battalion, Sept. 11, 1916" and "London: camp, Carling Heights, 1916."

Two snapshots taken at Cochrane, Ont. : "After fire, Cochrane, Ont., 1916" and "French family, Cochrane."

Schantz Russell Family

White, Wilifred Herbert.

One full body studio portrait of Wilifred White as an infant. Wilifred is shown in a cradle. Possible postmortem photograph. Wilifred was born February 20, 1899 and passed June 4, 1899. Identification from verso.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Florence and Sophie.

One upper body studio portrait of Florence Annie Catherine and Sophie Emma Schantz. A more relaxed pose, Sophie has her arm around Florence and Florence is wearing glasses. Photograph was originally owned by Florence.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Florence and Sophie.

One upper body studio portrait of Florence Annie Catherine Schantz and Sophie Emma Schantz. Both women are wearing hats and Florence is wearing glasses. Photograph was originally owned by Sophie Schantz.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz/Moyer family.

One photograph of members of the Schantz/Moyer family. The family is shown standing together outdoors in front of a growth of trees.

Identified from verso are: Ethel Raymond Sabin, Elihu De Forest Watt, Jennie Moyer, Edmund Warren Moyer, Mary May Raymond, Thomas Cowen Kelly, Jessie Watt Moyer, Ela Bliss Moyer, Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Annie Bell Raymond, Sophie Emma Schantz, Mary Emma Moyer, Mary Raymond Moyer (Mollie), Harry Rollin Moyer, Levi Nash Moyer, Robert Raymond Moyer, Ruth Schantz, Carrie Flagler Schantz, Charlotte Hays Moyer, Mary Elizabeth Moyer.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Ruth.

One photograph with four frames of Ruth Schantz. Four separate images of Ruth in different poses have been taken, and have been developed together on one photographic paper. The image is mounted on a large board around which Carrie Flagler Schantz has painted pink flowers, copied two lines from the poem, Seven Times One by Jean Ingelow and recorded the date as September 30, 1899. The two lines from the poem are, “I've said my seven times over and over; Seven times one are seven.”

Schantz Russell Family

Hunt, Alice Riggs.

File consists of one upper body portrait photograph of Alice Riggs Hunt taken while she was overseas taken by G&R Lavis, Eastbourne.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Lawson [Byers?] placing roses on William Byers' grave.

Snapshot of a young boy identified as Lawson, placing flowers on William Byers' grave. Explanation on verso reads: "This is Lawson putting the bunch of roses he had for his christining [sic] on his Uncle Will's grave. The words on the stone are 'In loving memory of Wm C. Byers born August 1, 1885, died August 13, 1921', the circle 'Woodmen of the World' his lodge."

Byers, Harry J.

Ralph Fischer, Martin Diegel, Harry J.

Snapshot of three men loading a shotgun. The men are identified on the verso of the photograph as Ralph Fischer, Martin Diegel, and Harry J. [Byers] (at right).

Byers, Harry J.

Two unidentified men.

Snapshot of [Fred Byers] and an unidentified ma standing outdoors wearing suits and boater hats.

Byers, Harry J.

Clark and his aunt in Illinois.

Snapshot of Clark [?] and his aunt. There is an explanation on the verso of the photograph. Explanation on verso reads: "This is Clark & his aunt in Illinois she was a sweet old lady just like ma - she's 84 yrs old."

Byers, Harry J.

Traveling salesman.

Snapshot of 2 unidentified children standing beside a dog, with two horses, a cart, and a car in the background.

Byers, Harry J.

Unidentified street scene.

Snapshot of an unidentified street scene showing building facades, people, and cars. Possibly somewhere in Russia.

Byers, Harry J.

Me, age 31, Roy age 37.

Snapshot of a couple standing in a park. Shadow of photographer visible at bottom right.

Byers, Harry J.

This is Patricia.

Snapshot of Patricia Gentry standing on a sidewalk, with a road and lamppost behind her.

Byers, Harry J.

Glenn Mac McCourt.

Snapshot of a Glenn Mac McCourt, standing in a yard, with a house behind him. Caption on verso reads: "Glenn Mac McCourt age 3 yrs - a real boy."

Byers, Harry J.

Unidentified people fishing.

Snapshot of a group of unidentified people sitting on a river bank fishing. There is a car on the riverbank, and one man is also standing fishing in the water.

Byers, Harry J.

Sagoss and two door knob cooks.

Snapshot of 3 unidentified individuals standing in front of a wharf and pier, with a boat docked and a lighthouse in the distance.

Byers, Harry J.

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