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Dominion Tire plant.

File consists of one photograph of the Dominion Tire factory on Strange Street in Kitchener from the train tracks. Shows original building as well as first additions and parking lot.

Dominion Rubber Company

Stewart, Elizabeth (Betty) Clement.

File consists of two "candid camera" snapshots of Elizabeth (Betty) Clement Stewart on her wedding day being walked into the church by her father William Pope Clement. Taken by by Belair, Kitchener, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

Shand dam and area.

File consists of photographs relating to the construction of the Shand Dam, near Belwood, ON. Includes photographs of the construction progress, photographs taken from Belwood Road and Orangeville Road, and photographs of a group of men visiting the dam. Some photographs include descriptions on verso.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Clement and Jackson families.

Snapshot of (left to right) Charles Bowlby Clement, Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, Isabella Jackson Hayward and Geneva Jackson standing together Geneva Jackson's garden.

Clement Bowlby Family

Stewart, Elizabeth (Betty) Clement.

File consists of one full length wedding portrait of Elizabeth (Betty) Clement Stewart. Betty is shown in her gown, holding her bouquet on the front steps of her home. Portrait was taken and is signed by Charles Belair.

Clement Bowlby Family

Toronto

Original copy of constitution and bylaws, 1953; correspondence; drafts [by Kay Rex?]; ephemera; membership lists; news clippings; notes; reminiscences; reports; and photographs. Also in the file are the Senate Bill S-8, Act to Incorporate Canadian Women's press Club, 1958; issues of Open Line; a list of memorial award winners; a branch member directories, 1966-1967, 1967-1968, 1969-1970, undated; a copy of Pathfinders by Miriam Green Ellis, and a photocopy of Then We Were Four: The Story of the Toronto Women's Press Club by Byrne Hope Sanders.

Includes biographical material about members and women journalists including: Marjorie Wilkins Campbell, Dora Conover, Zora McMillan Cherry, Virginia Etherington, Agnes MacPhail, and Anne Merrill.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Augustine and Kaufman families.

A photograph of the Augustine and Kaufman families taken on December 25, 1941 in front of 22 Margaret Ave. Kitchener, Ontario.

Back row, left to right: Albert William Augustine, Mary Eleanor Kaufman (Merritt), Edmond Kaufman, Bernard Sandwell, Robert Kaufman, Carl Kaufman, Alvin Ratz Kaufman, Milton Ratz Kaufman.

Middle Row, left to right: Mary Caroline Augustine, Edna Louise Augustine, Helen Mary Sandwell, Jean Kaufman (wife of A.R. Kaufman), Jean Kaufman (Koetsien), Emma Ratz Kaufman, Edith Kaufman (wife of M.R. Kaufman), John Ross Augustine.

Front row, left to right, seated: Mrs. Hutton, Mary Kaufman.

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Hill, Cameron : Wings Parade.

Snapshots of Cameron Hill and fellow aircrew taken during their British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) Wings Parade on June 7, 1941 in Toronto, Ontario.

Also includes a book titled, Canada's air heritage, that was likely distributed to all aircrew during the Wings Parade. The book was issued under authority of the Minister of National Defence for Air and describes the military careers and achievements of four Canadians who served with distinction in the Royal Air Force during the First World War including William Avery Bishop, William George Barker, Raymond Collishaw, and Alan Arnett McLeod.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Clippings : local history.

File consists of clippings accumulated by Florence Grace Clement on the history of the Kitchener-Waterloo region.

Clement, Florence Grace

Trans-Canada Air Lines passenger's coupon.

A passenger's coupon issued by Trans-Canada Air Lines for air passage between Stevenson Airport (now the James Armstrong Richardson International Airport) in Winnipeg, Manitoba and Malton Airport (now the Toronto Pearson International Airport) near Toronto, Ontario. The coupon was likely used by Cameron Hill to travel between airbases when he was enrolled in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP).

Hill, Cameron Clare

Shand dam and area.

File consists of four 1943 photographs of the Shand dam upon completion, a 1945 photograph of a body of water (either the Grand River or Lake Belwood, or possibly a flooded area), and 13 photographs of the area surrounding the Shand dam that was flooded by the reservoir before the dam was built. Some photographs include indentifcation on verso.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Shand dam slides.

File consists of three lantern slides depicting the construction of the Shand dam, taken during October and November of 1941.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. Film shows family activities in Big Bay and Waterloo including children, rafting, boating, a golf tournament, and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Class photograph : grades 7 and 8c, Suddaby School, Kitchener, Ontario.

A group portrait of approximately 36 students and their teachers in grades 7 and 8c from Suddaby School in Kitchener, Ontario. The students and teachers are posed on the front steps of the school.

Some of the students in the photograph have been identified including:

  • Charles Greb (third row, first from the left)
  • Mary Ham (second row, sixth from the left)
  • Miss Knechtel (second row, eleventh from the left)
  • Marion Eckel Gellatlyl (third row, fifth from the left)
  • Ruth Mary Hatton (third row, sixth from the left)
  • Ruth Bean (third row, ninth from the left)
  • John Whalley (fourth row, fourth from the left)

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Grand River : glass plate negatives.

File consists of seven glass plate negatives showing scenes of the Grand River and of the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Includes scenes of the Shand Dam construction, river fortification, houses and businesses along the river and of a Scout troupe.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Rex, Kay at Canadian Press office.

File consists of one photograph showing Kay Rex with three men at the Canadian Press office in Ottawa. The four are shown working at desks with typewriters.

Rex, Kay

Rex, Kay at Canadian Press office.

File consists of one photograph showing Kay Rex with five men at the Canadian Press office in Ottawa. Kay and another man are shown looking at a piece of paper from a typewritter while the other four men work in the office.

Rex, Kay

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. Film shows family activities in Big Bay, Lake Rosseau, Cressmans woods and Waterloo including fishing, swimming and diving, sailing, skiing, vacationing, and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Illig, Joseph in naval uniform.

File consists of one photograph of Joseph Illig in his naval uniform before shipping out. The photograph was taken in the backyard at 123 Roger Street in Waterloo, Ontario.

Illig Family

Doerr candy factory fire.

File consists of ten photographs showing the aftermath of the fire at the Dare factory on Breithaupt street in March of 1943.

Dare Foods Limited

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. The film shows family activities in Waterloo and Big Bay including hockey, skiing, camps, swimming, fishing, sailing, and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Home movie / Guy family.

One film reel, a home movie showing members of the Guy family and friends. The film shows family activities in Waterloo including sledding, bicycling, golfing, skiing, fishing, the St. Andrew's cadet core, and more. A scene list by Jim Guy is included.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Dare Co. Ltd., Kitchener.

File consists of one photograph of employees of the Kitchener office of Dare Foods. Some employees are identified on a separate piece of paper.

Included in the photo:

Bloomin, Joan
Brubacher, Dorothy
Dargell, Carl
Dunbar, Les
Farenbach, [?]
Gaeler, Vela
Haas, Harry
Hanamel, [?]
Heffesin, [?]
Hopp, Oscar
Katush, Bernice
Miller, Belle
Ringwald, [?]
Scanin, Stella
Schlitt, Marg
Schmitt, Cully
Schultz, Bernice
Schuster, [?]
Smiley, Dorothy
Smiley, Marjorie
West, Frank
[?], George
[?], Jenny
[?], Scuster

Dare Foods Limited

Photos of the new (post-fire) Dare factory in Sunnyside, Kitchener, approx. 1944.

File consists of five photographs of employees at work in the Dare Company Limited biscuit plant in Sunnyside, Kitchener. Duplicates are present. Some photographs contain captions on verso: moving trays of cookies into/out of the reel oven; dough forming, near the entrance to the reel oven; filling tins of soda crackers; 1944 - production for Defense Dept.; behind the reel oven.

Dare Foods Limited

Howe Candy Company Christmas party Knight Hall, Hamilton.

File consists of one photograph of the Howe Candy Company Christmas party at Knight Hall in Hamilton in 1944. Some employees are identified on a separate piece of paper.

Identified in the photo:

Bloomin, Joan
Brubacher, Dorothy
Dunbar, Les
Miller, Belle
Nolan, Mary
Peters, Ben
Schultz, Bernice
Smiley, Dorothy
Smiley, [?]
[?], Jenny

Dare Foods Limited

Dare Foods factory.

File consists of four photographs of employees working on various stages of cookie production in the Dare factory.

Dare Foods Limited

Ontario Cabinet.

File consists of one photograph showing members of George Drew's cabinet from 1945. Includes: Percy Vivian, Dana Porter, Charles Daley Arthur Welsh, Bill Goodfellow, Roland Mitchener, Bill Gresinger, Scott, George Dunbar, George Doucette, Leslie Frost, George Drew, Tom Kennedy, Les Blackwell, George Challies.

Porter, Dana Harris

Martin, Jamie : grave and memorial stone.

Photographs relating to Jamie Martin's grave and memorial stone. Includes snapshots of the grave and cemetery at Beny-sur-mer near Caen, France, including some with John Alexander and Jessie Martin; a snapshot of a memorial stone for Jamie at the Grove Cemetery in Dundas, Ontario; and a photograph of cenotaph in Waterloo, Ontario.

Martin, John Gartshore

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