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Photographs : CKCO-TV (file 2 of 2).

File consists of 34 photographs of CKCO-TV personalities, staff, events, and programs. Some of the photographs have the CKCO-TV Conestoga wagon logo in the bottom left corner, and most have some identification on verso. Personalities depicted include Reg Sellner, Grace Lawson, Big Al, Elaine Cole, and George Caldwel, Betty Thompson, Violet Scriver, and others. Subjects include the CKCO-TV mobile unit, stills from programs (news, weather, local game shows, talk shows, children's programs, Canadian Bandstand), technicians on the job, parades, and Queen Elizabeth's 1959 visit to Kitchener city hall.

Electrohome

Dare family and friends.

File consists of four photographs showing members of the Dare family and their friends at both the Dare family home at 221 Pandora Cres. and the Walper Terrace hotel. Identifications present on versos include:

  • Russell, Jack
  • Dare, Carl
  • O'Hara, Kevin
  • McFadzen, Ralph
  • Lumsky, Jim
  • McFadzen, Gath
  • Hopp, Oscar
  • Wild, Les
  • Russell, Em
  • Dare, Ruth
  • Lumby, Marie
  • O'Hara, Marion
  • Wild, Jean

Dare Foods Limited

Dominion Rubber club

File consists of one photograph of employees seated around the table at the Dominion Rubber club. A Staebler Insurance calendar can be seen in the background.

Dominion Rubber Systems

Facilities : Plant 3 : 809 Wellington Street, Kitchener.

File consists of one photograph of Carl A. Pollock and others at the 1956 ground-breaking ceremony for the Electrohome plant at 809 Wellington Street North in Kitchener (Plant 3), two photographs of the 1962 expansion during construction, and three photographs of the plant after the expansion. File also includes an artist's sketch of the plant and a memorandum.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 5 : Greb building on Mansion Street.

File consists of two photographs of the Greb Shoe Company building on Mansion and Chestnut Streets in Kitchener, purchased by Electrohome in [1956?]. One of the photographs has been retouched by hand to show anticipated changes to the building.

Electrohome

Plant 3 opening.

File consists of 39 photographs of the construction of Plant 3 (Wellington Street) and the official opening ceremony. Includes informal progress photographs, photographs of speeches during the opening ceremony (including some of Carl A. Pollock), and photographs of the reception.

Electrohome

Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra.

File consists of three photographs showing the members of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, in which William Pope Clement played the viola for twenty-five years, and was a Life Director. William can be seen in the orchestra in two of the photographs.

Clement Bowlby Family

Demolition of Buildings on Hall's Lane, Kitchener, April, 1958, to make way for Parking Lot.

Print photographs, with typed captions on verso, taken by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record of building demolition along Hall's Lane. File also includes April 5, 1958 newspaper clipping of published version of one of the photos [GA92-9-26_002].

Caption on verso of GA92-9-26_001 reads: "KITCHENER - Demolitions (April 3, 1958). Old home vanishes from Hall's Lane, together with three-story building used for some years by William Knell and Company. Purchased for city parking lot. (Walper Hotel in right background.)

Caption on verso of GA92-9-26_002: "KITCHENER - Demolitions. Two old buildings on Hall's lane east just off Queen street south are being demolished to make way for new Parking Authority car lot."

Caption on verso of GA92-9-26_003: "KITCHENER - Demolitions. April 5, 1958. Hall's Lane."

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Clement, William Pope.

File consists of two photographs of William Pope Clement. He is shown in his office on the telephone looking at a document. One photograph is a cropped and enlarged version of the other.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, William Pope.

File consists of six studio proofs of upper body portraits William Pope Clement. Also included is the original proof-book.

Clement Bowlby Family

Peter McArthur log house : Doon Pioneer Village.

Five images of the Peter McArthur log house at Doon Pioneer Village (now Doon Heritage Crossroads) in Kitchener, Ont. Caption on the verso of the image used in the book states "Peter McArthur's log house now in the Pioneer Village, near Doon. Note overhang on both sides which is a very rare type of construction". Also includes a handwritten note regarding the building.

Rempel, John I.

Quarter Century Club.

File consists of photographs taken at Quarter Century Club banquets in Kitchener and Trois-Rivieres. Includes photographs of club members receiving a gift, and group portraits. Some photographs include Harry Greb and Arthur C. Greb. Duplicate photographs are present.

Greb Industries Limited

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.

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 1 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 2 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Facilities : snapshots.

File consists of 15 snapshots of Electrohome Plant 2 (480 Victoria Street North), Plant 3 (809 Wellington Street North), Plant 4 (152 Shanley Street), an antenna in a field, and an unidentified building for sale.

Electrohome

Facilities : aerial photographs.

File consists of 14 aerial photographs (plus duplicates) of Electrohome Plants 1 (283 Duke Street), Plant 2 (480 Victoria Street North), Plant 3 (809 Wellington Street North), Plant 4 (142 & 152 Shanley Street), and Plant 5 (140 Mansion Street) in Kitchener.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 6 : Kitchener.

File consists of and a glossy print of a drawing of Plant 6, located at the south end of Kitchener, with a typed cutline announcing the plant's construction; and an aerial photograph of the plant after it became operational. File also includes company brochures about the plant.

Electrohome

Revisions.

File consists of two architectural drawings showing revisions to original plans of the YWCA for the second floor, ground floor kitchen, basement, and third floor laundry. Plans are by architectural firm Barnett, Rieder and Hymmen.

Young Women's Christian Association of Kitchener-Waterloo

Plant 6 : industrial park.

File consists of material relating to the announcement and construction of Plant 6 in Kitchener's industrial park. Includes a news release, three photographs of the ground-breaking ceremony, and four photographs of the plant at various stages of construction. Pictured with Carl A. Pollock at the ground-breaking ceremony are Art Balabazuk, R.D. Armstrong, and Kitchener Mayor Keith Hymmen.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 6 construction : informal progress photographs.

File consists of 99 snapshots taken during the construction of Electrohome's Plant 6 in Kitchener's industrial park (Goodrich Drive and Wilson Avenue), from June to October in 1965, and the move of equipment from Plant 4 to Plant 6. Some photographs include identification on verso. Photographs are in no particular order, and duplication may exist.

Electrohome

Research : map and parking facilities study plan.

File consists of a map of Kitchener-Waterloo depicting dates and types of aerial photography that had been mapped, and a study plan of parking facilities on Lancaster and Arnold streets in Kitchener. Both items prepared by the City of Kitchener, planning department.

Electrohome

Clement, William Pope and Muriel Alberta Kerr Clement.

File consists of eight photographs showing the fiftieth anniversary party for William Pope Clement and Muriel Alberta Kerr Clement at Westmount Golf and Country Club. Photographs include images of the couple as well as guests such as: Goeroge Morley, Leith Fraser Raney, Danielle [?], Frederick Pohl, Karel Stark, Norma Hatten, Dorothy Snyder [?], and Helen Pollock.

Clement Bowlby Family

Official opening : Plant 6 : publicity.

File consists of material relating to the publicity of the opening of Plant 6 in Kitchener's industrial park in 1966. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence and memoranda, copies of news releases (some edited), 15 photographs of the plant (including several aerial shots) and the opening ceremonies, and a brochure about the plant. File also includes a typed copy of the remarks presented by Hon. Stanley J. Randall (Ontario Minister of Economics and Development), and a typed copy of the remarks presented by Hon. C.M. Drury (Minister of Industry).

Electrohome

Plant 6 and plant 10.

File consists of photographs of Electrohome's Plant 6 (Kitchener) and Plant 10 (Cambridge). Includes photographs of the manufacturing, loading, shipping, and lumber storage areas and aerial photographs of Plant 6. File also includes a photograph of a group of Electrohome sales staff posing outside a bus with "Electrohome Showtime '66" hats and portfolios. File also includes one memorandum. Duplicate photographs are present.

Electrohome

Kitchener Downtown Mall

Film approximately 7:20 minutes in length of Kitchener Mall a pedestrianized stretch of King Street East in downtown Kitchener during the summer months. Pedestrians and cyclists are seen moving along sidewalks and crossing streets, with the occasional trolleybus passing by. Parking spaces are painted in white hash marks with numerous tree-filled planters, flowerbeds, and benches positioned within and along them. Shots of flower beds, sculptures, a water fountain donated by the Big Brothers Association, and people seated on patios and benches appear through out. Buildings and storefronts visible include: Odeon, Eaton's, Kresge, Dutch Boy Food Market, Strand Bowl, Palladium Restaurant, Lyric theatre, Pennsylvania Kitchen, Goudies Department Store, the Walper Hotel, Queen's Restaurant, the Toronto Dominion Bank, Grafton's, Woolworth's, Sally's, Zeller's, Jack Fraser, Herman Lippert Mens Wear, Young's Jewellers, Samer's, and Frank's Mens Wear.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

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