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Album : snapshots.

File consists of one album of snapshots created and accumulated by Gerald Hagey. Includes snapshots of his time at Waterloo College, vacations to Port Burwell and Niagara Falls, and more. Snapshots have been removed from album whenever possible and are now in File 4b.

Hagey, Joseph Gerald

Artesian Well on Caroline St., Waterloo, 1919.

Copy print of a 1919 photo showing Waterloo PUC and town officials at the tapping of an artesian well on Caroline St. The well was capped in 1934; the accompanying news story also shows the gusher resulting from this same well being struck during construction of Waterloo Town Square in 1961. See Series 9 File 53 for 1961 photograph in clipping.

Barber shop exterior.

Jacob Brandt standing in front of his Brandt's Ideal Shaving Parlour which is decorated with greenery, welcome signs and British and American flags possibly for the Saengerfest celebrations. Unidentified man standing to the left. Shaving parlour located at the rear of the Bank of Toronto, on north-west corner of King and Erb Streets next to the Post Office building.
Listed in 1901 and 1907 Vernon Directory, but not in 1913.

Company of Neighbours

Barrons Men's Wear, Bill Matthews

Photos of Bill Matthews, seen in a hat and tweed, outdoor jack, standing on the sidewalk outside of the Barron's Men's Wear storefront at 34 King Street South in Waterloo. Two models are visible behind him posing in menswear. Includes one head and shoulders portrait of Matthews without hat.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Berkinshaw, Daphne residence

File consists of one photograph, cut from a larger photograph postcard, showing the residence of Daphne Berkinshaw. Inscription on verso reads: " Daphne Berkinshaw. Daughter, Cecil Shuh Berkinshaw. John St. Waterloo."

Clement Bowlby Family

Buildings and signs.

File consists of photographs and snapshots of Electrohome plants, warehouses, offices, and subsidiaries, including exterior, aerial, and interior shots. Some photographs contain identification on verso. File also includes a photograph of the Physics Building at the University of Waterloo during construction.

Electrohome

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

Community activities.

File consists of 13 photographs relating to events and activities in the Kitchener-Waterloo community in which Electrohome or CKCO-TV (Central Ontario Television Limited) played a role. Includes photographs of CKCO-TV camera operators and commentators at Queen Elizabeth's visit to Canada in June, 1973, and of W.D. McGregor being presented to Her Majesty; photographs of Prime Minister Trudeau visiting the CKCO-TV studio and meeting Carl A. Pollock; and photographs of Miss Oktoberfest, John A. Pollock presenting a cheque, and other subjects. File also includes a letter, a memorandum, and a typed news story outline about the Royal Visit.

Electrohome

Correspondence : F.

File consists of approximately 23 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "F." File also contains some press clippings as well as photographs of Pollock posing in the Electrohome showroom and at the University of Waterloo for use in an advertisement in the Financial Post.

Electrohome

Correspondence.

File consists of an unaddressed letter written by Ella Anthes Cook, an unsigned letter received by Ella, and a letter and postcard received by Ella from H. Milton Cook. Postcard contains a photograph of Cook with two other men in front of a pavilion, Woodside [farm?], Waterloo.

Rieder and Anthes family

Cottage at Lexington.

Contains two original photographs and two reproduction photographs of two different informal group portraits of eight unidentified women. Caption on envelope states that these are "pictures of a trip Mr. Kaufman and others went on when trouble with the car, Irvin was along".

Kaufman Footwear

Dominion Life Assurance Company head office.

  • SCA265-GA283
  • Fonds
  • 1939

File consists of one photograph of the employees of the head office of the Dominion Life Assurance Company in Waterloo, Ontario. The photograph was taken July 1939. The employees are standing in front of the building at 14 Erb Street West.

Dominion Life Assurance Company

Electrohome conference.

File consists of 69 photographs, some or all of which were taken at a conference held at the University of Waterloo in 1966. Includes snapshots of female models in posing with televisions, stereos, and furniture on a stage; conference participants touring an Electrohome plant, in a lecture hall, and taking turns dancing with a woman in a lobby area; and men and women, including Carl A. Pollock, having cocktails. One snapshot shows banners on either side of a stage reading "Younger by design" and "Happy 60th anniversary".

Electrohome

Electrohome dealers and branches.

File consists of a photograph of an Electrohome dealer in New York, the store front of the Hydro Shop (Waterloo, ON?), and the Vancouver branch of Electrohome.

Electrohome

Fogel, Angeline.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Angeline Fogel seen looking off camera. She is wearing a lace collard top and a [charm?] choker.

Schantz Russell Family

Fogel, Angeline.

One upper body studio portrait of Angeline Fogel. Identification from album.

Originally on page 25 of album 3.

Schantz Russell Family

Gribble family.

Studio portrait of [Mary Harriet Gribble] with her grandchildren Elsie Snider and Ralph Snider, the children of Faith Gribble and William Snider. She is shown looking down at newborn Elsie, held on her lap, while Ralph, about three years of age, stands next to them, looking over shoulder off camera.

Schantz Russell Family

Houses.

Photographs of houses, including the Martin residence at 41 Allen Street East, Waterloo [?]; the home of Wilson and Dorothy Martin at 155 Dunrae Avenue in Mount-Royal, Quebec; the home of R.T. Wilson in Dundas, Ontario; the Kabel's 'restful home'; and other unidentified houses.

Martin, John Gartshore

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

King St., Waterloo.

This photograph, ca. 1900, shows a woman crossing the West side of King St. North in Waterloo. The street railway tracks are clearly visible, as are the storefronts with awnings down. The most visible sign is "J. Schondelmayer." A German flag is hanging from an upper window and store fronts appear to be decorated with greenery.

Company of Neighbours

King Street, Waterloo, Ont., 1923 : completed paving work.

  • SCA201-GA178
  • Fonds
  • 1923

One photograph of a section of King Street, Waterloo, Ont. showing recently completed paving work by Standardite Paving. Also visible in the photograph are streetcar tracks, early street lights and automobiles.

Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge.

File consists of photographs, snapshots, and negatives of buildings around Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge. Includes images of the intersection at King and Frederick Streets in Kitchener, the Dana Porter Library at the University of Waterloo, the interior of the Waterloo City Centre at 100 Regina Street South, Cambridge Place, and the Cambridge campus of Conestoga College.

Electrohome

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