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Schneider, Herbert J. and Betty Ruppel.

Undated clipping (ill.) regarding the wedding of Herbert J. Schneider and Betty Ruppel at the Kress Hotel in Preston. Article notes Brita Schneider served as bridesmaid and Howard Schneider as bestman. File includes place cards for the Bride and Groom.

Schneider, J.M. family

Clippings.

Clipping from an unidentified newspaper titled "Squeals of Delight Over Succulent Pig Tails at Knockers Club Feats" relating to Knockers Club annual pigtail feast in Ottawa.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

One clipping of a photo with caption from an undated edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record regarding Norman C. Schneider's nomination as a Liberal candidate in the federal election: "NOMINATE CANDIDATE - Norman C. Schneider (left), MP for Waterloo North, was nominated candidate for the Liberal Party in the next federal election last night. Clark Murray (centre), MP for Oxford, was the guest speaker at the rally and G. Bruce McCullough (right), president of the Liberal association, was chairman."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings (ill) from an undated edition of the Waterloo Chronicle titled: "Schneider Retains Seat for Liberals; Miss Janzen Predicts New Election in 18 Months with P.C.'s Victorious." Includes table with vote counts for Janzen, Schneider, and Schroeder.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the June 7, 1952 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record: "GREET DEFENCE MINISTER - Henry A. Hosking, MP for Wellington South (left), of Guelph, and Norman C. Schneider, MP elect for Waterloo North, welcomed Defence Minister Claxton (right) when he landed at the Waterloo-Wellington airport yesterday after a flight from Ottawa. Behind Mr. Claxton is Russell Daly, Guelph, president of the Western Ontario Liberal Association."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from unidentified and undated newspaper: "SPEAKS IN WATERLOO - The prime minister [Louis St. Laurent] spoke from the City Hall steps in Waterloo this afternoon. Mayor Roberts (left) and N.C. Schneider, MP, are with him."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings from an unidentified newspaper and an undated issue of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record relating to Norman C. Schneider's political career.

  • "Norman C. Schneider in Liberal Race," April 18, 1952 (ill.)
  • "Schneider Named Liberal Candidate; No Opposition" (ill.)

Caption from Record photo: "NOMINATE LIBERAL CANDIDATE - Norman Schneider (left) was nominated Liberal candidate in the May 26 by-election at a meeting last night in the Waterloo North Liberal Association. Left to right are Mr. Schneider, Justice Minister Garson, Bruce McCullough, president of the association, and Harold S. Wagner, secretary."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the March 20, 1953 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record: "RARE COMMONS PHOTO - For the first time in some years, the House of Commons at Ottawa had its picture taken yesterday afternoon. Arrow points to N.C. Schneider, MP for Waterloo North. Prime Minister S. Laurent (wearing glasses) is directly above the page's head (lower left). At his right is Trade Minister Howe and on his left is Agriculture Minister Gardiner. Directly across from the prime minister is George Drew, opposition leader. Speaker Ross Macdonald of Brantford is in the chair at centre."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from undated and unidentified newspaper: "PARADE BEGINS - Mr. Schneider and wife smile happily as the Liberal victory parade to Waterloo, St. Jacobs and Elmira begins. The motorcade disbanded at Elmira." File includes clipping of vote count results for Emel, Isley, Janzen and Schneider.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping titled "Baked Pig Tails, Plus Tall Tales Mingle at Knockers Club Fiesta" relating to 1954 event in Ottawa. Includes captioned photo by Newton: "At Pig Tail Dinner - Ottawa Knockers Club held its famous annual pig tail dinner at the [Chateau?] last night. Lining up for the delicacy are, left to right: Raymond Brunet, guest speaker of the evening; Controller Paul Tardif, George McIlraith, MP, with Norman Schneider, MP, doing the serving."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings relating to a performance by the Schneider Orpheus Male Choir for members of Parliament and Senate in Ottawa. Includes news story and captioned photo clipping

  • "Ottawa Hall Rings As K-W Choir Sings," by Richard Jackson, Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Photo caption: "K-W GROUP ENTERTAINS PARLIAMENT - The 28-voice Schneider Orpheus Male Choir from Kitchener-Waterloo, currently on a tour of Ontario, is shown here as it entertained members of Parliament, the Senate and their wives at a special concert arranged by Norman C. Schneider, Liberal member for Waterloo North. Mr. Shcneider is shown (right foreground) as he introduced the choral group. (Dominion-Wide)"

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of a captioned family portrait by Trussler from an unidentified and undated newspaper with the title "Every Waterloo North Candidate a Winner - If Vote is Counted Just in the Family."

Photo caption: "SCHNEIDER FAMILY CIRCLE - Norman Schneider, Liberal Candidate, poses with three generations of the family. Shown are (front, left to right) Gretchen Schneider, daughter of Herbert; Mrs. Howard Schneider, holding son, Gregory; Mrs. Norman Schneider, holding grandson, Michael, son of Herbert; Mr. Schneider, holding grand-daughter Nancy, daughter of Herbert; Eric Schneider, son of Herbert; (back) Howard George Schneider; Brita May and husband Robert White of Toronto; Mrs. Herbert (Betty) Schneider and her husband."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Two clippings from 1957 about the removal of the J.M. Schneider stock farm farm on Bridgeport Road, Waterloo, Ont., formerly the Seagram Stables: "Famous Waterloo farm is rapidly disappearing as homes rise," Kitchener-Waterloo Record, May 8, 1957, ill. Includes an undated clipping of a photograph with caption: "To remove stock farm."

Schneider, J.M. family

Clippings.

Clipping of article (ill.) titled "Waterloo North has long loved the Liberals," from the Saturday, March 30, 1963 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record. Includes photos of Ivan Bowman, Hugo Kranz, Joseph E. Seagram, Mike Weichel and Norman Schneider, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Billy Weichel, Senator Euler, and L.O. Breithaupt.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the June 26, 1964 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record concerning a tea sponsored by the North Waterloo Liberal Women's Association.

Caption from photo: "TEA AND POLITICS - Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Schneider, RR 1, Preston, listen to folk singers at a tea held in their garden yesterday sponsored by the North Waterloo Liberal Women's Association."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

118th Battalion clippings.

Clipping of an article (ill.) from the October 4, 1966 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record titled "Memento of Kaiser bust given to Pioneer Village" and an undated clipping with caption: "The dunked bust of German emperor was salvaged from mud of Victoria Park lake."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schneider, Frederick P. estate clipping.

Clipping of article published in the March 25, 1971 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record regarding re-zoning of former Frederick Schneider estate titled "Apartment density: Thomson haunted by 1970 statement".

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens Pottery.

Clippings, correspondence, manuscript notes related to Ahrens Pottery in Paris, Ontario.

Schneider, J.M. family

Clippings.

Clipping from 1990 showing an aerial view of the Seagram Stables, later the J.M. Schneider Stock Farm, on Bridgeport Road, Waterloo: "Celebrating Progress since 1890," Waterloo Chronicle, 1990. The clipping is an announcement of the 100th anniversary of the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and the caption under the picture is: "Seagram Stables, now Tower's Plaza."

Schneider, J.M. family