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White, Dorothy.

237 slides of photographs taken by Dorothy White. Originally organized into subjects, they do not necessarily correspond with what is shown on the images. Subjects include: Downtown Kitchener, Kitchener City Hall (interior and exterior), Oktoberfest parade, construction on King St., Rockway Gardens, images of Waterloo region, 1959 Loblaws fire, Christmas lights downtown Kitchener, Kitchener trollybusses, Conestogo Parkway, Blair's Sheave Tower, Victoria Park, Queen Elizabeth's visit to Kitchener, Bridgeport Mills, Waterloo Pioneers Memorial Tower.

Schantz Russell 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

Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, visiting Riverside Park in Cambridge on their Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Various dignitaries, including the mayor of Cambridge, welcomed the Queen an Prince. Includes scenes of the Queen signing a guest book and talking with the crowd gathered to see her. Also included are shots of the Queen greeting Louise Howell, who turned 100 years old on the day of the Queen's visit.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, exiting the royal train in Breslau on their Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Various dignitaries who greeted the couple as they joined the car cavalcade, leaving for Cambridge, are included in the shots along with views of the Breslau Hotel, the railway tracks and the crowds that gathered to catch a glimpse of the couple.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives depicting Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's visit to Kitchener, as well as the re-dedication ceremony of the Kitchener cenotaph, during the Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Scenes include the Queen greeting various dignitaries including the Kitchener mayor, archdeacons, reverends, and veterans. Also included are views of the surrounding area and gathered crowd, as well as the Oxlea Tower, the Kitchener's Farmers’ Market and panorama shots of the event.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's royal visit to Kitchener during the extended Ontario royal tour in 1973. Prince Philip accompanied the Queen. The negatives depict the royal couple at the Canadian National Railway (CNR) station in Kitchener boarding the royal train for the tour. Most of the negatives depict the Queen and Prince Philip waving from the back of the Caboose. The Krug Furniture factory in downtown Kitchener can be seen in the background.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives depicting Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip traveling to the Kitchener cenotaph during the Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Included are shots of the crowd along the route for the car cavalcade, the Oxlea Tower in downtown Kitchener and bagpipe players dressed in Scottish clothing.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives depicting Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's visit to Kitchener during the royal visit of Ontario in 1973. Negatives show scenes of the royal couple arriving at the Kitchener Canadian National Railway (CNR) station for their departure to London, Ontario. Included are shots of the Queen signing a guest book on stage as well as receiving gifts from the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo. The Concordia’s choir and the Dutch Boy Cadets are also seen singing and playing music during the event.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record