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Mabel E. Neiley collection.

  • SCA406-GA473
  • Collection
  • 1918-1920

Photograph album compiled by Mabel E. Neiley during her time working as a nurse in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps. Album reflects the life of a Canadian woman who emigrated to the United States in the early 20th Century and worked in the medical profession during the First World War and the 1918 Influenza pandemic.

Album includes photographs and postcards featuring photographs of the experiences of Mabel E. Neiley during her time as a U.S. Army nurse. Photographs capture nurses in uniform at the hospitals and barracks, nurses taking care of patients, nurses socializing with each other and with soldiers, and nursing posing in different areas of the hospital facilities. Album also contains photographs of soldiers by themselves.

According to annotations in some photographs, images were taken at Walter Reed hospital (Washinton DC, U.S.A), Camp Gordon (Georgia, U.S.A), and Columbus Barracks (Ohio, U.S.A).

Neiley, Mabel E.

Merner, Elizabeth and family.

Group portrait of Elizabeth Merner (nee Young) with her family, including children and grandchildren, taken outdoors at her home on Main Street in New Hamburg, Ontario. Included in the photograph are Peter Rieder and Emeline Rieder (nee Merner), as well as some of their children. The people in the photograph are numbered and pasted to the bottom of the mount is a piece of paper identifying the people by number.

Back row (left to right):

  • 1. Aunt Alma Flett
  • 2. Chester Merner
  • 3. Winnifred M. Brittin
  • 4. Aunt Adele "Della" Rieder
  • 5. Bert Merner
  • 6. Aunt Esther Shave
  • 7. Don Merner
  • 8. May [Garkey?] Gauerke

Second row from back:

  • 9. Ernest Wood
  • 10. Aunt Em Merner
  • 11. Grandpa Peter Rieder
  • 12. Marianne Merner
  • 13. Aunt Margaret Merner
  • 14. Aunt Effie Merner

Third row from back:

  • 15. Uncle Henry Merner
  • 16. Uncle Ed Merner
  • 17. Grandma Emeline Rieder
  • 18. Grt. Grandma Merner
  • 19. Uncle Emanuel Merner
  • 20. Uncle George Merner
  • 21. Uncle Will Merner

Fourth row from back:

  • 22. Aunt Maude [Wood?]
  • 23. Aunt Sarah Zinn
  • 24. Thelma Merner (Goldsword)
  • 25. Aunt [Linn?] Zurbrigg
  • 26. Aunt Tillie
  • 27. Aunt Eva Rieder
  • 28. Emily Merner

Front row:

  • 29. Mildred Wood (Sweet)
  • 30. Charles Wood
  • 31. Clinton Zurbrigg
  • 32. Martha Merner McCorkle
  • 33. Miriam Merner

Rieder and Anthes family

Canadian Consolidated Rubber buildings.

File consists of a leather bound photograph album of buildings owned by the Canadian Consolidated Rubber Company. The photographs are mounted in linen and include images of:

  • Dominion Tire, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • The Kimmel Felt Co. Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • Berlin Felt Boot Co. Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • The Elmira Felt Co. Limited, Elmira;
  • The Canadian Rubber Company of Montreal Limited, Montreal;
  • The Granby Rubber Company Limited, Granby;
  • The Maple Leaf Rubber Company Limited, Port Dalhousie;
  • The Merchant's Rubber Company Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • Dominion Rubber Company Limited. St. Jerome.

Dominion Rubber Company

Dominion Tire Company factory album.

Album containing photographs of the construction of the Dominion Tire Company manufacturing plant in what was then Berlin, Ontario. Includes photographs of the construction process, the surrounding land, the interior and exterior of the building during construction, equipment used the tire manufacturing process and employees on the factory floor, etc. Although the majority of the people are unidentified the following people appear in the album: Talmon Henry Rieder (page 1), [Ed Cable?] and Irene Bain (page 3), Dr. Wood (page 6), and J.I. Franklin Anthes (page 9 and 53).

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Rieder standing side by side in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown adorned with a veil and arm length gloves, is seen holding the back of a wicker chair. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen standing next to Martha with right hand behind back and holding a glove in his left hand.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Reider in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown, is seen seated in a wooden chair. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen standing at Martha's side with left arm at back.

Rieder and Anthes family

Personal (file 3 of 3).

File consists of material collected by Carl A. Pollock relating to his activities as president of Electrohome as well as other involvements, or collected for personal interest. Subjects of material include

  • corporate taxation;
  • Electrohome's business philosophy, history, growth, and operations;
  • the Dominion Life Assurance Company;
  • Pollock's position as chancellor of the University of Waterloo;
  • Arthur B. Pollock;
  • the Radio-Electronics-Television Manufacturers' Association of Canada; and
  • Pollock's 40th anniversary with Electrohome.

Includes press clippings (some photocopies), including articles about Pollock clipped from magazines; incoming and outgoing correspondence; ephemera; ms. notes; news releases; issues of internal publications; and a typed address by Pollock. File also includes photographs of Pollock at various events, sometimes with other senior managers; the Deilcraft plant in Stellarton, NS; a photograph of Edward B. Moogk with Governor General Jules Leger; and other snapshots.

Electrohome

Personal (file 2 of 3).

File consists of material collected by Carl A. Pollock relating to his activities as president of Electrohome as well as other involvements, or collected for personal interest. Subjects of material include:

  • corporate taxation;
  • Electrohome�s business philosophy, history, growth, and operations;
  • the Dominion Life Assurance Company;
  • Pollock�s position as chancellor of the University of Waterloo;
  • Arthur B. Pollock;
  • the Radio-Electronics-Television Manufacturers' Association of Canada; and
  • Pollock�s 40th anniversary with Electrohome.

Includes press clippings (some photocopies), including articles about Pollock clipped from magazines; incoming and outgoing correspondence; ephemera; ms. notes; news releases; issues of internal publications; and a typed address by Pollock. File also includes photographs of Pollock at various events, sometimes with other senior managers; the Deilcraft plant in Stellarton, NS; a photograph of Edward B. Moogk with Governor General Jules Leger; and other snapshots.

Electrohome

Personal (file 1 of 3).

File consists of material collected by Carl A. Pollock relating to his activities as president of Electrohome as well as other involvements, or collected for personal interest. Subjects of material include

  • Corporate taxation;
  • Electrohome's business philosophy, history, growth, and operations;
  • The Dominion Life Assurance Company;
  • Pollock's position as chancellor of the University of Waterloo;
  • Arthur B. Pollock;
  • the Radio-Electronics-Television Manufacturers' Association of Canada;
  • Pollock's 40th anniversary with Electrohome.

Includes press clippings (some photocopies), including articles about Pollock clipped from magazines; incoming and outgoing correspondence; ephemera; ms. notes; news releases; issues of internal publications; and a typed address by Pollock.

File also includes photographs of Pollock at various events, sometimes with other senior managers; the Deilcraft plant in Stellarton, NS; a photograph of Edward B. Moogk with Governor General Jules Leger; and other snapshots.

Electrohome

Unidentified children.

Studio portrait of three unidentified children seated in a row, slanted from high to low, and looking at camera. The head of an adult is partially visible behind the children, supporting the infant dressed in a long white gown at centre.

Rieder and Anthes family

Unidentified adults.

Full length studio portrait of two unidentified adults seen looking at camera. One is wearing a floor length white dress and the other is seated in a high-based armchair at right.

Rieder and Anthes family

Nash, W.W.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of W.W. Nash seen looking at camera.

Rieder and Anthes family

Unidentified infant.

Studio portrait of an unidentified infant seated upright in an armchair and looking toward camera. The child is dressed in an embroidered dress with a lace collar and underskirt.

Rieder and Anthes family

Breithaupt, Carrie.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Carrie Briethaupt seen looking slightly off camera that likely belonged to Martha Rieder.

Rieder and Anthes family

Parry family.

Full length studio portrait of the children of Evelyn and John Parry, from left to right: Elizabeth, John, Margaret and Rosa. Elizabeth and John are seen seated on a round-back chair and Margaret and Rosa are seen standing to the right, holding hands.

Rieder and Anthes family

Fawcett, Lulu.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Lulu Fawcett seen looking off camera. Lulu is wearing a fancy hat and a high-collar jacket with leg of mutton sleeves.

Takano, Jozo.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of missionary Jozo Takano seen looking off camera.

Rieder and Anthes family

Parry family.

Full length studio portrait of the children of Evelyn and John Parry, from left to right: Elizabeth, John, Margaret and Rosa. Elizabeth and John are seen seated on a round-back chair and Margaret and Rosa are seen standing to the right, holding hands.

Rieder and Anthes family

Unidenfied adult and child.

Upper body portrait of an unidentified seated adult holding an infant, dressed in an white gown, upright on side of chair. Both are seen looking at camera.

Rieder and Anthes family

Willie and Arthur.

Full length studio portrait of Willie and Arthur, last name unknown, seated side by side. One child, dressed in a plaid dress with a lace collar, is seated in a chair, with left arm on the side of an armchair where a second child, an infant, is seated upright dressed in a white grown.

Rieder and Anthes family

Unidentified adults.

Three-quarter length studio portrait of two unidentified adults. One adult is standing with a rolled document in right hand, which is resting on a side table. The second, seated at the first's side, is seen looking at camera with left arm resting on the back of an armchair.

Rieder and Anthes family

Unidentified adult.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of an unidentified adult seen looking at the camera with a slight smile on face.

Rieder and Anthes family

Unidentified child.

Fully length studio portrait of an unidentified child looking toward camera with right hand resting on the arm of a chair positioned at back. Their right ankle is crossed in front of the left and they are holding a rolled up document in their left hand.

Rieder and Anthes family

Augustine, Edna Louise and Albert William Augustine wedding.

Group portrait of Edna Louise Augustine (nee Kaufman) and Albert William Augustine along with their wedding party on their wedding day on August 22, 1918. They were married at Zion Evangelical Church in Kitchener, Ontario. The group is seen in formal dress wearing boutonnieres and holding bouquets of flowers.

Left to right: Louis O. Breithaupt (1st cousin), Walter T. Barrie (friend), Edward J. Breithaupt (1st cousin), Albert William Augustine, Helen Kaufman (flower girl, daughter of Jean and Alvin R. Kaufman), Edna Louise Kaufman, Laurine C. Augustine (sister of Albert William Augustine), unidentified bridesmaid (likely Eloise Noecker).

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Postcard to Leo Anthes.

File consists of a postcard containing a photograph of a tree-lined river bank containing the caption "7 Arundel Que." The postcard is addressed to Leo Anthes [possibly Leonard Anthes, son of J.I. Frank and Cyrena Anthes] from Ida W.

Rieder and Anthes family

Correspondence : 1911-1922.

File consists of 34 letters, telegrams, and postcards received by Talmon Henry Rieder from family members, friends and others, including 17 letters from Martha Rieder and several from his children. Also present is a postcard received by Talmon Henry Rieder from [?] containing a photograph of the destruction caused by a tornado that hit Regina, Saskatchewan, on June 30, 1912, and an empty envelope with stamp.

Rieder and Anthes family

Anthes, John S. family.

Photograph of the extended Anthes family outdoors during a picnic at Bridgeport on the occasion of John and Lydia Catherine Anthes' 42nd wedding anniversary. The group is seen standing and seated along the length of a bench and "Bowling Alley" sign is visible in the background at right.

Adults in back row: Cyrena Anthes, John Isaac Anthes holding an unidentified infant, Carrie Breithaupt holding an unidentified infant, John S. Anthes, Lydia Catherine Anthes, Emeline Rieder, Talmon Rieder, Peter Rieder, Ella Anthes, Martha Rieder, and Louisa Breithaupt.

Children in front row: ?, John Edward Breithaupt, ?, Frieda Breithaupt, Louise Breithaupt with possibly Esther Breithaupt, Walter Breithaupt and Fred Breithaupt (likely incorrect).

Wedding anniversary party.

Photograph of a group of eleven adults and twelve children standing or sitting down outside during a picnic at Bridgeport on the occasion of John Schmitt Anthes and Lydia Catherine Herlan Anthes' 42nd wedding anniversary. There is a wooden fence with a sign reading "Bowling Alley" and vegetation behind the group.

People in photograph in back row are (left to right) are: Cyrena Harriet Anthes, Frank Anthes holding an unidentified infant, Carrie Breithaupt holding an unidentified infant, John Schmitt Anthes, Lydia Catherine Anthes, Emeline Merner Rieder, Talmon Henry Rieder, Peter Rieder, Ella Elmina Cook, Martha Melvina Rieder, and Lydia Louisa Breithaupt. Children in front row are (left to right): Unidentified with the exception of Walter Hailer Breithaupt, second to right.

Breithaupt Hewetson Clark family

Rieder, Paul and Dorothy Scheifele.

Full length portrait of Paul Rieder and Dorothy Scheifele on their wedding day, seen looking at the camera dressed in a tuxedo and wedding dress. Dorothy has a veil on and is holding a large bouquet of flowers at front.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Paul and Dorothy Scheifele with wedding party.

Full length portrait of Paul Rieder and Dorothy Scheifele on their wedding day with their wedding party. The group is seen looking at camera and dressed in formal wear. From left to right: Homer McIntosh, Bruce McCullough, Paul, Dorothy, Grace Pernfuss, June Peacock, and Walter Pernfuss.

Rieder and Anthes family

Trip to Mexico.

File consists of materials created by Kay Rex on a trip to Mexico in 1958 as a freelance reporter for the Globe and Mail. Includes notes, writings, published articles and correspondence. Correspondents include: Rex, Kenneth and Rex, Alfred Lionel (her brother and father).

Rex, Kay

Rex, Kay.

Photograph of Kay Rex as a child seated at a desk with arms crossed and looking at camera.

Rex, Kay

Lake view with boat.

Postcard featuring a photograph of a group of two adults and one child by or on a boat in a lake. There are buildings and vegetation in the background, possibly Felsheim (also known as Woods Bay), John Christian Breithaupt's summer home in Georgian Bay.

People in photograph are: possibly John Christian Breithaupt at right.

Breithaupt Hewetson Clark family

Forrest, Adah Montgomery.

Studio portrait of Adah Montgomery Forrest seen wearing a high-collared, lace-trimmed top.

Rex, Kay

Classroom photograph.

Group portrait of a a class of children seen standing, kneeling and seated against a brick wall outdoors. Possibly includes a seven year old Kay Rex. Child seated at front center is holding up a small chalk board that reads: "Wm. Burgess School. May 21st 1925. Room - 2"

Rex, Kay

Miscellaneous : 1964-1965.

File consists of 31 photographs and snapshots of employees; meetings, conferences and exhibitions; employee recreational events; plant canteens; and other subjects. File also includes 2 printing proofs of line drawings for use in the employee newsletter Sparks and Chips. Some photographs include identification on verso.

Photos include: Electrohome display at the 1965 Pacific National Exhibition, two men standing with a boxed organ in front of a Hudson's Bay Company truck, 1965 Waterloo county Dairy Princess, Waterloo College Associate Faculties' (now UW) new Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Building, "Santiago [?] presented to Al Ecuyer, Edmonton Eskimo" and more.

Electrohome

News releases.

News releases issued to the public regarding Andrew Telegdi's political activities during his tenure as a Member of Parliament. Includes releases announcing the official twinning of the cities of Waterloo, Ontario and Waterloo, Quebec, Telegdi’s flight travel expenses, and other issues.

Telegdi, Andrew

Visit of Andrew Telegdi to the Republic of Hungary on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Fight for Freedom.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Telegdi’s visit to the Republic of Hungary on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Fight for Freedom. Telegdi visited Hungary between October 10-14, 2006. Records include invitations, programs, and briefing books containing itineraries, country profile sheets, press clippings, objectives, and information on the Parliament of Hungary and the chronology of parliamentary exchanges between Canada and Hungary. Also contains correspondence including a signed letter from Dénes Tomaj, Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary to Canada and three signed letters from Dr. Katalin Szili, Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary.

Telegdi, Andrew

Official opening of six housing projects under the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the official opening of six buildings in the Region of Waterloo that provided two hundred and forty-four units of affordable housing under the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program. Andrew Telegdi attended this event and delivered a speech. Records include an invitation, event itinerary, a media advisory, a press release, speaking notes, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Endorsement certificate.

A certificate to the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Kitchener-Waterloo certifying that Andrew Telegdi had the endorsement of the Liberal Party of Canada in the electoral district named above. The certificate was signed in Ottawa, Ontario on May 6, 2011.

Telegdi, Andrew

Ashley Smith case.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Ashley Smith, a teenager who died on October 19, 2007 while incarcerated at the Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ontario. Records include an information sheet containing details about Ashely Smith’s case as well as a list of questions for Stockwell Day, then Member of Parliament and Minister of Public Safety, and Rob Nicholson, then Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. The questions focus on Ashley Smith and the conditions of her confinement and death as well as the Canadian prison system. Additionally, the file includes a report containing copies of news articles from media outlets across Canada related to Ashley Smith. It is not known how or why Andrew Telegdi acquired these records.

Telegdi, Andrew

Nomination.

A certificate issued by Stéphane Dion, then Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, to the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Kitchener-Waterloo confirming that Andrew Telegdi had the endorsement of the Liberal Party of Canada. This certificate was signed by Stéphane Dion in Ottawa, Ontario and was likely issued after Telegdi was nominated as the candidate to represent the Library Party in the riding of Kitchener-Waterloo in the 2008 Canadian federal election.

Telegdi, Andrew

Grand Valley Institution for Women.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Grand Valley Institution for Women (GVI) in Kitchener, Ontario. Records include correspondence between Telegdi and Dianne Brown, Warden, GVI. In this correspondence, Telegdi asked Brown for information on the number of women returning to GVI with a new offence versus a suspension. In later correspondence, Brown provided Telegdi a series of appendices from a report titled, Mental Health Strategy for Women Offenders containing statistics on women prisoners related to mental health, revocations, segregations, and releases. Several appendixes provide statistical information on similar topics specifically related to Indigenous women in prison.

The file also includes an agenda and two reports possibly provided to Telegdi during a site visit to GVI in 2008. The first report provides a brief statistical overview of the facility structure, organizational chart, facility profile, facility expenditures, population profile, offender profile, escapees, and offender complaints and grievances. The second report provides a detailed description of the prison and its operational units, population, reintegration programs, correctional programs, mental health programs, education and employment programs, social programs, and Indigenous programs including Circles of Change. The report also outlines various groups and committees that offer support to women at GVI including Native Sisterhood, Black Inmates and Friends Assembly (BIFA), and the Lifers and Long-term group. Moreover, the report describes the GVI’s community partnerships, and escorted temporary absence programs.

Telegdi, Andrew

Minister of Foreign Affairs’ visit to Hungary and Poland.

Material created and accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament when he accompanied Peter Mackay, then Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Budapest, Hungary to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Hungary Revolution and to participate in bilateral meetings in Warsaw, Poland between October 20-24, 2006. Records include invitations, programs, and correspondence such as a letter of welcome from Robert Hage, Canada's Ambassador to Hungary. Also includes tickets to events such as the Canada Salutes Hungary Gala in Budapest, Hungary, and a memorial publication published by the Hungarian Culture Centre Mindszenty Hall in Windsor, Ontario. In addition, the file contains a briefing book for Hungary and Poland as well as a presentation folder containing a program of events for celebrations in Hungary and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Forty-sixth anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Cyprus.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to celebrations commemorating forty-six years of independence for the Republic of Cyprus. Records include a formal congratulatory statement to the members of the Canadian Justice for Cyprus from Telegdi and an invitation to Telegdi from the Canadian Justice for Cyprus Committee (PSEKA Canada) for a dinner celebrating the anniversary in Scarborough, Ontario.

Telegdi, Andrew

Report of Housing Needs: Federally Sentenced Women Grand Valley Institution Kitchener, Ontario and supplementary data.

A copy of a report titled, Report of Housing Needs: Federally Sentenced Women Grand Valley Institution Kitchener, Ontario prepared by Dr. Susan Arai, Dr. Alison Pedlar, and Dr. Susan Shaw. The report examines the housing needs of federally sentenced women following their release from Grand Valley Institution in Kitchener, Ontario. Also includes a copy of supplementary data to the report. It is not known how or why Andrew Telegdi acquired these reports.

Telegdi, Andrew

Crime prevention.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to crime prevention in the Waterloo region. Records include documents highlighting Telegdi’s involvement with the Waterloo Region Community Safety and Crime Prevention Council such as correspondence, agendas, and invitations. Also includes news releases, information sheets, a paper titled, Agenda for a Safe Canada, an invitation to attend a crime prevention public forum at the University of Waterloo, and an agenda for a meeting of the Working Together Against Hate Crimes committee. Additionally, contains a signed letter from Harold Albrecht, then Member of Parliament for the riding of Kitchener-Conestoga, regarding youth crime rates.

Telegdi, Andrew

Canadian-Hungarian relations.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament documenting his personal interest and political involvement in matters relating to Canadian-Hungarian relations. Material in this file is primarily related to the planning of events and activities across Canada commemorating the 1956 Hungarian Revolution such as conferences held by the University of Ottawa Institute for Canadian Studies and the University of Toronto, screenings of the film Freedom’s Fury and the CBC documentary The Fifty-Sixers, the opening of the NEW LIVES photographic exhibition curated by the National Arts Centre, and the development of a special stamp issued by Canada Post. Records include correspondence, invitations, brochures, press clippings, news releases, speaking notes, calendars, and other textual material. The file also contains programs for a state dinner in honour of His Excellency László Sólyom, then President of the Republic of Hungary, as well as a picture of Telegdi and Sólyom shaking hands during the event.

Moreover, the file includes a copy of a framework agreement between St. Jerome’s University in Waterloo, Ontario and Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Budapest, Hungary to develop co-operation between the two institutions in the fields of education and research.

Telegdi, Andrew

Correspondence.

Correspondence sent and received by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament primarily from constituents related to various topics including the Kyoto Accord and private members bill such as Bill C-283 An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (food labelling), Bill C-257 An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code (replacement workers), and Bill C-14 An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act. The file includes one signed letter from Karen Redman, Member of Parliament representing Kitchener, congratulating Telegdi on receiving a Legacy of Leaders Award for the City of Waterloo. Also includes a copy of The Cambodia Daily volume 36, issue 38. The publication featured an article about Telegdi and was sent to Telegdi from a constituent.

Telegdi, Andrew

Press conference.

A CD containing digital photographs of a press conference given by Andrew Telegdi and other members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration regarding a report released by the committee titled, Citizenship Revocation: A Question of Due Process and Respecting Charter of Rights. Other members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration present at the press conference included Diana Albonczy, Meilli Faille, and Bill Siksay. The press conference was held in Ottawa, Ontario. The photographs were taken by House of Commons Photography.

Telegdi, Andrew

Canada-United States Safe Third Country Agreement.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the Canada-United States Safe Third Country Agreement. The documents provide general information about the agreement. In addition, the material captures the concerns of some constituents and associations such as Sanctuary Coalition of Southern Ontario and Jesuit Refugee Service Canada regarding the provisions of the agreement. Records include correspondence, notes, and reports.

Telegdi, Andrew

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