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Album 3.

File consists of an album possibly compiled by Paul Rieder [?]. Includes snapshots and group photographs of family and friends and snapshots taken on trips. Includes photographs taken in Timmins, Larder Lake, Temagami, Sauble Beach, and at the Grand River. Some photographs include Martha Rieder and her children and possibly grandchildren. Some photographs appear to be missing.

Rieder and Anthes family

Bridge construction site

Photograph of pile-driver with pile hanging from boom on incomplete span of rail bridge over a large body of water. Construction works are visible on a raft in the water, at the bottom of the pile, as well as on and next to the pile-driver. A sign on the machinery reads: "Industrial Brownhoist".

Schantz Russell Family

Bridge construction site

Photograph of pile-driver with pile hanging from boom on incomplete span of rail bridge over a large body of water. Construction works are visible on a raft in the water, at the bottom of the pile, as well as on and next to the pile-driver. A sign on the machinery reads "Industrial Brownhoist" and another on the rail car reads "Canadian Pacific Pile-Driver".

Schantz Russell Family

Grand River : glass plate negatives.

File consists of seven glass plate negatives showing scenes of the Grand River and of the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Includes scenes of the Shand Dam construction, river fortification, houses and businesses along the river and of a Scout troupe.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Zion church and Sunday school events.

File consists of mounted photographs relating to Martha Rieder's involvement at her church. Includes a group portrait of the first officers of the Junior Young People's Alliance (including Rev. J.G. Litt, and Martha as secretary), a snapshot of Martha's Sunday School class at the Grand River, snapshots of picnics of the Junior Young People's Alliance, and snapshots of Martha with her sisters and friends dressed in costume for church play, "In want of a servant."

Rieder and Anthes family