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Titania's palace : postcards.

Eight postcards which constitute the complete first set of Titania's Palace series no. 1 postcards by Tuck's Post Cards. A note on verso of card 4 indicates that they were produced sometime after 1904.

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Frank Schantz.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family of Berlin:Franklin Abram Schantz, 12 January 1874-1 October 1962.” The article provides biographical information about Franklin Abram Schantz.

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Letters Really Old.

Transcriptions of letters sent by various members of the Schantz and Moyer families between 1845 and 1920. The letters were transcribed by Harold Russell.

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Letters Tobias Schantz.

Transcriptions of letters sent to or received by Tobias Schantz between 1867 and 1907. The letters were transcribed by Harold Russell.

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Orpheus Schantz 2.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Orpheus Moyer Schantz, 1881-1951: A personal memory by Harold Russell based on letters, photographs, ephemera & recollections.” The article provides biographical information about Orpheus Moyer Schantz and is based on family letters, photographs, ephemera and Harold Russell's own personal recollections.

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Ward White of Leamington.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Ward White's Saga: Ward White of Leamington March 21, 1870-May 1, 1948.” The article provides biographical information about Ward White.

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DER and Clarke.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Dorothy Russell: A life in the Twentieth Century: It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times, Dorothy and Clarke, 1923-1935.” The article provides biographical information about Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White) and her husband Clarke Russell.

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DER begins a teaching career.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Dorothy Russell: A life in the Twentieth Century: A Teacher in the Roaring Twenties.” The article provides biographical information about Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White), specifically describing her career as a teacher.

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DER Childhood.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Dorothy Russell: A life in the Twentieth Century: A Childhood in Berlin.” The article provides biographical information about Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White), specifically describing her childhood.

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DER Retired Teacher.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Dorothy Russell: A life in the Twentieth Century: Dorothy Russell, Retired Teacher.” The article provides biographical information about Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White), specifically describing her life after she retired from teaching.

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Florence Schantz.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family of Berlin: Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, December 28, 1879-March 11, 1938.” The article provides biographical information about Florence Annie Catherine Schantz.

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Hervey M. Bowman.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Hervey Meyer Bowman: Unrequited Scholar.” The article provides biographical information about Hervey Meyer Bowman.

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HR A Career in the History Classroom.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “HCFR Reminiscences: A Career in the History Classroom.” The article provides biographical information about Harold Russell, specifically describing his career as a teacher.

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HR A Kitchener Boy.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “HCFR Reminiscences: A Kitchener Boy.” The article provides biographical information about Harold Russell, specifically describing his childhood.

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HR At Waterloo College.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “HCFR Reminiscences: Recollections Of Waterloo College, 1954-58.” The article provides biographical information about Harold Russell, specifically describing his experience as a student at Waterloo College.

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Letters from Frank.

Transcriptions of letters sent by Franklin Abram Schantz to various family members between 1891 and 1961. The letters were transcribed by Harold Russell.

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Moyers of the Twenty.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “The Moyers of The Twenty: The Moyers: Mary Moyer Schantz's Family.” The article provides biographical information about the Moyer/Meyer family.

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Children of Tobias & Mary.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family of Berlin: The Children of Tobias and Mary Schantz.” The article provides biographical information about the children of Tobias and Mary Schantz including Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz), Sophie Emma Schantz, Austin Tobias Schantz, Franklin Abram Schantz, Arthur Benjamin Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, and Herbert Cecil Palmer Schantz.

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DER Dorothy's 1926 Diary.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Dorothy's 1926 Diary.” The article provides a description of some diary entries made by Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White) in 1926.

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DER Returns to Teaching.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Dorothy Russell: A life in the Twentieth Century: A Return to Teaching.” The article provides biographical information about Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White), specifically describing her career as a teacher and her experiences during the second World War. The article also provides some biographical information about Franklin Abram Schantz, Sophie Emma Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, Austin Tobias Schantz, Arthur Benjamin Schantz, Donald Richard Russell and Harold Clarke Franklin Russell.

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Homesteading in Alberta.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family Homesteading in Alberta: Homesteading In The West: The Schantz Family Experience.” The article describes the experiences of various Schantz family members that homesteaded in Alberta, Canada including Tobias Schantz, Austin Tobias Schantz, Arthur Benjamin Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, and Ward White.

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HR Earning an Army Commission in the COTC.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “HCFR Reminiscences: Earning an Army Commission in the Canadian Officers’ Training Corps: A Personal Reminiscence of C.O.T.C. at Waterloo College in the 1950s.” The article provides biographical information about Harold Russell, specifically describing his military experience.

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Letters from the West.

Transcriptions of letters received by various Schantz family members from other members of the family living in western Canada, mostly Alberta, Manitoba and Vancouver, between 1896 and 1959 including Austin Tobias Schantz and Arthur Benjamin Schantz. The letters were transcribed by Harold Russell.

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Mary & Tobias Schantz.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family of Berlin: Mary Moyer (1840-1935) And Tobias Schantz (1842-1925).” The article provides biographical information about Tobias Schantz and his wife Mary Schantz (nee Moyer).

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Orpheus Moyer Schantz.

Transcriptions of letters sent by Orpheus Moyer Schantz to various family members between 1881 and 1951. The letters were transcribed by Harold Russell. Also includes an introductory article written by Harold Russel titled, “Affectionately Orpheus: Orpheus M. Schantz’s Letters Home.” The article provides biographical information about Orpheus Moyer Schantz.

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HR My Military Career.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “A Soldier of the Queen: My Military Career.” The article provides biographical information about Harold Russell, specifically describing his military experience.

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Letters from Etta.

Transcriptions of letters sent by Etta Lydia Mary Schantz to various family members between 1883 and 1899. The letters were transcribed by Harold Russell.

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Restoration of 43 Schneider Ave.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family History: Restoration of 43 Schneider Avenue, 1994.” The article outlines the history of the Schantz Russell family home located at 43 Schneider Avenue, Kitchener, Ont. and the restoration of the house completed by Harold Russell and his wife Lynne after they moved into the home in 1994.

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Russell Family of Highgate.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “The Russell Family of Highgate.” The article provides biographical information about various members of the Russell family.

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The Schantz Family Generations.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “The Schantz Family History: The Schantz Family.” The article provides biographical and genealogical information about the Schantz family.

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Schantz Russell family fonds : 2017-2 accrual.

Records related to the Schantz Russell family. Includes photographs, ephemera, drawings, a floor plan of the Schantz family home in Kitchener, Ont., correspondence and family histories written by Harold Russell.

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Schantz Russell family history.

Records related to the Schantz Russell family history. Includes ephemera, drawings, a floor plan of the Schantz family home in Kitchener, Ont., correspondence and family histories written by Harold Russell.

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HR's Wartime Victoria Park.

A copy of a presentation delivered by Harold Russell at the Victoria Park Pavilion, Kitchener, Ontario in October of 2015 titled, “Harold's Victoria Park in Wartime: A Talk Given October 15 in Victoria Park Pavilion.” In the presentation, Harold Russell recalled memories of various events and activities that took place in Victoria Park, Kitchener, Ont. during the 1940s.

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The Quilting Circle at 43 Schneider Ave.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family of Berlin: The Quilting Circle at 43 Schneider Avenue.” The article provides biographical information about members of the Schantz Russell family and the practice of quilting carried out by some members of the family.

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Schantz Russell family fonds.

Material created or accumulated by members of the Schantz Russell family including correspondence, photographs, ephemera, maps, artifacts and more.

The records document the education, interests and activities of members of the Schantz Russell family. In particular, the correspondence files notably detail the lives of the Schantz women who were well-educated, and travelled. Their letters record details of domestic activities, local and national affairs. The photographs add to the known body of work of local photographers, most notably Denton, and include some images of important local events, such as the visit of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The many very early local maps and plans provide significant insight for area research.

The records, originally stored in the attic of the Schantz Russell family home at 43 Schneider Avenue in Kitchener, were kept in trunks, boxes and desks, some belonging to individuals, and some containing general family papers. The arrangement of the fonds has been determined largely by the way the material was stored.

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Sheet music.

Approximately one hundred pieces of sheet music from the Schantz household, many belonging to Florence Annie Catherine Schantz or Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White). A list of titles is included in the box.

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Artwork.

One mounted painting of a jack-in-the-pulpit flower, one watercolour landscape signed by D.E.W., and one reverse painting on glass of puppies.

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Correspondence to Dorothy Etta White from Worth Flagler Schantz.

1 valentine card, and1 letter.

Date and Place from: November 2, 1906 Morton Park [Illinois] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Schantz, Worth Flagler, 1902-1964 Attachments: No envelope.

Date and Place from: [19--] [Cicero Illinois?] To White, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From Schantz, Worth Flagler, 1902-1964 Attachments: Contains an unstamped envelope. This is a valentine card.

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Address book.

One notebook formerly belonging to Etta Lydia Mary Schantz, used by her daughter Dorothy Russell as an address book. The notebook was a promotional item published in 1894 by H.F.C. Dovenmuehle & Son, Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, Chicago, Ill.

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Schantz, Carrie Flagler.

One portrait photograph of Carrie Flagler Schantz. The photograph has been altered so that it appears to look like a charcoal drawing.

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Schantz, Ruth and family.

One studio group portrait of Ruth Schantz with four of her children, possibly Walter Bishop, Margery Ruth, Dorothy, and John Edmonds.

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Schantz, Ruth.

One photograph of Ruth Schantz. Ruth is wearing her eyeglasses and a large hat. Identification from recto.

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Unidentified photographs.

Photographs of unknown Schantz Russell extended family members. Everyone in the photos is white with the exception of one studio portrait of Black child taken in Chicago, Illinois.

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Ephemera: baby shower gift tag.

A baby shower gift tag.

The message printed on the tag reads, This Gift for your shower Brings good wishes, too, For "showers of joy" For your Baby and You!

The tag is signed by Reta.

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Envelope.

An envelope addressed to Florence Schantz from the Illinois Audubon Society.

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Needlework.

Two needlepoint samplers on perforated paper. One features the motto, Heaven is my home. The other sampler features the motto, Love one another.

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Memorabilia box.

A small box containing a number of ephemeral items and keepsakes, including the following: Salvation Army ribbon, small paper doll of a Japanese figure dressed in silk kimono, small bonnet printed on cloth, flannelette needle case, two hand-made concert programmes made of birch-bark, key on a red cord, small hand-made inscribed valentine, one Christian Endeavour folder of "Prayer Meeting Topics for 1895-96" with active member pledge card signed by Florence, and small bits of ribbon.

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Schantz, Sophie Emma : correspondence received.

Thirty-eight letters received by Sophie Emma Schantz.

Date and Place from: October 7, 1907 Didsbury, Alta. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: April 8, 1898 Atlantic, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: May 20, 1899 Latah, Wash. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Arthur Benjamin, 1876-1958.

Date and Place from: December 14, 1897 La Grange, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, M. Emma.

Date and Place from: Feb. 10, [18--?] Chicago, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Ela Bliss.

Date and Place from: March 30, [18--?] Chicago, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Ela Bliss.

Date and Place from: June 25, 1899 Chicago, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Newgrass, L. M., Mrs. Attachments: Envelope with stamp.

Date and Place from: March 10, 1891 Campden To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Nash, Henry A.

Date and Place from: March 6, 1892 Leamington, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Nash, Henry A.

Date and Place from: April 23, 1892 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Rice, Ella.

Date and Place from: June 29, 1898 Atlanta, Georgia To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Leander Notes: Written on State Executive Committee, Georgia Young Men's Christian Associations letterhead.

Date and Place from: August 30, 1897 Buffalo, N.Y. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob M.

Date and Place from: September 10, 1897 Buffalo, N.Y. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob M.

Date and Place from: November 22, 1897 Buffalo, N.Y. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob M.

Date and Place from: August 22, 1896 Aikenside To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Arthur Benjamin, 1876-1958.

Date and Place from: July 24, [18--?] Chicago To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: August 03, 1890 Chigaco To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: June 02, 1898 Ottumwa, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959 Notes: Name not shown in salutation.

Date and Place from: January 12, 1900 Council Bluffs, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: August 08, 1902 Council Bluffs, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: October 31, [19--?] Morton Park, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Cornelia Caroline Flagler, 1864-1951 Attachments: Includes fabric samples, clippings of dress patterns.

Date and Place from: November 14, 1895 Morton Park, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Cornelia Caroline Flagler, 1864-1951.

Date and Place from: July 29, 1899 Chicago To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Cornelia Caroline Flagler, 1864-1951 Attachments: Includes envelope, no stamp.

Date and Place from: May 27, [19--?] Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Cornelia Caroline Flagler, 1864-1951 Notes: Partial letter, no salutation.

Date and Place from: Oct. 31, 1875 Campden, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob Nash, 1842-1929.

Date and Place from: Nov. 22, 1877 St. Catharines To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob Nash, 1842-1929.

Date and Place from: Nov. 8, 1879 Vinton, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Ela Bliss.

Date and Place from: Sept. 17, 1880 Campden, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Gilbert.

Date and Place from: Jan. 31, 1880 Jordan Station, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jesse Gross, 1850-1933.

Date and Place from: March 30, 1884 Cedar Falls, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob Nash, 1842-1929.

Date and Place from: July 1, 1884 Cedar Falls, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Jacob Nash, 1842-1929.

Date and Place from: March 1, 1889 Cedar Falls, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Ela Bliss.

Date and Place from: May 11, 1889 Cedar Falls, Iowa To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Ela Bliss.

Date and Place from: June 12, 1889 New Hamburg, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Nash, H. A.

Date and Place from: April 12, 1891 Campden, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Ella.

Date and Place from: Jan. 9, 1893 Harrisburg To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From [Poffenberger, Mrs.].

Date and Place from: Aug. 31, 1893 Chicago, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Austin Tobias, 1871-1959.

Date and Place from: Aug. 11, 1901 LaGrange, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Moyer, Levi Nash, 1845-1919 Notes: Includes envelope with stamp.

Date and Place from: Dec. 29, 1901 Morton Park, Ill. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Cornelia Caroline Flagler, 1864-1951 Notes: Includes envelope.

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Schantz, Sophie Emma : correspondence received.

Thirty letters received by Sophie Emma Schantz.

Date and Place from: March 28, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Notes: Includes note from Mother.

Date and Place from: June 16, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: May 11, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Notes: Includes short note from "Mama."

Date and Place from: June, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Notes: Partial letter; no date, place or salutation.

Date and Place from: June 14, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: April 11, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: April 23, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: April 26, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: May 02, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Attachments: includes small note from Florence.

Date and Place from: May 26, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: May 31, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Notes: Partial letter, no signature.

Date and Place from: June 30, 1898 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: September 27, 1898 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: January 18, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Notes: Includes letter from Mother.

Date and Place from: April 19, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: June 12, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Notes: Incomplete letter, no signature.

Date and Place from: September 08, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: September 07, 1902 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: [19--?] Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: December 25, 1907 Didsbury, Alta. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: February 03, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938 Attachments: Includes invitation re Clyde High School and envelope.

Date and Place from: February 22, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: March 21, 1898 Berlin, ON To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: November 08, 1898 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: January 25, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: March 06, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: March 15, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: May 02, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: December 07, 1899 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

Date and Place from: October 14, 1902 Berlin, Ont. To Schantz, Sophie Emma, 1869-1958 From Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine, 1879-1938.

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Leaves.

One spiral bound notebook containing samples of leaves from deciduous trees and needle leaves of conifers found in Ontario. Each sample is labelled by hand. It is possible the leaf collection was a school science project.

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Moyer, Anna Tomlins.

Portrait of Anna Tomlins Moyer taken outside. Anna is shown seated in a wicker chair with tree branches behind her.

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Unidentified teenager.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of unidentified teenager seen looking off camera and dressed in suit, tie and overcoat.

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Cades Cove guidebook.

A guidebook published by the U.S. Department of the Interior for Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains. Inset is a print of Orpheus Moyer Schantz captioned "Orpheus M. Schantz. Pres. Illinois Audubon Society."

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List of 200 Illinois birds.

A large table listing 200 common birds found in Illinois. The list was published by the Illinois Adubon Society and there are columns to record when and where the bird was seen.

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Address book.

Notebook with F.A. Schantz stamped on cover in gold, issued by the Toronto Carpet Mfg. Co., used as an address book.

Business cards.

Two business cards for Orpheus Moyer Schantz. Includes one as a lecturer, and one for Carson, Pirie & Company for whom Orpheus worked.

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Etta's Wedding.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family of Berlin: Etta's Wedding.” The article provides a description of Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz) and Ward White's wedding in 1897.

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Artistic landscape.

One artistic landscape photograph of trees in swamp land. Photograph is an a portfolio style enclosure with "Almer Coe & Company, Chicago" on the front; however, the creator of the photograph is unknown.

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Moyer, Dorothy Louise.

One full body studio portrait of Dorothy Louise Moyer, age 10 1/2 months. Dorothy is shown sitting on a chair looking at the camera and dressed in a white gown.

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer.

One upper body studio portrait of Orpheus Moyer Schantz. Orpheus is wearing a tuxedo with a bow tie and his beard has begun to grey.

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Schantz photographs : album page.

One album page that has been removed from an album. On the recto is a photograph postcard that is labeled as Samuel Moyer and Emma Bliss Moyer in the Berkshire Hills. On the verso are three images showing A. Abraham Fry with niece Annie Clark, B. Abraham Fry with Annie Clark and her mother Elizabeth Fry Clark and C. Abraham Fry and three unidentified women.

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Manuscript : hymn.

Three pages of manuscript, possibly a transcription, of a hymn written on the verso of pages from ledgers. The pages may be from a ledger for a shirt or clothing factory. The ledger pages contain lists of "Machine Hands" and "Buttonhole Hands," all women's names with accompanying numbers. Women listed under ?Buttonhole Hands? include Emily Devitt and Mrs Joachimi (mother or grandmother of Norman Schneider's wife).

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Ephemera: drinking cups.

Three paper drinking cups made from waterproof paper material. The front features an illustration of three seated adults raising glasses in salute and the back features an advertisement for Wolf American High Art Cycles with an illustrated bicycle.

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Photographs.

Photographs of members of the extended Schantz Russell families and of the Bowman family.

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Bowman family.

Photographs of Hervey Bowman, a house on Church St., Kitchener, and a house on Roland St., Kitchener. Note that the photographs were found with correspondence between Franklin Abram Schantz and Franklin Bowman regarding Hervey Bowman's death.

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Schantz photographs : album page.

One album page that has been removed from a photograph album. Recto shows three photographs. A. Annie Rosetta Fry with cousin Annie Fry Clark "in Grandmothers costume [sic]." B. Annie Rosetta Fry and Annie Fry Clark. C. Abraham Fry and son Edward Wilson Fry. Verso shows three photographs of Annie Fry Clark, Annie Rosetta Fry, Samuel Fry, Sarah Grobb Fry, Abraham Fry, Martha Jane Pysher Fry.

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Schantz, Sophie Emma.

Material created and accumulated by Sophie Emma Schantz. Includes one book of song lyrics presented to Sophie as a gift.

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Mathematical drawing instruments case.

One tin case manufactured by Best British Make, designed for holding a set of mathematical drawing instruments. An illustration is stamped on the cover of the case. The instruments themselves are not present.

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Scrapbook clippings 4.

Pages separated from their origins but not pasted into scrapbooks. They are grouped as found. This folder contains two Christmas items, one a story entitled, "The Night Before Christmas" and the other a Montreal Star Christmas Number cover with a colour illustration of two children in a sleigh pulled by two goats.

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Pressed flowers.

Flowers and leaves pressed into an interleaved Dominion drawing book. Most are identified by name.

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Luggage tag : Schantz tours.

A luggage tag from Schantz tours, owned by Orpheus Moyer Schantz. The address on the tag reads "Frank Schantz 43 Schneider Ave. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada."

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Genealogy notes.

Genealogy notes on the Schantz family. Some of the notes appear to have been copied from the Eby book, and are in the handwriting of either Mary Schantz or Florence Annie Catherine Schantz.

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Schantz Russell family fonds : 2014 accrual.

Textual, graphic and artefactual material created and accumulated by members of the Schantz Russell family, primarily Orpheus Moyer Schantz. Includes photographs of members of the extended family, correspondence, artwork, ephemera, and material relating to the professional and leisure pursuits of Orpheus Moyer Schantz.

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