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Erb Street in 1853.

File consists of one photograph of a sketch of what is now Erb Street in 1853. The Seagram distillery building can be seen.

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King and Queen St., Berlin Ont., ca. 1863.

Copy print, (2 copies) showing the intersection of King and Queen St., taken from Queen St. S. looking North. Shows sign for Berliner Journal Printing office and Ayton's grocer. Appeared in Kitchener's First 100 Years, June 22, 1954, p. 36.

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1866.

File consists of one indenture between Daniel Lehnen, and Henry and John Nahrgang.

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1869.

File consists of one deed of land between Henry Nahrgang and John Nahrgang.

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1880.

File consists of two mortgages, one between John Nahrgang and Louis J. Breithaupt and one between John Nahrgang and Frederick Snyder.

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1881.

File consists of two deeds of land between John Nahrgang and Robert Nahrgang.

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1891.

File consists of one letter signed by stockholders of The German Printing and Publishing Company of Berlin.

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1896.

File consists one mortgage between Abel Walper and Randall Roos, and two deeds between Abel Walper and Anna Marie Nahrgang, and Abel Walper and John Nahrgang.

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1897.

File consists one conveyance between Abel Walper and Catharina Heiman.

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1898.

File consists of one assignment of mortgage between George Randall and William Roos, and the executors of the estate of William Moore, those being Emma Moore, Arthur Pequegnat and Alexander Asher regarding a mortgage held by Abel Walper.

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Poplar tree in front of grist mill.

File consists of one photograph of a large poplar tree in front of a grist mill. The tree grew from a branch used as a whip by a pioneer on the 1806 trek from Pennsylvania to Waterloo. The grist mill was built in 1816.

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1899.

File consists one bill sale between the estates of John Motz and Frederick Rittinger, and William John Motz and Heiman Rittinger.

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Scene Outside Kitchener Market, ca. 1890's?

Copy print, taken on the other side of the building shown in GA92-9-73, showing what is possibly a weigh scale for wagons. The domed building is the town hall and the light coloured building in the background is the Kitchener Hotel.

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King and Queen St., Berlin, Ont., decorated for Ancient Order of Foresters convention ca. 1900.

Copy print, showing the intersection of King and Queen St., looking east. Two decorated arches cross over the street; tracks run up the centre, two groups of men stand in front of the first arch. Left to right: W.R. Travers (manager, Merchants Bank); Fred Boehmer (bank manager); [A.B. Miller?]; unidentified, unidentified , [Major Heath?]; H.L. Janzen; Conrad Bitzer; L.J. Breithaupt. The latter three are former mayors.

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Academy School.

Print photograph of a copy negative of Page 89 of Twentieth Century Number of Busy Berlin showing an exterior view of a brick school building. Caption reads: "Academy School."

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Berlin Fire Brigade, Throwing Stream Over St. Paul's Church.

Copy negative of Page 78 of Twentieth Century Number of Busy Berlin showing fire brigade in action at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Queen St. and a partial view of group portrait. Fire brigade caption reads: "Berlin Fire Brigade (Throwing steam over St. Paul's Church)". Group portrait caption reads: "Another Group of Travellers. W. G. Cleghorn, I. S. K. Weber, A. K. Dunke, J. Voelker, and L. Stuebing."

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1901.

File consists one mortgage between George Randall and William Roos, and Catharina Heiman. Attached is a reciept from David Knipfel and Arthur Pequegnat.

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1902.

File consists of one house lease between David Knipfel and Catharina Heiman, one mortgage between David Knipfel and Caroline Weber, and one conveyance between Catharina and Frank Heiman, and David Knipfel.

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John Roat's Commercial Hotel After Fire, Site of the Walper Hotel, ca. 1892.

Copy negatives from an old photograph ang Page 255 of W. V. Uttley's book "A history of Kitchener, Ontario" (1975). Taken by Sebastian Fischer, the photo is of John Roat's Commercial Hotel, at the corner of Queen and King, following a fire. One of the negatives includes a photograph of the first ambulance with nurses. Also included in the file are typed captions about the hotel and the ambulance that read:

"John Roat's Commercial Hotel after fire

site of Walper

destroyed 1892, after the fire, site bought
by Abel Walper of Zurich, Ont

sign says Livery Stable

(see Uttley History of Kit ..page 255)

2) same pic from book

3) same pic /with first ambulance
& nurses..."

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1903.

File consists of one deed between David Knipfel and Louis Jacob Breithaupt, and one letter from Millar & Sims, Barristers regarding a deed between the estate of Joachim Kalbfleisch and The German Printing and Publishing Co.

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Circus Parade, King. St. near Water.

Two copy negatives of old photographs. One shows elephants walking double file down a dirt road beside [electric railway?] tracks headed by two single elephants with ladies riding on top. The negative is annotated: "Circus Parade. King St. near Water St. 1904." The other, taken from the same position, shows uniform wearing [firemen?] horseback riding a double file down a dirt road while carrying flags that read: "Fighting the Flames".

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Circus Parade, King Near Benton.

Copy negatives of elephants walking down city streets. The first is of an old photograph of elephants walking down a city street captioned: "Circus Day in Berlin". Caption accompanying negative reads: "1) Circus Day in Berlin nr p/o at Benton." The second is of elephants walking down a city street, taken from behind, while passing the Market Hotel accompanied by a caption that reads: "5) circus parade king near benton 1904". File also includes caption notes for the next 6 files in series titled PARADES.

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Circus Wagons at Side of Dirt Road.

Copy negative of an old photograph of ornate, horse-drawn circus wagons at the side of a dirt road. Caption accompanying negative reads: "4) Circus Wagon at side of dirt road..nice pix."

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1905.

File consists of two items of correspondence between Rittinger & Motz.

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1906.

File consists of seven items of correspondence between William John Motz and Heiman Rittinger relating to Rittinger's withdrawl from the firm. Also includes two mortgages, one between The German Priting & Publishing Company and Louis Jacob Breithaupt, and one between The German Printing & Publishing Company and The Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Berlin.

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1907.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1907 for the German Printing & Publishing Company, as well as one indenture between John A. Rittinger and William John Motz.

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1908.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1908 for the German Printing & Publishing Company, as well as one item of correspondence to W.J. Motz from A. Weidenhammer.

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1909.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1909 for the German Printing & Publishing Company.

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Fire Hall, Berlin, Ont., Canada.

Copy negative of a postcard of the Berlin Fire Hall with two horse drawn wagons out front. File also includes caption notes for other photos in series titled BERLIN FIREHALL.

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Berlin Rescue and Hose Co.: Horse-drawn in front of Frederick St. Firehall.

Copy negative of a torn and taped photograph of members of the Rescue and Hose Co. on, and in front of, a horse drawn wagon. Corresponding caption from caption list in file 9 reads: "2) Berlin Rescue & Hose Co horse drawn in front of Fred St. firehall." Annotations on one of the reference prints in file read: "Scharlach, Charles [Loelu?], [Uhrig?], Timms, Dan Boettger, John Rhodes, Frank Seebert."

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1910.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1910 for the German Printing & Publishing Company, one reciept and one item of correspondence between D.S. Bernhardt and The Berlin News Record.

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1911.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1911 for the German Printing & Publishing Company.

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1912.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1912 for the German Printing & Publishing Company as well as a series of correspondence between Ther German Printing and Publishing Company and The Maxwell Publicity Service regarding the prinitng of the 1912 Celebration of Cityhood book.

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1913.

File consists of one summary of the state of affairs for December 1913 for the German Printing & Publishing Company.

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1914.

File consists of an indenture, statutory declaration and item of correspondence relating to a loan between the Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Berlin and the German Printing and Publishing Company. Also includes correspondence regarding the possible establishment of a German language newspaper in Vancouver, and the interest of W.J. Motz in selling his portion of the company.

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1915.

File consists of a history of the Record up to 1915 with circulation statistics, as well as correspondence between W.J. Motz and W.G. Weichel regarding the possible sale of the newspaper.

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Klotzkopp Korrespondence, the letters of Joe Klotzkopp, Esq.

One scrapbook containing letters written by John A. Rittinger, newspaper editor, under the pseudonym "Joe Klotzkopp, supposedly a farmer in Bruce County. As Joe Klotzkopp he wrote many humorous letters to German-language dailies in the Pennsylvania-German dialect. According to the immediate donor this is the only complete collection of the "Klotzkopp Letters"as apparently not all of these appear in the translations by Herbert Kalbfleisch entitled "The Letters of Joe Klotzkopp, Esq." However, Rittinger supposedly invented Joe Klotzkopp ca. 1890, and the clippings in this scrapbook date from 1907 at the earliest. Later dates are also pencilled in so possibly Record reprinted these letters in 1924 - 1925. The scrapbook consists of original news clippings pasted into a scrapbook, and a published translation is already held in the Rare Book Room in H0748. Also present is a selection of Klotzkopp letters re-printed in the Record in 1967.

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118th Parade at King and Queen from old film, turning onto King.

Copy negative of clip from film of the 118th Battalion marching band traveling down a city street while playing instruments. Hanging signs for Staebler Insurance, Lockhart's Garage and Dominion Cafe are visible in the background. Caption accompanying negative reads: "6) 118th parade at King and Queen from old film turning onto King."

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118th battalion, Kitchener, Ontario.

One 16 mm film, a copy of negative nitrate film taken in 1916 in Kitchener, Ontario of the 118th Batallion and of the downtown area. The film was owned by Bill Musclow, given to the Record and converted to 16 mm positive prints in 1975. The original film was apparently donated to the Archives of Ontario in 1975.

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Artifacts

Series consists of artifacts created or accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various companies and newspapers that it has owned. Includes one vanity plate from owener J.E. Motz, and two printing plates.

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1916.

File consists of materials relating to the W.E. Gallagher Printing & Publishing Company (printers of the Daily News Record), as well as correspondence between W.J. Motz and W.G. Weichel regarding the possible sale of the newspaper.

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1917.

File consists of materials relating to the W.E. Gallagher Printing & Publishing Company (printers of the Daily News Record) including an annual return, as well as correspondence between W.J. Motz and W.G. Weichel regarding the possible sale of the newspaper.

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1918.

File consists of one states of affairs for the News Record Company Limited.

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1919.

File consists of one states of affairs for the News Record Company Limited, as well as correspondence and legal documents relating to the purchase of the News Record Company shares by Rittinger and Motz.

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1920.

File consists of materials relating to The Quality Printers, Ltd and the subsequent purchase of the company by The News Record.

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Santa Claus at Kitchener, Xmas.

Copy negative of a mounted Denton photograph of Santa Claus visiting Kitchener in a horse drawn sleigh in 1921. Caption accompanying negative reads: "2) Santa at Kitchener 1921 (on Frederick?)."

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1922.

File consists of a statement of affairs for The News Record, two mortgages between Euler and Motz, and both the Waterloo Trust and Savings Company and John J. Lembke as well as a series of correspondence regarding the purchase of the Daily Telegraph by the News Record.

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Daily Record staff.

Staff of the Daily Record posed in front of its building at 49 King St. W., Kitchener, Ont. Appeared in Centennial Souvenir, Feb. 8, 1978, p. 16. Includes identifications.

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1923.

File consists of a statement of affairs for The News Record, correspondence regarding the sale of a property to Bell, and correspondence regarding taxes.

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Staff Party, 1920's.

Contains printed programs/menus for the fifth, sixth and seventh annual banquets of the Daily Record Staff held in 1924, 1925 and 1926.

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1928.

File consists of a statement of affairs for The News Record as well as an invoice from the Grand River Railway Company.

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1929.

File consists of a statement of affairs for The News Record as well as taxation information and a blueprint for the new News Record building drawn by Herbert Johnston.

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Parade From American Hotel.

Copy negative of an old photograph of three open top cars, carrying men and women in hats, driving past the Walper Hotel as crowds of people look on from the sidewalk. Caption accompanying negative reads: "3) Parade from American Hotel, 20s."

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Printing plate.

One printing plate used in the Kitchener-Waterloo Record of St. Basil's Cathedral.

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1930.

File consists of a statement of affairs for The News Record as well as two mortgages and a series of correspondence relating to the sale of the old News Record building to a Mr. Oke.

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The Breithaupt Leather Co., April 1930.

Panorama group portrait of Breithaupt Leather Company employees standing in a row, on muddy terrain, outside of the tannery building and office entrance. Most are in caps and several are wearing rubber boots and ankle-length aprons. A building with a bell tower is visible in the background.

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