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My Quints Sketch Book I.

This scrapbook contains newspaper and magazine clippings which trace the early years of the Dionne quintuplets who were born in Callander, Ont. Many of these clippings are undated and the source for them is unidentified. They reflect the high level of publicity surrounding the girls' lives. These clippings include information on the quints' birth and parentage, and trace their development as babies, and then as toddlers and young children while they were under the care of a government-run nursery in Callander, Ont. which was managed by Dr. Dafoe.

This scrapbook contains numerous reproductions of baby and childhood photographs of the quints which appeared in the press. The majority of these photographs were taken by Fred Davis, official photographer for the quints and employee of the Toronto Star. Many of these photographs were taken on occasions such as the quints' birthdays, or at Christmas or Easter. Photographs and profiles of Dr. Dafoe and of the nursing staff for the quints are also contained in this scrapbook. Some clippings report on the flood of tourists to Callander, Ont. to view the quints. Other clippings relate to a feature film entitled "The County Doctor" to be made about the quints.

Crnko, Yvonne

Botanical specimen album.

File consists of one ledger book used as a botanical specimen album maintained by an unknown collector. Includes approximately 94 flower and leaf samples from across the United States, Canada and Cuba including Quebec, British Columbia, Vermont, New Hampshire, Alaska, Florida, Massachusetts, Arkansas and Georgia. Many of the samples are identified and also include information on where and when they were found.

Scrapbook 1.

File consists of a scrapbook compiled by Mauritana Smith containing material written by leading 19th century American writers and articles written by her mother, Damaris Isabella Smith. These items are pasted into an old ms. account book. The scrapbook shows the kind of verse that appealed to United Empire Loyalists in Canada.

Smith, Mauritana

Autograph album.

File consists of one autograph album kept by Mary Churchill with entries by family and friends. The album contains extensive passages of poetry and prose as well as illustrations. Names include:

  • Matilda W. Danas;
  • H.J. Ward;
  • C.H.A. Spear;
  • P.H.P.;
  • G.C.B.;
  • Daniel B. Woods;
  • Cyrus Brewer;
  • M.H. Shepherd;
  • L.W. Mears;
  • Lucy A. Parker;
  • L. Churchill;
  • S. Churchill;
  • Ino Coburn;
  • M. Salter;
  • C.W. Belcher;
  • M.W. Field;
  • Lauretta;
  • S.B. Carpenter;
  • L.M. Ingalls;
  • Mary Ann;
  • Peggy Doodle;
  • Francoise Rosulthe de Stelenheim;
  • J. Augustus Parker.

Churchill, Mary B.

Scrapbook : 2003-2005

File consists of one scrapbook documenting the history of the Concordia Club through the years 2003-2005.

Concordia Club

Scrapbook 1.

File consists of a scrapbook compiled by Damaris Smith containing clippings, engravings, stamps and seals, and obituaries and biographies of prominent suffragists, literary, political and social women, some of whom are British.

Smith, Damaris Isabella

Brighton Public School.

One scrapbook of events, students, and staff at Brighton Public School. Includes photographs, clippings, realia and ephemera.

Johnston, Mary

Scrapbook.

File consists of one scrapbook with reviews and articles on Mackay's book "Blencarrow." The reviews are pasted into a blank book that has the Blencarrow cover pasted on the front.

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

Sims, Harvey J. : lawn bowling ephemera.

Scrapbook covering activities of the Canadian Lawn Bowling Association in general and H.J. Sims in particular from 1924 to 1941. Harvey J. Sims was on the Dominion Lawn Bowling Association Canadian team chosen to compete in Great Britain in 1924, and afterward continued to actively participate in the sport, winning many trophies. The scrapbook includes clippings, many with team photographs and portraits, drawings, schedules, itineraries relating to Harvey's involvement in lawn bowling events locally, in Ontario, the United States, and Great Britain.

Sims family

Brighton School.

Materials relating to the operation and history of Brighton Public School. Includes clippings, newsletters, photographs, ephemera, etc.

Waterloo District School Board

Autograph album.

File consists of an autograph album signed by colleagues, patients, and friends of Catherine Taylor while nursing in England during First World War and in the US during the influenza epidemic as well as at summer camps. Album contains three photographs of American soldiers.

Taylor, Catherine

Scrapbook 1.

A scrapbook containing news clippings relating primarily to the Salvation Army and poetry, engraved and photographic portraits of Salvation Army figures and events. The name Sophie E. Schantz is written on the first page of the scrapbook.

This scrapbook is actually a store ledger from 1864-1865. Every second page has been cut out to accommodate the volume of the pasted-in clippings.

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook 2.

A scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, poetry and pictorial items. Included are poetry about Kansas, items about Britain's and Germany's Royal families, fashion items, and sentimental pictures and poems. The scrapbook-maker has employed gilt and silver labels from cloth and embroidery thread to provide fancy borders for some items. Some loose pages and clippings are present, as well as loose manuscript transcriptions, with music, of four hymns, "The Ransomed of the Lord," ?A Golden Harp in Glory," "I Will Sing for Jesus" and "Never be Afraid," signed by Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz). The centre pages for recording births, marriages, and deaths, have been filled in with information on the children of Tobias and Mary Schantz, up to the birth of Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White) in 1900. The

The physical volume used to create this scrapbook appears to be a soft-cover publisher's dummy for an edition of the Bible.

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook 3.

A scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, both loose and pasted in, poetry and illustrations, a brochure for the Niagara and Lewiston Railroad, and a one-leaf printed advertisement for "Sapolio," this last in both English and German and printed on silver-backed paper. The name Franklin A. Schantz is written on the front cover of the scrapbook. The scrapbook was found in Florence Annie Catherine's trunk.

The scrapbook occupies the first twenty-five pages of a volume entitled, "Business Diary Containing General Information, With Daily Calendar for 1881, Compiled by Ogilvy & Co., Toronto, And Presented to Each of their Customers With Best Respects and Cordial Good Wishes." Ogilvy & Co. were importers of British and foreign dry goods, and wholesale dealers in Canadian cottons, woolens, etc.

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook 4.

A scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, mostly engraved portraits of members of the British and Russian royal families. This scrapbook occupies the first twenty pages of a publisher's dummy entitled, ?House and Home: A Complete Housewife's Guide? by Marion Harland (Toronto, W. Briggs, [[19--?]?]), and every second leaf in this section has been cut out to accommodate the bulk of the clippings. The rest of the volume, originally published in the United States for an American audience, contains a sample of chapters and engravings on everything from home decorating, relationships, child-rearing, etiquette, menus and recipes. At the end of the volume Tobias Kolb Schantz has written the names of customers and the binding style ordered by each.

Schantz Russell Family

Schneider, Frederick Paul and Jean May with family.

Twenty-five snapshots of Jean May and Frederick Paul, children of Fred H. and Ella Schneider, in a green leather tooled album. Many are duplicates of snapshots found in Jean May's baby book. Includes snapshots taken at Southampton, Ont. and at 194 Weber St., Kitchener, Ont. and snapshots of the children playing outdoors, at the beach. in the winter, with toys and riding bicycles. Includes a snapshot of F.H. Schneider in a bathing suit.

Schneider, J.M. family

Scrapbook 5.

A scrapbook containing newspaper clippings of poetry for children. This scrapbook occupies four pages of a publisher's dummy entitled, ? Life and Achievements of Admiral Dewey? by Murat Halstead (Philadelphia: People's Publishing Co., 1899), and every second and third leaf in this volume has been cut out to accommodate the bulk of the clippings.

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook : 2006-2009

File consists of one scrapbook documenting the history of the Concordia Club through the years 2006-2009.

Concordia Club

Scrapbook 2.

File consists of a scrapbook compiled by Mauritana Smith containing material written by leading 19th century American writers and articles written by her mother, Damaris Isabella Smith. These items are pasted into an old manuscript account book. The scrapbook shows the kind of verse that appealed to United Empire Loyalists in Canada.

Smith, Mauritana

Scrapbook 2.

File consists of a scrapbook compiled by Damaris Smith's daughter Gertrude, containing an article written by Damaris Smith entitled "Pioneer Wife" published as a serial in Farmer's Magazine beginning with vol. 41, no. 7, July, 1944. The scrapbook also documents the history of the Smith family and contains photographs, a pencil sketch of the "Mountain Hall" homestead, and correspondence.

Smith, Damaris Isabella

My Quints Sketch Book II.

This scrapbook contains newspaper and magazine clippings which trace the lives of the Dionne quintuplets from ca. 1940-ca. 1970, as children, as teenagers, and as adults. Many of these clippings are undated and the source for them is unidentified. Numerous reproductions of photographs of the quints which appeared in the press are shown here. The majority of the childhood photographs were taken once custody of the quints had been restored to the children's parents in 1941 and the Dionne family came to live together in a new home.

One clipping reports on the death of the quints' physician Dr. Dafoe of pneumonia and includes details of his lifetime achievements including his acclaimed care of the Dionne quintuplets. The remaining clippings report on key events in the lives of the quintuplets including their education and careers. Some clippings report on the marriages of Annette, Cecile, and Marie, while others report on the birth of children to these three quintuplets. Other clippings report on the sudden deaths of two of the quintuplets, Emilie and Marie. Two clippings relate to an article which appeared in McCall Magazine in which the remaining quintuplets give an account of their homelife with their parents in Callander, Ont.

Crnko, Yvonne

Elizabeth Austin botanical specimen album.

File consists of one blank album used as a botanical specimen book. Includes 84 flower and tree specimens with identifications and descriptions of time of year they were found. An inscription on the first page indicates that the album was maintained by Elizabeth Austin with specimens from S.L. Wood.

Scrapbook.

File consists of a scrapbook created by Annie Elizabeth May Hewlett at Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan. Scrapbook includes articles and stories by Hewlett, most of them published in The Leader-Post (Regina) and other newspapers and magazines. Many of the articles are about western Canada or the history of Saskatchewan and Cannington Manor.
The scrapbook includes the following:

  • Cannington Manor historic park : a Saskatchewan historic site. [s.l.] : Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee and Canada Centennial Corporation, [1965].
  • Obituary of Annie Elizabeth May Hewlett. The Leader-Post, April 18, 1974. [photocopy]
  • "England on the prairies." The Beaver, December 1952, 20-25.
  • "The manorless manor of Cannington." The Producing News, 1960, 16-22.
  • "Charles Pryce of Fernley: he builded well at Cannington". [unidentified newspaper article, n.d.; "no. 1 of 3 articles"]
  • "Revealing account book items: Charles Pryce of Fernley, pioneer." [unidentified newspaper article, n.d.; "no. 2 of 3 articles"]
  • "Braw lads and sonsy lassies." [unidentified newspaper article, n.d.; "no. 3 of 3 articles"]
  • "Pioneer prince of yarners: Alfred Le Mesurier of Cannington Manor." The Leader-Post, June 29, 1955, p.?
  • "Godfroie Rainville of Cotham." The Leader-Post, July 20, 1955, p.?
  • "France on the prairies." The Beaver, March 1954, 3-7.
  • "Sounding brass." Onward, July 5, 12, 19, 26; Aug. 2, 9, 1953, p.[417]-419, 438-439, 446-449, 452-453, 462-463, 468-469, 475, 486-487, 494, 500-501, 510-511.
  • "Down on the farm." Saskatchewan Farmer, November 2, 1931, p. 9; June 1, 1937, p. 9; 1945, p.?; 1945, p. 24.
  • "Memories stirred as church marks 75th year." The Leader-Post, June 29, 1960, p.2.
  • [Ts. excerpts from from letters to her mother. 1911-1933.]
  • "Reflections at eventide." The Leader-Post, November 17, 1952, p.?
  • "And thus to California." The Leader-Post, December 8, 1954, p.?
  • "Home to Saskatchewan." The Leader-Post, June 15, 1953, p.?
  • "'Double yolk' promises." [The Leader-Post, n.d., p.?]
  • "Character overlooked." [The Leader-Post, n.d., p.?]
  • "Gentle gentility." [unidentified periodical], November 13, 1953, 729-730.
  • "In praise of little hospitals." [n.d., p.45, ?] [unidentified newspaper clipping]
  • "Mount Ararat has its points." [n.d., p.?] [unidentified newspaper clipping]
  • "Now it's 'O' for operator." [n.d., p.?] [unidentified newspaper clipping]
  • "Salty words add tang." The Leader-Post, February 27, 1952, p.?

Hewlett, Annie Elizabeth May

Scrapbook 6.

A scrapbook containing coloured cuttings, some printed for the purpose, with the majority being floral items cut from seed catalogues. The burgundy leather cover is heavily tooled in a thistle pattern, and includes a coloured pictorial card of a bluebird pasted on.

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook 7.

A scrapbook containing large illustrations pasted in. Largely from illustrated papers, these items originally accompanied stories or poems (some illustrate fishing, hunting, etc.). This scrapbook occupies a volume entitled, ?Heywood Bros. & Co. Supplementary Catalogue [of Rattan and Reed Furniture] 1888.?

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook 1.

Scrapbook created by John Gartshore Martin about his experiences in WWII. Includes snapshots, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and correspondence. Snapshots were taken during John's training in Canada and his time in Europe, and show sporting events; fellow officers and soldiers; towns, buildings, and countryside in Normandy, Belgium and Holland; tanks and other equipment; a post-war ceremony; and other subjects.

Scrapbook includes a telegram from John's parents informing him of his brother Jamie's death, ts. Information relating to battles, a letter to Jessie Martin regarding John's DSO, and other items. Clippings relate to John's involvement in the war and his decoration with the DSO by the Governor General Viscount Alexander. The scrapbook pages are not in order and have been left as found. Some pages contain identification for the photographs.

Martin, John Gartshore

Scrapbook 8.

A scrapbook containing large illustrations laid in but not yet pasted. Largely from illustrated papers, these items originally accompanied stories or poems. This scrapbook occupies a volume entitled, Heywood and Morrill Rattan Co.'s Catalogue of Rattan and Reed Furniture, 1889.

Schantz Russell Family

Scrapbook 1.

Scrapbook containing loose and pasted-in clippings, as well correspondence (letters and cards), speech notes, invitations, programs, photographs, and other ephemera predominantly relating to Dr. S.F. Leavine's election as Mayor of Kitchener in 1949. Included are notes of congratulations; coverage of the mayoralty race and Leavine's activities as mayor; his participation on various city boards and commissions, including the Service Welfare Committee; and a proclamation signed by Mayor Leavine declaring that "Brotherhood Week" is to be observed in Kitchener from February 19-26, 1950, along with a photo from a related event. Also included is a typed welcoming speech made by Mayor Leavine at an unspecified event.

One of the loose photographs depicts "The Walking Mayor", as he came to be known, pictured on his daily walk to work as Mayor of Kitchener. A second photograph appears to have been taken on election day in 1955 when Dr. S.F. Leavine ran as the Progressive Conservative candidate in the Waterloo North constituency. The final photograph was taken at the official opening of the Carmicheal School Addition on March 7, 1950 which was attended by Mayor Leavine.

The loose clippings cover: Leavine's recommended changes to the Criminal Code as a means of bringing youth gang activity under control; a Waterloo North Conservative Progressive picnic at Waterloo Park in August, 1952 which was attended; and Leavine's nomination to contest the Waterloo North constituency in 1955.

Correspondence:

  • Letter (Dec. 9, 1949) to Leavine from city clerk, C.G. Lips officially acknowledging Dr. S.F. Leavine's election to the position of Mayor, and asking him to subscribe the necessary Oath of Office prior to the Council's inaugural meeting on Jan. 3, 1950.
  • Letter (Feb. 16, 1950) from H.E. McCallum, the Mayor of Hamilton, inviting Leavine to attend an evening event which will constitute part of the Third Canadian Sportsmen's Show in March, 1950. An invitation to the 43rd Annual Convention of the Canadian Gas Association in June 1950 is also contained in this file along with reservation forms for the event.

Leavine, Stanley Francis

Scrapbook 1 : loose material.

Material collected by John Gartshore Martin relating mainly to his experience in the war, including social and sporting events and regimental memorial services. Includes ephemera, newspaper clippings, photographs, a negative, a guide map of London, and a 1984 letter to John from a researcher regarding his scrapbook.

Clippings relate to the war and John's involvement in particular, and include the October 27, 1945 issue of The Maple Leaf (newspaper for the Canadian Forces, northwest Europe edition); a clipping about a post-war business trip to Europe by John Alexander Martin is also present.

Martin, John Gartshore

Scrapbook 2.

Scrapbook created by an unknown party (probably a family member or close friend) containing clippings from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record relating to local men serving in the war. Clippings describe the postings, promotions, and activities of the soldiers and officers, honours received, and news about those injured, missing, or killed. Some clippings relate to John Gartshore Martin, Wilson Alexander Martin, and Muriel Clift (fiancee of William Jamieson Martin). Some clippings are loose between pages of the scrapbook.

Martin, John Gartshore

Scrapbook 2.

Scrapbook containing loose and pasted-in clippings, ephemera, a photograph, and typed transcripts of speeches made by Dr. S.F. Leavine both during the mayoralty contest of 1949, and after his nomination as Mayor in December, 1949. Clippings describe the progress of the 1949 mayoral race Leavine and Ald. Harry Ainlay; advertising and promotional materials related to Leavine's campaign; coverage of Leavine's win, including reactions from his wife Desta and their two daughters; and Leavine's legacy following his death in 1958.

Loose materials in this scrapbook include clippings, some of which are undated, and others which are dated 1954-1955, and 1957-1958. These clippings report on Dr. S.F. Leavine's speeches in the Legislature as M.P.P for Waterloo North. They report on Leavine's recommendation that a royal commission be set up to investigate the whole field of curative arts and sciences. Another article reports on Leavine's statement to the Legislature that monopolistic practices among local hospitals are destroying the effectiveness of the general practitioner. In another article it is reported that Dr. S.F. Leavine stresses the need for more roads in the Kitchener-Waterloo area.

Among the scrapbook materials are clippings and a telegram relating to Leavine's campaign for re-election as M.P.P for Waterloo North in 1955. The telegram is dated June 10, 1955 and expresses the condolences of Hon. Leslie Frost on Dr. S.F. Leavine's non-reelection. In 1956 Dr. S.F. Leavine returned to civic politics as an alderman and several clippings in this scrapbook relate to his term of office as alderman from 1956-1957. Other loose clippings relate to Leavine's mayorality campaigns in 1949 and 1957.

The scrapbook also contains clippings which report on Leavine's admission to the K-W Hospital in 1958 following a heart seizure, while others are commemorative in nature, including an obituary, following his death on July 27, 1958. Two other articles report that Kitchener's new health department headquarters are to be named after Leavine. Present at the official opening of these new headquarters were Dr. G. E. Duff Wilson, medical officer of health; Dr. Desta Leavine, who unveiled a portrait of her father; Health Minister Dymond; and Dr. Louis V. Lang, health board chairman.

Also in the file is a photograph from [1950?] that appeared in the Kitchener-Waterloo Record.

Leavine, Stanley Francis

Scrapbook.

Contains ephemera, correspondence, photographs relating to Nazla Dane's activities in connection with the Toronto Business and Professional Women's Club, including her presidency from 1949 to 1951.

Dane, Nazla L.

Schneider, Jean May baby book.

Commercially-produced baby book regarding Jean May Schneider, daughter of Fred H. and Ella Schneider, born March 18, 1923. Includes 51 snapshots of Jean May and other infants including: Gwenith Washburn, "Bobbie" Menzies, David and Ruth Halliwell, Charles Bowman White, Mary Caroline Shupe, Katherine and John [Siegner?], Betsy and Tommy Koelher, Elaine Woolner. Some snapshots were taken at Clifton Cottage, Southampton, Ont. One snapshots includes a view of the house at 25 Courtland Ave. W. in Kitchener, Ont. Others show children playing outdoors in the winter.

Schneider, J.M. family

Scrapbooks.

Contains material relating to Nazla Dane's travel overseas as a delegate to the Fifth International Congress of Business and Professional Women, London, England, July 31-Aug. 5, 1950. Contains correspondence, ephemera, maps, photographs, postcards, tourist literature, etc. documenting the Congress and N. Dane's travels with a group from the Canadian Federation of Business and Professional Women through Scotland, England, France, Italy and Switzerland.

Dane, Nazla L.

Scrapbook #2.

File consists of one scrapbook relating to the life of Lady and Lord Aberdeen. Listing of items in scrapbook: Framed albumen photograph of Lady Aberdeen; p.5R: Article on Lady Aberdeen from Weekend Magazine, 1964; P.5V: continuation of article; P.6R: continuation of article; P.6V: continuation of article; P.7R: Article on Lord and Lady Aberdeen from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1915; P.7V: Article on Lord and Lady Aberdeen from the Winnipeg Free Press, 1915; P.8R: Article on Lady Aberdeen from The Spotlight, 1925; p.9R: Article on Lord and Lady Aberdeen from Aberdeen Press and Journal, 1927; P.10R: Article on Lord and Lady Aberdeen from The Evening Standard, 1927; P.10: Article on Lord and Lady Aberdeen's wedding from The Evening News, 1927; P.12R: Souvenir booklet and photograph from the golden wedding anniversary of Lord and Lady Aberdeen, 1927; P.12V: Article on the golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen and the wedding gift to them from the I.C.W. 1927; P.13R: Articles on jubilee gifts for Lord and Lady Aberdeen, 1927; P.14R: Article on the golden wedding anniversary of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from the People's Journal, 1927; P.14V: Article on Lord Aberdeen being honoured from the People's Journal, 1927; P.15R: Tribute to Lord and Lady Aberdeen from Irish Independent, 1927; P.15V: Article on the golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from Irish Independent, 1927; P.16R: Article on golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from the Aberdeen Press, 1927; P.17R: Article on golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from the Gazette, 1927; P.18R: Article on golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from the People's Journal, 1927; P.19R: Article on golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from Aberdeen Journal, 1927; P.19V: Article on golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from Aberdeen Press, 1927; P.20R: Article on golden wedding of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from Aberdeen Press, 1927; P.21R: I.C.W. Bulletin article on Lord Aberdeen at the time of his death, 1934; P.22R: Article on the funeral of Lord Aberdeen from the Aberdeen Bon-Accord and Northern Pictorial, 1934; P.23R: Article on death of Lady Aberdeen from The Globe, 1939; P.24R: Article on the death of Lady Aberdeen from The Globe, 1939; P.25R: Article on the death of Lady Aberdeen from the Aberdeen Bon-Accord and Northern Pictorial, 1939; P.26R: Greetings from Lady Aberdeen to friends in the N.C.W.; P.27R: The Dominion Illustrated images of Lady and Lord Aberdeen and Highfield, 1890; P.27V: The Dominion Illustrated image of the Aberdeen family; P.28R: Image of Lord and Lady Aberdeen from The Countrywoman; P.29R: Photograph of Lady Aberdeen, 1900; P.29V: Photograph postcard of Lord and Lady Aberdeen, signed by Lady Aberdeen, 1906; p.30R: Photograph of Lady Aberdeen with a ms. note reading "In remembrance of the I.C.W. at Toronto June 1909 and with sincere thanks from Ishbel Aberdeen."; P.30V: Portrait illustration of Lady Aberdeen by D. Trifilis, 1917; P.31R: Photograph of Lord and Lady Aberdeen getting into a car in Ottawa, 1916; P.31V: Two newspaper images of Lord and Lady Aberdeen on their golden wedding anniversary, 1927; P.32R: Three clippings and one postcard of images of Lord and Lady Aberdeen; P.32V: Photo reproduction of Lady Aberdeen; P.33R: Clipping of image of Lady Aberdeen at McEwan Hall, 1933; P.33V: Three clippings of images of Lord and Lady Aberdeen; P.34R: Photograph of Lord and Lady Aberdeen's visit to the Aberdeen Mutual Benefit Association at the Government Printing Bureau, 1916; P.34V: Two group photographs of members of the N.C.W.; P.35R: Clipping of I.C.W. delegates in Brussels, 1935; P.37R: Article on Lord and Lady Aberdeen's fiftieth wedding anniversary from the People's Journal, 1927; P.37V: Three clippings showing the grounds and interior of House of Cromar where Lord and Lady Aberdeen lived; P.38R: Souvenir of the House of Cromar postcard set, 1934; P.39V: Article on Haddo House from the Scottish Field, 1958; P.40R: Article on Haddo House from the Scottish Field, 1961.

Hamilton-Gordon, Ishbel Maria Marjoribanks

Scrapbook.

Contains ephemeral materials collected on a trip to Hawaii, including brochures, photograph, advertising ephemera, recipe booklets, and postcards.

Dane, Nazla L.

Scrapbook #1.

File consists of one scrapbook relating to Lord and Lady Aberdeen. Listing of items in scrapbook: p.3R: International Council of Women biography of Lady Aberdeen; p. 4R: Bulletin of the International Council of Women from 1936 with article by Lady Aberdeen; P. 5R: President's address to I.C.W. delegates at plenary council meeting in 1936, by Lady Aberdeen; P. 5V: Lady Aberdeen's farewell address as president of the I.C.W., 1936, also a copy of a photograph taken by Lady Aberdeen showing a rainbow over Lake Geneva; P.6R: A web of memories, an address given by Lady Aberdeen in 1937; P7R: President's letter by Lady Aberdeen from the 1935 I.C.W. Bulletin; P.8R: How the I.C.W. accepted the principle of international arbitration from 1938; P.9R: Lady Aberdeen to entertain famous women article from 1939; P.10R: The National Council of Women by A.M. Going from 1931; P.11R and P.11V: The National Council of Women from Chatelaine, 1931; P.12R: The Daily Colonist from 1964 article on Lady Aberdeen; P.12V: article with excerpts from Lady Aberdeen's diary by James K. Nesbitt; P.13R: National Council of Women newsletter excerpt from 1965; P.14R: Farewell of the Ottawa Local Council of Women to Her Excellency The Countess of Aberdeen, 1898; P.15R; Women in Canadian history article on Lady Aberdeen from the Globe and Mail, 1963; P.16R: Winnipeg Free Press article on Lady Aberdeen from 1967; P.17R: Lady Aberdeen article from Winnipeg Tribune; P.18R: Article on Ethel Chadwick, whose mother was a friend of Lady Aberdeen and on Lady Aberdeen being rescued from a river; P.19R: A history of the May Court Club of Ottawa; P.20R: article on a ball at the May Court Club, 1967; p.21R: article on a musical about Lady Aberdeen; P.22R: article on Lady Aberdeen from the Gazette, 1962; P.23R: Christmas card of a sketch by Lady Aberdeen sent from her and Lord Aberdeen, 1929; P.24R Christmas card of a sketch by Lady Aberdeen sent from her and Lord Aberdeen, 1930; P.25R Christmas card of a sketch by Lady Aberdeen sent from her and Lord Aberdeen, 1932; P.26R: Christmas card of a sketch by Lady Aberdeen sent from her and Lord Aberdeen, 1933 also Christmas card from 1935; P.27R: Christmas card of a sketch by Lady Aberdeen sent from her and Lord Aberdeen, 1937 and 1938; P.28R: address presented to The Countess of Aberdeen in the Senate Chamber after the prorogation of Parliament, 1898; P.27-28: The Saturday Globe article on decorative Canadian plates, 1897; P.29R: Article on Lady Aberdeen from the Winnipeg Free Press, 1928; P.30R: Bulletin of the I.C.W. with article on Lady Aberdeen for her 80th birthday, 1937; P.30V: Article on the centenary of the birth of Lady Aberdeen, 1957; P.31R: Photograph of the memorial plaque to Lady Aberdeen in the International Peace Garden; P.32R: The Associated Country Women of the World Lady Aberdeen Scholarship information, 1960, article on the future of the Associated Country Women of the World, 1959; P.32V: Article on the first Lady Aberdeen Scholar who is working in Uganda, 1962; p.35R: The Country Woman article on the Lady Aberdeen scholarship, 1962; P.34R: Booklet on the Lady Aberdeen Library on the history of women, 1967; P.36R: Photograph of a paperweight given to Lady Aberdeen by Harriet Boomer; P.37R: Information on the I.C.W. presidential chain of office; P.38V: three items of correspondence from Lady Aberdeen addressed to Mrs. Shortt, 1916, 1920, 1932; P.39R: four items of correspondence from Lady Aberdeen to Mrs. Shortt, Winifred, and Mrs. Culton, 1934; P.40R: Poem by Mary Aldis given in a speech by Lady Aberdeen, 1915; p.41R: Article by Lady Aberdeen on the last fifty years, 1927; P.42R: Fifty years of liberalism by Lady Aberdeen, 192-; P.43R: I.C.W. Bulletin article on Lady Aberdeen, 1937.

Hamilton-Gordon, Ishbel Maria Marjoribanks

Clippings : Canada.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

[Ontario Alpha, 1981.]

One scrapbook [binder], unfinished, containing photographs, ephemera, documenting Alpha Chapter of Ontario Alpha Delta Kappa history, events and personalities for the year 1981, including international convention 1981.

Alpha Delta Kappa. Province of Ontario Chapter

Clippings : Costa Rica.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Clippings : El Salvador.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Clippings : Guatemala.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Clippings : Nicaragua.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Clippings : Greece, Italy, Austria, Norway.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Clippings : Mexico.

Consists of one package of loose clippings from an untitled binder containing materials relating to Nazla Dane's activities as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Scrapbook.

Scrapbooks relating to N.C. Schneider's career in politics. Includes a 1969 biographical article about his political career as liberal Member of Parliament for Waterloo North in Ottawa.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Keatsway.

One scrapbook of Mary Johnston's final year at Keatsway Public School, where she served as Principal. Also includes a card signed by the students of the school.

Johnston, Mary

Scrapbook.

Scrapbook relating to Norman C. Schneider's career in politics.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Scrapbook.

Scrapbook relating to Norman C. Schneider's career in politics.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Scrapbook.

One scrapbook of clippings relating to Norman C. Schneider's activities as an M.P. Includes one 1973 news story about the closing of the Kitchener Market.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Scrapbook.

Contains clippings relating to Nazla Dane's tour of South Africa and Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) in her role as President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Souvenir of Zambia.

Consists of a copper-bound scrapbook: "Presented to Nazla L. Dane, President, I.F.B.P.W., by the Members of the National Association of Business and Professional Women of Zambia, On the Occasion of Her Visit, the 12th-14th March 1973." It contains clippings, ephemera, photographs.

Dane, Nazla L.

Album : Guyana.

Untitled photograph album presented to Nazla Dane by the president and members of the Guyana BPWC.

Dane, Nazla L.

Memories of 1955 3rd grade class.

One scrapbook with memories from students in Mary's 3rd grade class of 1955 at MacGregor Public School. This book was given to Mary on her retirement and includes photographs, ephemera, and correspondence from her former students.

Johnston, Mary

Recuerdo de su Estada en Mendoza.

Tooled leather album presented to Nazla Dane to commemorate her visit to Mendoza, Argentina to the International Congress of the IFBPW, 1974. Contains signatures of delegates, photographs, correspondence, news clippings.

Dane, Nazla L.

Gamma Chapter, 1961-1978.

One scrapbook, containing correspondence, photographs, ephemera, clippings etc., documenting Gamma Chapter of Ontario Alpha Delta Kappa history, events and personalities for the years 1961-78. Several photographs not present.

Alpha Delta Kappa. Province of Ontario Chapter

Album : Japan.

Untitled photograph album, presented to Nazla Dane by the president and members of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Japan.

Dane, Nazla L.

Autograph album.

File consists of one autograph album owned by Kay Rex featuring autographs from friends and family members.

Rex, Kay

Gamma Chapter, 1979-1984.

One scrapbook, unfinished, containing correspondence, photographs, ephemera, clippings etc., documenting Gamma Chapter of Ontario Alpha Delta Kappa history, events and personalities for the years 1979-1984.

Alpha Delta Kappa. Province of Ontario Chapter

Persons album.

Consists of coloured photocopies of an album documenting the 1985 ceremony at which Nazla Dane was awarded the "Persons Award". Originals retained by Nazla Dane.

Dane, Nazla L.

Professional development.

Scrapbook kept by Mary Johnston detailing professional development events attended and organized by her. Includes photographs, newsletters, correspondence, and ephemera.

Johnston, Mary

Photograph album.

A photograph album containing photographs, postcards, press clippings, and greeting cards accumulated by the Bechler family.

Bechler family

Photograph album 1 : Martin family.

Album containing snapshots of Jessie and John Alexander Martin and their children, Wilson, Jamie, and John, as babies and young children. Other relative are included in some photographs. Album also includes later photographs of the three brothers in uniform, and a photograph of John Gartshore Martin and his father visiting Jamie's grave at Beny-sur-mer cemetery.

Also contained in the album are several press clippings relating to John's achievements in the war, John A. Wilson (cousin) who was killed in action, and the post-war careers of Wilson and John.

Martin, John Gartshore

Photograph album 2 : Martin family.

Album containing snapshots of members of the Martin family, including Wilson, Jamie and John in uniform posing alone and with other relatives and friends; Jamie with friends in Europe during the war; the three brothers as young children; and John Alexander and Jessie Martin. Album also includes photographs of Jamie's grave and the cemetery at Beny-sur-mer in France; John Alexander and Jessie visiting the grave; and other memorials and plaques dedicated to Jamie.

Album includes newspaper clippings mostly relating to the involvement of Wilson, Jamie and John in the war; Jamie's death and the memorial services for him; and Wilson's post-war career.

Martin, John Gartshore

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