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Berkinshaw, Daphne residence

File consists of one photograph, cut from a larger photograph postcard, showing the residence of Daphne Berkinshaw. Inscription on verso reads: " Daphne Berkinshaw. Daughter, Cecil Shuh Berkinshaw. John St. Waterloo."

Clement Bowlby Family

Beata's wedding

File consists of one group snapshot of the attendees of a wedding. Identification on verso labels it as "Beata's wedding, at 255 Mary St."

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, David Sovereign

File consists of two identical photographs of David Sovereign Bowbly's home "Liberty Hall" in Kitchener, taken from the tennis courts.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby family

File consists of one photograph showing members of the Bowlby family in front of "Liberty Hall", the family home. In the carriage are shown Martha Esther Murphy Bowlby and Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, being pulled by mare Dolly. In front of the home are shown David Sovereign Bowlby, George Herbert Bowlby, Blanche Alexandrine (Adine) Seagram Bowlby, David Shannon Bowlby, and Grace Esther Bowlby Fennell. The photograph was used in "Busy Berlin" in 1897.

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, Martha Esther Murphy : firescreen.

File consists of two identical photographs of a fireplace screen. Inscription on verso reads "Firescreen embroidered by Martha Esther (Murphy) Bowlby - now in Canadiana Museum of the ROM."

Clement Bowlby Family

Bowlby, Ward Hamilton : residence.

File consists of two snapshot photographs (on postcards) showing the residence of Ward Hamilton Bowlby. The home is shown from the street in the winter time and is partially obscured by trees and snow.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Carlton.

File consists of two snapshot photographs of Carlton Clement. Carlton is shown at a cottage, in one image he is holding up a catch of fish with others, and in the other he is standing on the shoreline holding a bouquet of flowers.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Carlton [?].

File consists of one snapshot possibly showing Carlton Clement [?] with two unidentified others.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Charles Bowlby and family.

File consists of one snapshot showing Charles Bowlby Clement with son Carlton Clement, grandson Michael Clement and great-granddaughter Leigh Clement.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, David Ward.

File consists of one studio portrait of David Ward Clement in his Boy Scout uniform, holding a staff.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, David Ward.

File consists of two snapshots showing David Ward Clement in his Cadet Corps uniform. One shows him with his mother Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement and one with his parents, Janie and Edwin Perry Clement.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, David Ward.

File consists of three photographs showing David Ward Clement and friends Carl Spahr Berlet and Alf Stewart in their First World War uniforms the year he went overseas.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Edwin Perry.

File consists of two photographs showing Edwin Perry Clement's cottage "Portage Point" in Georgian Bay.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Edwin Perry.

File consists of a portion of a photograph that shows Edwin Perry Clement standing outside in California. The right side of the photograph has been removed.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Edwin Perry.

File consists of three photographs and six negatives showing the residence of Edwin Perry Clement at 51 Benton St., Kitchener. The photographs show the house before and after a sunroom was added, as well as the belvedere. As well, the file consists of four miscellaneous negatives showing a sailboat, a woman in a fur coat and a child in a box.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement family : furniture.

File consists of two snapshots showing antique furniture owned by the Clement family. Inscription on versos read: "Jackes & Hayes rocker from E.P. Clement home 51 Benton St. Kitchener, now owned by great grandson Eddie Hebscher" and "Davenport desk given by E.P. Clement to his wife Janie Bowlby Clement as a birthday present now owned by their grandson Carlton Clement, Edmonton and Bowlby D.R. chair owned by Peg Forbes."

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement family.

File consists of one photograph showing members of the Edmonton Clements at the Clement family reunion in Forest Hill (Toronto). Includes Muriel Alberta Kerr Clement, Gertrude Unger Clement, Mrs. Gord, Mary C., Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, Charles Bowlby Clement, Blanche Mildred Clement Kelly, Florence Grace Clement, Elizabeth (Betty) Clement Stewart, and Gay Forester.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement family.

File consists of one photograph showing extended Clement family members and friends. Left to right: Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement, William Pope Clement, Edwin Perry Clement, Annie Lyons Clement Birnie, John Birnie [?], Arthur Whitehouse, Blanche Mildred Clement Kelly.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement family.

File consists of one snapshot of the extended Clement family and friends standing in front of the water at Portage Point, Georgian Bay. Left to right: A.Y. Jackson, Esther Williams, unknown, Florence Clement, unknown, Mr. Williams.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement family.

File consists of one photograph showing a group of people (including members of the Clement family) on board a steamboat in Muskoka. Note on verso identifies the steamboat as possibly "The Seguin" [?].

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement family .

File consists of nine unidentified photographs of, or accumulated by, members of the Clement family. Includes landscapes, group and portrait snapshots, and images of a wagon ride, a play, and children in winter.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Florence Grace and Gordon Hamblin.

File consists of one snapshot of Florence Grace Clement and Gordon Hamblin at the open house of Preston Springs Gardens (retirement home). Verso reads "I had my pants creased specially for the occasion."

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Florence Grace.

File consists of one photograph showing Florence Grace Clement and Mrs. Fernside dressed in costumes for a Halloween party at Preston Springs Gardens (retirement home). Florence is wearing Janie Elizabeth Bowlby Clement's trousseau dress and Mrs. Fernside is wearing Marnie Hunt's sequin gown.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Florence Grace.

File consists of one snapshot of Florence Grace Clement taken outside. She is shown standing in front of a body of water, possibly Georgian Bay [?].

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, Florence Grace.

File consists of photographs from Florence Grace Clement's album book. Photographs include those of Florence's 95th birthday as well as other events, friends, and family.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, William Pope and Muriel Alberta Kerr Clement.

File consists of eight photographs showing the fiftieth anniversary party for William Pope Clement and Muriel Alberta Kerr Clement at Westmount Golf and Country Club. Photographs include images of the couple as well as guests such as: Goeroge Morley, Leith Fraser Raney, Danielle [?], Frederick Pohl, Karel Stark, Norma Hatten, Dorothy Snyder [?], and Helen Pollock.

Clement Bowlby Family

Stewart, Elizabeth (Betty) Clement.

File consists of two "candid camera" snapshots of Elizabeth (Betty) Clement Stewart on her wedding day being walked into the church by her father William Pope Clement. Taken by by Belair, Kitchener, Ont.

Clement Bowlby Family

Toronto city hall.

File consists of four snapshots of Toronto city hall and Nathan Phillip's Square with accompanying negatives.

Dorney, Robert

Charter trips.

File consists of photographs of KW Sales and Ad Club members and families on charter trips. People identified include:

Boyer, L.M.
Price, Dora
Woodcock, Jerry
Barclay, Jean
Matthews, Reg
Shantz, Eleanor
Hagen, Doug
Celebrezze, Anthony
Wall, Art Mrs.
Boegel, G.
Schnarr, George
Shantz, [?]
Lillian, Isobel
[z?], Eckel
Tilton, J.R.
Brown, John

Kitchener Waterloo Sales and Ad Club

Mackay, Isabel.

File consists of one head and shoulders studio portrait of Isabel Mackay in her wedding dress. The upper part of her dress can be seen, and she is holding a bouquet of ferns and carnations and wearing a snake upper arm cuff.

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone and Peter.

File consists of one three quarter length wedding portrait of Isabel and Peter Mackay. Peter is wearing a suit standing by a seated Isabel who is in her wedding gown holding a branch of leaves.

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone.

File consists of one snapshot of Isabel Mackay with two of her daughters, Phyllis and Margaret. The three are standing outside in a wood in Stanley Park. Verso reads "Taken in Stanley Park about 1912 with Margaret on left, Phyllis on right."

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

Indiana: mill race.

Photograph shows a couple and two children in a boat. Written on the verso:"Boehmer - Martha Ritzer / Indiana - / Mill Race/ Alberta Knauff/ Karl Knauff".

Company of Neighbours

Waterloo, Ont.: Silver Lake, Waterloo Park

View of Waterloo looking south from the top of Central School at King and Central (formerly Church) streets. Albert Street is at top right and Silver Lake in Waterloo Park can be seen behind Albert Street. Spring Street is in the foreground. Written on verso: one storey house with two chimneys still on Albert St.

Company of Neighbours

Tobacco shop: interior.

Photo shows interior of Strum Brother's Tobacco and Barber, with five men, a spittoon, a stuffed raccoon, and a moose head. John Simpson is on the far right in his firefighter uniform. As well, a print of Seagram's King's Plate winners is visible in the top right corner. John Simpson is listed as a member of the Waterloo Fire Department in the 1913 Vernon Directory, but does not appear in the 1927 directory.
Strum Brothers Tobacco and Barber shop located on King Street just south of the railway tracks in 1913 Vernon Directory.

Company of Neighbours

Seagram's distillery.

Photograph taken from a newspaper print? Exterior of the distillery and flour mill built in 1857 at corner of Erb and Caroline Streets. Note the horse drawn wagon.

Company of Neighbours

Picnic at Waterloo Park.

This photograph shows a group of Waterloo merchants/businessmen picnicking at Lexington Flats. Wooden table and benches can be seen and dishes and bottles on the table.
Left to right; (?), Albert Hergott, (?), (?), (?), (?), David Kuntz, (?), (?), (?), John Koehler, Edward F. Seagram, Daniel "Biddle" Bohlender.

Company of Neighbours

Barber shop exterior.

Jacob Brandt standing in front of his Brandt's Ideal Shaving Parlour which is decorated with greenery, welcome signs and British and American flags possibly for the Saengerfest celebrations. Unidentified man standing to the left. Shaving parlour located at the rear of the Bank of Toronto, on north-west corner of King and Erb Streets next to the Post Office building.
Listed in 1901 and 1907 Vernon Directory, but not in 1913.

Company of Neighbours

Waterloo Meat Market, King St.: shop interior.

Interior of John B. Fischer's butcher shop located at King Street north. Note ceiling fan, carcasses hanging and the preparation area with two unidentified butchers. Two men in suits standing on left side. John B. Fischer served as Mayor of Waterloo in 1908 and again 1912-1913.
Butcher shop opened in 1874. 1913 and 1927 Vernon Directories list an Edgar J. Fischer, Butcher in this same location.

Company of Neighbours

Tobacco shop: interior.

Photo shows interior Strum Brothers Tobacco and Barber. The stuffed raccoon, and moose head are gone, but the print of Seagram's King's Plate winners is still there.

Company of Neighbours

McGinty Band.

Group photograph of members of the McGinty Band with their instruments. Some identified. Back row: Daniel "Biddle" Bohlender. Middle row; (?); John Diegel; (?); Fred Bofinger. Written on verso: this band could only play kazoos.

Company of Neighbours

King St., Waterloo.

This photograph, ca. 1900, shows a woman crossing the West side of King St. North in Waterloo. The street railway tracks are clearly visible, as are the storefronts with awnings down. The most visible sign is "J. Schondelmayer." A German flag is hanging from an upper window and store fronts appear to be decorated with greenery.

Company of Neighbours

Putting down tracks on King St., Waterloo.

Photograph of men working on a rail line along King Street at Erb Street. The shop front of H.A. Zoellner, Druggist, is visible as well as a telephone (telegraph?) pole. Possibly construction of tracks for electric street railway between Kitchener and Waterloo.

Company of Neighbours

Waterloo Fire Hall with horse-drawn fire trucks.

Photo of a postcard depicting members of the Waterloo Fire Department with horse-drawn vehicles in front of fire station. John Simpson seated on fire wagon on left.
The first automotive pumper fire truck was acquired on June 11, 1927. The fire hall was demolished in 1967.

Company of Neighbours

Roesch's Grocery Store, King and Dupont, Waterloo: l-r, Rolly Plantz, Andy Roesch.

Interior of Roesch's Grocery store with Andrew Roesch on the left and Roland Planz on the right.
Roesch's obituary states that he and his wife adopted his four nephews Harry, Roland, Charles and Clayton Plantz [sic], so this is likely his nephew (spelled Planz on the photo) with him. Building located at 21 King Street North, west side south of Dupont Street.

Company of Neighbours

Steam-powered pump of fire engine.

Exterior of gun and locksmith shop of Louis Hedderich located on King Street north. Horse-drawn wagon in front with man in driver's seat. Louis Hedderich in 1889 Directory, not in 1899 Directory

Company of Neighbours

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone.

File consists of one full length studio portrait of Isabel Mackay with an unknown woman. The two are seater side by side wearing elaborate gowns.

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

The Lang Tanning Co. Limited building.

Contains a photograph of a drawing of the Lang Tanning Company Limited building on King St. West in Kitchener as it was in 1850. Includes a note on the photograph stating that it burned down in 1853.

Lang Tanning Company, Ltd.

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