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University of Waterloo. Special Collections & Archives Schantz Russell family fonds.
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Correspondence to Dorothy Etta Russell from St. John Ambulance Association Ontario Branch.

1 post card announcing that Dorothy Russell succeeded in an examination.

Date and Place from: December 10, 1943 Toronto [Ontario] To Russell, Dorothy Etta, 1900-2005 From St. John Ambulance Association Ontario Branch Attachments: No envelope, the post card is stamped. This is a Canada Post card announcing that Dorothy Russell succeeded in an examination.

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Moyer, Jennie.

One full body portrait of Jennie Moyer seen seated outdoors on a barrel and wearing a cap and tweed jacket with leg of mutton sleeves.

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Moyer, Emma Bliss.

One upper body studio portrait photograph of Emma Bliss Moyer (wife of Samuel Moyer) seen looking off camera..

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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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Moyer, Edna.

One head and shoulders studio portrait of Edna Moyer seen looking off camera, aged 17 years, 6 months. Photograph originally belonged to Sophia Moyer.

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Martin, Inez Muriel.

One full body studio portrait of Inez Muriel Martin, aged one year. Inez is showing standing on a chair, wearing a long white gown with lace.

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Lang Treacy Staff Picnic.

Group portrait of Lang Treacy Co. Ltd. (dry goods and house-furnishings) employees posed outdoors taken June 1927. Image shows Franklin Schantz (back row, 4th) W.C. Treacy (front row, far right), R.D. Lang (second row, first from left) and E.D. Lang (third row, first from left). Also of note are the dress of the employees, particularly a fur stole.

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Gribble family.

Studio portrait of [Mary Harriet Gribble] with grandchildren Elsie Snider and Ralph Snider, the children of Faith Gribble and William Snider. Gribble is shown looking down at newborn Elsie, held on her lap, while Ralph, about three years of age, stands next to them, looking over shoulder off camera.

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Gribble, Faith [?].

One upper body studio portrait, possibly of Faith Gribble. Photograph is in an embossed green enclosure with a purple interior and reads "With the Compliments of the Season."

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Fry, Annie Nash.

One studio portrait of Annie Nash Fry (wife of Samuel Fry) seen looking at camera. Annie is shown late in life wearing a bonnet which ties at her neck, and glasses. Also includes one print of the identical portrait with a poem. Item may be a funeral card. Identification from verso with birth date as 1819 and death as 1903. Identification is uncertain however, as a print with a poem about the woman identifies the woman as Nancy Fry (possibly familiar form of Anna).

Poem reads:

We meet, in thankfulness to-day,
For blessings showered on our way.
May all our hearts with love abound
As once again we gather round
The heartstone of Aunt Nancy.
Vineland, August 9th, 1905.

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Flagler, Melvina Dorthula.

Two identical upper body studio portraits of Melvina Dorthula Flagler. Melvina is shown with a watch on a chain and a large lace flower on her jacket. Note that the mounting for one photograph is labeled: "Dunn, Leamington, Ont." but that the image was in fact taken by Hartley's, Chicago, Ill..

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Dickerman, Goodwal.

One studio portrait photograph of Goodwal Dickerman, showing his left side. Goodwal was a humorist and impersonator, and went on to act on Broadway.

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Dickerman, Goodwal.

One studio portrait of Goodwal Dickerman as the character Freddie in "The Tomkins Family" given as a gift for Christmas 1894. Goodwal was a humorist and impersonator, and went on to act on Broadway.

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Dickerman, Goodwal.

One full body studio portrait of Goodwal Dickerman dressed in the character of Peter Timothy Tomkins from " The Tomkins Family", given as a Christmas gift in 1894. Goodwal was a humorist and impersonator, and went on to act on Broadway.

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Schantz, Etta.

One upper body studio portrait of Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz) seen looking off camera.

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Schantz children : Florence, Arthur and Herbert Schantz.

One full length studio portrait of Florence Annie Catherine Schantz , Arthur Benjamin Schantz and Herbert Cecil Palmer Schantz.

Florence is seated on a ladies chair, Arthur is standing at centre, and Herbert is standing with left arm resting on a tall table. Florence is holding a painting of a young girl and Arthur is holding one of a pastoral landscape.

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Nash, Victoria Priscilla.

One three quarter length studio portrait of Victoria Priscilla Nash seen wearing a high-collar top with leg of mutton sleeves, and leaning with right arm against what looks to be the end of a bed.

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Musselman, Amos.

One upper body studio portrait of Amos Musselman seen looking off camera. File also includes one small red paper flower that was included in the album with the photograph.

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Moyer, Theodore.

One three quarter length studio portrait of Theodore Moyer seen looking off camera with left hand in waistcoat pocket.

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Moyer, Ela Bliss.

One upper body studio portrait of Ela Bliss Moyer in collared shirt and tie seen looking at camera.

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Hilborn, Leila Vera.

One full body studio portrait of Leila Vera Hilborn as an infant. Hilborn is shown wearing a cap and gown, and laying on a fur rug.

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Fogel, Angeline.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Angeline Fogel seen looking off camera. Fogel is wearing a lace collard top and a [charm?] choker.

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Fogel, Angeline.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Angeline Fogel seen looking off camera. Fogel is wearing a lace collard top and a [charm?] choker.

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Grant, Mable.

One full length studio portrait of Mable Grant seen standing in a long lace and velvet dress in front of lace curtains.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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 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 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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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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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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Schantz, Mary : funeral visitor register.

The register of visitors for the funeral of Mary Schantz (nee Moyer) who died January 28, 1935 in Kitchener, Ontario at the age of 94. Mary Schantz's funeral was held at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home in Kitchener, Ontario.

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A slumber song.

Pen drawing featuring the lines of the poem titled, A Slumber Song as well as butterfly and 16 point compass rose motifs. The drawing also includes a monogram possibly made by combining the letters F, A, C, S and the date October 5, 1902.

The poem featured in the drawing was originally titled, Sleep Sweet and was written by Ellen M. Huntington Gates. The creator of this drawing changed the title and a few words in the lines of the original poem titled, Sleep Sweet by Ellen M. Huntington Gates.

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My symphony.

Pen drawing featuring the lines of the poem titled, My Symphony by William Ellery Channing as well as flower and butterfly motifs. The creator of this drawing changed the order of some of the lines in the original poem titled, My Symphony by William Ellery Channing.

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The girl he left behind him.

Pen drawing by Orpheus Moyer Schantz titled, The Girl He Left Behind Him. The drawing features a woman sitting in a field with ships visible in the distance. Artist's note underneath signature confirms this drawing was modeled after the works of Charles Dana Gibson.

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New Years card.

New Years card given to Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz) from Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Becker.

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Invitation card.

An invitation card possibly written by or sent to Austin Tobias Schantz. The quote inscribed on the verso of the invitation card is from Alfred Tennyson's poem titled, The Sea Fairies that was first published in 1830.

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43 Schneider Avenue, Kitchener, Ont.

A hand drawn floor plan for the Schantz family home located at 43 Schneider Avenue, Kitchener, Ont. This is likely the original floor plan for the house. It is possible that not all of the rooms shown on this floor plan were physically constructed when the house was built.

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Niagara Falls, Ont.

Snapshot of Niagara Falls, Ontario. The name F.A. Schantz inscribed on the verso of the mount board may stand for Franklin Abram Schantz.

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Schantz, Mary, Nellie Nellis and Effie Schantz.

One snapshot of Mary Schantz, Nellie Nellis and Effie Schantz standing near a piano.

One snapshot of Effie Schantz standing near a piano.

It is likely that these photographs were taken at the same time. The name Jakes inscribed on both snapshots could reference Jacob Arthur Schantz, Effie Schantz's father.

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