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Wismer, Solomon.

Three quarter length studio portrait of Solomon Wismer seen looking at camera with legs crossed and left arm resting on side table.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz, Sophie.

Head and shoulders body studio portrait of Sophie Emma Schantz seen looking off camera in partial profile.

Schantz Russell Family

Reaman, George Elmore.

File consists of one photograph of George Elmore Reaman in his regalia as Director of Adult Education at the University of Waterloo.

Reaman, George Elmore

Nellein, H..

Upper body studio portrait of H. Nellein, chief accountant, seen looking off camera.

Dominion Rubber Company

United Brethren Church group outing to Elora Gorge.

Group portrait taken during an outing to Elora, Ontario of members of a United Brethren Church group from Berlin, Ontario. The group is seen posed for the camera against a rocky backdrop.

Back row standing: ?, [Aggie Brubacher], Franklin Abram Schantz, Edgar Clemens, ?, ?

Seated middle row: Arthur Benjamin Schantz, Eli Brubacher, ?, [Amos Musselman], Ella Weaver, ?

Seated front row: Sophie Emma Schantz, [Lizzie Musselman]

Schantz Russell Family

Dominion Tire Company factory album.

Album containing photographs of the construction of the Dominion Tire Company manufacturing plant in what was then Berlin, Ontario. Includes photographs of the construction process, the surrounding land, the interior and exterior of the building during construction, equipment used the tire manufacturing process and employees on the factory floor. etc. People photographed in the album are predominantly white men with the exception of a white woman included in office shots on pages 3 and 4 and a Black man standing with a broom next to machinery on page 53. The majority of the people in the album are unidentified. Included are Talmon Henry Rieder (page 1), [Ed Cable?] and Irene Bain (page 3), Dr. Wood (page 6), and J.I. Franklin Anthes (page 9 and 53).

Rieder, Talmon and Anthes family

Anthes, Lydia and daughters.

Studio portrait of Lydia Anthes and her daughters.

Left to right: Carrie Breithaupt, Martha Rieder, Lydia Anthes, Ella Cook, and Louis Breithaupt.

Rieder, Talmon and Anthes family

Anthes, Lydia and daughters.

Two copies of a studio portrait of Lydia Anthes and her daughters.

Standing: Louisa Breithaupt and Ella Cook.

Seated: Lydia Anthes, Martha Rieder and Carrie Breithaupt.

Rieder, Talmon and Anthes family

Anthes, Lydia and daughters.

Studio portrait of Lydia Anthes and her daughters.

Standing: Ella Cook and Martha Rieder.

Seated: Louisa Breithaupt, Lydia Anthes and Carrie Breithaupt.

Rieder, Talmon and Anthes family

Anthes, J.I. Frank.

Four copies of a head and torso studio portrait of J.I. Frank Anthes dressed in a suit and seen looking off camera.

Rieder, Talmon and Anthes family

Anthes, J.I. Frank.

Two copies of a three-quarter length studio portrait of J.I. Frank Anthes seated with a role of paper in hand and looking at the camera.

Rieder, Talmon and Anthes family

Red Cross Executive

Image of four Red Cross executive members posed for the camera. Two are standing behind two seated at a table. Behind them on the wall are two identical and partially obscured posters that read "The Work of Mercy Never Ends. GIVE."

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Office staff.

Image of office staff, five men and one woman, seated at desks, turned toward camera.

J.M. Schneider, Inc.

Ahrens cousins.

Snapshot of Frederick H. Schneider with Ahrens cousins. The group is seen outdoors, seated in a row on top of a picnic table with what may be the Freeport Bridge visible in the background. Left to right: Agnes Law, Fred Schneider, Floss Ahrens, Carl Ahrens, Mabel Ahrens.

Schneider family

Siegner, Emma and family.

Portrait of Emma Siegner and family, likely taken at their home. Left to right: Walter Siegner, Carolyn Siegner (later Metson) , John Siegner, Emma Siegner, Kay Siegner (later Faichney).

Schneider family

Shantz, James Robert and wife Elisabeth.

Full body studio portrait of James Robert Shantz (nephew of Tobias Schantz) and wife Elisabeth seen looking at camera. James is seated in a wicker chair with Elisabeth standing at side.

Schantz Russell Family

Thomson, Jessie.

Two identical full length studio portraits of Miss. Jessie Thomson seen seated on a chair covered with a fur and looking at camera. Enclosed is a calling card of Miss. Thomson with the inscription "With love all & best wishes for the new year."

Schantz Russell Family

Clement family.

Two copies of a photograph of the members of the extended Clement family celebrating on the day of the declaration of Britain joining World War I (August 4, 1914). The photographs show Harry (Hal) Scruton, David Ward Clement, Jim McIntosh, Paul Hayward, and John Birnie. The men are shown grouped around a cannon and holding an unidentifiable flag.

Clement Bowlby Family

Skiing at Limberlost.

Photograph of Dr. Harry Lackner and Dr. Dick Ratz seen standing in a snow covered wooded area while skiing at Limberlost.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schantz, Christian and family.

Group portrait of Christian Schantz (brother of Tobias), Mary Hutchinson, and all of their children that lived into adulthood: Benjamin Schantz, Jacob Arthur Schantz, Susanna Ann Schantz, Lydia Elizabeth Schantz, James Robert Shantz, Josiah Orphus Schantz, Christian Reid Shantz, William Andrew Schantz, George Washington Shantz and Walter Dickson Schantz. All members of the family are seen seated in front of a home, likely Christian's homestead in Wetaskiwin, Alta.

Schantz Russell Family

Schantz family.

Studio portrait of (left to right) Luella Jane, Mary, Homer LeRoy, Abram Shantz. The family later moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Schantz Russell Family

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