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Electrohome fonds.
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Senior personnel (file 3 of 4).

File consists of formal portraits and photographs of senior personnel. Includes photographs of Doug Wismer, H.H. LaPier, Gord Hemmings, Bob Flanagan, and six unidentified men. Contains duplicates of some photographs. File also includes a ms. memorandum.

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Electrohome antiques : photographs.

Four snapshots of Electrohome antiques provided by W.J. Fowley, A buyer in the appliance division. The images are of A 1944 radio phonograph and A Highgate S model combined television, radio, phonograph.

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Berlin foundry staff : photograph.

One photograph of staff at the Berlin foundry (later the Gies foundry). An accompanying note indicates that Alex Welker is present in the photograph and that it was at this foundry that he initially begAn working on his designs for his phonograph.

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Photographs.

Photographs created and accumulated by Electrohome Limited and its predecessors. Includes images of employees, products, facilities and manufacturing operations.

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Porto Vox leaflet.

A leaflet for Pollock-Welker porto vox. The porto vox was advertised as being for record demonstrating and eliminating the need for sound proof rooms.

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Phonola advertisement.

A reproduction of An advertisement from the Kitchener Manufacturer's Association Catalogue for Phonola.

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Grimes inverse duplex radio brochure.

A brochure for Grimes inverse duplex radios. Grimes was also located in Kitchener and merged with Pollock and Welker Ltd. in 1933 to become Dominion Electrohome.

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Electrohome plants brochure.

A brochure for Electrohome with A map of locations of plants and A description of what is made at each plant.

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Advertising.

Advertising materials created by Electrohome Limited and its predecessors. Includes promotional materials such as brochures as well as advice on sales tactics.

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