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Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's royal visit to Kitchener during the extended Ontario royal tour in 1973. Prince Philip accompanied the Queen. The negatives depict the royal couple at the Canadian National Railway (CNR) station in Kitchener boarding the royal train for the tour. Most of the negatives depict the Queen and Prince Philip waving from the back of the Caboose. The Krug Furniture factory in downtown Kitchener can be seen in the background.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives depicting Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's visit to Kitchener during the royal visit of Ontario in 1973. Negatives show scenes of the royal couple arriving at the Kitchener Canadian National Railway (CNR) station for their departure to London, Ontario. Included are shots of the Queen signing a guest book on stage as well as receiving gifts from the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo. The Concordia’s choir and the Dutch Boy Cadets are also seen singing and playing music during the event.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives depicting Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's visit to Kitchener, as well as the re-dedication ceremony of the Kitchener cenotaph, during the Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Scenes include the Queen greeting various dignitaries including the Kitchener mayor, archdeacons, reverends, and veterans. Also included are views of the surrounding area and gathered crowd, as well as the Oxlea Tower, the Kitchener's Farmers’ Market and panorama shots of the event.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives depicting Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip traveling to the Kitchener cenotaph during the Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Included are shots of the crowd along the route for the car cavalcade, the Oxlea Tower in downtown Kitchener and bagpipe players dressed in Scottish clothing.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, visiting Riverside Park in Cambridge on their Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Various dignitaries, including the mayor of Cambridge, welcomed the Queen an Prince. Includes scenes of the Queen signing a guest book and talking with the crowd gathered to see her. Also included are shots of the Queen greeting Louise Howell, who turned 100 years old on the day of the Queen's visit.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, exiting the royal train in Breslau on their Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Various dignitaries who greeted the couple as they joined the car cavalcade, leaving for Cambridge, are included in the shots along with views of the Breslau Hotel, the railway tracks and the crowds that gathered to catch a glimpse of the couple.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Woollen Mill employees

One group portrait of men and women employees of the George Pattinson Woollen Mill casually posed in several rows outside of a stone building. Two employees are sitting on top of the building with a flag and a blurry child is visible walking through frame at bottom left.

George Pattinson Woollen Mill

Little Long Lac.

File consists of forty photographs, primarily postcards, and one Christmas card, showing views of Little Long Lac, Geraldton, and surrounding areas. Shots include the gold mine, downtown Geraldton, school in Little Long Lac, Baxton's Point, the hospital, Little Long Lac bridge, Nipigon, a dog sled, the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, a bush fire, and more. Jane Urquhart was born in Little Long Lac where her parents moved in the early 1930's.

Urquhart, Jane

Album #1.

p. 1-4. Niagara Falls, Buena Vista. Snapshots featuring Norman C. Schneider and Hyalie MacDondald, interspersed with shots of Niaga Falls and the cable car. Other shots of the two men, J. M Schneider and others are taken at Buena Vista, J.M. Schneider's home. Several feature Norman and Hyalie with pipes. Carl Ahrens(?) is also in several shots.
p. 5. Pope Hartford automobile.
p. 6. Schneider family snapshots ca. 1934: Howie sick in bed with nurse, Edith knitting, Keffer family visit, winter play.
p. 8-9. Schneider & Ahrens families at the beach, ca. 1927.
p. 10-11. Norman with a group of boys posed in front of car; Norman, Edith and friends, posed in front of a car; garden arch in winter.
p. 12 Family group on an outing, Norman and Edith with Siegners?), Shupes(?). All dressed in coats and hats, some fur collars, split rail fence.
p. 13-17. family snapshots at 76 Schneider Ave: house and garden exterior, Victoria park in winter, Herb, Howie and Brita, ca. 1934, family group with Emma Siegner.
p. 18. Schneider's(?) girl's baseball team. Women wearing "sailor" pants with two rows of buttons.
p. 19. J.M. Schneider in his office.
p. 19. Family snapshots at 176 Schneider Ave: "Europa Ping Pong, fireplace, Norman and Howie.
p. 20. "The twins, Leonard and Lorraine Pickard."
p. 21. Edith and Little Pal (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 22-23. Winter fun at Freeport, ca. 1934: family with skis, boys on toboggan, posed in front of car.
p. 23. Norman Schneider on the Duchess of Bedford, 1931.
p. 24-25. Family snapshots, 1934: children at Schneider Ave. and at Freeport.
p. 24. Schneiders Christmas boxes? Group of men in front of a store with boxes labelled "Merry Xmas".
p. 26. Herbert and Howie with false noses; Norman in deck chair with blanket and book on the Duchess of Bedford, 1931 (lacking 1 of 3).
p. 27. Norman in front of Cologne Cathedral, Nov., 1934; J.M. Schneider in his office, Dec. 22, 1934.
p. 28-29. Christmas 1934: Christmas tree, presents, Herb, Howie and Brita; Victoria Park 1934: hockey; Mary Jane Keffer, 1933; children on skis (at Freeport?), with unidentified man; J.M. Schneider and Helena with children, J.M. and sister Mary Alles (ther are negatives for these, 2 snaps of 14 lacking).p. 30-33. Keffer family visit (9 of 10 lacking). Includes one shot inside the Keffer home in Germany.
p. 34. Schneider plant, Dec. 1934: plant machinery, shipping Wiltshire sides.
p. 25. Skiing: Chicopee?
p. 36. Freeport cottage: swimming pool (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 37. All photos missing (3), one labelled Lexington Airport picture.
p. 38. Ethel at Freeport Cottage: "Poison ivy day, 1934"; Ethel and Brita, Victoria Park.
p. 39 family skiing at Chicopee, 1934.
p. 40. Family snapshots at 76 Schneider Ave: exterior at dusk; Children seated with Lapsley, Joachimi ladies.
p. 41-42. Schneider Plant: exterior; machinery; men working in office; man with truck "Sam Humphrey, 100,000 miles, 1936"; pigs, cows on ramp; steam shovel digging hole.
p. 44-45. Family snapshots: Schneider and Siegner group snapshots on outings, 1935, Herbert, Howie and Brita in new clothes?; children playing in winter: group shots including four girls in winter coats and leggings, two of boys and toboggan.
p. 46. Children fishing at Freeport, 1935; Norman in a train window, 1934 (lacking 1 of 6).
p. 47. Norman at the Keffer's home in Germany (lacking 1 of 4).
p. 48-54. Skiing at Chicopee: landscape, ski tracks, posed skiiers, skiier jumping with spectators (lacking 3 of 31).
p. 55. Schneider children: birthday party, boys collecting plants.
p. 56-57. Freeport Cottage: children fishing, playing baseball, family group with F.H. Schneider & Siegner families. Includes a shot of Mary Jane Keffer?
p. 58-59. Church of the New Jerusalem, interior and exterior (lacking 3 of 12).
p. 60: Norman, Ethel and Children: group shot at Freeport cottage; spring blooms, men at unidentified property (Sims at Chicopee?). Two of these are groups seen in a gazing ball.
p. 66. Ski Hill at Chicopee (lacking 2 of 3).
p. 62-64. Skiers: groups and individuals, both at Chicopee and elsewhere? Includes one summer shot of men digging ski slope (lacking 1 of 15).
p. 65. Ivan Keffer: winter portrait at Freeport?; Howie missing tooth.
p. 67. Construction photos: men working, shot taken high up (lacking 2 of 4).
p. 71. Horse drawing logs, trees in winter at Freeport?
p. 72-73: Norman Schneider on skis (lacking 2 of 4).
p. 74. Skiers in woods.
p. 75. Skiers in front of fireplace, including Norman Schneider (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 76. Dining room interior (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 77. Little Pal (lacking 1 of 2).
p. 78-80. Schneider stock farm: buildings, creek, boys fishing, collie dog, large tree.
p. 80-82. Spring at 76 Schneider Ave: house exterior, Victoria park entrance and pavilion, daffodils, Howie and Herb with bicycles, Brita with roller skates, group shots of children.
p. 83. Brock Monument and Queenston Heights, May 9, 1937, statue of soldiers labelled "Erie, Pa".
p. 84. Skiiers on grass.
p. 84-85. Keffer family.
p. 85. Norman Schneider with a group: "Europa, 1936".
p. 86-87. Schneider stock farm: family group, boys with pony, cows and large tree.
p. 87. Group of young women, 1936, possibly Schneider employees. They are all dressed for cool weather.
p. 87. Ceremony at Victoria School grounds: platform with speaker, scouts seated in foreground.
p. 88-93. Men's fishing trips (lacking 2 of 21).
p. 94-96. Rotary flag-raising at Chicopee.
p. 97. Norman, F.H. Schneider and Rotary: group portrait with large house in background (Sims home?).
p. 98. Rotary flag raising at Chicopee, 1935.
p. 98-100. Men's shenanigans: men playing outside in costume.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings (ill) from an undated edition of the Waterloo Chronicle titled: "Schneider Retains Seat for Liberals; Miss Janzen Predicts New Election in 18 Months with P.C.'s Victorious." Includes table with vote counts for Janzen, Schneider, and Schroeder.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

One clipping of a photo with caption from an undated edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record regarding Norman C. Schneider's nomination as a Liberal candidate in the federal election: "NOMINATE CANDIDATE - Norman C. Schneider (left), MP for Waterloo North, was nominated candidate for the Liberal Party in the next federal election last night. Clark Murray (centre), MP for Oxford, was the guest speaker at the rally and G. Bruce McCullough (right), president of the Liberal association, was chairman."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping from an unidentified newspaper titled "Squeals of Delight Over Succulent Pig Tails at Knockers Club Feats" relating to Knockers Club annual pigtail feast in Ottawa.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings from an unidentified newspaper and an undated issue of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record relating to Norman C. Schneider's political career.

  • "Norman C. Schneider in Liberal Race," April 18, 1952 (ill.)
  • "Schneider Named Liberal Candidate; No Opposition" (ill.)

Caption from Record photo: "NOMINATE LIBERAL CANDIDATE - Norman Schneider (left) was nominated Liberal candidate in the May 26 by-election at a meeting last night in the Waterloo North Liberal Association. Left to right are Mr. Schneider, Justice Minister Garson, Bruce McCullough, president of the association, and Harold S. Wagner, secretary."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the June 7, 1952 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record: "GREET DEFENCE MINISTER - Henry A. Hosking, MP for Wellington South (left), of Guelph, and Norman C. Schneider, MP elect for Waterloo North, welcomed Defence Minister Claxton (right) when he landed at the Waterloo-Wellington airport yesterday after a flight from Ottawa. Behind Mr. Claxton is Russell Daly, Guelph, president of the Western Ontario Liberal Association."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from unidentified and undated newspaper: "SPEAKS IN WATERLOO - The prime minister [Louis St. Laurent] spoke from the City Hall steps in Waterloo this afternoon. Mayor Roberts (left) and N.C. Schneider, MP, are with him."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the March 20, 1953 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record: "RARE COMMONS PHOTO - For the first time in some years, the House of Commons at Ottawa had its picture taken yesterday afternoon. Arrow points to N.C. Schneider, MP for Waterloo North. Prime Minister S. Laurent (wearing glasses) is directly above the page's head (lower left). At his right is Trade Minister Howe and on his left is Agriculture Minister Gardiner. Directly across from the prime minister is George Drew, opposition leader. Speaker Ross Macdonald of Brantford is in the chair at centre."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from undated and unidentified newspaper: "PARADE BEGINS - Mr. Schneider and wife smile happily as the Liberal victory parade to Waterloo, St. Jacobs and Elmira begins. The motorcade disbanded at Elmira." File includes clipping of vote count results for Emel, Isley, Janzen and Schneider.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping titled "Baked Pig Tails, Plus Tall Tales Mingle at Knockers Club Fiesta" relating to 1954 event in Ottawa. Includes captioned photo by Newton: "At Pig Tail Dinner - Ottawa Knockers Club held its famous annual pig tail dinner at the [Chateau?] last night. Lining up for the delicacy are, left to right: Raymond Brunet, guest speaker of the evening; Controller Paul Tardif, George McIlraith, MP, with Norman Schneider, MP, doing the serving."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings relating to a performance by the Schneider Orpheus Male Choir for members of Parliament and Senate in Ottawa. Includes Kitchener-Waterloo Record news story and captioned photo clipping titled "Ottawa Hall Rings As K-W Choir Sings," by Richard Jackson.

Photo caption: "K-W GROUP ENTERTAINS PARLIAMENT - The 28-voice Schneider Orpheus Male Choir from Kitchener-Waterloo, currently on a tour of Ontario, is shown here as it entertained members of Parliament, the Senate and their wives at a special concert arranged by Norman C. Schneider, Liberal member for Waterloo North. Mr. Schneider is shown (right foreground) as he introduced the choral group. (Dominion-Wide)"

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of a captioned family portrait by Trussler from an unidentified and undated newspaper with the title "Every Waterloo North Candidate a Winner - If Vote is Counted Just in the Family."

Photo caption: "SCHNEIDER FAMILY CIRCLE - Norman Schneider, Liberal Candidate, poses with three generations of the family. Shown are (front, left to right) Gretchen Schneider, daughter of Herbert; Mrs. Howard Schneider, holding son, Gregory; Mrs. Norman Schneider, holding grandson, Michael, son of Herbert; Mr. Schneider, holding grand-daughter Nancy, daughter of Herbert; Eric Schneider, son of Herbert; (back) Howard George Schneider; Brita May and husband Robert White of Toronto; Mrs. Herbert (Betty) Schneider and her husband."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of article (ill.) titled "Waterloo North has long loved the Liberals," from the Saturday, March 30, 1963 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record. Includes photos of Ivan Bowman, Hugo Kranz, Joseph E. Seagram, Mike Weichel and Norman Schneider, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Billy Weichel, Senator Euler, and L.O. Breithaupt.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the June 26, 1964 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record concerning a tea sponsored by the North Waterloo Liberal Women's Association.

Caption from photo: "TEA AND POLITICS - Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Schneider, RR 1, Preston, listen to folk singers at a tea held in their garden yesterday sponsored by the North Waterloo Liberal Women's Association."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Unidentified group portrait.

Group portrait taken outside at the Sims home in Kitchener, Ont. Occasion not specified, possibly the visit by British Air Admiral Lord Trenchard.

Back row, left to right: Major Hal Ballantyne, A.E. Martin, Lieut. Ken Sims, Lieut. Norman C. Schneider.

Front row, left to right: Major Heather, Col. H.J. Sims Q.C., Lord Trenchard, British Air Admiral, Hon. W.D. Euler M.P., Louis Lang.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Mechanical Transport Class, Ottawa.

Formal group portrait of the Mechanical Transport Class taken outdoors in Ottawa. Subjects unidentified and posed between two trucks. Norman C. Schneider is seated in the front row, second from right.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

118th Battalion trooping the colours.

One postcard identified by Norman C. Schneider as the 118th Battalion in Victoria Park, Kitchener, Ont., 1916. Also in this image is a photographer with camera and tripod, preparing to take a picture. This postcard was sent to Floss Ahrens in Kansas City by E. Maude Garner and is stamped and postmarked Kitchener, Oct. 16, 1916.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

118th Battalion clippings.

Clipping of an article (ill.) from the October 4, 1966 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record titled "Memento of Kaiser bust given to Pioneer Village" and an undated clipping with caption: "The dunked bust of German emperor was salvaged from mud of Victoria Park lake."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Duke of Connaught reading reply to Mayor William Daum Euler's address.

One photograph printed on a postcard of the Duke of Connaught reading a reply to Mayor William Daum Euler's address during his visit to Berlin, Ontario on May 9, 1914. This photograph was found with Hervey Bowman's belongings. The photograph was originally housed in an envelope, which is included in the file.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowman, Hervey.

One head and shoulders studio portrait of Hervey Bowman, seen looking at camera and dressed in a suit and tie, that was found with his belongings.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowman, Hervey M. : home, 60 Church St., Kitchener.

Exterior view of Hervey Bowman's home located at 60 Church Street, Kitchener, Ontario by an unidentified photographer. The house is somewhat obscured by trees and an adult, possibly Hervey Bowman, is seen standing at left, behind a row of shrubs.

Schantz Russell Family

Bowman, Annie.

One head and shoulders studio portrait of Annie Bowman, seen looking at camera, that was found with Hervey Bowman's belongings.

Schantz Russell Family

Trip diary.

File consists of one trip diary kept by Florence Bray. The diary details trips to Europe (1926), California (1938 & 1939), New York and Atlantic City (1932), Virginia (1950), Florida (1930 & 1938), Scotland (1892), Gaspe (1946), Muskoka (1946). Also included in the diary are addresses of people met while on trips, a list of hotels stayed in and a fold out map of the United States and Mexico. The 1926 trip to Europe is of particular interest, with descriptions of major European cities and First World War battlefields.

Bray Family

Dominion tire management staff.

File consists of one photograph of the management staff of the Dominion Tire factory. Photograph was taken October 1913 at Essex Studio in Preston, Ontario.

Includes:

  • Anthes, John Isaac Franklin
  • Kabel, E.C.
  • Wellein, H.E.
  • Gerbig, Julius
  • Copland, R.Y.
  • Voelker, Ed
  • Wood, Dr
  • Gruenawald, William A.

Dominion Rubber Company

Schantz, Orpheus Moyer and family.

Studio portrait of Orpheus Moyer Schantz and Cornelia "Carrie" Flagler Schantz, with their daughter Ruth Schantz. Ruth is seen standing at centre with bow in hair arms on her parents' backs.

Schantz Russell Family

Schneider family : group at Southampton.

Informal group portrait taken at Southampton.

Seated back row: unidentified adult, unidentified adult, Floss Ahrens, unidentified adult, unidentified adult, Edith McPhail Ethel Schneider

Seated front row: Gord McPhail, Emma Anthes, unidentified adult, Lillian Daniels, unidentified adult, Herbert Schneider, Norm Schneider

  • Ahrens, Florence, 1891-1982
  • MacPhail, Edith Louise Schneider
  • Schneider, Ethel Lapsley, 1894-1988
  • MacPhail, Gord
  • Anthes, Emma
  • Daniels, Lilian
  • Schneider, Norman C.
  • Schneider, Herbert John Jr.

Schneider, J.M. family

Chicopee Ski Club.

Snapshot of women skiers at Chicopee Ski Club. Left to right: Unidentified, Dorothy Meyer, Kay Simpson, Unidentified.

Schneider, J.M. family

Schneider, J.M. and Norman C.

Three copies of a studio portrait of J.M. Schneider with son Norman. Norman is seen with elbow on J.M's left shoulder with ringlets in his hair, wearing a plaid garment with a collar and bow.

Schneider, J.M. family

Lapsley, Ethel and Maud.

Studio portrait of Ethel and Maude Lapsley seen looking slightly off camera. Both are dressed in tartan dresses and Maude is holding a book.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens family.

Studio portrait of the Ahrens sisters seen standing and seated in front of a decorative backdrop.

Back row, left to right: Carrie, Laura, Emma.

Middle row, left to right: Helena, Louise, Minnie.

Front row: Mary.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens, Charles August and family.

Photograph of Charles August Ahrens and family in front of their first home on Courtland Ave. in what was then Berlin, Ontario.

Left to right: Charles August Ahrens, his wife Emma, children Lottie and Fred, and Martin Nagel.

Schneider, J.M. family

Schneider, J.M.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of J.M. Schneider seen in partial profile looking off camera.

Schneider, J.M. family

Shorewood Cottage, Honey Harbour, Ont.

One photograph of the Schneider family seated in a cottage interior with lamps lit.

Left to right: Norman C. Schneider, Ethel Schneider with Howard, Herbert Schneider, Frederick P. Schneider, Jean May Schneider.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Victoria Park.

Photograph of Victoria Park with view of the tree lined lake and the bust of Kaiser Wilhelm I.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Zeller, Walter.

Studio portrait of Walter Zeller seen looking off camera, dressed in suit and tie.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Pope Hartford car : Schneider family vehicle.

Four photographs and one news story about the Schneider family's Pope Hartford car. One photograph shows Norman and Fred Schneider, Alf Gofton, Walter Zeller and Carl Ahrens in the car, with Norman Schneider's note : "Our first car, a fifth hand Pope-Hartford". One shot shows Freeport Bridge in background.

Schneider, J.M. family

Filling the ice house.

One modern print of a photograph taken by Norman Schneider ca. 1910. The photograph shows the exterior of the "Ice House" with a horse-drawn ice wagon being loaded with ice by three unidentified people.

Schneider, J.M. family

Chicopee Ski Club.

Group portrait of (left to right) Norman C. Schneider, Honorable George Kerr, James Kerr and Stephen Pequegnat taken at the formal opening of the Chicopee ski chalet.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

The Dutch Company at Limberlost, Huntsville.

Snapshot of a group of skiers from Kitchener-Waterloo known as "The Dutch Company" at Limberlost, Huntsville. The group (from left to right) includes Gordon Hill, Clare Duffus, Phil Breithaupt, John Halliwell, Dr. Jim Boyd, Dr. Harry Lackner, Jake Baetz

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Chicopee Ski Club.

Snapshot of skier, possibly Norman C. Schneider, after jumping off of the tree lined Chicopee ski jump as other skiers look on.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Little Pal.

Snapshots taken at the Schneider family's 76 Schneider Ave. home in Kitchener, Ontario featuring members of the family holding a Boston Terrier named "Little Pal".

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Kitchener-Waterloo Rotary Club.

Unidentified group portrait of past presidents of the Kitchener-Waterloo Rotary Club dated June, 1982. Norman C. Schneider is in the front row, second from left.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Gofton, Alf and Charlotte Braun.

Snapshots showing Alf Gofton and Charlotte Braun on their wedding day. Includes Ethel (Lapsley) Schneider as bridesmaid or matron of honour and Norman C. Schneider.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Freeport : Highwood.

Four snapshots of Norman C. Schneider's home at Freeport, Ontario, taken from the start of construction in 1949 to completion. Note on one snapshot: "Moved in 10/7/1950".

Schneider, Norman Christoph

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