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Schneider, J.M. family
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Schneider family collection

Fonds consists of material relating to descendants of Johann Christoph and Anna Elizabeth Schneider, their families, friends and activities. It also contains genealogical information about the Schneider and Ahrens family origins in Germany and relatives there. Includes clippings, correspondence, ephemera, films, manuscripts, photographs, slides, etc.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens family.

Series consists of material relating to the Charles A. Ahrens family, primarily photographs, genealogical and biographical information.

Schneider, J.M. family

The Ahrens story

One binder of photocopies, including some original snapshots and clippings in adhesive pages, consisting of The Ahrens story / compiled by Mary C. Shantz. Includes information about relationships and friendships between the Ahrens and Schneider families. Includes 4 snapshots of and a obituary for Floss Ahrens. This binder was owned by Herbert J. Schneider.

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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.

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Ahrens family home.

One photograph of the Ahrens family home at the corner of Benton St. and Courtland Ave. while under construction. Two unidentified people are standing next to the house with piles of wood and debris visible in the foreground.

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Ahrens family.

One studio group portrait of the Ahrens family. File also includes typed identifications, a list of addresses for Ahrens family members, and an envelope that reads: "Grandfather Charles Andrew Ahrens and family. The only picture including grandmother Charlotte (Roth) Ahrens."

Identifications in photo:

Back row, left to right: Henry J. Ahrens, Helena Ahrens (Mrs. J.M. Schneider), Charles August Ahrens, Wilhelmine A. "Minnie" Ahrens (Mrs. Ferdinand Von Ende), Caroline Ahrens, Albert Ahrens.

Middle row, left to right: Emma Ahrens, Charles Andrew Ahrens, Henrietta Charlotte Ahrens (née Roth), Louise Ahrens.

Front row, left to right: Laura Ahrens (Mrs. Geo. Hachborn), Mary Charlotte Ahrens (Mrs. Harry Halliwell, born July 26, 1876), Herman Ahrens.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens family.

One photograph. Includes identifications as follows:
Back row, left to right: Carrie Ahrens (unmarried), Louise Ahrens (unmarried), Emma Ahrens (unmarried), Charles August Ahrens (married Emma Hirshey), Henry Ahrens.

Middle row, left to right: Albert Ahrens, Helena Ahrens (Norman C. Schneider's mother).

Front row, left to right: Minnie Ahrens (oldest, married F. VonEnde), Laura/Lolie Ahrens (married Geo. Hachborn), Charles Andrew Ahrens, Mary Ahrens (married Harry Hallliwell), Herman Ahrens.

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Ahrens family.

Group portrait of the Ahrens family taken outside in front of the Ahrens family home on the corner of Benton and Courtland Streets. Three bicycles lay in front of the group and one of the children is seated on a tricycle. Includes two pages of handwritten identifications. Verso of photograph also includes partial identifications and notes about the relationship of people to the family.

Back Row, left to right: George Hachborn, Carey[sic] Ahrens (spinster), Albert Ahrens, Fred Ahrens (boy), Louise Ahrens (spinster), Herman Ahrens, Charles August Ahrens, Charles Schneider (boy), Henry Ahrens, Mary Ahrens Halliwell.

Middle row, left to right: Helena A. Schneider, Laura A. Hachborn (Aunt Loli), Margaret Hachborn (Koenig), John Metz Schneider, Ferdinand Von Ende, Minnie A. Von Ende, Charles Andrew Ahrens, Emma Ahrens (single), Mrs. Charles (Emma) Ahrens, Carl Ahrens (child), Carolyn Seiler Ahrens (wife of Henry), Floss Ahrens (on tricycle).

Front row, left to right: Fred H. Schneider, Emma Schneider, Herbert Schneider, Norman C. Schneider, Walter Ahrens, Lottie Shupe, Mabel Ahrens Picard [sic], George Ahrens.

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Ahrens family.

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

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

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

Front row: Mary.

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Ahrens, Florence.

Carbon correspondence relating to the care of Florence Ahrens at Central Park Lodge and the condition of her health. Includes list of nurses who cared for Ahrens, personal account information and two obituaries.

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Ahrens, Florence : family.

Envelope of snapshots labelled "Miss Ahrens". The photographs include: Mabel and Bill Picard wedding (4 snapshots, Mabel and Bill Pickard, Norman Schneider, Florence Ahrens); Emma Ahrens and Walter Siegner wedding,1920 (2 snapshots); "Mac" Macdonald and Edith Ahrens wedding (1 snapshot); Ahrens cottage at Grand Bend called "Berlin" (1 snapshot); Church of the Good Shepherd interior (1 snapshot); grape farm near St. David's (2 snapshots); many unidentified friends (15 snapshots); Hebert J. Schneider (1 snapshot). The negatives are of an unidentified golfer and an unidentified family group.

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Ahrens, Florence : family.

Second envelope of snapshots labelled "Miss Ahrens" containing 35 snapshots from ca. 1900-1920. They include: beach pictures (Grand Bend and/or Southampton); ladies in swimming in hats; St. Luke's diet kitchen; women in fashionable clothing; and Charles and Emma Ahrens, including their 35th wedding anniversary, Sept. 21, 1917 (7 snapshots).

Ahrens, Florence Louisa

Ahrens family.

Biographical article by Ernie Ronnenberg published in the November 21, 1975 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record titled "Charles A. Ahrens founded a Berlin shoe firm in 1882".

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Birches cabin.

Photograph of the front exterior of a cabin at The Birches with a cluster of birch trees at left.

Schneider, J.M. family

Birches cabin.

Photograph of the front exterior of a cabin at The Birches with a sun room of the side and awning over the door, and cluster of birch trees at left.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens, Florence.

One photograph belonging to Florence Ahrens consisting of a group portrait of children taken outdoors. The only one identified is Ethel Lapsley, later the wife of Norman C. Schneider.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens, Henrietta Charlotte: birthplace in Germany.

Six photographs and one postcard from Anna Evers, Eschwege, Germany. One is a photograph of the birthplace of Henrietta Charlotte Roth, who married Charles Andrew Ahrens (2 copies). Her daughter Helena married J.M. Schneider. A postcard depicts the town of Eschwege and also included is an Evers family wedding photograph. Two snapshots of the Roth home show the plaque with the date 1835 and the name Carl Roth. Also included is a postcard of Reichensachsen, near Eschwege.

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Ahrens, Alfred.

Full body studio portrait of Alfred Ahrens looking at camera while casually seated on a fabric covered stool with left hand in jacket pocket.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens Pottery.

Clippings, correspondence, manuscript notes related to Ahrens Pottery in Paris, Ontario.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens Shoe Co. staff.

One group portrait of Ahrens Shoe Co. staff taken outside at the factory on Queen St. S., Berlin, Ont. Includes 28 people, men and women, some holding shoes. There are also shoes displayed in front of the group. The three men in the centre of the front row are identified as Henry Ahrens, Mr. Bornhold, and Charles Ahrens. The boy on the end is identified as Fred Ahrens.

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Ahrens, Aunt.

Head and torso studio portrait of an unidentified Ahrens family member seen looking off camera, seated next to a table, with left hand on top of closed book.

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Ahrens, Carl.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Carl Ahrens seen looking at camera and dressed in collared shirt and tie.

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Ahrens, Charles Andrew.

A memorial card for Charles Andrew Ahrens dated Aug. 21, 1903, a list of the names and birth dates of Charles Andrew and wife Henrietta's children, and letter from Charles Andrew to his daughter Wilhemina on her 21st birthday dated April 29, 1876. Also in the file is a clipping of an obituary for Charles August Ahrens.

Schneider, J.M. family

Ahrens, Charles Andrew.

Two studio portraits of Charles Andrew Ahrens, seen in formal dress with hands crossed at abdomen. One is an upper body portrait, and the other is a head and shoulders crop of the same photo.

Schneider, J.M. family

Schneider, Howard G.

Series consists of material relating to the career and family life of Howard G. Schneider. Includes clippings, ephemera and photographs.

Schneider, J.M. family

Schneider, Pamela clippings.

Clippings regarding Pamela Schneider. One is dated October 1982 and the other, regarding her wedding to Steven Sittler, is dated September 22, 1984.

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Schneider, Norman C.

Series consists of material relating to the life and career of Norman C. Schneider, his personal and business interests and activities, as well as material relating to his wife Ethel (Lapsley) Schneider. Includes photographs and some documents relating to the 118th batallion, speeches, and presentations, awards and certificates, correspondence, ephemera, photographs, and other material.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schneider, Norman C. : Military Service

Series consists of material relating to Norman C. Schneider's military service in WWI, which included the 108th Battalion, 118th Battalion and the Mechanical Transport school of Instruction. Includes clippings, commissions, correspondence, ephemera, permits, negatives and photographs.

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

Canadian Army training manuals.

Three training manuals owned by Norman C. Schneider:
1. Canadian Army Service Corps training (1914);
2. The Guide: a manual for the Canadian Militia . . . by Major General Sir William D. Otter (1914);
3. Rifle and musketry exercises for the Ross rifle (1915);
4. The Canadian Soldier's Manual for French and German (1915).

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Canadian Legion correspondence.

Correspondence to Norman C. Schneider in 1933 regarding Legion mortgage. Also includes a list of 118th Battalion members attending a reunion in 1955.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schneider, Norman C. commission as Lieutenant.

Document signed by Sam Hughes and the Duke of Devonshire appointing Norman C. Schneider as Lieutenant as of June 18, 1915, and dated April 10, 1916. It is addressed to Norman Christopher[sic] Schneider, Gentleman, 108th Regiment.

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Schneider, Norman C. : personal papers.

Consists of material relating to Norman C. Schneider's involvement in the military during First World War. Includes correspondence, certificates and official forms. Also includes two permits to leave Canada.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

108th Battalion officers training class.

One group portrait of the 108th officers training class taken outside.

Back row, left to right: Sergeant Major Kreutzer, Reinhold Lang, Lionel Washburn, Carl Heinrich, Dr. Rittinger, Mr. Wier, Frank Rooney, Col. Bowman, Hugo Bingham.

Middle row, left to right: Fred Davies, Norman Schneider, Solon Albright, Harry Halliwell, Brown, Hallman, McKelvie.

Front row, left to right: Al Pernfuss, E. Woolner, Harry Porteous, Russell, Leo Leyes, J. Harold Smyth.

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Schneider, Norman C. snapshots.

One snapshot showing, left to right, Emma, Margaret, Basil Gilbert, Norman C. Schneider. Informal group shot, taken outdoors, possibly a picnic. The men are in uniform, holding car seats.

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Schneider, Norman C. snapshots.

Informal group portrait taken outdoors.

Left to right: Norman C. Schneider in uniform and holding dog, Ethel Lapsley, Carl Heimrich, Margaret, Emma Schneider, Basil Gilbert.

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Schneider, Norman C. snapshots.

128 snapshots, some with identifications. Contains Norman C. Schneider's photos of 1916 "118th Battalion" such as interior photos of barracks at Berlin (Kitchener), Ottawa, tents at Camp Borden; the Schneider family home "Buena Vista" with John Metz out front in two of the photos; picnics with friends, Gatineau River, plane crashes, A nice catch of fish.

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Schneider, Norman C. snapshots.

Snapshots of military training with no identifications as to unit or location. Includes "Moving Day", "Shutter affected by gunfire, 16 pounder", rifle range, tents and tent moving, group portrait possibly of the 118th Battalion.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Unidentified group portrait.

Group portrait taken outside at the Sims home (note in scrapbook), 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.

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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

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.

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Schneider, Norman C.

Studio portrait of Norman C. Schneider in uniform. Note in scrapbook: "NCS. 118th Battalion".

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schneider, Norman C. : Political Career

Series consists of material relating to Norman C. Schneider's activities as a Liberal M.P. Includes clippings, correspondence, ephemera, photographs, scrapbooks, speeches, etc.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Liberal men's meeting.

Two copies of a photograph of the podium at an unidentified Liberal Men's meeting. Left to right, seated: Albert Smith, Duff Wilson, Bryce [McCullough?], Norman C. Schneider, 2 unidentified men. The speaker is identified as possibly Paul Martin Sr.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

NATO Parliamentary Association Conference.

Group portrait taken at the NATO Parliamentary Association Conference at Palais de Chaillot in Paris, France November 11-16, 1957. Left to right: Roland English, George E. Nixon, Robert McGregor, John C. Pallett, Norman C. Schneider.

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Schneider, Norman C. and Ethel.

Snapshots of Norman and Ethel Schneider shaking hands in a crowd, receiving flowers, riding in a car, reading election tapes, checking tallies, crowd at Crystal Ballroom.

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Schneider, Norman C. at "Knockers Club" dinner.

Photograph taken in Ottawa on December 11, 1952 of Norman C. Schneider with four other men wearing "Knockers Club" aprons. Left to right: Charles Henry, M.P., Rosedale, Toronto, Norman C. Schneider, M.P., Waterloo North, Cliff Cummings, President, Knockers Club, Ottawa, George A. Drew, M.P., Carleton, George McIlwraith, M.P., Ottawa West.

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Schneider, Norman C. laying cornerstone.

Norman C. Schneider laying cornerstone of the new Federal Building for the Department of National Revenue on Frederick St. in Kitchener, Ontario on August 15, 1957. Note in scrapbook by Norman C. Schneider: Additional picture and my speech is 10 pages farther in this book, Aug. 19, 1957.

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Schneider, Norman C. with Lester B. Pearson.

Photograph of a group of men taken during a visit to Kitchener-Waterloo by Lester B. Pearson. Seated, at left are Bruce E. Weber and Stanley Leavine. Seated, fourth and fifth from left are Lester B. Pearson and Norman C. Schneider. Photographer: Evening Citizen, Ottawa, Ont.

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50th Anniversary speech.

Consists of Norman C. Schneider's remarks (manuscript, original) to the family on May 20, 1975 at the Charcoal Steak House on the occasion of his 50th wedding anniversary. It includes reminiscences about his family's history: the J.M Schneider home on Courtland Ave., births known as "Lantern night" with family members moving between four homes in a row bringing lanterns and hot water. Also includes a brief background on Ethel Schneider's family and how she came to live next door to Norman's family.

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