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Diary : 1920-1923.

School exercise book filled with diary entries from Oct. 30, 1920 to April 1, 1923 written by Dorothy Russell recording her life at the normal school in Toronto, Ont. and the beginning of her teaching career in Kitchener, Ont.

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Notebook : movies, plays and concerts.

A promotional notebook published in 1912 by the Alaska Feather & Down Co., Montreal, used by Dorothy Russell to record movies, plays and concerts she attended in Kitchener, Ont., Toronto, Sarnia, Chatham and Chicago, 1921-1928. Included are the names of actors and actresses, the theatre and the date.

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Bowman family.

Photographs of Hervey Bowman, a house on Church St., Kitchener, and a house on Roland St., Kitchener. Note that the photographs were found with correspondence between Franklin Abram Schantz and Franklin Bowman regarding Hervey Bowman's death.

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Ephemera : business cards, external.

Ten business cards collected by Orpheus Moyer Schantz. Businesses include: McLean Armature Works, Chicago ; C.S. Allen family pharmacist, Chicago (business card opens to reveal price list) ; Hathaway, Soule & Harrington, Chicago (advertisement for new fall and winter men's shoes) ; The Butterick Publishing Co. Ltd., Chicago ; Alex M. Rivenburg, D.D.S., Chicago ; Chinese and Japanese Store, Chicago ; The Northern Trust Company Bank, Chicago (with timecard from Chicago to Wilmette on verso) ; J.H. Kelley, agent for O.R. Gilbert & Co., Taxidermy and Furs, Council Bluffs, Iowa ; Blair Union Christian Endeavour Society, annotated by Carrie Belle Blaschke (unfolds to show listing of lectures for the season) ; C.F. Steckleberg, Music Teacher and Soloist, Council Bluff, Iowa. Of interest to note is that C.F. Steckleberg was head of the violin department at University of Nebraska School of Music.

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Ephemera : business cards, internal.

Two business cards of Orpheus Moyer Schantz from when he was employed by Carson, Pirie & Company (now Carson, Pirie, Scott & Company). One card is professionally printed and shows the company's office, the other has been hand lettered on a small piece of painted canvas. In 1890 the company became Carson, Pirie & Scott, and in 1904 they moved to the landmark Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building. Now called Carson's, the company continues to be an important Chicago business.

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Ephemera : visiting cards.

Five hand lettered visiting cards of Jennie Moyer, Edmund Warren Moyer, Austin Schantz, and Orpheus Moyer Schantz and F.J. Ottmax. The cards of Edmund and Jennie list them as living at 3823 Langley Ave., Chicago. The card of Orpheus and F.J. Ottmax is inscribed "A Happy New Year 1889."

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Ephemera : Wild Flower Preservation Society.

Five identical decal prints from the Wild Flower Preservation Society: Illinois Chapter. The decals say "Enjoy-Do Not Destroy" around the edge and the middle shows a drawing of pink blossoms. The Wild Flower Preservation Society was a branch of the Illinois Audubon Society of which Orpheus Schantz was a board member.

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Property : Edmonton.

Material related to Franklin Abram Schantz's land SW 3 30-5-5 near Edmonton, Alberta, primarily tax notices and tax receipts.

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Schantz, Austin : Colorado.

Snapshots taken between 1917 and 1942 of Austin Schantz and his life in Colorado. The photographs are largely unidentified, although some identifications are present. Includes images of Denver, Colorado during a snowstorm ; Colorado mountains and landscapes ; mining operations ; Christmas and New Years decorations ; animals ; buildings, ; Arthur Schantz at his cabin and holding fish ; as well as unidentified others.

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Schantz, Christian and family.

One photograph of Christian Schantz, his wife Hannah (nee Paul), five of their children and two dogs in front of their homestead south of Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Excellent photograph of early homestead life. Identification from verso.

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Schantz family.

One photograph of the Schantz family taken in front of the Schantz home at 43 Schneider Avenue in Kitchener, Ontario. Left to right: Walter Spelman (holding Dorothy Spelman), Ruth Schantz (with Walter Bishop Spelman and Margery Ruth Spelman), Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Carrie Flagler Schantz, Sophie Schantz, Florence Schantz, Mary Moyer Schantz, Dorothy White, Worth Schantz.

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer and Ruth.

One cyanotype photograph of Orpheus Moyer Schantz and daughter Ruth Schantz. Orpheus is seated on a swing out front of their home at Morton Park while Ruth stands in front of him. Identification from verso.

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer : home.

A photograph of Orpheus Moyer Schantz's home at 4215 West 24th St., Cicero, Illinois. Carrie Flagler Schantz and Ruth Schantz are shown on the porch while Worth Schantz plays on the lawn. Home is no longer standing. Photograph has been hand coloured.

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Schantz, Sophie.

One photograph of Sophie Schantz with her kindergarten class in Chicago. Sophie moved to Chicago to attend the Froebel Association. Identification from verso.

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Welden Combination : staff.

One image of the employees of Welden Combination of Iowa Falls, Iowa. Identified on the verso are: William Welden (Proprietor & Manager), S.H. Welden (Travelling Salesman), J.L. Welden (Shipping Clerk), Robert Wright, Jr. (Manager Clothing Department), E.R. Stewart (Assistant Manager Clothing Department), Aaron McDonell (Manager Grocery Department), Clint McDonell (Delivery-man), Orpheus Moyer Schantz (Manager Dry Goods Department), Kate Griswold (Stenographer and Typewriter), O.J. Lawson (Fashionable Cutter), J.H. Flemming (Journeyman Coatmaker), George Schade (Pants Maker).

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White, Dorothy : Port Elgin.

Six negatives showing the Schantz-Russell family at Port Elgin. They are shown picnicking, with a catch of fish, and posing in the wilderness. Identification from enclosure.

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White, Dorothy.

237 slides of photographs taken by Dorothy White. Originally organized into subjects, they do not necessarily correspond with what is shown on the images. Subjects include: Downtown Kitchener, Kitchener City Hall (interior and exterior), Oktoberfest parade, construction on King St., Rockway Gardens, images of Waterloo region, 1959 Loblaws fire, Christmas lights downtown Kitchener, Kitchener trollybusses, Conestogo Parkway, Blair's Sheave Tower, Victoria Park, Queen Elizabeth's visit to Kitchener, Bridgeport Mills, Waterloo Pioneers Memorial Tower.

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White, Dorothy with Anna Moyer and unidentified woman.

One snapshot photograph of an unidentified woman with Dorothy White and Anna Moyer at Victoria Park, Kitchener. The women are shown standing in front of the water and the photograph is in a large paper frame with a pipe cleaner for hanging. The frame reads "With best wishes: Days of the year" in an Eastern style font. Location identified from verso.

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Alma St. Church meeting.

Group portrait possibly of a meeting of officials of the of Alma Street United Brethren in Christ Church taken outside. Identified on the verso are Rev. S.H. Swartz (centre in front of doors), President Bangs of Huntington College Indiana (front row, 3rd from right), Rev. Stanton, Lautenschlager, Rev. Howe, and Rev. Burton.

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Crossley and Hunter.

Studio portrait of evangelists Hugh Crossley and John Hunter. Crossley is seen with legs crossed, looking off camera and paper in left hand. Hunter is seated on the arm of a chair next to him with right arm propped on Crossley's shoulder, looking at camera.

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Eby, Glenn Earl.

Full body studio portrait of Glenn Earl Eby, seen as a small child, standing on a chair, wearing a long gown with lace.

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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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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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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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Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

Three identical group portraits of the attendees of the golden wedding anniversary of Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsberger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

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Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

One group portrait of some attendees of the golden wedding anniversary celebrations for Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsberger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

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Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

Three identical group portraits of the attendees of the golden wedding anniversary of Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsperger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

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Kolb children.

Studio portrait of Grace Evelyn Kolb, aged 8 years, 8 days, seated, holding Raymond Oliver Kolb, aged 1 year on lap. Evelyn is seen with has large ribbons in her hair and Raymond is holding a sprig of greenery.

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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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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, 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 family : Christmas dinner.

One group portrait showing the Moyer having Christmas dinner at Levi Nash Moyer's home in Wilmette, Illinois. From right to left are shown Etta Moyer, Jennie Moyer, Levi Nash Moyer, Charlotte Hays Moyer, unknown, Ela Moyer, unknown, unknown, and Emma Bliss Moyer. Identification from verso.

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Moyer family : Christmas dinner.

One group portrait showing the Moyer family having Christmas dinner at Levi Nash Moyer's home in Wilmette, Illinois. From right to left are shown Etta Moyer, Jennie Moyer, Levi Nash Moyer, Charlotte Hays Moyer, unknown, Ela Moyer, unknown, unknown, and Emma Bliss Moyer.

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Moyer, Samuel and family.

One group studio portrait of Samuel Moyer and Emma Bliss Moyer with their children Ela Bliss Moyer (standing right), Robert B. Moyer (standing left) and Louise Moyer.

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