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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

Familienbriefe: 1985-1987.

  • SCA344-GA393-19
  • File
  • November 22, 1979-June 8, 1996, predominant 1985-1987
  • Part of Sommer family fonds.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters sent between Gisela Sommer and Ulrich Sommer that were written while Gisela visited her parents in Germany. Of special interest is a letter by Ulrich to Gisela that describes his experience attending Barker Fairley’s birthday celebration at University College in Toronto, Ontario on May 21, 1986. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, funeral invitations, and photographs of family members.

809 Wellington Street property.

File consists of material relating to the property at 809 Wellington Street in Kitchener, ON; a zone change application and the potential purchase of parts of the property by Northport Landing (Waterloo, ON); and the purchase of parts of the property by First Gulf Development Corporation (Mississauga, ON).

Includes correspondence and memoranda, ms. notes, maps and folded site plans (and some photocopies of same), photocopies of extracts of zoning by-laws, copies of forms, a draft purchase agreement, and other material. Plans depict part 2 of lot 32 and 34, reg. plan 763, reference plan 58R-3130, in the City of Kitchener.

Electrohome

Northport Landing : Wellington Street parking lot : development proposal.

File consists of material relating to proposals from Northport Landing (Cambridge, ON) to develop parts of the Electrohome property at 809 Wellington Street in Kitchener, ON. Includes correspondence, memoranda, ms. notes, two proposals by Northport Landing, and a preliminary site plan (folded) for part 2 of lot 32, 33, and 34, reg. plan 763, reference plan 58R-3130 in the City of Kitchener.

Electrohome

Photographs : album 1.

  • SCA207-GA186-19-626
  • File
  • [195-]-[199-], predominant [195-]-[196-]
  • Part of Electrohome fonds.

File consists of photographs orignally in an album created to illustrate the history of CAP Communications and CKCO-TV. Subjects of photographs include: television production equipment and facilities, television personalities on set, special events (including a visit from Pierre Elliott Trudeau in 1968, the extension of highway 401 to Kitchener ca. 1960, and the Queen's visit to Kitchener in 1959), and studio technicians at work. Some photographs include identification on verso and some include typed captions.

Electrohome

Photographs : album 3.

File consists of photographs originally in an album created to illustrate the history of CAP Communications and CKCO-TV. Subjects of photographs include: television personalities on set, stills from television programs, and technicians at work. Some photographs include identification on verso and some pages in the photo album were blank.

Electrohome

Photographs : Carl A. Pollock at CKCO-TV channel launches.

File consists of twelve photographs taken at the launches of CKCO-TV Channel 2 (Georgian Bay), Channel 42 (Chatham-Sarnia), and Channel 11 (Huntsville). Photographs depict Carl A. Pollock speaking and shaking hands with people. File contains duplicate photographs.

Electrohome

Photographs : CKCO-TV (file 1 of 2).

File consists of photographs and snapshots of CKCO-TV buildings and production facilities, television personalities and stills from programs, technicians at work, and special events. Includes snapshots of the CKCO-TV crew on location at the 1988 Olympics (Calgary, AB) and the 1978 Oktoberfest parade (Kitchener, ON), stills from the set of Big Al's Cartoon Capers and Romper Room, and the transmission tower on Baden Hill.

Electrohome

Album : snapshots.

File consists of one album of snapshots created and accumulated by Gerald Hagey. Includes snapshots of his time at Waterloo College, vacations to Port Burwell and Niagara Falls, and more. Snapshots have been removed from album whenever possible and are now in File 4b.

Hagey, Joseph Gerald

Photograph album.

File consists of one photograph album (some photos have been removed) showing photographs of Kay Rex, friends and family at school, on vacation, and at home. Also includes photographs of Niagara Falls, Dublin, and Paris (Ontario) and of a float plane.

Rex, Kay

Rex, Kay.

File consists of six photographs of Kay Rex from a photograph shoot for her book. Also includes a sheet of contact prints and two negatives.

Rex, Kay

R. Forbes & Co. Ltd. film

  • SCA316-GA352
  • Fonds
  • [191-]

File consists of one film reel showing the exterior and operations of the R. Forbes Co. woollen mill in Hespeler (Cambridge), Ontario. The mill would later become the Dominion Woollen and Worsted Mill.

R. Forbes & Co. Ltd.

Revisions.

File consists of two architectural drawings showing revisions to original plans of the YWCA for the second floor, ground floor kitchen, basement, and third floor laundry. Plans are by architectural firm Barnett, Rieder and Hymmen.

Young Women's Christian Association of Kitchener-Waterloo

Canadian Consolidated Rubber buildings.

File consists of a leather bound photograph album of buildings owned by the Canadian Consolidated Rubber Company. The photographs are mounted in linen and include images of: Dominion Tire, Berlin [Kitchener]; The Kimmel Felt Co. Limited, Berlin [Kitchener]; Berlin Felt Boot Co. Limited, Berlin [Kitchener]; The Elmira Felt Co. Limited, Elmira; The Canadian Rubber Company of Montreal Limited, Montreal; The Granby Rubber Company Limited, Granby; The Maple Leaf Rubber Company Limited, Port Dalhousie; The Merchant's Rubber Company Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
*Dominion Rubber Company Limited. St. Jerome.

Dominion Rubber Company

Dominion Tire plant.

File consists of one photograph of the Dominion Tire factory on Strange Street in Kitchener from the train tracks. Shows original building as well as first additions and parking lot.

Dominion Rubber Company

Dominion Rubber Company Ltd. Dominion Tire Factory Rubber Machinery Shop Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

File consists of one fire insurance plan of Dominion Rubber Company Ltd. Dominion Tire Factory and Rubber Machinery Shop. Plan was originally surveyed by Johnson and Higgins, N.Y. June 18, 1926 and was revised September 25, 1930. Plan also includes architectural details about the buildings.

Dominion Rubber Company

Dominion Tire blueprints.

File consists of one blueprint for the Dominion Tire factory on Strange Street in Kitchener. Blueprint shows the front and side elevations. Design by Albert Kahn, architects.

Dominion Rubber Company

Dominion Tire powerhouse blueprints.

File consists of one blueprint for the powerhouse for the Dominion Tire factory on Strange Street in Kitchener. Blueprint shows the front elevation and floor plan. Design by Albert Kahn, architects.

Dominion Rubber Company

Peter McArthur log house : Doon Pioneer Village.

Five images of the Peter McArthur log house at Doon Pioneer Village (now Doon Heritage Crossroads) in Kitchener, Ont. Caption on the verso of the image used in the book states "Peter McArthur's log house now in the Pioneer Village, near Doon. Note overhang on both sides which is a very rare type of construction". Also includes a handwritten note regarding the building.

Rempel, John I.

Waterloo County log school house.

One image of the first school house in Waterloo, built in 1820. Mis-identified in the book as located in the Pioneer Village at Doon, actually located in Waterloo Park.

Rempel, John I.

Pinkney house, Cooksville Ont.

One image of the demolition of the Pinkney house, built ca. 1824 and demolished ca. 1955, which was situated between Cooksville and Dixie in the Toronto area.

Rempel, John I.

Grace Church, Markham : demolition.

Seven images of the demolition of Grace Church, Markham. One of the images is not included in Rempel's book. Six photographs have notes on the verso that say "St. Agnes - demolished" and one photograph has a note on the verso that says "Markham Church in process of demolition".

Rempel, John I.

Summerville house : cut fieldstone.

One image of a house near Summerville, built ca. 1850, identified on the verso as "near Summerville Blacksmith's home". Rempel uses it as an example of cut fieldstone.

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 9 : unidentified log house.

One image of an unidentified log house. A caption pasted below the photograph reads: "Near Beaverton. Better spacing of ceiling joists. Note also the V-notch to hold the ceiling joists in place. See also Pl. II."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 10 : Penetanguishene log house.

One image of a log house from Penetanguishene. There is a caption pasted below the photograph that reads: "Penetanguishene. Door about 3' 6" x 5' 8". Note similarity of window sash with No. 1."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 50 : Stong farm, Edgeley, Ont. : chicken house.

One image of a chicken house on the D. Stong farm, ca. 1816. Includes a caption pasted below the print that reads: "This was the original log house on the farm. It contained two rooms with a trap door to the cellar. It was later moved to its present location and converted into a chicken house. See Plate XI."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 51 : Stong farm, Edgeley, Ont. : pig house.

One image of a pig house on the D. Stong farm, ca. 1825. Includes a caption pasted below the print that reads: "The piggery on the Stong farm. See also Plate XI. It consisted of two long compartments separated by an interior log partition. In order to give the pigs some exercise during the cold winter a gallery ran the full length of the west side. This gallery was cantilevered out from the main building. AD. 1825."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 64 : Mennonite meeting house near Edgeley.

One image of a Mennonite meeting house near Edgeley, Ontario. Includes a caption pasted below the print that reads: "Mennonite Meeting House near Edgley [sic]. 1820. Referred to by Simcoe as Mennonists. Men and women sit separately and have separate entrances. Originally of log construction, now covered with siding."

Rempel, John I.

Octagonal construction in Ontario : B.5 and B.8.

Two images of octagonal barns, one from Lefaives Corners, Ontario, and the other from Dufferin Street in Toronto, now in the Agricultural Museum, Milton. The "B.8" image is in both of the books, while the "B.5" image is only listed and described in the books.

Rempel, John I.

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