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My visit at the castle Aya.

A self-published book of recollections about visiting the "castle Aya" by Susanne von Harpe. The castle is described as a large manor home near the village that von Harpe grew up in inhabited by the von Brasch family.

von Harpe, Susanne

The shepherd.

A short story by Susanne von Harpe written for her granddaughter Chantelle about her son Eyke (Chatelle's father) as a boy and how he looks after her in her old age.

von Harpe, Susanne

Return to Estonia: a continuation of my book calendula.

A self-published book of recollections from the life of Susanne von Harpe that continues her life story from Calendula. The book was written while von Harpe was traveling in Estonia as an adult and she reflects upon memories of her childhood. Also includes a draft copy of the story with edits and without images.

von Harpe, Susanne

Gwendolin.

A self-published book of recollections about Gwendolin by Susanne von Harpe. Gwendolin may have been a student from Laurier who rented a room from von Harpe while completing her degree in social work.

von Harpe, Susanne

Calendula.

A self-published book of recollections from the life of Susanne von Harpe. Includes memories of growing up in Estonia, Germany, South African and Canada. Von Harpe attended a writer's workshop at Kitchener Public Library hosted by Dona Massel.

von Harpe, Susanne

Short biography.

A short biography by Anne Dagg discussing her interest in giraffes, and her difficulty getting a job as a woman.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Poems.

A collection of poems by Don Middleton. These include poems written about his time in the Second World War, including his time in the Colditz POW camp.

Autobiography.

One autobiography written by Hildegard Marsden covering her life leading up to and during the Second World War.

Marsden, Hildegard

Rev. F.J.T. Maines files (file 2 of 5).

Manuscript and typescript notes for and drafts of sermons, talks, etc. dating from 1931-1953, clippings regarding World War II, birding, manuscript and typescript copies of poems and sayings, and one 1941 Year Book containing 5 p. manuscript notes.

Maines Pincock Family

118th battalion, Kitchener, Ontario.

Film features scenes of the Kitchener fire department equipment including cars and horse-drawn fire vehicles leaving the station and traveling down an unidentified street. Crowds on a street, a street car, automobiles. The 118th Battalion on parade with crowds lining either side of the street and the downtown Kitchener area. Soldiers leaving a building and exercising on a field, possibly Victoria Park.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record