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Central West Kids Country Club press clippings.

Two press clippings featuring articles from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record detailing the building of the Central West Kids Country Club in Cambridge and Tom and Sylvia Land's donation. Tom and Sylvia Land donated a piece of land on Guelph Street in Hespeler, Ontario and an empty house at 61 Milton Avenue in Hespeler, Ontario to the Cambridge group Parents of Technologically Dependent Children.

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Kitchener-Waterloo Record Photographic Negative Collection

  • SCA98-GA68
  • Collection
  • 1938-2001

More than 2 million negatives taken between 1938 and 2001 by staff photographers at the Kitchener-Waterloo Record (KWR) and its predecessors. Providing a historical look at the Region of Waterloo, the Collection includes documentary photographs of local news events, community activities, regional development, human-interest stories, businesses, schools, and sports teams. Portraits of business and community leaders, as well as commissioned photos taken for advertising purposes, are part of the Collection. It also includes scrapbooks containing clippings and pictures that appeared in the paper from 1971 to 1995.

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American Hotel, [Tyson's Store, American Block] Corner of King & Queen Streets, ca. 1861 and later..

Copy negatives of American Hotel building block. Two negatives are of a photograph of the exterior of A. Tyson's Grocery on Page 81 of "Berlin today Centennial number in celebration of the old boys' and girls' reunion August, 6th, 7th, 8th, 1906". The third is of a photograph of the exterior of the American Hotel on the page of an unidentified book.

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Horse-Drawn Streetcar in Winter: Streetcar on Sleds with Horse, Berlin Train Station Behind, Woman Walking.

Copy negative of a photograph on Page 79 of Berlin today Centennial number in celebration of the old boys' and girls' reunion August, 6th, 7th, 8th, 1906. Person dressed for cold weather seen at side of snow covered road with horse drawn wagon and [rail station?]. Caption under photo reads: "When Col. Burt was King. Photo kindly loaned by Mr. V. McIntyre."

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Town Officials: Council, Police Chief, Fire Chief, etc.. ca. 1890's

Copy negative of an old photograph. Kitchener's First 100 Years, p. 3. Front, L-R: Henry Hymmen, Water Commission Chairman; Martin Huehnergard, Tax Collector; Joseph Zuber, Hoterl Proprietor,; Conrad Gerbig, Night Constable; unidentified. Back, L-R: Henry Aletter, Town Treasurer; Frank Siebert, Fire Chief; Henry Winterhalt, Police Chief; Fred Rohleder, Town Solicitor.

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Scene Outside Kitchener Market, ca. 1890's?

Copy print, taken on from the other side of the building shown in 73, shows what is possibly a weigh scale for wagons? The domed building is the town Hall, the light coloured building in the background is the Kitchener Hotel. Appeared in Kitchener's First 100 Years, June 22, 1954, p. 34. Copy of this image in File 74.

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Kitchener-Waterloo Record history.

Copy prints and original photographs relating to the history of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record. Includes photographs and contact sheets of interiors and exteriors of the buildings (including Queen street plant) it occupied over the years, of presses, employees working, employees social life and gatherings.

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Store Fronts: Louise Store.

Copy negatives from old photographs, four images: 2 of exterior of Louise Store, I unidentified building, 1 interior view showing woman behind desk, two men in business suits, 2 men in uniform with hats, large room with central table and chairs lined up: This same room, with additions is identified in file 143 as the site of a council meeting and tentatively identified as the old Town Hall?

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