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Operations : production reports.

File consists of ts. and ms. production reports, including numbers for standard screw, welts, and stitchdown types of footwear. One report describes production for the Greb Shoe Company Limited from 1933 to 1948, and the other untitled report describes production from 1936 to 1949.

Greb Industries Limited

Sale to Warrington Products Limited (file 1 of 2).

File consists of material relating to the sale of Greb Industries Limited to Warrington Product Limited (Don Mills, ON) in 1974.

Includes photocopies of draft agreements and a draft offer to purchase, photocopies of the closing documents relating to the sale (including agreements, schedules, financial statements and correspondence), press clippings, photocopies of organizational charts, research reports about Warrington, Warrington annual reports (1972, 1973), correspondence, the cash offer by Warrington sent to Greb sharholders, and other photocopied documents.

Greb Industries Limited

Retirement, February 7, 1975.

File consists of material relating to the retirement dinner on February 7, 1975, given in honour of Harry D. Greb, Arthur C. Greb, Ross E. Hahn, and John D. Campbell. Includes correspondence and memoranda about the event, a guest list, the evening's agenda, a press release, press clippings, ephemera, ms. notes, and a photograph of Charles E. Greb seated at a table with John A. Pollock and others. Includes personal correspondence to Charles expressing best wishes to the retiring executives.

Greb Industries Limited

Sales, Marketing and Advertising

Series consists of material relating to the sales, marketing, and advertising of Greb Shoes and its various brands, including Hush Puppies, Bauer, Mohicans, Ramblers, and Cat Treads. Includes magazine and newspaper advertisements, fliers, point-of-purchase advertisements, advertisements for Greb retailers and sales staff, speeches given at a sales meeting, a marketing case study, and other advertising material.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Hush Puppies : colouring contest.

File consists of material relating to the 1971 Hush Puppies colouring contest national advertising campaign. Includes a ts. description of the campaign, an advertisment for Hush Puppies retailers, and an advertisement clipped from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record.

Greb Industries Limited

Hush Puppies licencees meeting : Februrary, 1968.

File consists of a presentation about Greb Shoes given at the international Hush Puppies licencees meeting in Tunis in 1968. Contains information about the history of the company and Greb's experience with Hush Puppies, as well as the development of advertising and marketing at Greb. Presenters included Jack Campbell, Jerry Goodis, and Charles E. Greb. The presentation is divided by tabs for the years 1959 to 1968, followed by a section entited "Slides and commercials".

Greb Industries Limited

Company Newsletters

Series consists of company newsletters, produced and distributed for internal communications and publicity purposes. The Cobbler, published by the Greb Shoes Employees' Association, was begun in 1952. It was replaced with the Greb Newshound in 1962, and was published until [ca. 1971?]. In 1978, a new company newsletter, Greb Footnotes, was launched. Series may not include a complete run of any one publication, and some issues may be missing.

Greb Industries Limited

The Cobbler : volume 2.

File consists of ten issues of the newsletter The Cobbler, published by the Greb Shoe Employees' Association. Includes vol. 2, no. 1/2, 3-6, 7/8, 9-12.

Greb Industries Limited

Bauer history.

File consists of a ts. history of the Bauer Skate Company and the skate industry in North America, written by Don Bauer.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoe clippings.

File consists of a scrapbook containing press clippings related to Greb Shoes. Clippings are loose between pages. Some pages of the scrapbook are blank.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1950s.

File consists of material relating to Greb Shoes during the 1950s. Includes press clippings (some photocopies and reprints), memoranda to Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company customers, and a photograph.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 1 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 2 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1980s.

File consists of material relating to Greb Industries Limited and the career and community involvement of Charles E. Greb during the 1980s. Includes press clippings (some photocopied), correspondence addressed to Greb, ephemera, and a photograph of the site of a Greb Shoes factory before construction. Includes a letter from Prime Minister Trudeau's correspondence assistant thanking Greb for a letter sent in support of Trudeau's peace initiatives.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 2.

File consists of an article clipped from a Berlin (now Kitchener) newspaper entitled, "A promising industry" with the subtitle "although in operation for only three months the Berlin Boot Company already employs 65 hands". A colour photocopy is also included.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 8.

File consists of a ts. notice (photocopy) about the agreement whereby Erwin C. Greb purchased the controlling interest in the Greb Shoe Company held by Charles Greb for $10 000. Notice contains ms. notes.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 11.

File consists of an agreement (photocopy) relating to the sale of the property and building at Mansion and Chestnut Streets in Kitchener to Erwin C. Greb by Gourlay & Fogelberg, Ltd. File also includes an ms. sketch of the property and a statement of adjustments (photocopies).

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 13.

File consists of two agreements (photocopies) relating to the re-organization of the Greb Shoe Company Limited, and the surrender of letters patent for the Greb Shoe Company Limited. In 1930, Erwin C. Greb issued a new charter to replace the 1916 charter.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 18.

File consists of ts. and ms. production reports (photocopies), including numbers for standard screw, welts, and stitchdown types of footwear. One report describes production for the Greb Shoe Company Limited from 1933 to 1948, and the other untitled report describes production from 1936 to 1949.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 20.

File consists of a colour photocopy of two pages from the minutes of the October 7, 1953 meeting of the Greb Shoes Employees' Association.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 21.

File consists of a colour photocopy of a page from the December 1953 issues of the employee newsletter The Cobbler, containing a Christmas greeting from president Harry Greb.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 24.

File consists of colour photocopies of pages from the minutes of meetings of the Greb Shoes Employees Association on September 29 and December 15, 1954, January 24 and March 21, 1955. Pages contain references to the closure of the Mansion Street plant, the company's competitive position, and reduced work weeks for employees.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 31.

File consists of a ts. case study (photocopy) of Greb Shoes Limited and the marketing of the Hush Puppies brand, prepared by Brian W. Jones for a class at the School of Business Administration, Univeristy of Western Ontario (London, ON).

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 32.

File consists of material relating to Charles E. Greb's research about the history of the Tebbutt Shoe and Leather Company in Trois-Riviers, Quebec, for the book The Greb Story. Includes correspondence between Charles E. Greb and Jack Tebbutt (and others), and a ts. history of the Tebbutt Shoe and Leather Company.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 33.

File consists of a collection of ts. presentations (photocopy) given at the first world wide Hush Puppies advertising and marketing conference held in Djerba, Tunisia, in February 1968. Presentations are from the following countries: USA, Netherlands, South Africa, Canada, France, West Germany, England, El Salvador, Australia, Sweden, Japan, Austria, and Mexico. File also includes an unrelated press clipping (photocopy) about Velvet, the Hush Puppies basset hound mascot.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 40.

File consists of a newspaper article clipped from the [Kitchener-Waterloo Record?] on June 9, 1969 entitled "Greb buys Collins Safety Shoe Firm".

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 41.

File consists of material (photocopied) relating to the 1971 Hush Puppies colouring contest national advertising campaign. Includes a ts. description of the campaign, an advertisment for Hush Puppies retail customers, and an advertisement clipped from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record.

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 45.

File consists of a newspaper article clipped from the February 8, 1979 Kitchener-Waterloo Record entitled "Executives at Greb Industries are in high-risk category".

Greb Industries Limited

References : endnote 46.

File consists of correspondence (photocopies) between Charles E. Greb and John Simth (general manager, Greb Kitchener Operations) regarding four original pictures by local artist Douglas Ratchford (gifts to Harry Greb in the 1970s) kept at Greb's Kitchener location, and the board room table and chairs belonging to Charles E. Greb.

Greb Industries Limited

References not in text : file 7.

File consists of three pages (photocopies) clipped from the April, 1953 issue of Shoe & Leather Journal containing advertisements for Greb retail customers, and correspondence (photocopied) among Charles E. Greb, Ross E. Hahn (assistant General Manager) and the Vylyt Corporation (New York, NY) regarding the use of Vylyt soles for Greb footwear.

Greb Industries Limited

References not in text : file 9.

File consists of photocopies of a news release and memoranda to staff from Greb Industries Limited presdient Stanley B. Frieze regarding the relocation of the administration offices, distribution and customer service facilites from Kitchener to 6500 Millcreek Drive in Mississauga.

Greb Industries Limited

Retirement dinner : album.

File consists of an album containing photographs of a retirement dinner in honour of Harry D. Greb, Arthur C. Greb, Ross E. Hahn, and John D. Campbell, held on February 7, 1975. Includes a list of guests in attendance.

Greb Industries Limited

Electrohome fonds.

Fonds consists of records relating to the administration, operation, products, and history of Electrohome Limited and its subsidiary companies, as well as its predecessors, Pollock-Welker Limited, the Grimes Radio Corporation Limited, and the Phonola Company of Canada Limited. Includes letters patent and by-laws, share certificates and registers, board of directors' minutes, legal records, financial statements, correspondence, memoranda, advertisements and product literature, internal and external publicity materials, news releases and press kits, press clippings, speeches, sales kits and manuals, photographs and other visual materials, ephemera, architectural and technical drawings, sound recordings, computer disks, and artifacts.

Electrohome

Dominion Electrohome Industries Limited : applications for stock subscriptions.

File consists of signed applications for 9% class "A" cumulative, redeemable, preferred shares of Dominion Electrohome Industries Limited (Electrohome). File also includes a certificate to the purchaser of shares in the company signed by Arthur B. Pollock and Carl A. Pollock, and a typed (carbon copy) of page of information about the company's incorporation, capitalization, and officers and directors.

Electrohome

Board of Directors Secretary Files

Series consists of records accumulated and used by William M. Alguire in his role as secretary of the Board of Directors from 1992 to ca. 1997, as well as by his predecessor Robert Bolden. Includes correspondence, agreements, reports, company and management information, and other material.

Alguire, William McLachlin

Canada Newswire.

File consists of material relating to business conducted with Canada Newswire (Toronto, ON). Includes faxed news releases and status reports from Canada Newswire, correspondence (some faxed), and a signed service agreement.

Electrohome

Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

File consists of material relating to Electrohome's corporate membership in the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Includes correspondence (some faxed), memoranda, news releases and other publicity materials from the Chamber of Commerce, and other material.

Electrohome

Fiscal year 1993 : annual meeting preparation (file 2 of 2).

File consists of material relating to the preparation for Electrohome's annual general meeting on January 26, 1994. Includes draft versions of the Management Information Circular and proxy statement, the notice of annual meeting, and a special resolution (some drafts are edited); memoranda and correspondence (some faxed); ms. notes; schedules of events preceeding the meeting; faxed and photocopies of Electrohome share certificates; and other documents.

Electrohome

Fiscal year 1996 : management information circular data.

File consists of material relating to executive compensation and personal holdings of Electrohome shares for the Management Information Circular prepared for the 1996 annual report. Includes memoranda (some faxed), correspondence, draft versions of the Management Information Circular and proxy statement, photocopies of insider trading reoprts, ms. notes, and other docuements.

Electrohome

H.L. Staebler insurance.

File consists of material relating to business conducted with Electrohome's insurance broker, the H.L. Staebler Company Limited (Kitchener, ON). Includes correspondence and memoranda (including some faxed and some photocopied), a photocopied insurance policy, photocopies of invoices, and other documents.

Electrohome

Montreal Trust : general correspondence.

File consists of material relating to business conducted with Montreal Trust (Waterloo, ON) regarding Electrohome Class X and Class Y shares. Includes correspondence (some faxed), photocopies of various legal documents, photocopies of Electrohome share certificates, and other material.

Electrohome

Public relations photographs : miscellaneous file.

File consists of material relating to the 19th Annual Broadcasting Awards dinner at Conestoga College (Kitchener, ON). Includes correspondence, a news release, and two photographs of the winners of the CKCO-TV/Betty Thompson Broadcaster of the Year award and the Carl A. Pollock Memorial Award.

Electrohome

Securities commissions policies.

File consists of material relating to the policies of provincial securities commissions. Includes photocopies of reports, policies, and acts of the Ontario Securities Commission and a national policy statement, and a policy statement from the Saskatchewan Securities Commission. Some documents contain yellow highlighting.

Electrohome

Sims, Clement, Eastman : miscellaneous trademark correspondence.

File consists of material relating to business conducted with Sims Clement Eastman (Barristers, Solicitors, Trademark Agent, Kitchener, ON), formerly Clement, Eastman, Dreger, Martin & Meunier. Includes correspondence and memoranda (including some faxed and some photocopied), typed lists of registered and expiring trademarks (some have been annotated), photocopies of trademark registration certificates, ms. notes, and other documents.

Electrohome

CAP : personal (file 2 of 2).

File consists of material relating to the personal finances and estate of Carl A. Pollock as well as the estate of his father, Arthur B. Pollock. Includes approximately 85 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies), financial statements, legal documents, ms. notes, and ephemera. File also includes a copy of Pollock's birth certificate and passport and a copy of Arthur B. Pollockļæ½s will.

Electrohome

Correspondence : A.

File consists of approximately 28 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "A."

Electrohome

Correspondence : D.

File consists of approximately 110 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "D." Correspondents include Ontario Premier William G. Davis. File also includes some correspondence between D.S. Sykes (Executive Vice-President, Finance and Corporate Relations) and Dewhurst & Partner, and between Sykes and Hon. Ron Basford (Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs). File also includes some press clippings, as well as Dun & Bradstreet business information reports on various companies in southwestern Ontario.

Electrohome

Correspondence : E.

File consists of approximately 14 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies and telegraphs) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "E." File also includes some press clippings.

Electrohome

Correspondence : U.

File consists of approximately 15 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence (some carbon copies) with individuals and corporate bodies beginning with "U." File also includes some press clippings.

Electrohome

Estate of Mr. C.H. Boehmer.

File consists of material relating to the settlement of the C.H. Boehmer estate. Includes correspondence (containing financial information), ms. notes, and copies and drafts of legal documents. File also includes the 1964 financial statement for the Athletic Association of Kitchener and Waterloo, Limited, but it is unclear how this document is related to Boehmer's estate.

Electrohome

Income tax return : 1967.

File consists of material relating to Carl A. Pollock's income tax return for 1967, including information about his charitable donations, gifts, political contributions, and income. Includes approximately 30 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence, a typed list of donation recipients with dollar amounts, tax receipts, and other material.

Electrohome

Income tax return : 1971.

File consists of material relating to Carl A. Pollock's income tax return for 1971, including information about his charitable donations, gifts, political contributions, and income. Includes approximately 70 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence, typed lists of donation and gift requests and recipients with dollar amounts, tax receipts, statements of dividends, a statement of income, statements from the department of national revenue (taxation), and other material.

Electrohome

Income tax return : 1974.

File consists of material relating to Carl A. Pollock's income tax return for 1974, including information about his charitable donations, gifts, political contributions, and income. Includes approximately 40 pieces of incoming and outgoing correspondence, a typed list of donation recipients with dollar amounts, tax receipts, and other material.

Electrohome

Reaction to September 12, 1962 statement.

File consists of material relating to a statement made by Carl A. Pollock as president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association about Canada's economic situation that was misrepresented in a Canadian Press dispatch, and Pollock's attempts to correct the mistake. Includes correspondence and press clippings.

Electrohome

Speeches : World War II and post-war planning.

File consists of eight ms. and typed speeches, plus draft versions, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock at various events and meetings. Speeches are about post-war planning and reconstruction, range from 3 to 20 leaves, and most are in point form.

Electrohome

Speeches : accident prevention and workplace safety.

File consists of five ms. and typed speeches, plus draft versions, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock at various events and meetings, including the Kitchener-Waterloo section of the Industrial Accident Prevention Association and the Electrohome safety committee dinner. Speeches are about accident prevention and workplace safety, range from 4 to 23 leaves, and most are in point form. File also includes memoranda and information bulletins relating to workplace safety.

Electrohome

Speeches : Radio-Television Manufacturers Assocation.

File consists of five ms. speeches, plus a draft version of one speech, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock at meetings and conferences of the Radio-Television Manufacturers Association and its various divisions, and the Institute of Radio Engineers (I.R.E.). Speeches range from two leaves to eight pages and are in point form. File also includes correspondence as well as a typed speech by Dr. W.R.G. Baker (president of the I.R.E.) annotated "material for talks".

Electrohome

Speeches : education.

File consists of five ms. and typed speeches, plus draft versions and duplicate copies, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock to various groups, including the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Education Association, and University of Toronto alumni. Speeches are about education from an industry perspective, range from 2 leaves to 14 pages, and most are in point form. File also includes a press clipping.

Electrohome

Speeches : industrial research.

File consists of two three-page ms. speeches written and presented by Carl A. Pollock about industrial research. One speech was presented at a meeting of the Research Council of Ontario, and one, entitled "Putting research into practice", at a Scientific and Industrial Research Conference. Speeches are in point form.

Electrohome

Speeches : Canadian business.

File consists of five ms. and typed speeches, plus duplicate copies, written and presented by Carl A. Pollock to various groups, including the Canadian Pharaceutical Manufacturers' Association, Rotary clubs, and the Ontario Dealers' Association. Speeches, on the subjects of citizenship responsibilities, Canada's economic problems, and Canadian business, range from 8 to 20 pages, and most are in point form.

File also includes correspondence, memoranda, press clippings, reprints of speeches by others in the radio and television broadcasting industry, and other material.

Electrohome

Speeches : 1966 (file 1 of 2).

File consists of typed and ms. speeches written and presented by Carl A. Pollock in 1966 relating to management philosophy and Canada-US trade relations. Some speeches contain annotations. File also includes a seminar program. Speeches included are:

  • Untitled speech, 34 p., presented at the Department of Transport Senior Officer Management Seminar in Mont Gabriel, Quebec
  • "Is Your Philosophy Showing?," 25 leaves, presented to the Society for Advancement of Management in London, Ontario
  • "We're More Than Neighbours," 20 leaves, presented to the Rotary club of St. Petersburg, Florida

Electrohome

Speeches : address by H.B. Style, 1966.

File consists of a copy of "Address by H.B. Style, President of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association and Chairman of the Board, John Inglis Company Limited, Toronto, Ont., Before the Manitoba Branch of the CMA at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Monday, March 14, 1966," 12 leaves. Address is annotated "We're More Than Neighbours" (title of one of Carl A. Pollock's speeches).

Electrohome

Speeches : 1968.

File consists of typed speeches written and presented by Carl A. Pollock in 1968 relating to economic development in Canada, Canada-US trade relations, and Electrohome. Some speeches contain annotations. Speeches included are:

  • "Where Do We Go From Here?," 21 leaves, presented to the Rotary Club of Don Mills, Ontario (2 copies)
  • "Statement by Carl A. Pollock, Chairman of the Board and President, Electrohome Limited, to the Annual Meeting of Sharholders," 17 leaves
  • "Panel Discussion 'North American Common Markets',"13 leaves, remarks presented at The Canadian Credit Men's Association Limited Executive Business Seminar in Ottawa (2 copies)

Electrohome

Speeches : 1974.

File consists of a typed speech written and presented by Carl A. Pollock in 1974 relating to trade and economic development in Canada and the electronics industry. The speech, "The Canadian Challenge" (19 [i.e. 22] leaves), was presented at the annual meeting of the Electronics Industries Association of Canada in Ste. Adele, Quebec.

Electrohome

News releases : 1992-1997.

File consists of Electrohome news releases mainly from 1992 to 1994, and a few from 1995 and 1997. File also includes interim reports to shareholders, the 1994 annual report and notice of annual meeting, photocopies of press clippings, memoranda and correspondence, news releases from other organizations, and two issues each of Open Line (Sunwapta Broadcasting newsletter) and CAPsule (CAP Communications Ltd. newsletter).

The material, probably collected by John A. Pollock, is arranged in chronological order and includes multiple copies of the news releases.

Electrohome

News releases and press clippings : 1980-1992 (file 1 of 2).

File consists of Electrohome news releases and photocopied press clippings from 1980 to 1992. File also includes several news releases from CAP Communications, edited drafts of news releases, memoranda and correspondence, interim reports to shareholders, three product photographs, and other material.

Electrohome

Ontario trade and investment mission to the United Kingdom.

File consists of material relating to John A. Pollock's participation in an Ontario trade and investment mission to the United Kingdom led by Premier William G. Davis, in May 1973. Includes a group portrait and typed list identifying the people in the photograph, a letter from Premier Davis, and ephemera.

Electrohome

Photographs of Canadian cities for Electrohome conference rooms : correspondence and notes.

File consists of material relating to requests for photographs of major Canadian cities for display in conference rooms at Electrohome. Includes photocopied correspondence to and from Chambers of Commerce and mayors offices, memoranda to John A. Pollock, ms. and typed notes, and press clippings. File of Anna Marie Young (Electronics Division), probably performing a task delegated to her by John A. Pollock.

Electrohome

Executive Officers Files : James Holmes

Series consists of records accumulated and used by James Holmes in his role as chairman of the board and CEO from 1976 to 1979. Includes press clippings, ms. notes, and an ms. draft of a paper.

Electrohome

A & C Boehmer Limited : Carl A. Pollock (file 1 of 4).

File consists of material relating to the administration of A & C Boehmer, Limited, and in particular the financial situation of the company and the transfer of shares.

Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence (some copies); ms. notes; financial statements and auditors' reports; reports to company directors; accountants' reviews of proposals and purchase offers; agreements; inventory adjustment lists; a copy of the company's business plan for 1975-1977; a list of employees and their job descriptions; Dun and Bradstreet business information reports; and an insurance policy.

Electrohome

A & C Boehmer Limited : Carl A. Pollock (file 4 of 4).

File consists of material relating to the administration of A & C Boehmer, Limited, and in particular the financial situation of the company and the transfer of shares.

Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence (some copies); ms. notes; financial statements and auditors' reports; reports to company directors; accountants' reviews of proposals and purchase offers; agreements; inventory adjustment lists; a copy of the company's business plan for 1975-1977; a list of employees and their job descriptions; Dun and Bradstreet business information reports; and an insurance policy.

Electrohome

Financial statements, 1972.

File consists of four financial statements for A & C Boehmer Limited, prepared by Thorne Gunn & Co., chartered accountants, Kitchener. Includes the three-, six-, and nine-month, and year-end statements for 1972.

Electrohome

Financial statements, 1973.

File consists of four financial statements (plus one copy) for A & C Boehmer Limited, prepared by Thorne Gunn & Co., chartered accountants, Kitchener.

Electrohome

Financial statements : 1963-1972 (file 1 of 2).

File consists of financial statements of the Andrew Malcolm Furniture Company. Includes the report on the financial statements for the years 1963 to 1970 and 1972. The reports were prepared by Clarkson, Gordon, & Co. Chartered Accountants (Toronto, ON).

Electrohome

Potential acquisition : working file 1.

File consists of material relating to the potential acquisition of the Andrew Malcolm Furniture Company by Electrohome. Includes memoranda and correspondence (some carbon copies), financial statements, a copy of an application for financial assistance from the Ontario government, and other material. File probably belonged to Harold Eby, Secretary-Treasurer.

Electrohome

Potential acquisition : working file 2.

File consists of material relating to the potential acquisition of the Andrew Malcolm Furniture Company by Electrohome. Includes draft copies of a purchase agreement, memoranda and correspondence (some carbon copies), financial statements, reports, and ms. notes. File probably belonged to D. S. Sykes, Executive Vice-President, Finance, and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Electrohome

Administration : Annual Reports

Series consists of the annual reports of Electrohome. Series also includes some interim reports to shareholders, annual meeting notices, and photocopies of selected pages of the reports.

Electrohome

Annual reports, 1952-1958.

File consists of annual reports for Dominion Electrohome Industries Limited for the years 1952-1958. Includes multiple copies of some reports.

Electrohome

Annual report, 1965.

File consists of the 1965 annual report for Dominion Electrohome Industries Limited.

Electrohome

Annual report, 1975.

File consists of Electrohome's 1975 annual report and an annotated photocopy of the report.

Electrohome

Annual report, 1988.

File consists of two copies and one annotated photocopy of Electrohome's 1988 annual report.

Electrohome

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