Building interior, stained glass windows.
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Building interior, stained glass windows.
Photo of a little boy and girl with cake with candles in front of them. One colour negative plus proof prints. One showing older woman and man with white beard sitting on a bench, one shows outdoor scene with river and land, and one shows a little boy and girl with a cake with candles on it. Proof prints and one negative are in a smaller envelope inside with a message Important: see delivery date on purchase order.
Part of Lady Aberdeen collection.
Collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets, scrapbooks, clippings, etc. concerning Lady Aberdeen and the National Council of Women of Canada's gift to the University of Waterloo Library.
Hamilton-Gordon, Ishbel Maria Marjoribanks
Part of Alice Riggs Hunt fonds.
Material relating to the life, career, activities and interests of Alice Riggs Hunt. Includes correspondence, manuscripts, printed material, clippings, diaries and memorabilia. Correspondents include E. Sylvia Pankhurst, Carrie Chapman Catt, Jane Addams, and Romain Rolland.
Hunt, Alice Riggs
Copy negatives. Building exteriors of the buildings at Frederick Street and Duke Street, exterior of building at Ottawa Street South, two negatives showing list of people, two negatives of composite group of mens photos around, a photograph of the Elmsdale Operations Centre, 1970-1972 and one negative of composite group of mens photos around a phtograph of the Water Commission Building, Frederick St. from 1964-1965. Also includes a smaller envelope inside with title, Water Commission Bldg, Frederick & Duke St., Nov/72.
Building exteriors and interiors. Also included are letter from Mr. Ellis Murphy with instructions, small letter from Cooksville-Laprairie Buck Ltd with requests and letter from Barnett & Rieder Associates Architects.
Building interiors. Photos of end tables and coffee tables and bookcase from Bassett Table Company.
Building interiors. Photos of end tables and coffee table.
Shows two men sitting at a desk with a Sony video tape recorder and a camera on a tripod. One is inverviewing the other.
Copy negative. Portrait of a man, h&s shot.
Copy negatives of portrait of a man in uniform.
Copy negative of a group portrait taken ca. 1906 of four generations with a banner below showing names and birth and death dates. Shows young boy, two ladies and a gentleman.
Copy negative of a young boy. Also contains 9 letters between Mrs. Webster and Belair Studio. Letters are dated April 19, April 23, April 21, April 16, April 14, July 15, October 29 and October 24, 1966.
Copy negative of a portrait of man, h&s shot.
Copy negatives of old composite of The Beaver Baseball Club, 1903.
Building exterior of Japanese building and outdoor eating area.
Copy negative of portrait of a man in a suit wearing glasses.
Copy negative of portrait of a man. Note on envelope says mtd & fr. to match others in off.
Building interiors of two men looking and working on the paper roll in the lathe. Note on envelope says #10 & 4 used.
Copy negatives of paintings, including portaits of ladies, outdoor scences, outside of homes and a service inside a church.
Copy negative of an old photograph of a little girl.
Building exteriors. Colour is of the University of Waterloo Library, the b&w is of The Environmental Studies Building. Also includes proof prints.
Building exteriors, showing the construction of the University of Waterloo Engineering Lecture Hall.
Copy negative of a portrait of Mr. Tartaglia.
Copy negative, wedding portrait. Also includes a note with instructions for Mr. Belair.
Building interiors, photos inside a library.
Two photos of a woman holding a toy doll standing by elevator, nine photos of display booths, some with sales people and customers.
Building interiors. Shot of the inside of a church and photo of the organist sitting at his organ. Proof prints also included.
Photos of a man golfing in a Tony Day sweater.
Copy negatives of 19th century photographs. Two group shots, one with 7 people under a tree and the other very large group photographed outside a building.
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.
Typescript lectures given during séances held under the supervision of medium Thomas Lacey in Waterloo, Kitchener, and Hamilton from 1934 to 1951. Some lectures and a press clipping featuring a letter to the editor against capital punishment written by Thomas Lacey are contained within a scrapbook. Lectures range from various topics including life and death, peace, Gandhi, and spiritualism.
Reaman, George Elmore
Materials created and accumulated by Barbara Smucker relating to her professional activities. Primarily includes materials relating to her various published works including research, reviews, and manuscripts and typescripts.
Maines Pincock Family
Fonds contains a record book belonging to Mary Augusta Fiske. The book contains recipes for cakes, sauces, and puddings. Also contains household accounts and several diary entries dating between 1876 and 1887. Attached to the inside of the front cover is a sepia toned photograph of an unidentified child. Next to it is a newspaper clipping regarding the death of Fiske titled "Death of Mrs. Gen. William O. Fiske".
Fiske, Mary Augusta
Collection contains two poems. The first is a holograph poem, titled "Acceptance", which was written a short time before the death of Padraig O Broin and later published in Folio magazine. The second is a typed poem titled "Paraphrases from the Irish - James Stephens".
O Broin, Padraig
Manuscript poem entitled, "On Parting from My Sister and Her Children." Also included are two pencil drawings, one of which depicts a church and graveyard scene in a village located three miles from Dublin. The poem and drawings have been bound into a book. In the front cover of the book is a newspaper clipping of an obituary for Isabella Jane and Caroline Olivia Clare.
Fonds consists of seventeen documents relating to the Jardine family, dating from 1797 to 1927, including correspondence, character references, certificates of marriage, articles of partnership, and one will.
Collection contains prints of Canadian landscapes done by William Henry Bartlett in 1841 and portraits of prominent 17th and 18th century politicians from Europe and Canada. Also included are letters from English prime ministers dating around the 1700s. The collection is arranged in one series consisting of print engravings, a file of Bartlett prints, and a scrapbook containing letters.
Bartlett, W. H. (William Henry)
Parents' Information Bureau
Fonds consists of twelve daily diaries, intermittently spanning between 1907 and 1948, that contain entries pertaining to daily farm operations. Included, though unrelated, are two ledgers from a Berlin (Kitchener), Ontario general store for the years 1893 and 1907. Accounts listed include purchases by John King, father of William Lyon Mackenzie King, that help document the lifestyle of the King family while living at Woodside, now a National Historic Site.
Snyder, David H.
Notebook containing diagrams of 84 contredanses with written annotations, circa 1780. Diagrams show the step by step movements of specific types of dances such as La Camille, Les Caprices de Chantenany, Les Cerises de Montmorenci, and Le Retour de Blanchard.
List of Contredanses included in Notebook:
A small notebook containing clippings of reviews, advertisements, and articles from Journal des Bals, La Danse and manuscripts of articles by G. Desrat regarding various types of dance (such as ancient Greek dancing, Scottish dancing, the cotillion, waltz, minuet, and the quadrille), along with handwritten notes. Also included in the fonds are three leaves of documents relating to the origin of the notebook and sources of the article clippings contained inside.
Collection consists of a corrected carbon typescript of a review article. The article, written by Acorn Milton, discusses the writings of Al Purdy and Irving Layton, as well as the use of poetics in writing.
Collection consists of 169 19th century American photographs. Included are 115 carte-de-visites, 40 cabinet portraits, 2 albums, 11 miscellaneous photographs and 1 envelope of miscellaneous business and greeting cards.
The photographs vary in size, but many of are 1 x 1 cm and mounted on card. Most are albumen type photographs depicting various people including infants, children, and adults. The photographs come from various studios across the United States though the majority come from studios in New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Illinois. The photographs, since rehoused, were originally housed in two albums decorated with an intricate relief on the cover and a metal clasp lock.
Davis, Bertram R.
Collection consists of three manuscript German prayer books dating from 1783 to the late 19th century. Each book contains a series of prayers such as communion, confession, morning, and evening prayers, in addition to examples of Fraktur (folk) art in ink and watercolour.
Large quantity of maps, drawings etc., largely unlisted at this time.
Consists of biographical information, two audio reels entitled "Between Ourselves", correspondence regarding purchase of same, and one autographed photograph.
Hind, E. Cora
Southey's version of nursery rhyme, presented as a holograph poem in a letter to his brother, Captain Thomas Southey, St. Helen's, Auckland, New Zealand. Signed with Southey's initials.
Manuscript poem that was found in "Poems: Songs and Sonnets" by Hartley Coleridge (1796-1849). The poem is written in an unknown hand and the title reads "Lines (unpublished) written to a friend after a discussion on [points] of faith - by Hartley Coleridge."