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University of Waterloo. Special Collections & Archives Schantz Russell family fonds.
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Russell, Harold riding a bike

Photograph of Harold Russell riding a bicycle down a street. While Harold and the bicycle are clear, the background and foreground are blurred. Houses and trees are visible in the background.

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Russell, Harold

Photograph of Harold Russell standing beside a bicycle with his hands on the handlebar and looking slightly off from the camera. Trees and houses are seen in the background.

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Russell, Dorothy and Harold.

Photograph of Dorothy Russell and her son, Harold, standing outside during the day, and holding hands. There is a street, trees, and houses in the background with some snow on the ground, and they are dressed for cool weather. Harold is smiling at the camera while Dorothy is smiling at Harold.

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Russell, Harold

Photograph of Harold Russell posed with a football, smiling and gazing off camera. Fallen leaves line the sidewalk, and Harold is dressed in a striped sweater. The shadow of the photographer is seen in the foreground.

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Snowball fight

Photograph of two unidentified children and Harold Russell, in front of the Victoria Park Pavilion in Kitchener. The ground is covered with snow, and subjects are seen in the midst of a snowball fight. Harold is seen bent over and gathering snow.

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Russell, Dorothy

Photograph of Dorothy Russell posed with a scarecrow-like figure. The figure is seen in redface, adorned in a feathered headdress, a tobacco pipe, a striped poncho, and moccasins. The scarecrow is posed in a chair. Dorothy is smiling at the camera as she sits on the figure’s lap. She appears to be in a parking lot and in the background two cars and lampposts are visible.

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Unidentified lock

Photograph of what appears to be a lock with the gates closed and no visible water traffic. Unidentified figures are partially visible, standing to the left of the frame on the edge of the lock. On the opposite side of the lock, industrial buildings can be seen. The location of the photograph is unidentified.

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Russell, Harold

Photograph of Harold Russell outside in the middle of a tree-lined street. It is a sunny day, and Harold is dressed for warm weather. Harold is smiling at the camera as he stands astride a bicycle, with one foot on a pedal.

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Unidentified adult.

Blurry photograph of an unidentified adult seated in a rocking chair and reading a newspaper. The subject’s features are unclear. What is likely a wood-burning radiator can be seen in the forefront.

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Russell, Dorothy and Harold

Photograph of Dorothy Russell and her son, Harold. They are posed standing next to each other outside on a bright, sunny day. They appear to be in the yard of what is likely the Russell family home. Trees and shrubs are seen behind them and in the right background a truck is partially visible.

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Russell, Harold

Photograph of Harold Russel smiling at the camera while standing in front of a river. Bare trees and a bridge are seen in the background. Harold is standing on top of a cement embankment and is dressed in a suit and tie. He is holding a jacket draped over his arm.

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Russell, Dorothy

Photograph of Dorothy Russell standing outside on a winter day. There is snow on the ground, and she is dressed for cold weather. Dorothy is smiling at the camera and holding a small suitcase or briefcase.

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Russell, Harold and unidentified children

Photograph of two unidentified children, posed together with Harold Russell who is on the right. All three are looking at the camera. The ground is covered with snow, and they are dressed for cold weather. Two of the children are seen holding snowballs.

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White, Dorothy : family.

Fourteen images of Dorothy Russell and family. Included are images of bicycle riding, dress-up, a snowball fight, and other leisure activities.

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White, Dorothy : Beausoleil Island.

Seven negatives showing images of Beausoliel Island. Four are landscapes showing the windblown trees, one shows a sailboat, another two women stand next to a pleasure boat "The Wabanaki" and the final is a group portrait. Identification from enclosure.

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Sailboat.

Image of an unidentified man sailing on a body of water with a rocky, tree lined shoreline visible in background.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Upper body portrait of Ruth Schantz seen looking at camear. Ruth is wearing her eyeglasses and a large hat.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Three photographs that have been hole punched and tied together. The first shows Ruth Schantz sitting in a wheelbarrow with Carrie Flagler Schantz in front of the home at Morton Park. The second shows Ruth Schantz and Orpheus Moyer Schantz on the steps of the home at Morton Park. The third shows Ruth standing in a garden holding flowers.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Upper body studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, age three, seen dressed in a lace trimmed top and looking off camera. Originally a card photograph, the card has been nailed to the back of a mount. Ruth can be seen through a heart-shaped frame. Around her are hand drawn leaves (possibly by Carrie Flagler Schantz) and a ribbon.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Upper body studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, age three, seen dressed in a lace trimmed top and looking off camera.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Two identical three quarter studio portrait of Ruth Schantz. Ruth is shown leaning on a chair wearing a lace dress, a jacket and a flowered hat. Photograph was originally owned by Franklin Schantz. Identification from verso.

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Schantz photographs : album page.

One loose album page that has been removed from an unidentified photograph album. Recto shows three photographs: Christian Schantz in front of his home in Wetaskiwin, Alta; his dog Tye; and cats playing in front of a home. The verso shows two photographs: Myford, Hamilton and Walter Kitney in 1915; and Walter Charles and Ada Kitney.

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Schantz photographs : album page.

One loose album page that has been removed from an unidentified photograph album. Recto is missing both photographs, but has labels that read "Elk Lodge Alberta- Arthur-Florence" and "Elsie Snyder-Ralph Snyder". Verso shows two photographs. The first is an oval photograph of the Nash sisters (daughters of Abraham Nash and Agnes Housser or Frances Wismer). Left to right: Mary Nash Hoover, Susanna Nash Wismer (Susie), Sarah Elizabeth Nash Laschinger (Lizzie), Frances Deborah Nash Carter (Debbie) and Priscilla Nash. The second image is titled "The Jolly Sleigh Ride, Aug. 28. 1902, Jordan, Ont." showing Samuel Fry Jr., Sarah Grobb Fry, Anna Rosetta Fry, Annie Nash Fry and others in a sleigh hitched to a horse. There is a missing image on the verso with the title "Sophie."

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Schantz photographs : album page.

One loose album page that has been removed from an unidentified photograph album. Recto shows three photographs: Annie Rosetta Fry with cousin Annie Fry Clark "in Grandmothers costume [sic]." standing along a white fence; Annie Rosetta Fry and Annie Fry Clark sitting on a porch in rocking chairs knitting; C. Abraham Fry and son Edward Wilson Fry standing in a yard. Verso shows three photographs of Annie Fry Clark, Annie Rosetta Fry, Samuel Fry, Sarah Grobb Fry, Abraham Fry, Martha Jane Pysher Fry.

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Schantz photographs : album page.

One loose album page that has been removed from an unidentified photograph album. On the recto is a photograph postcard that is labeled as Samuel Moyer and Emma Bliss Moyer in the Berkshire Hills. On the verso are three images showing A. Abraham Fry with niece Annie Clark, B. Abraham Fry with Annie Clark and her mother Elizabeth Fry Clark and C. Abraham Fry and three unidentified women.

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Schantz/Flagler family.

One photograph of the Schantz/Flagler family. From left to right: Samuel Adee Flagler, William B. Flagler, Nell Johnston Flagler, [Carrie Flagler Schantz?], Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Melvina Dorthula Flalger, unknown. The family is shown sitting outside on a lawn.

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Schantz cousins.

A group portrait of Joan Elizabeth Schantz and Constance Demaris Spelman. The cousins are standing in a garden holding hands. The photograph was taken by Orpheus Moyer Schantz and has been hand coloured.

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Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

Three identical group portraits of the attendees of the golden wedding anniversary of Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsperger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

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Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

One group portrait of some attendees of the golden wedding anniversary celebrations for Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsperger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

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Hunsperger, Benjamin : golden wedding anniversary.

Three identical group portraits of the attendees of the golden wedding anniversary of Benjamin Hunsperger and Esther Biehn Hunsperger. The Hunspergers were the parents of Ward Malott White's second wife Ella Amanda Hunsperger. They lived in Westcott Alta, near Didsbury.

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Schantz family : 1913 family reunion.

Two identical outdoor group portraits taken at the 1913 Schantz family reunion. Over 880 people attended the reunion; this portrait shows only a few of them. Florence Schantz is seen, second row from the back, sixth from right and the person standing at centre, at the very back of the group, is likely Franklin Abram Schantz.

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Schantz family : 1913 family reunion.

Outdoor group portrait taken at the 1913 Schantz family reunion. All people present in the portrait are descendants of Benjamin Schantz. Over 880 people attended the reunion; this portrait shows only a few of them. Sophie Schantz is seen seated, second from left, and Orpheus Moyer Schantz is seen seated at far right.

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Schantz, Orpheus and Kitty Cole.

Full length studio portrait of Orpheus Moyer Schantz (at right) and Kitty Cole. The two are shown seated in front of a backdrop of a house window. Kitty is looking off camera and Orpheus is looking directly at it

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Schantz, Orpheus and friend.

Full length studio portrait of Orpheus Moyer Schantz (at left) with left arm around the shoulders of an unidentified friend. The two are shown seated in front of a backdrop of a door to a house and are holding an upside sign that reads "two for 5¢."

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer and friend.

One full length studio portrait of Orpheus Moyer Schantz with an unidentified friend. The two are shown in front of a backdrop of Roman columns. Orpheus is seated looking at a photograph while his friend stands looking over his shoulder.

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer.

Full length studio portrait of Orpheus Moyer Schantz seen looking off camera with left arm resting on a [tree stump?] prop and left ankle crossed over the right.

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Schantz, Sophie and Etta.

Upper body studio portrait of Sophie Emma Schantz and Etta Lydia Mary White (nee Schantz) seen looking off camera. Etta is seated leaning back toward Sophie with top of head against Sophie's chin.

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Moyer family.

Photographs of various members of the Moyer and Nash families. Included is an image of Jesse Gross Moyer with wife Anna Tomlins Moyer, nieces Metta and Bertha Moyer, son Herbert Moyer, daughter-in-law Anna Talcott Moyer, Grandchildren Harold and Marjorie Moyer and unidentified other child. As well, there are two images of Jesse and Levi together as well as individual images of Willifred Moyer Curtis and husband E. Mitchell Curtis. The images were taken in 1917, 1924 and 1932 in Cedar Falls, Iowa and Kansas City, Kansas. Identification from verso and recto.

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Photograph Album #11 : loose photographs.

One photograph album. Includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills.

Photograph 1: enlargement of Dorothy's face from an early portrait.

Photographs 2-3: snapshot and photograph taken by Orpheus Schantz at McGregor, Iowa.

Photograph 4: snapshot of Viola Snyder.

Photograph 5: snapshot of Frank and friends.

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Photograph Album #6.

One photograph album. Includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills.

Consists primarily of snapshots belonging to Dorothy Etta Russell (nee White), before and after her marriage to Clarke Russell. Includes one formal portrait of "The Nash sisters": Mary, Susie, Elizabeth, Debbie, Priscilla, ca. 1880's (p. 1).

Family members and friends included in posed and informal snapshots include Mary Moyer Schantz, Tobias Schantz, Austin Tobias Schantz, Ward Malott White, Franklin Abram Schantz, Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Dorothy Etta Russell, Clarke Russell, Sophie Emma Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russell, Eva Kolb, Worth Flagler Schantz, Emily Schantz, Verna Fraser, Helen Lockie, Inez Martin, Mrs. E.H. Schiedel, her son Elmer Schiedel and daughter-in-law Nellie, Mrs. Elizabeth George.

Also includes snapshots of groups of individuals (identified on the packs of tipped-in snapshots) taken during the 1930 Schantz family reunion: Detwiler, Schiedel, Snyder, Bingeman family members, Phranie Bingeman, Mr. Yocum, and during the Hilborn Reunion, July 1-9, [192-?].

Also includes snapshots of White family members and homes: Ward Malott White on his visit to Dundas, Leamington and Kitchener from Chilliwack, B.C., Ada, Edna, Ruth, May and Elmer White, Malcon, Mr. and Mrs Lye, Maple lake and Orrville [Parry Sound area], White house in Orrville, horses in lake at Orrville, people swimming.

Locations and structures include Kitchener Cenotaph (p. 9), "Dr. Hilliard's garden" (p. 13), log schoolhouse, Waterloo Park (p. 17), Pioneer Tower, (p. 30), Schantz House, Conestogo (p. 34), Euler House (p. 34) [both of these are of old structures in disrepair], Bridge across river at Conestogo and Grand River at Conestogo (p. 43), Grand River in flood (p. 65-66).

Snapshots taken after Dorothy and Clarke's marriage include: White family gravestones in Leamington, Ont., Clarke Russell in uniform on his motorcycle, Lake Erie [swimming], Tecumseh Park, Chatham, Dorothy playing the ukelele and the Hawaiian guitar.

Victoria Park snapshots: statue of Queen Victoria, winter views, Dorothy paddling a canoe, the new Victoria Park Pavilion, glue factory ruins[?], Dorothy and two friends with snowshoes and in britches, visit of Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and daughters Lady Blanch and Dorothy Cavendish at Victoria Park, June 13, 1918 [snapshot of platform, no dignitaries?] (p. 64).

F.W. Woolworth Co. picnic: includes Mr. Emil Wagner, manager, and family, employee group portrait, Gertie Kruse, Marjorie Blin[?]kho.

P. 81: Inez Martin.

P. 91 Sophie and Mrs. Lye knitting (on beach).

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Photograph Album #5 : snapshots 1912 : Dorothy E. White from Aunt [Florence?].

One photograph album. Includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills. Some of the photographs are duplicates of items in previous albums. Many photographs are unidentified. Identified photographs include:

Snapshots of Elora, Rockwood (May 24 and Aug., 1916), Victoria Park, the Schantz reunion in 1913, Arthur Benjamin Schantz's homestead in Alberta, Schantz home, Schneider Ave, Kitchener, Ont., Schantz family portraits and snapshots which include Arthur Benjamin Schantz, Austin Tobias Schantz and Herbert Cecil Palmer Schantz, Orpheus Moyer Schantz home and family in Morton Park, Illinois, Levi Moyer.

Port Elgin snapshots include people swimming, walking on the beach, and snapshots taken on the reserve of the courthouse, jail, church and school Masset, B.C. : totem pole, 1911 (p. 2).

Schantz, Austin Tobias: hogs, 1912 (p. 2).

Steckle farm: Dorothy Etta Russell and Worth Flagler Schantz with dog, 1910, (p. 8). Also "At Henry Steckle's farm", 1916: group shot of Edna Steckle, Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, Sophie Emma Schantz, Aunt Carrie (Cornelia Caroline Schantz). Includes a shot which shows the whole front of the house, with chairs and hammock on porch (p. 74).

Old "Jacob Bowman" farm, Freeport, Ont., 1911 (p. 9).

Gofton, Mrs. and Ella Gofton (p. 17).

Christian and Josiah Schantz (p. 19).

Kolb family: turkey, Oliver and Grace (p. 19).

Snyder, William : "drawing room at William Snyder's, Waterloo" [ornate interior] and Elsie Snyder in Park, Waterloo, Ont. (p. 27).

Grand River: women and children wading "behind Kolb farm", Aug. 1914 (p. 31).

Bowers cottage, Port Elgin (p. 53).

Victoria Park Pavilion fire, 1916 (p. 56-57).

Bridgeport Casino, 1916: Junior Endeavour picnic (p. 58-59).

Victoria school class picture, 1916: teacher, Mr. S. H. Suter (p. 69).

Camp at Carling Heights, London, 1916 [military] (p. 69).

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Photograph Album #2.

One photograph album. Includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills. Some photographs identified.

Albums contain snapshots of Dorothy Russell and classmates at the Toronto Normal School, friends and relatives in various locations, including Cleveland, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, Grimsby, the reservoir (Toronto), Scarborough Bluffs, Sarnia, Niagara Falls, Rockwood, Woodstock, Parry Sound, Kettle Point, Ipperwash Beach, and Port Dover, Ontario. Includes many snapshots of Victoria Park, Schneider Ave. and David St. in Kitchener. Includes a snapshot of a car crashed through a bridge railing, of a river in flood, Swartzentruber Lake near Baden, King St. Kitchener from Frederick St. towards Walper Hotel, Merchants' Bank of Canada (Bank of Montreal) at King and Queen St. N., with streetcar and snapshots of a wedding party.

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Photograph Album #1.

One photograph album. Includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills. Some of the photographs are hand-tinted. Most photographs are not identified. Identified photographs include:

Denton: "Suddaby School, Kitchener, Ont., Oct. 19, 1923: instructors", group portrait, includes Dorothy R.; Suddaby School, Kitchener, 1923", untitled view of Victoria Public School.

Snapshots: Victoria park activities: scenic views, bridge, pavilion, duck pen, swimming, skating carnival with races and pairs, athletic field, Highgate, Lake Erie, "Rondeau 1924", lake and beach scenes including cattle on the beach, canoeing and scenery such as lakes, rocks and pines.

Group and single portraits of friends and relatives including: Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Franklin Abram Schantz, Florence Annie Catherine Schantz, Sophie Emma Schantz, Mary Schantz, Flemming Clarke Russell, Dorothy Etta Russell, and people swimming at beach.

Grand River: in flood at Bridgeport upstream from bridge, views from Cressman's Woods.

St. Mary's Hospital.

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Photograph Album #10 : loose photographs from album #1.

Loose photos originally a part of Album #1 [GA91-2003accrual-5-157]. File includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills.

Photographs 3, 5-9, 11-14, 19: Victoria Park.

Photograph 10, 18: Dorothy and Clarke Russell and Clarke's sister posing in bathing suits.

Photograph 12: Clarke Russell playing the guitar.

Photograph 10-16: Waves breaking.

Photograph 10-17: Laura Reichold and Dorothy Russell, Highgate, July 1924.

Photographs 20-21: Suddaby School Kindergarten class pictures, identified.

Photograph 22: C.F.C.O., Chatham Ont. : postcard.

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Photograph Album #7 : Dorothy White from V.S. and P.S., April 26, 1917.

One photograph album. Includes a list describing each photograph created by rych mills.

Snapshots of family, friends and scenic views taken at Rockwood and Port Elgin, in 1916, 1918, British Columbia, Niagara Falls, Paradise lake, Cressman's Woods, "at Pomeroy's, Bridgeport." Individuals identified include Ruth Schantz and Walter Spelman, Margery Spelman, "Edmonton Cousins", 1917, Edna and Stella [?], Elsie N., Cleveland Ohio, Worth Flagler Schantz, Viola Snyder and Dorothy Schantz [with hair down], Levi Moyer, Eva and Lloyd Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy at the O.A.C., Guelph, 1918, Julia Arnew, Gladys Snider, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schiedel, Lillian Snider, Annie Kuntz, Barbara Livingston.

Some photographs feature activities such as boiling soap and knitting, playing croquet.

United Brethren Conference at Kitchener in May 1917 (p. 2-5). Snapshots of this occasion are present in previous albums but are unidentified, except for the Alma St. Church sign.

Victoria park and David St./Schneider Ave: winter scenes including people on skis and snowshoes.

Schoolmates, teachers and school activities: Field day at K.C. I., 1917 : Miss Boyd, Miss Jones, Miss De Guerre, Miss Barber [all outdoors at field day], Eileen Clark, Alma Rieder, high jump.

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Schantz, Joan Elizabeth.

Full body studio portrait of Joan Elizabeth Schantz, aged four years and eleven months. Joan is seen in a dress with a bow in her hair, seated with legs bent at side.

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Schantz family.

Nine glass plate negatives showing a variety of images. Included are landscapes of a forest, a lake and a creek, possibly taken in Victoria Park, as well as an image of a rose, of a woman standing in a dress, and a postmortem image of a coffin with a deceased man in it.

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer.

Nine dry glass plate negatives showing various images. Five of the plates show images of Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher and Herbert Schantz, Franklin Abram Schantz and Edgar Clemens that are recognizable from positives elsewhere in the fonds. They are possibly from when Arthur was working for Schneuker photography studio. The remaining images are of unidentified portraits. Images were originally housed in a box of "Stanley" brand dry plate negatives.

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Schantz, Orpheus Moyer.

Two dry glass plate negatives. One shows a marble bust of Sir John Alexander Macdonald, seen in partial profile, and the other shows a copy of the Ladies Home Journal. Both were originally housed in a box of "Stanley" brand dry plate negatives.

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Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir.

Group portrait of the Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir, which was led by A.O. Bowman.

Back row: Ed Clemens, Frank Schantz, Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher.

Middle row: Aggie Brubacher, Lizzie Groh, A.O. Bowman, Lizzie Musselman.

Front row: Sophie Schantz, Susanna Musselman, Rosetta Lautenschlager, Ella Weaver.

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Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir.

Group portrait of the Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir, which was led by A.O. Bowman.

Back row: Ed Clemens, Frank Schantz, Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher.

Middle row: Aggie Brubacher, Lizzie Groh, A.O. Bowman, Lizzie Musselman.

Front row: Sophie Schantz, Susanna Musselman, Rosetta Lautenschlager, Ella Weaver.

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Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir.

Group portrait of the Alma St. United Brethren in Christ Church choir, which was led by A.O. Bowman.

Back row: Ed Clemens, Frank Schantz, Arthur Schantz, Eli Brubacher.

Middle row: Aggie Brubacher, Lizzie Groh, A.O. Bowman, Lizzie Musselman.

Front row: Sophie Schantz, Susanna Musselman, Rosetta Lautenschlager, Ella Weaver.

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Schantz family and friends.

Photograph of Schantz family members and friends outside of the home of Mrs. McNamee, who lived in Morton Park along with the Schantz's. The group is see at the side of a house standing between a three trees.

Back row: Sophie Schantz, Arthur Schantz, "Jed" Moore [?], Lor Brown, Orpheus Moyer Schantz, Frank Thompson and Clara Robbins, seen standing with a bicycle built for two.

Middle Row: Carrie Flagler Schantz, Annie Payne Brown, Mrs. McNamee [?].

Front Row: Marshall Dutton, Ruth Schantz, Edwina Meaney, Laura Gardin, Robert Brown, Geradline Meaney.

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Schantz, Etta and Sophie, and friends.

Group studio portrait of Etta (standing, far left) and Sophie Schantz (standing, second from right) with ten friends. One of the group is standing at far right, apart from the rest, wearing a picture hat and carrying a case. Another member of the group is seated with a piece of paper, possibly a folded newspaper, on lap that can not be identified.

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Schantz, Sophie and kindergarten class.

Photograph of Sophie Schantz standing with her kindergarten class and two other adults, likely teachers, in Chicago. The teachers are all white but the children are racially diverse including Black, Brown and white students. Several of the children have shaved heads.

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Schantz, Tobias.

Two identical head and shoulder studio portraits of Tobias Schantz with long beard seen looking at camera.

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Schantz, Tobias.

Two identical copies of a full body studio portrait of Tobias Schantz, showing him with his book agent's accoutrements: hat, cane and book sample case.

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Schantz, Worth.

Full body studio portrait of Worth Schantz, age twelve weeks. Worth is seen propped in a chair wearing a long white gown and looking toward camera.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Upper body studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, four years of age, seen looking off camera.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Two identical full body studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, four years of age, seated on a stool with fingers interlaced on top of crossed legs and looking off camera.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Ruth Schantz seen looking at camera with a slight smile.

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White, Dorothy and Ruth Schantz.

One snapshot of Ruth holding her newborn cousin Dorothy. Image of the children is only 5 cm (diam) surrounded by a border of leaves. Photograph is possibly a photogram.

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[Schantz home in Port Elgin, Ontario?].

Card photograph possibly of the exterior of the Schantz house in Port Elgin, Ontario. Shows a wood frame house with a porch and a wooden fence. Standing out front are one adult and five children, one of whom is holding a bicycle.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Photograph of Ruth Schantz on an illustrated mount. The photograph consists of four separate shots of Ruth in different poses that have been developed together as one photograph and mounted on a large board around which Carrie Flagler Schantz has painted pink flowers. The mount is dated September 30, 1899 and includes two lines from the poem, Seven Times One by Jean Ingelow: “I've said my seven times over and over; Seven times one are seven.”

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Schantz, Ruth and Worth.

Photograph of Ruth and Worth Schantz. Ruth is seen seated, with right arm over chair arm, and Worth is standing with head in Ruth's lap.

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Schantz cousins.

Photograph of Constance Demaris Spelman, aged five years and nine months, Richard Ogden Spelman, aged four years and eleven months, and Joan Elizabeth Schantz, aged three years. The cousins are seen outdoors seated in a row on a bench.

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Victoria School, Kitchener, Ont. : Class of 1915-1916.

One group portrait of the Victoria School class of 1915-1916, of which Dorothy White [front row, third from right?] was a student. The group, taught by Mrs. Suter, is seen posed in four rows, grouped by gender, on the front steps of the school.

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Snyder family.

Upper body studio portrait of Joe Snyder, wife Priscilla, and daughter Martha (age 1). Joe is looking toward the camera and Priscilla is seen looking at Martha.

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Schantz, Sophie.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Sophie Schantz seen looking at camera and wearing a top with leg of mutton sleeves.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Upper body studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, seen from the left side with a ribbon in her hair.

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Schantz, Ruth and Worth.

Full body studio portrait of Ruth (age 12) and Worth (age 2) Schantz seen looking off camera. Ruth is seated with Worth standing at her side, his left arm resting on her lap.

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White, Clara.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Clara White seen looking off camera. Photograph has been altered to show Clara in a flower adorned scroll.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Full length studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, age 15 months, seen standing on a wicker chair in a long black dress and looking off camera.

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Schantz, Ruth.

Full length studio portrait of Ruth Schantz, age 15 months, seen standing on a wicker chair in a long black dress and looking off camera.

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Schantz, Florence and Sophie.

Full length studio portrait of Florence Annie Catherine Schantz and Sophie Emma Schantz seen looking off camera. Sophie is seated on a chair draped in a large fur and Florence is stands to her right with left hand on back of chair.

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Wismer, Solomon.

Three quarter length studio portrait of Solomon Wismer seen looking at camera with legs crossed and left arm resting on side table.

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