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Keystone.

Robert Hanselman's copy of volume X of the yearbook Keystone published by the Waterloo College and Associate Faculties. Includes photographs with Hanselman in clubs and extracurricular activities.

Photographs.

Two photographs of the University of Waterloo's first buildings. One photograph shows the Waterloo Lutheran Seminary where the first engineering classes were held in 1957. Other photograph shows one of the University of Waterloo portables being moved to near the train tracks at the new campus in 1958.
Also contains a note by Hanselman identifying the photographs.

Standard mathematical tables.

Published copy of book C. R. C. Standard mathematical tables published by Chemical Rubber Publishing Company in 1957. According to annotations in book, it was used by Hanselman at Waterloo College and Associate Faculties (1958), University of Waterloo (1960), and the course Engineering 4-A (1961).

Slide rule.

Robert Hanselman's slide rule (model Polylog No. 930, created by Diwa of Denmark) and leather case. According to Hanselman, he used the slide rule in his first class (likely Physics) which could have been one of the University of Waterloo's first classes.

Briefcase.

Robert Hanselman's briefcase with three inner compartments and two hand handles.

Keystone.

Robert Hanselman's copy of volume IX of the yearbook Keystone published by the Waterloo College and Associate Faculties. Includes photographs with Hanselman presenting during a class or lecture and as part of the Engineering class.

Crime and Justice dinner.

Eight slides featuring Andrew Telegdi, Judge Mark McGuigan, and other unidentified individuals possibly attending the Crime and Justice Dinner held on April 10, 1982 during Crime and Justice in the Community Week. Judge Mark McGuigan was the keynote speaker at the dinner.

Telegdi, Andrew

Newsgirls manuscript evaluation.

Draft chapters of Newsgirls for Dorothy Howarth, Dusty Vineberg, Ruth Hammond, Joan Hollobon, June Callwood, Kay Kritzwiser, Marilyn Dunlop, Maureen Keller, Michele Landsberg, Angela Burke, Olive Dickason, Simma Holt, Stasia Evasuk, Valerie Gibson, Yvonne Crittenden. Includes introduction and proposal.

MacKinnon, Donna Jean

Invitation to farewell meeting.

An invitation to the farewell meeting to delegates and friends attending the Grand International Meetings of W.W.C.T.U. (World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union) and National B.W.T.A. (British Women's Temperance Association). The meeting was held at Exeter Hall in London, England with addresses by Lady Henry Somerset (Isabella Caroline Somerset) and other leading White Ribbon Workers.

Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Invitation to reception at the Mansion House.

One invitation addressed to Miss. E.P. Nichols to a reception at the Mansion House of the Lord Mayor of London (Walter Wilkin) and his wife the Lady Mayoress (Margot Wilkin nee Dale) on June 20, 1895. The reception was for colonial and foreign delegates of the World's Women's Christian Temperance Union.

Plan of Work Department of Non-Alcoholic Medication.

One booklet on the plan of work for the Department of Non-Alcoholic Medication of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. The booklet was published JAnuary, 1901 by Mrs. Martha M. Allen, Superintendent and discusses the department's work in disproving that alcohol was useful for medical purposes.

Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Saved by Song.

One small folded leaflet printed by the Virginia branch of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union with the short story "Saved by Song" which is noted as being a true story. The story is that of a young woman who had succumbed to a life of sin and was saved by hearing a hymn sung by members of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.

Woman's Christian Temperance Union

The White Ribbon Hymnal.

One small hymnal of hymns sung by the National British Women's Temperance Association. The hymnal was compiled by Anna Gordon, Assistant Secretary World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union. The hymnal bears a pencil ownership mark of E.P. Nichols, American Delegate.

National British Women's Temperance Association

Book of coupons.

One coupon booklet given to attendees of the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union convention. All of the coupons in this book have been removed, but a table of contents notes that it included coupons for hotels, dinners and a portrait.

Business card for Sarah K. Taylor.

One business card for Sarah K. Taylor. The verso reads her name and the recto reads her address as well as information on the church that she preached at including sunday school and preaching times as well as prayer meetings. A small note on the recto also indicates that if anyone is in sickness or trouble they should contact her.

Correspondence, 1920-1929.

  • Date and Place from 1928 October 13 New York, USA To Maines, Minnie From Florence Compton Attachments Envelope, no stamp with newspaper clipping regarding Compton inside. Includes a photograph (probably of Florence Compton). Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 October 14 Baltimore, Maryland To Maines, Minnie From Belle Crusa Attachments Envelope, no stamp. Includes photograph of "Katie King, the Spirit". Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 July 10 London, England To Pincock, Jenny From Saunders, R.H. Attachments Includes notes on a sitting. Envelope, with stamp. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 August 2 London, England To Pincock, Jenny From Saunders, R.H. Attachments Envelope, with stamp. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 June 29 Victoria, England To Pincock, Jenny From Sharp, T.S. Attachments Envelope, with stamps. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 August 24 Victoria, England To Pincock, Jenny From Sharp, T.S. Attachments Envelope, with stamp Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 October 15 Victoria, England To Pincock, Jenny From Sharp, T.S. Attachments Envelope, no stamp. Receipt for 1 dollar donation. Includes notes about a guild. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1927 October 20 [St. Catharines, Ont.] To Everybody From Pincock, Jenny Notes ALs, from four sisters, n.b. re: E.J. Pratt
  • Date and Place from 1927 September 26 St. Catharines, Ont. To Maines, Minnie From Pincock, Jenny Notes ALs, re: first seance. In envelope labelled "First, and only, seance with Newton, Sep. 1927. Very precious. Keep."
  • Date and Place from 1929 May 17 New York, USA To Maines, Rev. Fred J.T. From Schulte's Book Store Attachments Envelope, with stamp. Includes a list of books in stock Notes : TLs
  • Date and Place from 1927 February 13 To Cartheuser, William From Fletcher, Anna Louise Notes TL copy: "A copy of Mrs. Fletcher's letter to William."
  • Date and Place from 1928 October 16 St. Catharine's, Ont. To Gildner, Colleen (Maines) From Pincock, Jenny Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 May 16 London, England To Pincock, Newton From Sharp, T.S. Attachments Includes packet of info. materials. Envelope, with stamps. Notes ALs
  • Date and Place from 1928 May 25 London, England To Pincock, Jenny From Saunders, R.H. Attachments Includes notes on a sitting. Envelope, with stamp Notes ALs

Maines Pincock Family

Royal Visit

File contains negatives of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, visiting Riverside Park in Cambridge on their Royal Tour of Ontario in 1973. Various dignitaries, including the mayor of Cambridge, welcomed the Queen an Prince. Includes scenes of the Queen signing a guest book and talking with the crowd gathered to see her. Also included are shots of the Queen greeting Louise Howell, who turned 100 years old on the day of the Queen's visit.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

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