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Mabel E. Neiley collection.

  • SCA406-GA473
  • Collection
  • 1918-1920

Photograph album compiled by Mabel E. Neiley during her time working as a nurse in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps. Album reflects the life of a Canadian woman who emigrated to the United States in the early 20th Century and worked in the medical profession during the First World War and the 1918 Influenza pandemic.

Album includes photographs and postcards featuring photographs of the experiences of Mabel E. Neiley during her time as a U.S. Army nurse. Photographs capture nurses in uniform at the hospitals and barracks, nurses taking care of patients, nurses socializing with each other and with soldiers, and nursing posing in different areas of the hospital facilities. Album also contains photographs of soldiers by themselves.

According to annotations in some photographs, images were taken at Walter Reed hospital (Washinton DC, U.S.A), Camp Gordon (Georgia, U.S.A), and Columbus Barracks (Ohio, U.S.A).

Neiley, Mabel E.

Camilla Young photograph album.

  • SCA393-GA458
  • Collection
  • 1946-[198-]

Photograph and scrapbook album containing photographs and other materials related to the early life of Camilla Young, an African American woman from New Jersey.

Photographs in album cover Young's life from her birth in 1946 to the early 1980s. First sheets include disbound pages from a commercial baby book written and illustrated by Tony Sarg (issued by New Library Inc. for Greenberg Publishers) filled in by Young's mother with Camilla Young's first photographs and baby accomplishments. Rest of sheets include photographs from Young's childhood, teenage, and adult years. Most photographs are ordered chronologically and range in fashion styles and locations. Photographs include family and friends gatherings, school events, celebrations and parties, holiday trips, and other moments in Young's life.

Album includes a newspaper clipping with an article about Young published in The News Tribune of Woodbridge Township (today the Central New Jersey Home News Tribune) from August 9, 1979, written by Donna Eastman. Also contains Young's certificate of merit for participation and outstanding performance in the Miss Black America Pageant of New Jersey.

Young, Camilla

Kampf um's Dritte Reich.

Published copy of the Nazi propaganda card album Kampf um's Dritte Reich : eine historische Bilderfolge (Battle for the Third Reich: a historical picture sequence). Album was created by Cigaretten / Bilderdienst of Hamburg, and published in 1933. Album contains space for 273 mounted trading cards (reproducing photographs by Heinrich Hoffmann) of which 270 are present.
Through the mix of rhetoric and hand-coloured photographs, the album presents an interpretation of the ideological transformation in certain sectors of Germany's social and political spheres that led to the proclamation of the Third Reich (1933-1945). Album covers the public life of Adolf Hitler from 1914 to 1933, and the creation and evolution of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers' Party or Nazi Party) in Germany until 1933.

Kelp, Robert Julius

The unconventional years.

Printed copy of Robert Julius Kelp's autobiography titled The unconventional years: a prisoner of War chronicle. Autobiography includes an introduction by Kelp and a narration of Kelp's years in the Luftwaffe (1944-1945) and in different British and French prisoner camps (1945-1948) with photocopies of photographs, correspondence, and official reports from those years. Also contains a biographical note on Kelp.

Kelp, Robert Julius

Robert Kelp fonds.

  • SCA403-GA470
  • Fonds
  • [193-], 2005

Materials related to the Second World War from the perspective of a German soldier. Includes a Nazi propaganda card album that narrates and praises the creation, evolution, and rise of the Third Reich; and an autobiographical narration by Robert Julius Kelp (paratrooper in the Luftwaffe) during the last two years of the Second World War and the following years as a prisoner of war in France.

Kelp, Robert Julius

Funeral notices.

File consists of cards accumulated by Martha Rieder announcing the deaths and funerals of family members and friends. Several empty envelopes are also present.

  • Anthes, Catharina (d. November 24, 1894)
  • Anthes, John S. (d. April 13, 1915)
  • Anthes, Franklin, Norman (d. October 16, 1915)
  • Anthes, Magdalena (d. May 20, 1914)
  • Anthes, Martin (d. April 10, 1891)
  • Breithaupt, Catharine (d. July 5, 1910)
  • Baumann (d. November 25, 1918)
  • Herlan, Caroline (d. March 12, 1889)
  • Herlan, F., Rev. (d. January 4, 1889)
  • Kaufman, Jacob (d. April 20, 1920)
  • Kimmins, Eva Wilhelmina (d. July 8, 1919)
  • Knechtel, Daniel L. (d. July 10, 1913)
  • Merner, Charles Frederick (d. December 25, 1913)
  • Merner, Christian (d. February 17, 1912)
  • Rieder, Lauretta Elizabeth (d. April 2, 1908)
  • Rieder, Samuel (d. November 27, 1912)
  • Rieder, Talmon Henry (d. April 15, 1922)
  • Strasser, Seloma Anthes (d. March 7, 1921)
  • Weber, Aaron D. (d. May 7, 1916)
  • Zeller, Noah (d. February 8, 1914)
  • Zurbrigg, Clinton Berge (d. February 1, 1921)

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Martha family : studio portraits.

File consists of studio portraits of Martha Rieder and her children (Margaret, Edward, Helen, and Paul). Includes one portrait of Martha with her four children, one portrait of the four children, two portraits of Margaret and Edward, and one portrait of Helen with an unidentified boy, probably a cousin. Duplicates are present. File also includes manuscript notes by Martha regarding the distribution of one of the portraits.

Rieder and Anthes family

Merner, Elizabeth and family.

Group portrait of Elizabeth Merner (nee Young) with her family, including children and grandchildren, taken outdoors at her home on Main Street in New Hamburg, Ontario. Included in the photograph are Peter Rieder and Emeline Rieder (nee Merner), as well as some of their children. The people in the photograph are numbered and pasted to the bottom of the mount is a piece of paper identifying the people by number.

Back row (left to right):

  • 1. Aunt Alma Flett
  • 2. Chester Merner
  • 3. Winnifred M. Brittin
  • 4. Aunt Adele "Della" Rieder
  • 5. Bert Merner
  • 6. Aunt Esther Shave
  • 7. Don Merner
  • 8. May [Garkey?] Gauerke

Second row from back:

  • 9. Ernest Wood
  • 10. Aunt Em Merner
  • 11. Grandpa Peter Rieder
  • 12. Marianne Merner
  • 13. Aunt Margaret Merner
  • 14. Aunt Effie Merner

Third row from back:

  • 15. Uncle Henry Merner
  • 16. Uncle Ed Merner
  • 17. Grandma Emeline Rieder
  • 18. Grt. Grandma Merner
  • 19. Uncle Emanuel Merner
  • 20. Uncle George Merner
  • 21. Uncle Will Merner

Fourth row from back:

  • 22. Aunt Maude [Wood?]
  • 23. Aunt Sarah Zinn
  • 24. Thelma Merner (Goldsword)
  • 25. Aunt [Linn?] Zurbrigg
  • 26. Aunt Tillie
  • 27. Aunt Eva Rieder
  • 28. Emily Merner

Front row:

  • 29. Mildred Wood (Sweet)
  • 30. Charles Wood
  • 31. Clinton Zurbrigg
  • 32. Martha Merner McCorkle
  • 33. Miriam Merner

Rieder and Anthes family

Abstract from Registry Office, Berlin.

File consists of an abstract from the Registry Office in Berlin of all records pertaining to Lot 3 on the north side of Weber Street and west of Queen Street in David Weber's survey of the Town of Berlin. The first entry is in 1798 showing Richard Beasley, James Wilson, and John Baptiste Rosseau as the grantor and David William Smith, William Claus, and Alexander Stewart as the grantee; the last entry is in 1873 showing Catherine Hachborn [et mar?] as the grantor and William Walrond as the grantee.

Other names appearing on the abstract are: Joseph Brant, Dan Erb and Jacob Erb, and Benjamin Eby.

Rieder and Anthes family

Wedding clipping : Fashionable winter wedding.

Clipping regarding the marriage of Talmon Rieder and Martha Anthes, which took place at 34 Weber Street at the home of John and Lydia Anthes. Ella Anthes attended Martha, H. Milton Cook was Talmon's best man, and Frieda Breithaupt and May Rieder service as flower girls. The service was performed by Talmon's uncle, H.L. Merner, and L.H. Wagner.

Rieder and Anthes family

Wedding invitation.

Wedding invitation to the January 10, 1906 marriage of Martha Anthes to Talmon Rieder at the Anthes' family home at 34 Weber Street issued by John and Lydia Anthes.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Rieder in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown, is seen seated in a wooden chair. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen standing at Martha's side with right arm on back of Martha's chair and the other in his front pant pocket.

Rieder and Anthes family

Wedding album.

File consists of the wedding album of Talmon Henry Rieder and Martha Anthes. Includes signatures of guests, loose newspaper clippings, photographs, a fabric sample from Martha's dress, and two congratulatory telegrams.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Rieder standing side by side in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown adorned with a veil and arm length gloves, is seen holding the back of a chair. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen standing next to Martha with right hand behind back and holding a glove in his left hand.Studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Rieder, both seen standing in wedding dress and suit.

Rieder and Anthes family

Wedding clipping : Pretty house wedding to-day.

Clipping regarding the marriage of Talmon Rieder and Martha Anthes, which took place at 34 Weber Street at the home of John and Lydia Anthes. Ella Anthes attended Martha, H. Milton Cook was Talmon's best man, and Frieda Breithaupt and May Rieder service as flower girls. The service was performed by Talmon's uncle, H.L. Merner, and L.H. Wagner.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Rieder in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown, is seen seated in a wooden chair looking toward camera. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen in partial profile standing at Martha's side with arms at back and looking off camera.

Rieder and Anthes family

Inspecting the vaults, and other stories.

314 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987:

  • "Introduction", 6 page,
  • "Inspecting the Vaults", [1]-28,
  • "The Fragment", [29]-35,
  • "Sad Stories in Patagonia", 37-53 (p.36 missing),
  • "Eckhardt at a Window", [54]-73,
  • "The One-Legged Men", [74]-84,
  • "Knox Abroad", [85]-110,
  • "Edward and Georgina", [111]-123,
  • "Captain Joe", [124]-133,
  • "The Swath", [134]-157,
  • "Festival", [158]-183,
  • "No Country for Old Men", [184]-188,
  • "A Train of Gardens -- Part I -- Irenus Fludd", [189]-209,
  • "A Train of Gardens -- Part II -- The Machine", [210]-219,
  • "The Hobby", [220]-227,
  • "One Picture of Trotsky", [228]-259,
  • "Lusawort's Meditation", [260]-265,
  • "Anyhow in a Corner", [266]-281,
  • "Long Days in the Town", [282]-300,
  • "Twins", [301]-309,
  • "The Fugue", [310]-314.

Contains some corrections to pagination and handwritten amendments to contents page and introduction.

McCormack, Eric P.

Inspecting the vaults, and other stories.

Handwritten and typed (computer output) drafts of some of the short stories prepared for the work published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987 in various paginations:

  • "The Fragment", 7 page;
  • "Eckhardt at a Window" (2 versions of handwritten working drafts with varying pagination, one with holograph corrections);
  • "The One-Legged Men", 11 page;
  • "Edward and Georgina" (two versions of draft one of 6 p and one of 13p.;
  • "The Swath", 20 page;
  • "Anyhow in a Corner", 8 page;
  • "Twins", 8 page

Also contains handwritten drafts of "To Die in the City_" and handwritten and typed (computer output) drafts of "The Dear Saint" in varying pagination. These latter two stories were not published as part of the work Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont]. : Penguin Books, c1987. It is possible, however, that it was intended at one time that these stories would form part of this published work.

McCormack, Eric P.

Inspecting the vaults, and other stories.

308 page typed draft (photocopy or computer output), of the work published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987 in various paginations:

  • "Inspecting the Vaults," [129]-156,
  • "The Fragment," [1]-7,
  • "Sad Stories in Patagonia," [1]-16,
  • "The One-Legged Men," [20]-30,
  • ā€¯Eckhardt at a Window," [1]-17,
  • "Knox Abroad," [31]-56,
  • "Edward and Georgina," [8]-19,
  • "Captain Joe," [1]-10,
  • "The Swath," [57]-80,
  • "Festival," [1]-21,
  • "No Country for Old Men," [1]-5,
  • "Train of Gardens," [90]-122,
  • "The Hobby," [1]-7,
  • "One Picture of Trotsky," [1]-27,
  • "Lusawort's Meditation," [1]-6,
  • "Anyhow in a Corner," [1]-16,
  • "Long Days in the Town," [1]-17,
  • "Twins," [81]-89,
  • "The Fugue," [123]-128.

McCormack, Eric P.

Miscellaneous 4.

Includes correspondence relating to miscellaneous themes including:

  • readings, workshops, presentations, and other literary events in which Eric McCormack took part ;
  • short stories by Eric McCormack (includes both new stories and reprints of previously published stories) which appeared in journals and other publications including the Oxford Book of Short Stories;
  • interviews given by Eric McCormack;
  • quotes written by Eric McCormack for books;
  • expression of congratulations on First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women;
  • the Saskatchewan Book Awards at which Eric McCormack was invited to be an adjudicator; and
  • reviews written by Eric McCormack.

Also contains letters of invitation and reader response letters.

McCormack, Eric P.

Miscellaneous 2.

Includes correspondence relating to miscellaneous themes including:

  • the publication of the proceedings of a conference on magic realism to include Eric McCormack's "Sad Stories in Patagonia";
  • readings, lectures, and other literary events in which Eric McCormack took part (these primarily take the form of thank-you letters);
  • submissions made by Eric McCormack to the journal Descant;
  • requests by authors/editors of publications for submissions or ideas from Eric McCormack;
  • permission to perform "Sad Stories in Patagonia" at McGill university;
  • expression of congratulations on the publication of Inspecting the Vaults and The Paradise Motel and praise for the content and style of these works;
  • expression of congratulations to Eric McCormack on winning a regional Commonwealth Writers Prize.

Also includes list of academic staff who were honored at an Awards Recognition Dinner at the home of Alan George in 1989. Among those honored was Eric McCormack for his win of the Commonwealth Writers Prize for the Canada-Caribbean region. Also includes issue of the Ontario Bulletin (Feb. - Mar. 1989) which includes a small piece reporting on Eric McCormack's winning this prize.

McCormack, Eric P.

Miscellaneous.

Includes clippings, a small amount of correspondence,and ephemera relating primarily to Eric McCormack's personal interests.

File contains clippings (originals and photocopies) relating to miscellaneous themes. Some of these clippings appear to have been kept by Eric McCormack because they relate to local literary events or other items of literary interest:

  • the Spring 1990 issue of Printout, Words Worth Books' newsletter. The events section features information on a Mennonite/s Writing in Canada Conference on Canadian Literature, an event hosted in May 1990 by Conrad Grebel college together with The New Quarterly. Other local literary events listed here include an evening with Robert Kroetsch at the Seagram Museum, and Joseph Gold and Jane Urquhart book launch also at Seagram's.
  • the Waterloo Chronicle, Wednesday, 8 August 1990, page 9, appears to have been kept by Eric McCormack, because of an article featuring the winning entries in this newspaper's inaugural Short Story Contest.
  • another clipping featuring information on the 1992 bestsellers (Waterloo Chronicle, Wednesday, 6 January 1993, page 15).
  • reviews of works by writers connected with St. Jerome's College. Two clippings feature information on the literary achievements and works of Stan Fogel, a professor of English at St. Jerome's College, and of Kevin Land, a playwright and graduate of St. Jerome's College.
  • another clipping, which appeared in The Maclean's Guide to Canadian Universities in 1997 and which was faxed to Eric McCormack by his publisher Penguin Books Canada. This clipping focuses on the University of Waterloo with emphasis on its co-op program and its academic courses.
  • a handwritten note (June 19, 1997) to Eric McCormack from Nona Spence Thomas? thanking him for reminding her of the "Scottish character", confirming that she did train at the Western Infirmary as a nurse in the 1950's, and that thereafter she worked as a midwife. She also wishes him every success.
  • a short note to Eric McCormack from Paul relates to specifications for the length of a piece to be written by the author, and the date by which it is required. It would seem that the piece in question was most likely a review for Books in Canada.
  • a book catalogue from Collins publishers for Jan. - June 1991.
  • flyers in the form of advertising/promotional materials for The New Quarterly. These flyers provide information on the goals of this publication, and on the content and themes which are contained in this magazine, which features "new directions in Canadian writing". Among the authors, who write for this magazine who are listed in this advertising material is Eric McCormack. Five of the stories which were published in The New Quarterly, later appeared in his collection of short stories, Inspecting the Vaults.
  • applications for subscriptions to The New Quarterly.
  • University of St. Jerome's College Calendar (1996-1997). The first page (p. 51) of the section entitled "Course Descriptions and Faculty" features a photograph of Eric McCormack, Professor of English at St. Jerome's College, giving a lecture. Additionally, the information on the English department of St. Jerome's College contained in this calendar (pp. 52-55) includes a portrait photograph of Eric McCormack and information on the courses he teaches.

McCormack, Eric P.

Clippings.

Includes typed (computer output) interview e-mailed to Eric McCormack on Wednesday, July 22, 1998. This is an interview which was conducted previously with the author. Themes covered in this interview include:

  • Eric McCormack's experiences of Canada both in personal and literary terms;
  • the importance of satire and parody in his writing;
  • the extent to which the writer figure is a symbolic projection into the fictional world;
  • the materiality of words as both destroyers and preservers;
  • the extent to which his works are metafictions, fictions about making fictions;
  • intertextuality in his works;
  • Postmodernism and his works;
  • the extent to which his writing is genre-centered;
  • the connection between his landscapes and the sense of dread they evoke;
  • whether or not First Blast... is more of a mainstream Canadian novel about a character's growth and development;
  • whether there is an aesthetic doctrine lurking behind his works.

McCormack, Eric P.

Brochures.

File consists of brochures collected by the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario : North Waterloo Region Branch for other heritage organizations, buildings, museums and more. Organizations include:

  • Middlesex County,
  • London Ontario,
  • Eldon House,
  • LRHAM,
  • Homer Watson House and Gallery,
  • HPAC,
  • Market Hotel,
  • Castle Kilbride,
  • WRHF,
  • ACO,
  • Seagram Museum,
  • CBC Museum,
  • Mackenzie Printery and Newspaper Museum,
  • Toronto Museums,
  • Talbot Trail,
  • Bruce County Museum,
  • Spencer Clark Collection of Historic Architecture,
  • The Guild Inn,
  • Woodside,
  • Hamilton Ontario,
  • Victoria Park,
  • Church of the Holy Saviour,
  • Pioneer Tower,
  • ACO Toronto,
  • Sparta,
  • Button Factories,
  • the Van Egmond House,
  • St. Mary's.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario : North Waterloo Region Branch

Canadian Consolidated Rubber buildings.

File consists of a leather bound photograph album of buildings owned by the Canadian Consolidated Rubber Company. The photographs are mounted in linen and include images of:

  • Dominion Tire, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • The Kimmel Felt Co. Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • Berlin Felt Boot Co. Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • The Elmira Felt Co. Limited, Elmira;
  • The Canadian Rubber Company of Montreal Limited, Montreal;
  • The Granby Rubber Company Limited, Granby;
  • The Maple Leaf Rubber Company Limited, Port Dalhousie;
  • The Merchant's Rubber Company Limited, Berlin [Kitchener];
  • Dominion Rubber Company Limited. St. Jerome.

Dominion Rubber Company

Viking : radio phonograph combinations, 1946 to 1953 (file 2 of 2).

File consists of booklets containing installation and operating instructions and service information for Viking radio-phonograph combinations. Booklets include specifications, technical diagrams and descriptions, parts lists, and instructions, and may apply to one or more models. File also includes operating instructions for the Prom and Audette record players from Phonola.
Model numbers (in original order) include:

  • Viking 51-102
  • Viking 51-102 R
  • Viking 51-103
  • Viking 51-104
  • Viking 51-104 R
  • Viking 51-105
  • Viking 51-105 R
  • Viking 51-106
  • Viking 51-107
  • Viking 51-108
  • Viking 51-109
  • Viking 51-110
  • Viking 51-111
  • Viking 51-112
  • Viking 51-141
  • Viking 51-142
  • Viking 52-110 A
  • Viking 52-115
  • Viking 53-110 AR
  • Viking 53-120
  • Viking 53-122
  • Viking 53-123
  • Viking 53-124
  • Viking 53-125
  • Viking 53-126
  • Viking 53-127
  • Phonola Prom PRP1 & PRP1-Z
  • Phonola Audette PRP & PRP-Z

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Viking : radio phonograph combinations, 1946 to 1953 (file 1 of 2).

File consists of booklets containing installation and operating instructions and service information for Viking radio-phonograph combinations. Booklets include specifications, technical diagrams and descriptions, parts lists, and instructions, and may apply to one or more models.
Model numbers (in original order) include:

  • Viking 46-61
  • Viking 46-41
  • Viking 46-72
  • Viking 46-81
  • Viking 46-91
  • Viking 49-88 W, M, B
  • Viking 49-90
  • Viking 49-89
  • Viking 49-92
  • Viking 49-93
  • Viking 49-94
  • Viking 50-12
  • Viking 50-60
  • Viking 50-65
  • Viking 50-77
  • Viking 51-82 A
  • Viking 50-78
  • Viking 50-79
  • Viking 50-80
  • Viking 50-82 RRR
  • Viking 50-92 R
  • Viking 50-95
  • Viking 50-96
  • Viking 50-97
  • Viking 51-66
  • Viking 51-80 R
  • Viking 51-98
  • Viking 51-99
  • Viking 51-101

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Radio : service manuals.

File consists of 11 service manual and part lists for various models of superheterodyne receivers. Manuals include parts price lists. Some manuals are stamped "Grimes Radio Corporation Limited".
Model numbers include:

  • 3A61, 3A62
  • 40, 40-A (8 tube)
  • 452 (5 tube)
  • 455, 456 (5 tube)
  • 465 (6 tube)
  • 273-1, 273-2; 274-1, 274-2 (7 tube)
  • 2123, 2124 (12 tube)
  • 2B93, 2B94 (9 tube)
  • 273-1, 273-2; 274-1, 274-2 (7 tube)
  • 293-294 (9 tube)
  • 2B63, 2B64 (6 tube)

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Party game.

File consists of a cardboard disk with a hole in the centre and divided into segments, each of which contains a prediction or saying relating to one's love life. Item probably used in a party game.

Rieder and Anthes family

Publicity : Internal Publications

Series consists of company newsletters and bulletins, produced and distributed for internal communications and publicity purposes.

The employee newsletter Sparks and Chips was begun by Carl A. Pollock to foster inter-employee relationships and management-employee relations. The first issue was published on December 18, 1942, with Pollock as the first editor. It ran until ca. 1977. In 1980, a new company newsletter, Electrohome Update, was introduced to provide employees news on company people, products, and policies. In 1990, this newsletter was merged with Electrohome World, which contained news of the corporation's marketing activities for the dealer/distributor network in North America and abroad; the new Electrohome World was published for employees and dealer/distributors. Sparks and Chips: the next generation was introduced in 1994 as an informal newsletter for reporting plant activities, news, and ideas.

Several other internal newsletters and bulletins were published over the history of Electrohome.

Publications in the series include:

  • Sparks and Chips (employee/company newsletter), 1943-1977, 1994-1997
  • Super-News (supervisor's newsletter), 1946-1962
  • Electrohome World/E World (dealer/distributor newsletter), 1963-1964, 1968-1974, 1983-1989
  • E Dealer News (US dealers), 1967-1968
  • AV E News (US commercial distributors), 1973
  • E Service Now (Electrohome Service newsletter), 1974
  • Cambridge Capers (Plant 10 newsletter), 1975-1977
  • Electrohome Update (company newsletter), 1980-1989
  • AABEXpress (AABEX newsletter), 1983
  • Electrohome International (international marketing bulletin for distributors), 1985-1987
  • Motor Mania (Plant 10 newsletter), 1985
  • CAPsule (CAP Communications newsletter), 1985
  • Electrohome Display Systems (Display Systems newsletter), 1986
  • Electrohome World/E World (company newsletter), 1990-1992

Series may not include a complete run of any one publication, and some issues may be missing.

Electrohome

Dominion Tire Company factory album.

Album containing photographs of the construction of the Dominion Tire Company manufacturing plant in what was then Berlin, Ontario. Includes photographs of the construction process, the surrounding land, the interior and exterior of the building during construction, equipment used the tire manufacturing process and employees on the factory floor, etc. Although the majority of the people are unidentified the following people appear in the album: Talmon Henry Rieder (page 1), [Ed Cable?] and Irene Bain (page 3), Dr. Wood (page 6), and J.I. Franklin Anthes (page 9 and 53).

Rieder and Anthes family

Executive biographies.

File consists of biographies of Electrohome senior personnel. Includes biographies of

  • John A. Pollock (Chairman and CEO),
  • William D. McGregor (President, CAP Communications),
  • David B. Lowater (Sector General Manager, Display Systems),
  • Richard P. Brubacher (Controller, Electronics Division),
  • Bruce E. Cowie (President, Sunwapta Broadcasting),
  • Donald Lloyd Willcox (General Manager, CAP Communications),
  • James G. Gingerich (Vice President, Finance and Administration),
  • Robert D. Bolden (Secretary and Assistant Treasurer),
  • W. Michael Nobbs (Group Vice President),
  • Ken R. Mitchell (Sector General Manager, Projection),
  • W. M. Don Harrold (Sector General Manager, Jazz Systems and Technology Ventures),
  • Joseph H. Buccino (Manager, Development Engineering),
  • Eric S. Bridges (Manager, Lightening Circuits), and
  • Edward G. Goveia (General Manager, Planar Circuits).

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Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Rieder standing side by side in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown adorned with a veil and arm length gloves, is seen holding the back of a wicker chair. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen standing next to Martha with right hand behind back and holding a glove in his left hand.

Rieder and Anthes family

Rieder, Talmon Henry and Martha Anthes.

Full length studio portrait of Martha Anthes and Talmon Henry Reider in their wedding attire. Martha, dressed in a white gown, is seen seated in a wooden chair. Talmon, dressed in suit with a three-quarter length jacket, is seen standing at Martha's side with left arm at back.

Rieder and Anthes family

Millinery design portfolios collection.

  • SCA407-GA474
  • Collection
  • [194-?]

Two millinery design portfolios created by G. Stommel and Doris Schnelder, possibly as part of a sewing course in junior college or high school. Portfolios show a comprehensive display of different fashions and styles in headcover making, including manufacturing materials, techniques, and methods.

Speeches : 1971.

File consists of typed speeches written and presented by Carl A. Pollock in 1971 relating to economic development in Canada. Some speeches contain annotations. Speeches included are:

  • "Why it is Important that Canadians Retain Ownership Control of Canadian Industry," 8 leaves, remarks presented at the panel "Canada for Canadians" at the Canadian Institutional Investor Conference in Montreal (2 copies)
  • "Address by Carl A. Pollock, President, Electrohome Limited, to the Brantford Junior Chamber of Commerce," 15 leaves

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Speeches : 1972.

File consists of typed speeches written and presented by Carl A. Pollock in 1972 relating to foreign investment and innovation in Canadian industry. Some speeches contain annotations. Speeches included are:

  • "Comments re The Report of the Interdepartmental Task Force on Foreign Investment," 4 leaves
  • "Innovation in Industry," 21 leaves, remarks presented at the Seminar on Innovation at the Waterloo Research Institute, University of Waterloo (2 copies); one copy includes an attachment containing remarks and a memo by L.A. Annett (Manger, Research and Development) relating to profit

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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)

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