Poplar tree in front of grist mill.
Part of Kitchener-Waterloo Record fonds.
File consists of one photograph of a large poplar tree in front of the Snider grist Mill formerly on the west side of King Street south, Waterloo. The tree grew from a branch used as a whip by a pioneer on the 1806 trek from Pennsylvania to Waterloo. The grist mill was built in 1816 and demolished in 1927