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Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Hadrian and on the reverse Aegyptos reclining with an ibis and sistrum.

Pyke, Edgar William

Bactria.

Silver obol from Bactria (central Asia now parts of Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan) showing on the obverse the head of Eucratides I and on the reverse caps and palms of the Dioscuri.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Rome and on the reverse the she-wolf with Romulus and Remus.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Antoninus Pius and on the reverse Fortuna standing holding a cornucopiae and a rudder on a globe.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Bronze coin from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Janus on the reverse the letters ACAE.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Marcus Aurelius and on the reverse Honos carrying an olive branch and cornucopiae.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Commodus and on the reverse victory walking holding a wreath.

Pyke, Edgar William

Nellein, H.

Upper body studio portrait of H. Nellein, chief accountant, seen looking off camera.

Dominion Rubber Company

Anthes, J.I. Frank.

Head and shoulders studio portrait of J.I. Frank Anthes seen looking off camera. The image has been altered so that Anthes is shown in a scroll.

Rieder and Anthes family

Procession of suffragists.

Illustrated postcard featuring a procession of suffragists marching in a line with mouths open and arms outstretched, many with umbrellas in hand. The woman at the front of the line is holding a sign that reads: "Down with the Men and Up with the Women". Verso indicates postcard, numbered 641, was printed in Great Britain.

Result of the suffragettes.

Illustrated postcard of a woman standing on a stage, in front of a crowd of women, holding "relics of the last man" for available sale. Behind her are sign that reads: "Great sale relics of the last man" and "Sale today". Caption below illustration: "Result of the Suffragettes".

Featuring a cartoon by Harry Quinton, the post card was published by H.Q., 92, Burrows Road, N.W. Copyright No. 42.

Standing up for womens rights.

Illustrated postcard of a woman standing on a public transportation vehicle surrounded by seated passengers, presumably men, reading newspapers. Caption at bottom reads: "Standing up for Womens Rights"

Featuring a cartoon by F.S., the postcard was published by The London View, Co., Ltd. as part of the Where there is a Woman Series.

Suffragettes

Illustrated postcard of a man kneeling in front of a stove, cooking something on a long fork, in a messy kitchen while holding a crying baby. In the background is a woman yelling from an open door with a "Votes for Women" poster visible at left. Captioning on postcard reads: "The Suffragettes. Ours is a happy home!"

Featuring a cartoon by Donald McGill, the postcard was published by E.S., London.

Suffragist at home.

Illustrated postcard of a woman lying in bed, turned to yell at an unhappy man seated at right, presumably her husband, who holding two crying babies. Caption on postcard reads: "The Suffragist at home. We don't know what we want, but we'll get it."

Verso indicates postcard, numbered 641, was printed in Great Britain.

Suffragist orator.

Illustrated postcard of a suffragist speaking from on top of a soap box while being ridiculed by a crowd of spectators composed mostly men. The suffragist, with arms outstretched, is saying: "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world and it is WE who rock the cradle." In response people in the crowd are saying: "Does your mother know you're out!", "The old man wants you home," and "Go home & mind the baby".

Verso indicates postcard, numbered 641, was printed in Great Britain.

Why does a woman look sooner than a man.

Illustrated postcard of two people commenting on a poster on a wall that reads: "Why does a woman look old sooner than a man". The first is saying: "Why. Because she found fifteen ozs went to the pound." the second's comment is obscured due to damage on recto.

Featuring a cartoon by Harry Quinton, the post card was published by S.P. Co., 199, Aldersgate Street. Copyright No. 60.

Anthes, J.I. Frank.

Two copies of a three-quarter length studio portrait of J.I. Frank Anthes seated with a role of paper in hand and looking at the camera.

Rieder and Anthes family

Anthes, John S. family.

Photograph of John S. and Lydia Anthes with some of their children and grandchildren.

Standing: ?, Carrie Breithaupt (standing, third from left), John Christian Breithaupt

Seated middle: Ella Cook, ?, [Walter Breithaupt?], Lydia Anthes, John S. Anthes, Frieda Breithaupt, John Edward Breithaupt

Seated front: [Louisa Breithaupt?], Carl Briethaupt, Martha Rieder, Louise Breithaupt.

Mrs. Pankhurst.

Postcard with studio portrait of Christobel Pankhurst taken by Martin Jacolette, South Kensington. Caption under portrait reads: "Mrs. Pankhurst. Hon. Secretary, National Women's Social & Political Union. 4, Clement's Inn, W.C."

Suffragettes.

Illustrated postcard of a police office with a gesturing suffragette holding a "Votes for Women" poster thrown over his shoulder. Captioning on postcard reads: "The Suffragettes. Are we downhearted? No!"

Featuring a cartoon by Donald McGill, the postcard was published by E.S., London.

Clement, David Ward and Janie Elizabeth.

Photograph of David Ward Clement, dressed in Cadet Corps uniform, smiling down at his mother, Janie Elizabeth Clement and holder her hand. The pair are standing together outside of a residential home.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clement, David Ward and parents.

Photograph of Janie Elizabeth, David Ward and Edwin Perry Clement laughing together while standing outside of a residential home. David is seen dressed in a Cadet Corps uniform.

Clement Bowlby Family

Lapsley, Ethel and Clarence Moebus.

Snapshot, likely taken by Norman C. Schneider, of Ethel Lapsley and Clarence Moebus outdoors in winter standing against a gnarled tree trunk. Ethel is seen looking at the camera and Clarence is looking over at her with a smile.

Schneider family

Postcards and invitations to events.

Postcards and invitations to events received by Hon. Dr. James Horace King, M. D. and his first wife, Mrs. Nellie Mae King. All items were attached to a scrapbook album at some point. Original file folder contained a note that read: “JH King Invitations. Detailed list JHK scrapbook #2,” possibly referring to file 26.

King, James Horace

Office staff.

Image of office staff, all men, seated the length of tables working, some with calculators.

Schneider family

Kitchener City Hall, King Street.

Two snapshots of downtown Kitchener taken at night in winter. One of King St. shows parked cars, all of which are 1920's or early 30's models, decorated for Christmas. The other is of old Kitchener City Hall decorated with Christmas lights

Schneider family

Alice Riggs Hunt fonds : 2016 accrual

Accrual consists of materials created and accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt and her family. Includes correspondence to and from Alice, locks of hair, and photographs. The photographs document other members of the Hunt family including her mother Mary Osgood Riggs Hunt (1860-1953) and her brother Charles Warren Hunt Jr. (1888-1953). Also present are over 500 slides documenting Charles Warren Hunt Jr.'s trip around the world.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Schneider, Herbert.

Photograph of Herbert J. Schneider standing on a brick walkway dressed in cadet uniform with a duffel bag slung over right shoulder.

Schneider family

Employees serving in WWII.

Portraits of Schneider employees serving in the armed forces during World War II, most identified. These were published in issues of the in-house newsletter, The Voice. Also includes a group of nine photographs and postcards with messages to Norman C. Schneider from Lieut. R.A. Klaehn

Schneider family

Press clippings and related material.

Press clippings from various publications primarily regarding Cameron Hill, fellow aircrew, and prisoners of war likely collected by Cameron's parents, Britton and Grace Hill, during the Second World War. Also includes one holiday greeting card from Bob Spence and two photographs. The first photograph features Cameron and fellow aircrew at their British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) Wings Parade on June 7, 1941 in Toronto, Ontario. The second photograph features Bob Spence and Jack Wood near El Alamein, Egypt in 1942.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Mackenzie King : rogue or benefactor?

Poster for a debate in Victoria College. Poster reads: “Mackenzie King : Rogue or Benefactor? A lively and interesting debate. Trinity College v. Victoria College. Sponsored by the Victoria College Debating Parliament. Tuesday, January 27th, 8 pm, at Alumni Hall in Victoria College. Refreshments afterwards. Come and state your views!”

King, William Lyon Mackenzie

Employees serving in WWII.

Snapshot showing a barracks interior with soldiers smiling at the camera while on rest time. The group is seen seated and standing around a table with the remnants of a package sent from Schneider's that included cans and bags of food. Verso gives list of names, titled "The Boys" including "Slim" from Kitchener.

Schneider family

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Clodius Albinus and on the reverse Rome leading on a shield holding the palladium.

Pyke, Edgar William

Schneider, Herbert.

Photograph of Herbert J. Schneider standing on a brick walkway dressed in cadet uniform holding a duffel bag. Two unidentified children are visible in the background at the end of the walkway.

Schneider family

Photographs.

Photographs of Westmount and the house at 178 Claremont Avenue from the 1950s to the 1990s. Includes photographs of the hills of Westmount, the house, and the Reive family engaged in different activities.

Reive Family

Proof plate.

Proof plate of Norman C. Schneider likely used for election campaign posters.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Winnipeg

Correspondence, drafts, notes of Kay Rex, regarding Winnipeg Branch and biographical information about members, including Elizabeth Long, Pearl L'Ami, Miriam Green Ellis, and Abbie Sharman. Contains original clippings from the 1950's and photocopies of early material ca. 1904-1913, 1950's, including a photocopy of the June 25, 1904 Mail and Empire announcing the formation of the Canadian Women's Press Club, as well as photocopied material from the National Archives and the Provincial Archives of Manitoba.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Ontario coat of arms.

Ontario coat of arms of "durwood" manufactured by John Walter & Sons, Kitchener with Norman C. Schneider label on verso.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Kay Rex’s photographs, correspondence, and articles.

Materials created or accumulated by Joan Hollobon about Kay Rex. Includes correspondence to Hollobon and to Hollobon and Rex, photographs of Rex, writings by Rex, and correspondence about the Women’s Press Club of Toronto’s Kay Rex Scholarship.

Hollobon, Joan

Renovations Shaw street.

Materials related to renovations to the house Joan Hollobon and Kay Rex shared (217 Shaw Street, Toronto (ON)). Includes a Rex diary of renovations, floorplans and photographs of the property, and related correspondence. Also contains a mugshot of Kay Rex.

Hollobon, Joan

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

Claremont house.

Photographs of the house at 178 Claremont Avenue in the 1980s and 1990s. Includes one photograph of the house during the Winter of 1982, one photograph of the house during Spring or Summer, and a photograph of the house in the Winter pasted to a Christmas card.

Reive Family

The Dare Story.

One publication titled "The Dare Story" which outlines the history of Dare Foods.

Dare Foods Limited

Dick Doyle.

Personal correspondence received by Joan Hollobon from Richard (Dick) J. Doyle (journalist at the Globe and Mail).

Hollobon, Joan

The emerging IES regime for the Arctic.

Photocopy of article “The emerging IES regime for the Arctic." According to annotations, article is by Alexei Yu Roginko and was published in the Arctic Environmental Security, project IV.2.1.

English, John

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Septimius Severus and on the obverse Victory flying holding a wreath.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Julia Domna and the reverse Felicitas standing holding a sceptre and caduceus.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Caracalla and on the reverse victory on prow.

Pyke, Edgar William

Gamble family.

Correspondence sent and received by Joan Hollobon from and about the Gamble family. Includes photographs of the family, articles by George Alvan Gamble (Member of the Order of Canada, Canada Mental Health Association, Canadian Baptist Federation), and the programme for George Alvan Gamble’s funeral.

Hollobon, Joan

Notes and loose pages.

Materials related to articles not written by John English. Includes loose pages for “The political actors” by Lloyd Axworthy and handwritten notes about other publications.

English, John

Articles on Arctic Council.

Printout of articles about the Arctic Council. Articles included are:

  • “Reflections on the past and future of the Arctic Council” by John Lamb,
  • Draft of “Canada and the Arctic Council” by Andrea Charron,
  • “The Arctic Council : promoting co-operation in the Circumpolar World” by Terry Fenge,
  • “When the Arctic Council speaks : how to move the Council’s communication into the future” by Martin Breum.

English, John

Humphrey Mitchell.

Materials related to members of the 16th Canadian Ministry (1935–1948) with Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King as Prime Minister. Includes one photograph of some members.
Also contains materials related to Humphrey Mitchell (MP and Minister of Labour, 1941-1950), including a biographical sketch for Humphrey Mitchell written by Dr. Craig Heron and extracted from the Canadian Encyclopedia, a letter from J. J. McCann (MP, Minister of National War Services, Minister of National Revenue, and Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys 1945-1957), and the reproduction of a photograph from Mitchell’s funeral

King, William Lyon Mackenzie

Proposal for Graham Chair.

Draft for “Background material : chair in Contemporary International History Bill Graham, Centre for Contemporary International History, Trinity College & University of Toronto.”

English, John

Arctic research.

Correspondence received from Adele Buckley through the list-serv arctic-nuclear-weapon-free. Includes articles by:

  • “The Northwest passage in competition? No such Thing” by Franklyn Griffiths,
  • “Trapped microbes might release potent emissions” by Rosanne Skirble ,
  • “Denmark supports China’s application for observer status on the Arctic Council” by Lucas Jackson,
  • “Norway’s Honorary Consul to Arkhangelsk” by Andrey Shalyov,
  • “Exploring Arctic with Denmark” by Korea Herald,
  • “The Copenhagen Post” by Mads Flarup Christensen,
  • “Harper stands firm on sovereignty as China eyes Arctic resources” by Gloria Galloway,
  • “Canadian icebreaker joins the polar parade” by Paul Koring.
    Also contains correspondence received by the director of the Arctic Centre.

English, John

Handouts for History 1160.

Materials and handouts for the course History 1160. Includes:

  • “Handout on Afghanistan,”
  • “Handout on Iraq: Our decision not to take part,”
  • “Handout on the UN and NATO as multilateral instruments.”

English, John

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Roma and on the reverse the dioscuri mounted on horses.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Septimius Severus and on the obverse Neptune with a trident.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Septimius Severus and on the obverse victory walking holding a wreath and a palm.

Pyke, Edgar William

Syracuse.

Bronze tetradrachm coin from Syracuse (Italy) showing on the obverse a diadem head of Hieron II and on the reverse a horseman on a horse prancing right. The coin was minted in the time of Hieron II.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Silver denarius from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Severus Alexander and on the reverse Mars holding an olive branch and a sceptre.

Pyke, Edgar William

Milan.

Bronze coin from Milan (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Aurelian and on the reverse Fortuna seated left on wheel, holding rudder and cornucopiae.

Pyke, Edgar William

Greece.

Bronze coin from Greece showing on the obverse the helmeted head of Athena and on the reverse Pan erecting a trophy. The coin was minted during the time of Antigonus II Gonatas.

Pyke, Edgar William

Siscia.

Bronze coin from Siscia (modern day Sisak, Croatia) showing on the obverse the head of Probus and on the reverse Mars holding a spear and a trophy.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze coin from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Carausius and on the reverse Pax walking holding branch and sceptre.

Pyke, Edgar William

Alexandria.

Bronze follis from Alexandria (Egypt) showing on the obverse the head of Constantius I and on the reverse Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopiae.

Pyke, Edgar William

Alexandria.

Bronze follis from Alexandria (Egypt) showing on the obverse the head of Maximian I and on the reverse Genius holding paterna and cornucopia.

Pyke, Edgar William

Siscia.

Bronze follis from Siscia (modern day Sisak, Croatia) showing on the obverse the head of Diocletian and on the reverse Genius holding a patera and cornucopiae.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rhodes.

Silver didrachm from Rhodes (Greece) showing on the obverse the radiate head of Helios and on the reverse a rose.

Pyke, Edgar William

Persia.

SIlver siglo from Persia (the Achaemenid Empire) showing on the obverse an archer clad in the Persian "candys", kneeling right on one knee, at his back a quiver, in his right a spear, and in his outstretched left a strung bow and on the reverse an incuse square.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Bronze coin from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Maxentius and the reverse showing the Dioscuri Castor and Pollus seated each other each holding a bridled horse and scepter.

Pyke, Edgar William

Trier.

Bronze follis from Trier (Germany) showing on the obverse the head of Licinius I and the reverse Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopiae.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lyon.

Bronze coin from Lyons (France) showing on the obverse the head of Constantine I and on the reverse Sol standing.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze coin from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Constantine I and on the reverse Sol holding a robe and raising right hand.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze follis from London (England) showing on the obverse the bust of Crispus and on the reverse a wreath surrounding the letters VOT X.

Pyke, Edgar William

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