Kitchener

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  • Formerly Berlin.

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Kitchener

  • UF Chicopee
  • UF Bridgeport
  • UF Freeport
  • UF Doon
  • UF New Aberdeen

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Kitchener

862 Archival description results for Kitchener

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Dominion tire aerial.

File consists of one aerial photograph of the Dominion Tire factory on Strange Street, Kitchener, and surrounding area.

Dominion Rubber Company

Dorothy and Frank on bridge in Victoria Park

Photograph of Frank Schantz and Dorothy Russell standing apart on rear concrete bridge in Victoria Park. The pair, dressed for cool weather, is seen at a distance, slightly from above. Bare and evergreen trees and a view of snow covered park are included in shot. The bridge has lights on top of each corner and a bear cage is partially visible in the background at left.

Schantz Russell Family

Duck Enclosure VP

Photograph of a small body of water inside of an enclosure next to tree-lined railway. A duck, two chickens and a coop are included in shot.

Schantz Russell Family

Dunke Grocery Store, 35 King St. E. between Queen and Benton, Interior and Exterior views.

Copy negatives of photographs of the interior and exterior of Dunke Grocery Store that operated in Kitchener from ca. 1800s to 1936. Caption and envelope notes accompanying negative read: "DENKEL'S STORE - interior and exterior view of Dunke Grocery Store 35 King East between Queen and Benton. May 22/1979. Copies Dunke Store. Submitted by Bill Dunke, 187 Lydia St."

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Edward Street water tower.

File consists of two photographs and a postcard of the Edward Street (now Duke Street) water tower in Kitchener.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Edward Street water tower.

File consists of a mounted photograph of the water tower on Edward Street (now Duke Street) in Berlin (now Kitchener).

Pequegnat, Marcel

Employees.

File consists of a 1939 group photograph of Greb Shoe Company employees, a photograph of an employees sports team (baseball?), and two snapshots of employees in a cafeteria and playing horseshoes outside a Greb plant. File also includes a modern reproduction of a group photograph of Greb Shoe Company employees, [ca. 1917?] standing outside of the Queen Street South location; reproduction is printed on cardstock and taped to a mat.

Greb Industries Limited

Facilities : Arthur Pequegnat Clock Co. building.

File consists of three photographs (plus duplicates) of the Arthur Pequegnat Clock Co. building at Duke and Frederick Streets in Kitchener. One of the photographs is annotated on verso: "location of Technical Products Division / please return if convenient to Electrohome (Public Relations), Kitchener".

Electrohome

Facilities : Caya Building : 130 Weber Street West, Kitchener.

File consists of three photographs (plus duplicates) of the Caya Building at 130 Weber Street West in Kitchener, location of Electrohome's showroom and sales office from [ca. 1957] until [ca. 1970]. One of the photographs has been retouched by hand.

Electrohome

Facilities : Murawsky Furniture Company building.

File consists of seven photographs (plus duplicates) of the Murawsky Furniture Company building at 152 Shanley Street in Kitchener, which became Electrohome Plant 4 ca. 1954. Includes aerial photographs.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 1 : Duke Street, Kitchener.

File consists of six photographs (plus duplicates) of the Electrohome plant at 283 Duke Street (formerly 39 Edward Street) in Kitchener (Plant 1). One of the photographs is mounted on board. Includes aerial photographs.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 2 : Victoria Street, Kitchener.

File consists of eight photographs of the Electrohome plant at 480 Victoria Street North in Kitchener (Plant 2). Includes aerial photographs, and a photograph of the construction of an addition to the plant.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 3 : 809 Wellington Street, Kitchener.

File consists of one photograph of Carl A. Pollock and others at the 1956 ground-breaking ceremony for the Electrohome plant at 809 Wellington Street North in Kitchener (Plant 3), two photographs of the 1962 expansion during construction, and three photographs of the plant after the expansion. File also includes an artist's sketch of the plant and a memorandum.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 3 and Plant 6.

File consists of two photographs (plus duplicates) and one slide of Electrohome's Plant 3 on Wellington Street and one photograph of Plant 6 in Kitchener's industrial park. File also includes a work order from a photography company.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 4 : Shanley Street, Kitchener.

File consists of three photographs (plus duplicates) of the Electrohome plant at 152 Shanley Street in Kitchener (Plant 4). File also includes an architect's sketch by Jenkins & Wright, Kitchener, of an addition to the plant with a typed cutline affixed to it.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 5 : Greb building on Mansion Street.

File consists of two photographs of the Greb Shoe Company building on Mansion and Chestnut Streets in Kitchener, purchased by Electrohome in [1956?]. One of the photographs has been retouched by hand to show anticipated changes to the building.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 6 : Kitchener.

File consists of and a glossy print of a drawing of Plant 6, located at the south end of Kitchener, with a typed cutline announcing the plant's construction; and an aerial photograph of the plant after it became operational. File also includes company brochures about the plant.

Electrohome

Facilities : Plant 6 construction : informal progress photographs.

File consists of 99 snapshots taken during the construction of Electrohome's Plant 6 in Kitchener's industrial park (Goodrich Drive and Wilson Avenue), from June to October in 1965, and the move of equipment from Plant 4 to Plant 6. Some photographs include identification on verso. Photographs are in no particular order, and duplication may exist.

Electrohome

Facilities : aerial photographs.

File consists of 14 aerial photographs (plus duplicates) of Electrohome Plants 1 (283 Duke Street), Plant 2 (480 Victoria Street North), Plant 3 (809 Wellington Street North), Plant 4 (142 & 152 Shanley Street), and Plant 5 (140 Mansion Street) in Kitchener.

Electrohome

Facilities : negatives.

File consists of ten negatives of Plant 1 (283 Duke Street), Plant 2 (480 Victoria Street North), the Murawsky Furniture Company building (152 Shanley Street, became Plant 4), the Caya Buiding (130 Weber Street West), and the Pequegnat Building (Duke and Frederick Streets, location of Technical Products Division).

Electrohome

Facilities : snapshots.

File consists of 15 snapshots of Electrohome Plant 2 (480 Victoria Street North), Plant 3 (809 Wellington Street North), Plant 4 (152 Shanley Street), an antenna in a field, and an unidentified building for sale.

Electrohome

Facilities.

File consists of photographs of the offices and factories of Greb Industries Limited. Includes photographs of the Winnipeg plant, the Breithaupt Street plant, and several unidentified plants and office buildings. File also includes a photograph of Harry Greb with a model of the Ardelt Avenue complex.

Greb Industries Limited

Family Papers.

Material related to the lives and activities of members of the Augustine and Kaufman families of Kitchener, Ontario and of the Ham family of Toronto, Ontario, in particular of the parents, aunt and grandparents of Mary Ham.

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Family Portraits.

Six family portraits of of Dr. S.F. Leavine, his wife Desta, and their two daughers, Desta and Pauline taken on separate occasions, likely at the family resident, by Kitchener-Waterloo Record photographers.

Leavine, Stanley Francis

Fennell, Grace Bowlby.

File consists of one snapshot of Grace Bowlby Fennell standing on her father's porch in Kitchener. Identification from verso.

Bowlby Boyd Family

Fennell, Patricia Grace.

File consists of one upper body studio portrait of Patricia Grace Fennell as a child. Inscription reads "Patricia Fennel aged 2 years & 9 months."

Bowlby Boyd Family

Fire Hall, Berlin, Ont., Canada.

Copy negative of a postcard of the Berlin Fire Hall with two horse drawn wagons out front. File also includes caption notes for other photos in series titled BERLIN FIREHALL.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Fire at Duke Street plant : May 23, 1952.

File consists of eight photographs (plus duplicates) taken after a fire at the Electrohome plant at Duke and Breithaupt Streets in Kitchener (Plant 1) on May 23, 1952.

Electrohome

Flood at Bridgeport

Photograph of large chunks of ice and snow. Water and partially tree trunks are included in background.

Schantz Russell Family

Fowl pen

Photograph of Chinese geese, chickens and other fowl in Victoria Park fowl pen that includes a small waterway and a barn-like shelter. The smoke tower from the old glue factory is faintly visible in background skyline.

Schantz Russell Family

Fowl pen and dovecote

Photograph of Chinese geese, ducks and chickens grazing in Victoria Park fowl pen. Enclosure includes barn-like shelter with dovecote on roof.

Schantz Russell Family

Fox Theater

Photos of the exterior of Fox theatre building and marquee promoting Ash Wednesday, featuring Liz Taylor and Henry Fonda. Some of the shots include cars park along street and pedestrians passing by on the sidewalk.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Freeport : homes.

Ten snapshots of Norman C. Schneider's homes at Freeport, Ont. Six are of the summer home ca. 1938-1940 and include one snapshot of Emmie Anthes beside a 1937 Humber. Four are of the home built later on the same site, ca. 1960.

Schneider, J.M. family

Fritzy Beau.

File consists of one full length studio portrait of Bowlby family dog Fritzy Beau. The photo shows a white, long-haired, medium sized dog seated and looking at camera with mouth open in contented manner.

Clement Bowlby Family

Gardner, Lorna.

1 snapshot of Lorna Gardner (daughter of John A. White Jr.) at a table with Marion Gofton and Edith MacPhail, and 1 snapshot of Lorna Gardner in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Kitchener.

Schneider, J.M. family

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 1 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

Greb Shoes, 1960s (file 2 of 2).

File consists of press clippings and other material relating to Greb Industries and Greb Shoes during the 1960s, and Charles E. Greb's tenure as manager of the Winnipeg plant. Includes news releases, correspondence, footwear price lists, product tags, a memorandum to retail customers, ts. speeches by Charles E. Greb and J.D. Campbell (vice-president, marketing), and other documents.

Press clippings also relate to local history and news in Kitchener-Waterloo, the death of politician Maitland Steinkopf (also founder of Canada West Shoe Manufacturing Company), and GGD advertising agency (used by Greb). Photographs are of men and women wearing Greb footwear, Hush Puppies displays, an unidentified event attended by Harry and Arthur Greb, and Charles E. Greb awarding Best in Show at the K-W Kennel Club.

Greb Industries Limited

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