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Clippings.

Clipping from an unidentified newspaper titled "Squeals of Delight Over Succulent Pig Tails at Knockers Club Feats" relating to Knockers Club annual pigtail feast in Ottawa.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping of photo with caption from the March 20, 1953 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record: "RARE COMMONS PHOTO - For the first time in some years, the House of Commons at Ottawa had its picture taken yesterday afternoon. Arrow points to N.C. Schneider, MP for Waterloo North. Prime Minister S. Laurent (wearing glasses) is directly above the page's head (lower left). At his right is Trade Minister Howe and on his left is Agriculture Minister Gardiner. Directly across from the prime minister is George Drew, opposition leader. Speaker Ross Macdonald of Brantford is in the chair at centre."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clipping titled "Baked Pig Tails, Plus Tall Tales Mingle at Knockers Club Fiesta" relating to 1954 event in Ottawa. Includes captioned photo by Newton: "At Pig Tail Dinner - Ottawa Knockers Club held its famous annual pig tail dinner at the [Chateau?] last night. Lining up for the delicacy are, left to right: Raymond Brunet, guest speaker of the evening; Controller Paul Tardif, George McIlraith, MP, with Norman Schneider, MP, doing the serving."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Clippings.

Clippings relating to a performance by the Schneider Orpheus Male Choir for members of Parliament and Senate in Ottawa. Includes Kitchener-Waterloo Record news story and captioned photo clipping titled "Ottawa Hall Rings As K-W Choir Sings," by Richard Jackson.

Photo caption: "K-W GROUP ENTERTAINS PARLIAMENT - The 28-voice Schneider Orpheus Male Choir from Kitchener-Waterloo, currently on a tour of Ontario, is shown here as it entertained members of Parliament, the Senate and their wives at a special concert arranged by Norman C. Schneider, Liberal member for Waterloo North. Mr. Schneider is shown (right foreground) as he introduced the choral group. (Dominion-Wide)"

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Coast Salish News.

A copy of Coast Salish News, vol. 3, issue 12 published by the Coast Salish Employment & Training Society (CSETS). This issue includes articles regarding the CSETS mandate review, recently elected Chiefs within the South Vancouver Island Coast Salish territory, employment strategy, the First Step Youth Program, and other topics.

This issue also contains an article describing the swearing in ceremony for Andrew Telegdi held in Ottawa, Ontario following his appointment as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister with special emphasis on Aboriginal Affairs. The ceremony was attended by Qualicum Chief Kim Recalma-Clutesi and Kwagiulth Chief Adam Dick. During the ceremony, Kwagiulth Chief Adam Dick presented Telegdi with a hand-carved talking stick and Telegdi wore a traditional Chief’s vest originally worn by Chief Arnold P. (Buddy) Recalma.

Telegdi, Andrew

Correspondence.

Letters written to and from Alice Egan Hagen. Correspondents include Woman's Art Association of Canada, and the Nova Scotia College of Art.

  • Date and Place From: 1893.04.29 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From ?
  • Date and Place From: 1896.11.06 Toronto, Ont. To Hagen, Alice Mary From Thompson, E.J. Notes: Partial letter
  • Date and Place From: 1896.12.05 Toronto, Ont. To Hagen, Alice Mary From Thompson, E.J.
  • Date and Place From: 1897.07.08 Toronto, Ont. To Hagen, Alice Mary From Thompson, E.J.
  • Date and Place From: 1897.12.06 Toronto, Ont. To Egan, Thomas J. From Maughan, J. Notes: Re his daughter's work.
  • Date and Place From: 1898.07.07 Toronto, Ont. To Hagen, Alice Mary From Morson, Jessie D. [?]
  • Date and Place From: 1940.03.30 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Mulcahy, Mary
  • Date and Place From: 1940.04.10 Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia To Mulcahy, Mary From Hagen, Alice Mary
  • Date and Place From: 1940.04.13 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Nutt, Elizabeth S.
  • Date and Place From: 1940.04.23 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Nutt, Elizabeth S.
  • Date and Place From: 1946.08.07 Ottawa, Ont. To Hagen, Alice Mary From Smart, J.
  • Date and Place From: 1947.08.05 Falmouth, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Emelie
  • Date and Place From: 1948.10.08 Saskatoon, Sask. To Hagen, Alice Mary From McNaughton, Violet
  • Date and Place From: 1948.10.25 Falmouth, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Emelie
  • Date and Place From: 1953.04.29 Oakville, Ont. To Hagen, Alice Mary From Satterly, M.F.
  • Date and Place From: 1958.08.05 Cambridge, ? To Hagen, Alice Mary From ?
  • Date and Place From: 1961.08.07 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Rita and Bill
  • Date and Place From: 1961.08.15 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Balcom, S.R.
  • Date and Place From: 1961.08.16 Halifax, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Roche, Gertrude
  • Date and Place From: 1961.08.16 West Bay, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Urquhart, Earl W.
  • Date and Place From: n.d. S.l., To Hagen, Alice Mary From Emelie Notes: Top of letter torn off.
  • Date and Place From: n.d..09.10 Falmouth, Nova Scotia To Hagen, Alice Mary From Emelie

Hagen, Alice Mary

Endorsement certificate.

A certificate to the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Kitchener-Waterloo certifying that Andrew Telegdi had the endorsement of the Liberal Party of Canada in the electoral district named above. The certificate was signed in Ottawa, Ontario on May 6, 2011.

Telegdi, Andrew

Federal Provincial Conference.

  • Photograph of members of the Federal Provincial Conference (October 3-5), 1955. Identifications from enclosed sheet.
    Porter, Dana Harris
  • Winters, Robert
  • Manning, Ernest C.
  • Bennett, William Andrew Cecil
  • Frost, Leslie
  • Douglas, Thomas Clement
  • Smallwood, Joseph
  • Duplessis, Maurice
  • Gardiner, James

Porter, Dana Harris

Mechanical Transport Class, Ottawa.

Formal group portrait of the Mechanical Transport Class taken outdoors in Ottawa. Subjects unidentified and posed between two trucks. Norman C. Schneider is seated in the front row, second from right.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Nomination.

A certificate issued by Stéphane Dion, then Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, to the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Kitchener-Waterloo confirming that Andrew Telegdi had the endorsement of the Liberal Party of Canada. This certificate was signed by Stéphane Dion in Ottawa, Ontario and was likely issued after Telegdi was nominated as the candidate to represent the Library Party in the riding of Kitchener-Waterloo in the 2008 Canadian federal election.

Telegdi, Andrew

Ottawa

File includes:

  • Copies of The Galley, newsletter of the Media Club of Ottawa, 1992, 1995-1996;
  • Original and copied news clippings re members, including Charlotte Whitton, 1960's-1970's;
  • Photocopy of Letters Patent continuing the Incorporation of the Canadian Women's Press Club Under the name Media Club of Canada, 1971;
  • a December 2, 1949 [Ottawa Citizen?] news clipping and print version of photo from clipping;
  • Copies of The Ottawa Galley, 1948-1951, 1961.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Porter, Dana.

File consists of two portraits of Dana Porter as well as ten prints of the portrait taken by Karsh, Ottawa, Ont..

Porter, Dana Harris

Press conference.

A CD containing digital photographs of a press conference given by Andrew Telegdi and other members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration regarding a report released by the committee titled, Citizenship Revocation: A Question of Due Process and Respecting Charter of Rights. Other members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration present at the press conference included Diana Albonczy, Meilli Faille, and Bill Siksay. The press conference was held in Ottawa, Ontario. The photographs were taken by House of Commons Photography.

Telegdi, Andrew

Rex, Kay at Canadian Press office.

File consists of one photograph showing Kay Rex with three men at the Canadian Press office in Ottawa. The four are shown working at desks with typewriters.

Rex, Kay

Rex, Kay at Canadian Press office.

File consists of one photograph showing Kay Rex with five men at the Canadian Press office in Ottawa. Kay and another man are shown looking at a piece of paper from a typewritter while the other four men work in the office.

Rex, Kay

Schneider Male Chorus : Ottawa.

One group portrait of the Schneider Male Chorus taken on the steps of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario. The group is seen smiling at the camera, dressed in their performance suits. Norman C. Schneider is standing in the front row, at the extreme right, holding a jacket a hat.

Schneider family

Schneider, Norman C. at "Knockers Club" dinner.

Photograph taken in Ottawa on December 11, 1952 of Norman C. Schneider with four other men wearing "Knockers Club" aprons. Left to right: Charles Henry, M.P., Rosedale, Toronto, Norman C. Schneider, M.P., Waterloo North, Cliff Cummings, President, Knockers Club, Ottawa, George A. Drew, M.P., Carleton, George McIlwraith, M.P., Ottawa West.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Schneider, Norman C. snapshots.

128 snapshots, some with identifications. Contains Norman C. Schneider's photos of 1916 "118th Battalion" such as interior photos of barracks at Berlin (Kitchener), Ottawa, tents at Camp Borden; the Schneider family home "Buena Vista" with John Metz out front in two of the photos; picnics with friends, Gatineau River, plane crashes, A nice catch of fish.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Shortt, Adam and Elizabeth

File consists of exterior and interior photographs of homes occupied by Adam and Elizabeth Shortt: Copswoth in Kingston, Ont. and 5 Marleborough Ave. in Ottawa, Ont.

Shortt, Elizabeth Smith