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[?], Lily.

File consists of one three quarter length studio portrait of Lily, unknown surname, taken by W.T. Smith, Galt, Ont. Verso reads "For Emma with Lily's love."

Bowlby Boyd Family

118th Battalion clippings.

Clipping of an article (ill.) from the October 4, 1966 edition of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record titled "Memento of Kaiser bust given to Pioneer Village" and an undated clipping with caption: "The dunked bust of German emperor was salvaged from mud of Victoria Park lake."

Schneider, Norman Christoph

118th Battalion trooping the colours.

One postcard identified by Norman C. Schneider as the 118th Battalion in Victoria Park, Kitchener, Ont., 1916. Also in this image is a photographer with camera and tripod, preparing to take a picture. This postcard was sent to Floss Ahrens in Kansas City by E. Maude Garner and is stamped and postmarked Kitchener, Oct. 16, 1916.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

118th Parade at King and Queen from old film, turning onto King.

Copy negative of clip from film of the 118th Battalion marching band traveling down a city street while playing instruments. Hanging signs for Staebler Insurance, Lockhart's Garage and Dominion Cafe are visible in the background. Caption accompanying negative reads: "6) 118th parade at King and Queen from old film turning onto King."

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

43 Schneider Avenue, Kitchener, Ont.

A hand drawn floor plan for the Schantz family home located at 43 Schneider Avenue, Kitchener, Ont. This is likely the original floor plan for the house. It is possible that not all of the rooms shown on this floor plan were physically constructed when the house was built.

Schantz Russell Family

505 Conestoga Boulevard, Cambridge : excess land option.

File consists of material relating to the severance of a portion of the property at 505 Conestoga Boulevard in Cambridge, ON, by Fasco Motors Inc., and the purchase and sale of portions of this property by Electrohome. Includes correspondence (some faxed), forms and agreements (faxed, carbon, and photocopies), photocopies of site plans, ms. notes, and other photocopied material. File also includes two folded copies of a draft plan of survey of part of lot 23, registrar's complied plan 1379 in the City of Cambridge, prepared by J. Douglas Ansley Ltd., Ontario Land Surveyors (Kitchener, ON).

Electrohome

50th Anniversary speech.

Consists of Norman C. Schneider's remarks (manuscript, original) to the family on May 20, 1975 at the Charcoal Steak House on the occasion of his 50th wedding anniversary. It includes reminiscences about his family's history: the J.M Schneider home on Courtland Ave., births known as "Lantern night" with family members moving between four homes in a row bringing lanterns and hot water. Also includes a brief background on Ethel Schneider's family and how she came to live next door to Norman's family.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

809 Wellington Street property.

File consists of material relating to the property at 809 Wellington Street in Kitchener, ON; a zone change application and the potential purchase of parts of the property by Northport Landing (Waterloo, ON); and the purchase of parts of the property by First Gulf Development Corporation (Mississauga, ON).

Includes correspondence and memoranda, ms. notes, maps and folded site plans (and some photocopies of same), photocopies of extracts of zoning by-laws, copies of forms, a draft purchase agreement, and other material. Plans depict part 2 of lot 32 and 34, reg. plan 763, reference plan 58R-3130, in the City of Kitchener.

Electrohome

Aerial photograph.

One aerial photograph taken by Norman C. Schneider of the country homes of F.H. Schneider and Henry Krug at Freeport, Ontario.

Schneider, Norman Christoph

Aerial view of Breslau plant, Ontario.

File consists of 1 aerial photograph of Breslau plant and surrounding area. Verso reads: taken January 21, 1966. Negative no. 946. No extra prints.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Aerial view of Breslau plant, Ontario.

File consists of 1 aerial photograph of Breslau plant and surrounding area. Verso reads: taken May 23, 1967. Negative no. 554. No extra prints.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Aerial view of Waterloo plant.

File consists of 1 aerial photograph of Waterloo plant and surrounding area. Verso reads: taken December 13, 195. Negative no. 941. 1 extra print.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Aerial view of Waterloo plant : front.

File consists of 1 aerial photograph of front of Waterloo plant and surrounding area. Verso reads: taken in 1963. 10 extra prints.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Agreement between Canadian National Realty and the City of Waterloo.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as an Elected Alderman representing the City of Waterloo related to an agreement made between Canadian National Realty (CNR) and the City of Waterloo on November 4, 1985. The agreement involved a land exchange and a commitment by CNR to construct a building at the corner of Regina Street and William Street in Waterloo, Ontario to house the new city hall. However, Telegdi and others contested the land sale price and were concerned about the discovery of coal tar on the construction site and later in the regional water pumping station and wells. Records include correspondence, reports, and notes.

Telegdi, Andrew

Ahrens cousins.

Snapshot of Frederick H. Schneider with Ahrens cousins. The group is seen outdoors, seated in a row on top of a picnic table with what may be the Freeport Bridge visible in the background. Left to right: Agnes Law, Fred Schneider, Floss Ahrens, Carl Ahrens, Mabel Ahrens.

Schneider family

Ahrens family.

Studio portrait of the Ahrens sisters seen standing and seated in front of a decorative backdrop.

Back row, left to right: Carrie, Laura, Emma.

Middle row, left to right: Helena, Louise, Minnie.

Front row: Mary.

Schneider family

Ahrens family home.

Photograph of the exterior of the Ahrens family home at the corner of Benton and Courtland Streets in what is now Kitchener, Ontario. There are several trees in the yard and family members are visible on the lawn and on the porch. Two adults and four children are included in frame. Two of the children are standing with bicycles, one is standing on the porch and another is standing with a buggy with a doll inside.

Schneider family

Ahrens family home.

One photograph of the Ahrens family home at the corner of Benton St. and Courtland Ave. while under construction. Two unidentified people are standing next to the house with piles of wood and debris visible in the foreground.

Schneider family

Ahrens Shoe Co. staff.

One group portrait of Ahrens Shoe Co. staff taken outside at the factory on Queen St. S., Berlin, Ont. Includes 28 people, men and women, some holding shoes. There are also shoes displayed in front of the group. The three men in the centre of the front row are identified as Henry Ahrens, Mr. Bornhold, and Charles Ahrens. The boy on the end is identified as Fred Ahrens.

Schneider family

Ahrens, Aunt.

Head and torso studio portrait of an unidentified Ahrens family member seen looking off camera, seated next to a table, with left hand on top of closed book.

Schneider family

Ahrens, Charles August and Emma.

Postcard photograph of Emma and Charles August Ahrens standing outdoors on September 21, 1917, their 35th wedding anniversary. Both are seen looking off camera in opposite directions and are dressed in wedding attire. Emma is holding a bouquet of flowers.

Schneider family

Ahrens, Charles August and Emma.

Photograph of Emma and Charles August Ahrens, both wearing hats and standing outdoors, in front of a leafy backdrop. Emma is looking at camera with a slight smile on her face and arms at back. Charles is standing to her left, looking off camera with right hand on a [walking stick?].

Schneider family

Ahrens, Charles August and family.

Photograph of Charles August Ahrens and family in front of their first home on Courtland Ave. in what was then Berlin, Ontario.

Left to right: Charles August Ahrens, his wife Emma, children Lottie and Fred, and Martin Nagel.

Schneider family

Ahrens, Florence.

Head and torso studio portrait of Florence Ahrens seen standing next to a floral chair and looking at the camera.

Schneider family

Ahrens, Florence : family.

Envelope of snapshots labelled "Miss Ahrens". The photographs include: Mabel and Bill Picard wedding (4 snapshots, Mabel and Bill Pickard, Norman Schneider, Florence Ahrens); Emma Ahrens and Walter Siegner wedding,1920 (2 snapshots); "Mac" Macdonald and Edith Ahrens wedding (1 snapshot); Ahrens cottage at Grand Bend called "Berlin" (1 snapshot); Church of the Good Shepherd interior (1 snapshot); grape farm near St. David's (2 snapshots); many unidentified friends (15 snapshots); Hebert J. Schneider (1 snapshot). The negatives are of an unidentified golfer and an unidentified family group.

Schneider family

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