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Now the Walper Terrace hotel, this photo shows

  • CA MAO 1994-1 3
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  • 1890

Now the Walper Terrace hotel, this photo shows the then Commercial Hotel being demolished in the early 1890's. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 214A.

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More of the buildings that were torn down to

  • CA MAO 1994-1 5
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  • 1937

More of the buildings that were torn down to make room for the new post office as well as a view of the corner of Duke and Frederick Streets. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 258B.

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The home of Henry Hett from his arrival in Berlin

  • CA MAO 1994-1 8
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  • 1910

The home of Henry Hett from his arrival in Berlin in 1853 to his death in 1914. The house was built in the old style with low ceilings and the house set to the side of the street. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 318.

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Group of children in Kitchener

  • CA MAO 1994-1 11
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  • 1929

A semi-formal picture of a group of children. 1. Mrs. J.H. Sherk; 2. I.R. Sherk; 3. I. Groh; 4. J. Thaler; 5. R. Hagey; 6. N. Groh; 7. C. Thaler...24. Floyd Bricker. Complete list of children in Hannes Schneider, p. 98.

Denton, Ernest

Alex. Millar's home, Queen St. North, in the

  • CA MAO 1994-1 18
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  • 1890

Alex. Millar's home, Queen St. North, in the 1890's; later St. Peter's church parsonage. The building was demolished in 1938. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 323.

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A sketching of the "Red" school house by J.G.

  • CA MAO 1994-1 43
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A sketching of the "Red" school house by J.G. Stroh. The building was demolished in 1857. Used in Hannes Schneider, p. 120G. Write-up included with photo.

Stroh, J.G.

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