Item DH-5645 - Kitchener Postal Building in Kitchener, Ontario.

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CA MAO Hist.Mss. 10.28-DH-5645


Kitchener Postal Building in Kitchener, Ontario.


  • 1950 (Creation)

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photograph : 9x14 cm

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David L. Hunsberger was the son of Noah and Minnie Hunsberger. Noah was the minister at Erb Street Mennonite Church for many years. When David was 14 they moved to St. Jacobs, where David lived for 55 years. In 1956 he married Katherine (Kate) Nafziger; they had three sons and one daughter. He was a professional photographer in the village for most of those years.

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Kitchener Postal Building in Kitchener, Ontario. The postal services of the community are housed in this modern building. Kitchener is also served by two of Ontario's main highways, Nos 7 and 8. Known as Berlin until 1916, it is the county seat of Waterloo County. Postcard. Hunsberger photo

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Price: $5.00
Megapixels: 0.2
Resolution: 600x382

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