Kitchener-Waterloo Record Photographic Negative Collection

The Kitchener-Waterloo Photographic Negative Collection consists of more than 2 million negatives taken between 1938 and 2001 by staff photographers at the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and its predecessors. Providing a historical look at the Region of Waterloo, the Collection includes documentary photographs of local news events, community activities, regional development, human-interest stories, businesses, schools, and sports teams.


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Architecture Feature [Published]
Architecture Feature [Published]
Photo caption from published version of 53-4355_013: "AMERICAN GEORGIAN - The finest example of American Georgian architecture in the district is at the Blue Moon Hotel, Petersburg. Greek classic revival doorways and curved wood fanlights are features of this type.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 53-4355_003, 53-4355_007, 53-4355_008, 53-4355_009, 53-4355_010, 53-4355_012, 53-4355_013, 53-4355_014 and 53-4355_019 appeared on Page 11 of the Saturday, January 23, 1954 edition of the newspaper as part of the feature: "Prosperity Said Preordained - Settler's First Aim of Building Comfortable Home Still Remains.", The Blue Moon Hotel is located at 1677 Snyder's Rd E, Petersburg, ON.
Architecture Feature [Published]
Architecture Feature [Published]
Photo caption from published version of 53-4355_003: "GREEK REVIVAL - This Preston home, owned by Mrs. Frank Drummond, was built by Sir Adam Beck's father. It is pure Greek classic revival. The Greek classical lines are found mainly at the front door and eaves.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 53-4355_003, 53-4355_007, 53-4355_008, 53-4355_009, 53-4355_010, 53-4355_012, 53-4355_013, 53-4355_014 and 53-4355_019 appeared on Page 11 of the Saturday, January 23, 1954 edition of the newspaper as part of the feature: "Prosperity Said Preordained - Settler's First Aim of Building Comfortable Home Still Remains."
Architecture Feature [Published]
Architecture Feature [Published]
Photo caption from published version of 53-4355_007: "SLIT BARN - Built in 1850, the slit barn on M.W. Keefer's Blair estate, on the homestead occupied by W.F. Hussey, is the only one of its kind in Waterloo County. The slits are four inches wide outside and one foot inside. Their purpose is to lessen danger of spontaneous combustion in hay and in the early days of Indian fighting.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 53-4355_003, 53-4355_007, 53-4355_008, 53-4355_009, 53-4355_010, 53-4355_012, 53-4355_013, 53-4355_014 and 53-4355_019 appeared on Page 11 of the Saturday, January 23, 1954 edition of the newspaper as part of the feature: "Prosperity Said Preordained - Settler's First Aim of Building Comfortable Home Still Remains.", The slit barn is located in Cambridge on the grounds of what is now the Rare Charitable Research Reserve.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Architecture Feature [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.

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