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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Ariaratnam, Mrs., Y.M.C.A., Woman of the Week [Unpublished]
Ariaratnam, Mrs., Y.M.C.A., Woman of the Week [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 66-2391_002 and 66-2391_008 appeared in the February 26, 1966 edition of the newspaper. See "Cultures Join in Y Program" clipping in File 1966-43 in University of Waterloo Archives Vertical files collection.
Ariaratnam, Mrs., Y.M.C.A., Woman of the Week [Unpublished]
Ariaratnam, Mrs., Y.M.C.A., Woman of the Week [Unpublished]
Photo caption from published version of 66-2391_008: GETTING TO KNOW YOU - Mrs. Ariaratnam takes a break for coffee with members of the audience attending the first lecture in a series on The Twin Cities. There will be five more lectures in the course.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 66-2391_002 and 66-2391_008 appeared in the February 26, 1966 edition of the newspaper. See "Cultures Join in Y Program" clipping in File 1966-43 in University of Waterloo Archives Vertical files collection.
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo missing from envelope appeared on Page 5 of the Thursday, March 26, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Big Showman Wows 1,700.", Photo caption from published photo [no suitable substitute]: "SATCHMO SIGNS IN - Louis Armstrong , "Ole Satchmo" to his many fans, paid a visit to the K-W Press Club yesterday. He and his All Stars last night played before a crowd of about 1,700 at the Memorial Auditorium."
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo missing from envelope appeared on Page 5 of the Thursday, March 26, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Big Showman Wows 1,700.", Photo caption from published photo [no suitable substitute]: "SATCHMO SIGNS IN - Louis Armstrong , "Ole Satchmo" to his many fans, paid a visit to the K-W Press Club yesterday. He and his All Stars last night played before a crowd of about 1,700 at the Memorial Auditorium."
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo missing from envelope appeared on Page 5 of the Thursday, March 26, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Big Showman Wows 1,700.", Photo caption from published photo [no suitable substitute]: "SATCHMO SIGNS IN - Louis Armstrong , "Ole Satchmo" to his many fans, paid a visit to the K-W Press Club yesterday. He and his All Stars last night played before a crowd of about 1,700 at the Memorial Auditorium."
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo missing from envelope appeared on Page 5 of the Thursday, March 26, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Big Showman Wows 1,700.", Photo caption from published photo [no suitable substitute]: "SATCHMO SIGNS IN - Louis Armstrong , "Ole Satchmo" to his many fans, paid a visit to the K-W Press Club yesterday. He and his All Stars last night played before a crowd of about 1,700 at the Memorial Auditorium."
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Armstrong, Louis at Press Club [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo missing from envelope appeared on Page 5 of the Thursday, March 26, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Big Showman Wows 1,700.", Photo caption from published photo [no suitable substitute]: "SATCHMO SIGNS IN - Louis Armstrong , "Ole Satchmo" to his many fans, paid a visit to the K-W Press Club yesterday. He and his All Stars last night played before a crowd of about 1,700 at the Memorial Auditorium."
Army, Navy Vet Flag Dedication [Published]
Army, Navy Vet Flag Dedication [Published]
Photo caption from published version of 53-4362_001: "DEDICATE FLAGS - Flags for the Army and Navy Veterans were dedicated in a special service Saturday. Left to right during the service are Rev. Finlay Stewart, Robert Boyd, Mrs. Hilda Boddinton, Gus Kergoat and Hernest Hass.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 53-4362_001 appeared in the Monday, March 2, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Honor Given Veteran Dead."
Army, Navy Vet Flag Dedication [Unpublished]
Army, Navy Vet Flag Dedication [Unpublished]
Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff.
Arnold, Tom [Published]
Arnold, Tom [Published]
Photo caption from published photo: "Tom Arnold.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo appeared on Page 22 of the Saturday, February 27, 1954 edition of the newspaper of the Music Corner column.
Auditorium, Cleanup Feature [Published]
Auditorium, Cleanup Feature [Published]
Photo caption accompanying the four photos in article: "Patrons of the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium leave something to remember them by after each game. Boxes of litter left by 7,000 fans after a senior OHA playoff contest are pictured at top [see 53-4369_008 for closest version]. The litter totals approximately 1,000 pounds. The photo at left [53-4369_001] shows Walter Koebel (left) and Bernard Riley who have about three miles of seats to clean. The picture at right [53-4369_004] shows George Bartell (left) and Edward Perchaluk clearing debris in the corridors in between periods. Over 100 items of personal belongings are left behind in a week. In the lower photo [53-4369_005] Maureen Douglas of the office staff checks over the accumulation in the hope of finding some clue of ownership.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 53-4369_001, 53-4369_004, 53-4369_005 and a photo missing from enveloped appeared on Page 15 of the Saturday, March 28, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of photo feature titled "After You've Gone..."
Auditorium, Cleanup Feature [Published]
Auditorium, Cleanup Feature [Published]
Photo caption accompanying the four photos in article: "Patrons of the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium leave something to remember them by after each game. Boxes of litter left by 7,000 fans after a senior OHA playoff contest are pictured at top [see 53-4369_008 for closest version]. The litter totals approximately 1,000 pounds. The photo at left [53-4369_001] shows Walter Koebel (left) and Bernard Riley who have about three miles of seats to clean. The picture at right [53-4369_004] shows George Bartell (left) and Edward Perchaluk clearing debris in the corridors in between periods. Over 100 items of personal belongings are left behind in a week. In the lower photo [53-4369_005] Maureen Douglas of the office staff checks over the accumulation in the hope of finding some clue of ownership.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 53-4369_001, 53-4369_004, 53-4369_005 and a photo missing from enveloped appeared on Page 15 of the Saturday, March 28, 1953 edition of the newspaper as part of photo feature titled "After You've Gone...", Photo caption accompanying the four photos in article: "Patrons of the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium leave something to remember them by after each game. Boxes of litter left by 7,000 fans after a senior OHA playoff contest are pictured at top [see 53-4369_008 for closest version]. The litter totals approximately 1,000 pounds. The photo at left [53-4369_001] shows Walter Koebel (left) and Bernard Riley who have about three miles of seats to clean. The picture at right [53-4369_004] shows George Bartell (left) and Edward Perchaluk clearing debris in the corridors in between periods. Over 100 items of personal belongings are left behind in a week. In the lower photo [53-4369_005] Maureen Douglas of the office staff checks over the accumulation in the hope of finding some clue of ownership."

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