Photo caption from published photo: "ON UNIVERSITY TOUR - Wives of doctors attending the College of General Practice clinic yesterday were entertained by Twin City women and toured the University of Waterloo. Studying a student's experiment in the physics building is Mrs. H.M. Taylor of Tavistock. Waiting their turns are (left to right) Mrs. K.G. Stewart, Mrs. P. A. Voelker and Mrs. P.J. Sharkey of Kitchener; Mrs. M.E. Hobbs of Millbrook, Mrs. Earl Hunt of St. Catharines and Mrs. J.A. Lamont of Hamilton.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 60-1346_004 appeared in the April 7, 1960 edition of newspaper.
Photo caption from published photo: "KEY WOMEN CONFER - Executive members and key women of the Women's Auxiliary to Waterloo College and Seminary met yesterday at the college to exchange ideas. Taking notes is Mrs. O.O. Ireland of Stratford, auxiliary president. Standing are (left to right) Mrs. G.W. Becker of Chesley, Mrs. J.S. Gibson of Fort Erie, Mrs. William Seltzer of Tavistock and Mrs. Garfield Raymond of Kitchener.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 60-1347_002 appeared in the March 17, 1960 edition of newspaper.
Photo caption from published photo: "James Hillgartner, 6, points to waterworks pond from which he was rescued yesterday.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., 54-6695_001 appeared in the Friday, March 26, 1954 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "Boy Survives Fall Through Ice in Pond.", The pond was located "behind the Bacon Veneer and Lumber Company (Canada) Ltd., 280 Victoria St. South."
Photo caption from published photo: "BRIGHT CHRISTMAS - Thanks to the kindness of Twin City and district folk, Nancy and Sandra Watson had a happy Christmas. The children and their mother, Mrs. Rose Watson, were left in a plight two months ago when Alex Watson, a thrice-wounded army pensioner, was killed. Recently the family's bleak prospects were outlined in The Record and the result was more than $1,200 in cash donations and gifts to ensure a happy holiday for the family. Shown are (left to right) Mrs. Watson; Sandra, 8; Nancy, 5, as Santa Claus paid a special visit to their home.", Title supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff., Photo from this envelope appeared on Page 3 of the Saturday, December 26, 1953 edition of the newspaper., Published negative is missing from envelope. See 53-5400_001 for closest version., The referenced article, about the Watson's situation, appeared on Page 3 of the Monday, December 14, 1953 edition of the newspaper titled: "Father Killed In Accident - Christmas Outlook Is Grim for This Family."