Waterloo Public Library Digital Collection
Certificate for Selling Victory Bonds


Description
Creators:
Ilsley, James Lorimer, Signer
Schmuck, Olivia
, Recipient
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Certificates
Description:
This is a certificate that was presented to Olivia Schmuck for selling the second highest amount of Victory Bonds. The certificate is signed by James Lorimer Ilsely who was the Canadian Minster of Finance. The ceremony where Olivia Schmuck received the certificate took place at Trail's End Hotel in Conestoga, in 1944.

See associated records, under thumbnail image, for photos of the ceremony.

Olivia Schmuck lived at 27 Peppler Street in Waterloo. In 1922 she married Albert Schmuck, who died in 1933. She became the matron nurse at the Sunshine Waterloo Company in 1944. She died in 1986.
Date of Original:
October-November 1944
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Schmuck, Olivia ; Ilsley, James Lorimer
Local identifier:
Box JJ-3-14
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Majorie Schmuck
Copyright Statement:
Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Contact
Waterloo Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

35 Albert Street, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 5E2

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Certificate for Selling Victory Bonds


This is a certificate that was presented to Olivia Schmuck for selling the second highest amount of Victory Bonds. The certificate is signed by James Lorimer Ilsely who was the Canadian Minster of Finance. The ceremony where Olivia Schmuck received the certificate took place at Trail's End Hotel in Conestoga, in 1944.

See associated records, under thumbnail image, for photos of the ceremony.

Olivia Schmuck lived at 27 Peppler Street in Waterloo. In 1922 she married Albert Schmuck, who died in 1933. She became the matron nurse at the Sunshine Waterloo Company in 1944. She died in 1986.