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Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 194-]  Employee using a heading saw to cut wood for the barrels. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  Two employees of the cooperage working on different processes of creating the barrels. Man on the left is Emiel Moser operating the machine that shapes the ends of the barrel staves and cuts the croze, or groove, in which the barrel head will fit. Man on the right is Elmer Moser and he is brushing...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  March 1920  Whiskey barrel, 45 gallons. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles taking over. In 1914...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  March 1920  A wine barrel. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles taking over. In 1914 the company...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 193-]  Photograph of Lloyd Maier rolling out the barrels from the warehouse and a truck loaded with barrels. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  Employees repairing barrels, man on right flagging between the stave joints. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists)...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  Employee Kress in the first step in forming a barrel, fitting staves into a circular metal form to assume the rough shape of the finished product. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  Wilfrid Hurgott sanding a barrel to a smooth finish. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 194-]  "Novelty" keg, 1 gallon size used in the home. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  March 1920  Ten gallon gum barrel. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles taking over. In 1914 the...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  March 1920  Fish barrel produced by the cooperage. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles taking...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  Barrel staves piled on trucks before going in to be dried in large kilns. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 194-]  "Novelty" keg, 1 gallon size used in the home. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles...
Mueller Cooperage, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  Employee Norman Lorentz rounding barrel heads on a machine so they fit the barrel tightly. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 194-]  A fish barrel that was exported to New Brunswick and Newfoundland. Barrels were in 18 and 25 gallon sizes and did not have a bung hole. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 194-]  Stacks of wood used for wooden tanks stored at the end of Avondale Avenue north. The Sunshine Waterloo company buildings can be seen in the background. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  [ca. 194-]  A 28 gallon pork barrel, bung hole was for salt brine. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  March 1920  Ten gallon white oak keg used as a wine barrel. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  One of the company's fleet of trucks fully loaded. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles...
Canada Barrels and Kegs, Waterloo, Ontario 
Image  1942  One of the company's fleet of trucks fully loaded. Company founded in 1872 by Karl Mueller called Mueller Cooperage and operated out of a frame building at Regina and Erb streets. A brick plant was built in 1906 on Shantz Avenue (later Canbar Avenue, no longer exists) with Karl's son, John Charles...

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