Six photos of animals in Waterloo Park's Zoo. The animals include elk, a wildcat, rabbits and deer. The photos were taken in the Winter of 1976.
Photo of four knitted rabbits for sale at the Waterloo County Farmers' Market. Tags on the rabbits read "Hand Made Knit Knats by Jean."
Photos showing swans and ducks on Silver Lake in Waterloo Park.
Images of the replica of Abraham Erb's grist mill. The grist mill is located inside Waterloo Park, on Silver Lake, beside Caroline street.
This photo shows flamingos in the Waterloo Park Zoo.This photo was taken by Myrna Moore, a student of architecture at the University of Waterloo, ...
Unidentified boy feeding an apple to the rabbits in the Waterloo Park Wildlife Display in August 1970.
Photograph of an unidentified man sitting on one of the cannons located inside Waterloo Park.
Photo showing the winners in the Waterloo Tennis Club's 1973 Junior Championship. Back Row (left to right): B. Strauss, K. Lawson, unknown, Joe ...
Photograph of marching band on King Street moving northwards from Erb Street. Businesses visible on the left are: Pirie's Drugs (Kenneth M. Pirie) at ...
Photograph of an all female marching band on King Street, led by a majorette moving northwards from Erb Street. Businesses visible are: Pirie's Drugs ...
Unidentified marching band and majorettes marching on a field with trees and spectators in the background. Possibly Waterloo Band Festival.
Drum and horn section of unidentified marching band standing in fenced area of field. Houses appear in distant background. Possibly Waterloo Band ...
Photograph of the exterior of the Market Hotel located at Albert and Dupont Streets.
Exterior of Martin Mennonite Meeting House and cemetery located at southeast corner of King Street North and Bridge Street.
Portrait of Mary Caroline Boppre as a little girl, standing on a chair wearing a black dress.
Portrait of (left to right) Mary, Estelle and Margaret Boppre.
Group photo of Mayor Louis F. Dietrich's family. Back row, left to right: Loretta, Alfred, Mary, Alexander, Annie, Louis Jr., and Isabel. Front ...
Exterior of McCormick Library Branch and Albert McCormick Arena, located at 500 Parkside Drive, Waterloo.
Military band marching on Young Street at Albert Street. Spectators on sidewalk and balcony of house. Sign on house reads; "Dr. P.A. Voelker".
Image of the Erb Street side of the building at 4 King Street South, housing the Bank of Montreal. Formerly the site of Molson's Bank.
View of childrens' playground at Moses Springer Park with children on swings and lying on the grass.
Photograph of a group of five nuns playing the trumpet. Behind them can be seen the top of two sousaphones.
Image of a Packard sign from Dietrich's Garage, formerly at 79 King Street South, Waterloo.
A portion of an 1891 bird's-eye-view map of Waterloo showing the intersection of Cedar (later Bridgeport) and Albert streets. The second image of the ...
Four images of a World War II ration book issued to Anna Dietrich, wife of Louis F. Dietrich at 42 Erb Street East.
View of three fire fighters spraying water on the fire at St. John's Lutheran church. Note the shell of the church with flames coming from the top ...
Seven members of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada military band. Note the insignia on the drums. Likely taken during the Waterloo Band Festival.
View looking west along the railroad tracks. The former train station can be seen on the right, and the Roschman Button Factory on the left. In the ...
Three Rutsch sisters, Charlotte, Elfrieda and Clara (in stroller), at the Victoria Memorial gate of Waterloo Park.
Seven members of the Schmaltz 'N Lena Pickelheimer Family Band from New Dundee, Ontario, some dressed in clown-like clothes, possibly at a ploughing ...
Exterior of the Seagram Stadium, sign and driveway located on Seagram Drive.
Exterior of Seagram Stadium located on Seagram Drive at Albert Street. This side of the building is facing the driveway onto Seagram Drive.
Exterior of the Seagram Stadium building on Seagram Drive in Waterloo.
View of Seagram Stadium bleachers and lights.