World War II plaque, Wilfrid Laurier University
Description
Creator
Wilfrid Laurier University, Photographer
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Black and white photograph of a bronze plaque honoring Waterloo College and Waterloo Lutheran Seminary students who served in World War II. It is hanging in the foyer of the Arts Building at Wilfrid Laurier University.

The plaque reads:
UNTIL THE DAY BREAKS AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY
IN HONOUR OF THOSE OF WATERLOO COLLEGE AND SEMINARY WHO FELL IN WORLD WAR II
AND OF THOSE WHO DARING TO DIE SURVIVED

Frederick C. Ahrens, Rudolf E. Aksim, Otto H. Alberti, *Craig Mc Alles, Nelson A. Alles, William G. Armstrong, William R. Artindale, John D. Baetz, Reuben Baetz, *Wilfred W. Bean, William Mc Bean, Ross A. Beggs, Earl D. Berck, A. Franklin Berscht, John G. Blinkhorn, Rudolph A. Breithaupt, Herbert J. Brennan, Howard L. Brox, Gordon M. Burns, Charles D. Campbell, John W.J. Carlisle, Albert E. Carter, Michael J. Cavanagh, Edward G. Chadder, Claude A. Chislitt, Roy E. D. Cookman, Carl R. Cronmiller, William A. Detenbeck, David J. Dooley, Arthur W. Downe, William C. Duffus, J. Ross Dunford, George F. Durst, Robert V. Eby, Woodrow W. Foell, Sydney H. Foyer, William G. Frank, Edgar A. Gartung, Herbert W. Gastmeier, Harold J. George, Ernest F. Goman, Walter J. Goos, Stuart R. Goudie, Douglas H. Gurton, Douglas W. Haller, Lloyd G. C. Halwig, Charles F. Hardy, John M. Harper, Richard L. Harrington, Alvin E. Hartman, Henry J. Heldman, John C. Herbert, Lloyd G. Herman, William C. Hill, William F. G. Hilliard, R. Holm, Ferdinand L. Howald, James R. Huck, George Innes, *J. Norbert Jeffers, Dwight E. Kellerman, Ernest W. Kendall, Melvin A. King, Ivan M. Kirkness, Frederick H. Klie, John E. Koehler, Clare S. Kruspe, Elwyn G. Legge, Wolfgang A. R. Leppmann, Wilfred A. Lindsey, Herman L. Little, James M. Lochead, Albert A. Lorch, *Douglas Lowe, E. Maeder, Rudolph C. Martens, *William J. Martin, Robert B. Menzies, Roland A. Merner, John Miller, Sherman R. Miller, William B. Mitchell, Victor J. Monk, Forrest R. Mosher, Arthur A. Moyer, James C. McClelland, Hector F. McDonald, Keith H. MacDonald, *Charles D. MacIntosh, Kenneth E. MacIntosh, Leo R. McLaughlin, Glenn A. MacLeod, Allan K. McTaggart, Mervyn J. Neeb, Julius S. Neff, Edward G. Neigh, Gordon W. C. Nelson, Frederick S. Oliver, Russell Parks, Harro C. R. Pfeiffer, Kenneth W. Phelps, Daniel G. Powers, F. Beverley Pugh, Max V. Putnam, Alfred E. Raymond, Richard O. Reiber, Laurant A. Reichard, Milton E. Reiner, Walter R. E. Reiner, Mark E. Reitzel, Kenneth J. Ripley, Robert E. Sauder, Allan P. Schendel, H. E. Schildroth, William H. Schlegel, Reinhardt Schmidt, John G. Schnarr, William G. Scott, David A. Shantz, *Frederick W. Shantz, Lester B. Shantz, Earle C. Shelley, *Gordon D. Sim, William T. Skelton, Maurice R. Smith, Frederick H. Snyder, Anne E. Somerville, Elizabeth S. Spohn, Halvdan A. Strand, A. Douglas Stuering, Eugene P. Sulisz, Dorothy M. Talby, Ralph Talby, Granville Taylor-Munro, Robert W. Tegler, Clifford A. Thompson, *William C. Thurlow, Harris C. Veitch, Stanley S. Vincent, Melvin G. R. Wallace, A. Ross Weichel, *Richard M. Wellfin, C. Richard Whitney, *Harold A. Wills, Harold C. Wilson, Robert L. Wilson, Lloyd C. Winhold, Robert B. Wood, Verden W. Yates, Walter C. R. Ziegler, H. Zinkann

PRESENTED TO WATERLOO COLLEGE BY THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO CONTINGENT, CANADIAN OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS
Notes
Wilfrid Laurier University is located in Waterloo, Ontario. It began in 1911 as the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada. In 1924 Waterloo College was established, providing courses in post-secondary education. In 1960 Waterloo College became Waterloo Lutheran University, and in 1973 changed its name to Wilfrid Laurier University.
Date of Original
1995
Image Dimensions
Image Width: 14cm
Image Height: 11.5cm
Subject(s)
Local identifier
U57_1971
Collection
Wilfrid Laurier University photograph collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.4668 Longitude: -80.51639
Copyright Statement
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder
Wilfrid Laurier University
Recommended Citation
Wilfrid Laurier University Archives & Special Collections
Reproduction Notes
U57 Disc17
Contact
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Email:libarch@wlu.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

75 University Avenue West, Waterloo, ON Canada N2L 3C5

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World War II plaque, Wilfrid Laurier University


Black and white photograph of a bronze plaque honoring Waterloo College and Waterloo Lutheran Seminary students who served in World War II. It is hanging in the foyer of the Arts Building at Wilfrid Laurier University.

The plaque reads:
UNTIL THE DAY BREAKS AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY
IN HONOUR OF THOSE OF WATERLOO COLLEGE AND SEMINARY WHO FELL IN WORLD WAR II
AND OF THOSE WHO DARING TO DIE SURVIVED

Frederick C. Ahrens, Rudolf E. Aksim, Otto H. Alberti, *Craig Mc Alles, Nelson A. Alles, William G. Armstrong, William R. Artindale, John D. Baetz, Reuben Baetz, *Wilfred W. Bean, William Mc Bean, Ross A. Beggs, Earl D. Berck, A. Franklin Berscht, John G. Blinkhorn, Rudolph A. Breithaupt, Herbert J. Brennan, Howard L. Brox, Gordon M. Burns, Charles D. Campbell, John W.J. Carlisle, Albert E. Carter, Michael J. Cavanagh, Edward G. Chadder, Claude A. Chislitt, Roy E. D. Cookman, Carl R. Cronmiller, William A. Detenbeck, David J. Dooley, Arthur W. Downe, William C. Duffus, J. Ross Dunford, George F. Durst, Robert V. Eby, Woodrow W. Foell, Sydney H. Foyer, William G. Frank, Edgar A. Gartung, Herbert W. Gastmeier, Harold J. George, Ernest F. Goman, Walter J. Goos, Stuart R. Goudie, Douglas H. Gurton, Douglas W. Haller, Lloyd G. C. Halwig, Charles F. Hardy, John M. Harper, Richard L. Harrington, Alvin E. Hartman, Henry J. Heldman, John C. Herbert, Lloyd G. Herman, William C. Hill, William F. G. Hilliard, R. Holm, Ferdinand L. Howald, James R. Huck, George Innes, *J. Norbert Jeffers, Dwight E. Kellerman, Ernest W. Kendall, Melvin A. King, Ivan M. Kirkness, Frederick H. Klie, John E. Koehler, Clare S. Kruspe, Elwyn G. Legge, Wolfgang A. R. Leppmann, Wilfred A. Lindsey, Herman L. Little, James M. Lochead, Albert A. Lorch, *Douglas Lowe, E. Maeder, Rudolph C. Martens, *William J. Martin, Robert B. Menzies, Roland A. Merner, John Miller, Sherman R. Miller, William B. Mitchell, Victor J. Monk, Forrest R. Mosher, Arthur A. Moyer, James C. McClelland, Hector F. McDonald, Keith H. MacDonald, *Charles D. MacIntosh, Kenneth E. MacIntosh, Leo R. McLaughlin, Glenn A. MacLeod, Allan K. McTaggart, Mervyn J. Neeb, Julius S. Neff, Edward G. Neigh, Gordon W. C. Nelson, Frederick S. Oliver, Russell Parks, Harro C. R. Pfeiffer, Kenneth W. Phelps, Daniel G. Powers, F. Beverley Pugh, Max V. Putnam, Alfred E. Raymond, Richard O. Reiber, Laurant A. Reichard, Milton E. Reiner, Walter R. E. Reiner, Mark E. Reitzel, Kenneth J. Ripley, Robert E. Sauder, Allan P. Schendel, H. E. Schildroth, William H. Schlegel, Reinhardt Schmidt, John G. Schnarr, William G. Scott, David A. Shantz, *Frederick W. Shantz, Lester B. Shantz, Earle C. Shelley, *Gordon D. Sim, William T. Skelton, Maurice R. Smith, Frederick H. Snyder, Anne E. Somerville, Elizabeth S. Spohn, Halvdan A. Strand, A. Douglas Stuering, Eugene P. Sulisz, Dorothy M. Talby, Ralph Talby, Granville Taylor-Munro, Robert W. Tegler, Clifford A. Thompson, *William C. Thurlow, Harris C. Veitch, Stanley S. Vincent, Melvin G. R. Wallace, A. Ross Weichel, *Richard M. Wellfin, C. Richard Whitney, *Harold A. Wills, Harold C. Wilson, Robert L. Wilson, Lloyd C. Winhold, Robert B. Wood, Verden W. Yates, Walter C. R. Ziegler, H. Zinkann

PRESENTED TO WATERLOO COLLEGE BY THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO CONTINGENT, CANADIAN OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS