• Photograph - Factory and Employees

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      A photograph of the factory floor and some employees.
    • Photograph - Factory Floor

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      A photograph of the factory floor. In the photograph are ovens, a few employees a production line.
    • Photograph - Nabisco Shredded Wheat Boxes

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      A photograph of the Nabisco Shredded Wheat packing line.
    • Photograph - Oven

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      A photograph of one of the Triscuit ovens. There is also more machinery for the factory in the image.
    • Photograph - Workers Making Boxes

      1960-02-24
      A photograph of workers making boxes for Nabisco Shredded Wheat. There is a numbered list of the employees included from February 24, 1960: 1. Gerda Schroeder, 2. Irene Comminiuk, 3. Kay Lockhart, 4. -, 5. -, 6. Rita Tennier, 7. Alice Yearsley, 8. Muriel Greenlay, 9. Doris Perry, 10. Giesle (Gagne) Gill, 11. Aline Gagne, 12. Kathleen McKernin, 13. Doris Roach, 14. Helen Ewtuchowich, 15. Laura Gagne, 16. Alice Flynn, 17. Marjorie Cornell, 18. Lucy Christopher, 19. Vera Shalanko.
    • Scrapbook "The Visit of His Excellency the Governor-General to The Canadian Shredded Wheat Company Ltd. October 25th, 1933"

      1933-10-25
      The title of the scrapbook is embossed on the front cover. The scrapbook focuses on the visit Captain Vere Brabazon Ponsonby. Captain Vere Brabazon Ponsonby, 1880-1956, was a businessman and politician. He was educated at Cambridge and served on the London County Council. In 1910, he was elected to the British House of Commons. Upon the death of his grandfather, he became The Earl of Bessborough and was a member of The House of Lords until 1931. It was also in 1931 that he was appointed as The Governor General of Canada by King George V. Ponsonby was the first businessman to have ever been appointed Governor General.