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The House of Snider in Toronto - A Canadian Clocks Success Story 1950 - 1976

 
Harry Snider in factory with a new clock model, building an assembly jig (undated photo, 1960s).
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The Snider company often had a booth at the annual Toronto Gift Show.
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The Snider family promoting their clocks at the 1956 Toronto Gift Show.
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A Sears advertisement for Snider clocks in the Toronto Globe & Mail newspaper.
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Snider clocks page in Peoples Credit Jewellers catalogue.
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Snider Clock Mfg Co. was a member of the Canadian Home Furnishings Institute mid 1960s.
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One of Harry Snider's early 1960s catalogue letters sent to clock sellers.
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Late 1960s bilingual catalogue cover letter, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Bilingual Guarantee page at the back of an early/mid 1960s catalogue, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Cover of early 1960s product catalogue, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue description of the Ming Tree panel clock, early 1960s, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue description of one version of metal-rays starburst wall clock, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue description, model 190 starburst wall clock, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue description, model 115 wall clock, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue description, model 550 wall clock, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue descriptions of two starburst wall models, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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Catalogue descriptions of two wall clocks with brass rays and wood panels, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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The cover of the 1970 product catalogue, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
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