Classification scheme: 
Hist.Mss.1.274 (s.c.)

Title: Edward Snyder fonds

Dates of creation: [between 1983 and 1990]

Physical description: 1 cm of textual records

Biographical sketch: Edward Snyder (1905-1991) was the son of Rev. Absalom and Mary (Groff) Snyder. He founded what became the Hostess potato chip company from his home in Fisher's Mills near Cambridge. He married Glennys Snider. They were members of Wanner Mennonite Church.

Custodial history: From the estate of Iva Taves. Received from Mark Reusser.

Scope and content: Photocopy of handwritten notes by Edward Snyder recalling memories of his family and church life.

Notes: For photographs related Edward Snyder search the Mennonite Archival Image Database.
For an oral history recording of Edward Snyder, see Hist.Mss.22.4.
Further materials related to Edward Snyder may be found by searching the Archives.
For further biographical information, search GAMEO.
Original archival description created 2013 by Laureen Harder-Gissing.


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