|Title||Lower Wyndham St. Guelph, showing Armoury|
|Year Range from||1914.0|
|Year Range to||1918.0|
Sepia toned, divided back postcard with correspondence from Mary Ann Marshall, 60 Wellington St. Guelph. It is a view looking south on lower Wyndham St. Guelph with street and buildings decorated with flags and bunting for special occasion during WWI. Armoury and part of City Hall showing. Street lined with people. Vehicle on road drawn by team of horses, driven by man wearing hard topped cap with visor. Macdonald's Clothes for men at right. One-cent Canada postage stamp on back.
front "THE ARMOURIES, GUELPH, CAN." back "THE INTERNATIONAL STATIONERY CO. PICTON, CANADA"
Marshall, Mary Ann
International Stationery Company
Macdonald's Clothes for Men
SCENES - STREET
WORLD WAR I
TRANSPORTATION - BUGGIES
TRANSPORTATION - AUTOMOBILES
ARCHITECTURE - PUBLIC EXTERIOR
ARCHITECTURE - ARMOURY
|Dimensions||3.15/5.16 - Length/Width|