|Title||Magazine Article, "The City of Guelph," Canadian Progress Magazine|
|Year Range from||1927.0|
|Year Range to||1927.0|
.1, .2 and .3 - Three page magazine article entitled "The City of Guelph" published in Canadian Progress [Magazine], 1927. Pages have been removed from magazine and are loose. Text is printed in black on rectangular white paper that has yellowed with age.
Illustrated with b/w photographs of: St. George's Square, Carnegie Guelph Public Library, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute, Church of Our Lady, Ontario Agricultural College and a view of Wyndham Street.
Article is a promotional one, advertising the various advantages of living and working in Guelph.
.1 - page 257 and 258. Page 257 has been highlighted with red and black marker, and at the top is hand-written:" Guelph was incorporated as a town on January 1, 1851, and as a city on April 23, 1879. The present population is 21,400.
On side 2, page 258 is a full-page advertisement entitled "Guelph, The City of Opportunity", and advertises "FREE FACTORY SITES." It cites the author of the ad as "The Chairman, Industrial Committee, Guelph-Ontario."
.2 - page 259/260 - page 259 is last page of the written article and ends with an invitation to visit Guelph during Old Home Week Centennial Celebration to be held August 1 t0 6, 1927. On reverse side and on page 261 (.3) are photographs of the city.
Canadian National Railway
Canadian Pacific Railway
Church of Our Lady
Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute (GCVI)
Guelph Junction Railway
Guelph Public Library
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario
Old Home Week
Ontario Agricultural College (OAC)
Ontario Agricultural College - Administration Building
Ontario Agricultural College - Macdonald Institute
Ontario Veterinary College
St. George's Square
HISTORY - LOCAL
INDUSTRY & TRADE
TRANSPORTATION - RAILWAYS
TRANSPORTATION - TRUCKS
UTILITIES - ELECTRIC
EDUCATION - UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH
EDUCATION - SCHOOLS
EDUCATION - POST SECONDARY
SPORTS - BOATING
GOVERNMENT - COUNTY
COMMERCIAL - MANUFACTURING
|Dimensions||24 x 20 cm - L x W|