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Name Chapman, George

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Image of 1999.7.6 - Program

1999.7.6 - Program

Program announcing the "RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF JOHN DUXBURY (Principal of Manchester School of Elocution" "England's Greatest Reader" is in gothic lettering between a set of double lines. Under this, "DUBLIN STREET METHODIST CHURCH FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910" advertises the date and place. Time is advertised underneath: "4.15p.m. - "The Story of Joseph" 8.15p.m. - "Enoch Arden, etc." " "KELSO PTG.CO." is written in small letters in the bottom right hand corner. Cream coloured paper with black print, folded in half to form four page program. Inside on the left is a description of the afternoon show and on the right is a description of the evening show. Admission is advertised for the afternoon at 15

Image of 1974.15.7 - Booklet

1974.15.7 - Booklet

Booklet , entitled "The Royal City of Canada, Guelph and Her Industries" - Special Industrial Souvenir Number of the Guelph Daily Mercury, Guelph, Canada" published by Authority of the City Council and Guelph's Old Home Week Committee. Printed in 1908 for Guelph Home Week and booklet has a programme for the festivities occurring from Sunday to Thursday on pages 6 to 8. On page 54 is an index of the contents of the booklet. Paperback cover, white with organ pillar design with b/w photograph of Guelph in the center. Black printed lettering. No. of pages; 54 glossy paper typeset in black printed 1908 "Containing a comprehensive review of the natural advantages and resources of Guelph, togeth

Image of 1980.114.81 - Booklet

1980.114.81 - Booklet

"Guelph Ontario - The Royal City 1907" "A City of Great Enterprises - Wholesale and Manufacturing Agricultural Resources Unsurpassed" Booklet of trade information on the City of Guelph from 1907 Covers missing 31-0 cm W X 23-0 cm H pages missing 16 pages total left

Image of 2007.37.2 - Book

2007.37.2 - Book

Commemorative book: "Anniversary Souvenir of St. Andrew's Church Guelph 1908". Bluish purple paper cover book tied together with a yellow cord. "An Historical Sketch prepared and published on the occasion of The 80th Anniversary of the Organization of First Presbyterian Sabbath School The 76th anniversary of the building of the First St. Andrew's church and The 50th Anniversary of the Present St. Andrew's church building." 23 glossy white pages with printed black text and b/w photographs and lists of names of individuals that belong to different groups in the church.

Image of 1981.24.2 - Map

1981.24.2 - Map

Black and white "Map of the City of Guelph". This map was made possible by the Industries and Businesses advertising and listed herein to commemorate the visit of Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to this City in 1939. Produced by Palin Advertisements printed on front cover, no scale, map shows street names and locations of the sponsoring industries and their location on the map, sponsoring businesses with their street addresses and phone number and numerous rectangular business advertisements. Population 21,714 (1938 Assessment) printed on front cover.

Image of 1984.20.11 - Roster

1984.20.11 - Roster

Membership List of Guelph Bowling Club Rink Games, 1905. Buff coloured cardboard with printed black lettering, single folded to form a small booklet. Front cover reads: "Guelph Bowling Club Rink Games, 1905." Inside two pages list club teams for club competition. Members' names are listed under their particular team.

Image of 1984.20.3 - Program

1984.20.3 - Program

Program, "20th Annual Dominion Lawn Bowling Tournament," Toronto, August 12th - 17th, 1912. Marbled green paper cover with gold and green printed lettering. Inside pages are green with green printed lettering. First page has black ink handwritten notes. Competition takes place on the lawns of the Victoria and Granite Clubs in Toronto. Contents include: list of trophies; railway fares, entrance fees;special rules; tournament committee and club representatives. The last page lists the past chairmen and secretary-treasurers from 1894 to 1911. No. of pages: 8

Image of 1984.20.4 - Program

1984.20.4 - Program

Program, "Twin-City Tournament at Waterloo and Berlin" on Monday, August 7th, 1911. "Play begins at 1.30 p.m. sharp." White glossy paper cover with lettering in green and white. Design of orange and green tulips with a green coloured square in front of them. In white letters on the green is printed: "Twin-City Lawn Bowling Tournament." At bottom of front cover is printed the year 1911. No. of pages: 8

Image of 1984.20.5 - Program

1984.20.5 - Program

Program for the 18th Annual Tournament of The Western Ontario Bowling Association, July 21, 1913. Takes place on the lawns of the London Bowling and Rowing Club. Brown marbled heave paper cover with dark brown printed lettering on front. Front cover also has an embossed laurel wreath and in the center of this wreath are the capital letters "W., O., B., and A." overlaying each other. Inside pages are white with dark brown printed lettering. Content of program includes: officers for 1912-13; railroad arrangements; Umpires; entries; list of competitions and prizes; entrance fees; winners of the first and second Labatt Trophy from 1896 to 1912; list of affiliated clubs in good standing; and a

1972.20.16 - Book, Year

The Torch 1944 Yearbook Vol. XI. The book has a light brown cover with and illustration of a hand holding a torch. The book tells of the happenings of the Col John McCrae Branch of the Legion over the year 1944. The book is also filled with ads of local businesses.

1972.10.22.2 - Newspaper

Guelph Evening Mercury, April 23rd 1927. The paper's main story is of the founding of Guelph 100 years ago to the day. The title reads "This Is Guelph's red letter day". The paper is in two sections. .1 section 1 pages 1 - 18. .2 section 2 pages 19-28.

Image of 1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t

Image of 2010.13.2 - Booklet

2010.13.2 - Booklet

By-Laws Booklet, Guelph Chapter of the Rose Croix. The outside of the booklet contains black text in varying sizes. There are two double lines on the front cover, one at the top and the other near the bottom. A black image also appears on the front cover. The cover of the book is yellow/gold in colour. The inside of the book consists of 16 pages, not including the cover. The contents of the book are Allegiance, Officers. Preface, Table of Contents, Title Page, and Articles. The page numbers are centered at the bottom of each page with the exception of the inside of the cover. The inside of the booklet contains all black text.

Image of 2010.8.54 - Yearbook

2010.8.54 - Yearbook

Acta Nostra Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute Yearbook. The cover is dark red in colour and textured. The name of the yearbook is at the top of the front cover in green text and with an underline in yellow. The school's coat of arms is on the bottom left corner of the cover and includes the school's motto, initials, a crown, and foliage. In smaller green text near the bottom of the cover states the name of school, and date. There are 156 pages. On the first page there is a drawing of the school. Throughout the book there are pictures of the students and teachers, names, pictures of sports teams and various events, and advertisements.

1971.47.6.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t

Image of 2012.5.30 - Book, Hand

2012.5.30 - Book, Hand

"Ontario Agriculture College, Students' Handbook, " red cardstock cover with blue printed details on front, including aforementioned title and stylized detail in center. Back cover has a fold paper campus map glued to inside. 160 pages of school organizations information and several empty lined note pages at the back. Pages are white with black details.

Image of 2014.36.2 - Booklet

2014.36.2 - Booklet

Green cover booklet with printed black and white picture of Chalmers Church. Above it is titled "Centennial History - Chalmers Church - Guelph, Ontario - 1868-1968." The writing is black and in a Gothic-style font. Beneath in a clear black font is "Written for the Centennial Committee by The Rev. D.G. Paton, B.A., B.D. The booklet is stapled together with two staples on the spine. The inside of the booklet cover on the front and back have printed images of inside the church. Pages on the inside are a glossed material. The content of the booklet includes 43 pages with the following subcategories. Page 1 - Establishment Page 2 - Origin of the Name/The Charter Members Page 3 - Services of

Image of 2014.33.1 - Book

2014.33.1 - Book

The OAC Review, VOL XVII Issue No. 4, January 1905 The cover is a thick brown paper. The front has a red border and black and red writing. The writing, located at the top says, "OAC Review" and at the bottom "January 1905." The picture on the front has two halves. The upper half is of a farmer with a horse drawn flow, in a field. The lower half is of a steam ship at port. On the left side there is a red staff, intertwined with wheat stocks. From the red staff, are two ornate and red "C"'s, which across the page, encompass the two pictures. The back cover contains an advertisement. Contents of the book are advertisements as well articles related to the OAC. The book is 100 pages

Image of 2015.12.12 - Directory

2015.12.12 - Directory

Directory of parishioners for the Church of Our Lady in 1974. It contains an introductory letter from Father Ryan, black and white photographs of the staff, activities and portraits of each parishioner and their family. At the back is a directory of each church members street address and phone number. The booklet is 48 pages. Front Cover: Black and white photograph of the front of the church with a statue of the Virgin Mary praying in the bottom right corner. "Church of Our Lady Immaculate, Guelph" along the top edge. Page 1: Introductory letter by Father Ryan. Page 2: Photographs of "Assistant Pastors" and "The Parish Staff". Page 3: A brief history of the Loretto Sisters in Guel

Image of 2016.45.1 - Booklet

2016.45.1 - Booklet

Waverly Masonic Lodge No. 361 by-laws booklet 1956. Small booklet printed on white paper with black text, 24 pages long. It outlines the by-laws, guidelines and rules of the Masons. Front Cover: Textured blue cardstock with black text "Waverly Lodge, Guelph, 361, G. R. C., A. F. & A. M." Page 1: "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." Psalm 133:1 Page 2: Blank Page 3 - 7: "Waverly Lodge: A Historical Sketch" Page 8: Acknowledgements Page 9: Title Page "By-laws of Waverly Lodge, A. F. & A. M., No. 361, G. R. C. Enacted November 12, 1956, Approved November 30, 1956". Pages 10 to 21 outline the bylaws of the lodge including: Page