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Name Curylo, Fred A.

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Image of 2012.103.11 - Postcard

2012.103.11 - Postcard

Colour postcard of the Floral Clock at Riverside Park. The clock is dated July 28, 1972 and has "In Flanders Fields The Poppies Blow". Below the clock is a circular flower garden and a child is standing in that garden. On the back there is an explanation of the image "Guelph, Ontario In Flanders Fields the poppies blow... The all floral clock in Guelph pays tribute to her renowned son, Col. John McCrae, author of the famed World War I poem. John McCrae was born in Guelph in 1872." The photo was taken by Fred A. Curylo and the card was printed by Lawson Graphics pacific Limited in Vancouver and distributed by Kitchener News Co.

Image of 2002.23.8 - Postcard

2002.23.8 - Postcard

Postcard; Postcard showing aerial view of the central downtown area of Guelph. Colour photograph. The back of the postcard gives a description of the photograph, the name of the photographer, and information on the publisher of the card. There is also a lined space provided for writing a message. "Majestic POST CARD", "POSTAGE STAMP", "Dist. by Kitchener News Co. Ltd., Kitchener, Ontario, Canada", "printed in Canada by lawson graphics pacific limited vancouver, British Columbia", "KS-7425", "Guelph, Ontario Aerial view of the central downtown area of Guelph, famed as the birthplace of John McCrae, author of "In Flanders Fields," and as the home of the University of Guelph.", "Photo b

Image of 2003.99.1 - Postcard

2003.99.1 - Postcard

This postcard has been mislabelled. It is actually Riverside Park. Rectangular postcard with image of Riverside Park in Guelph. Summer day with children swimming in foreground, sandy beach area on shore on other side of water, grass, trees and parked cars beyond sand. Apartment building in distance. Reverse of postcard is blank apart from how it was manufactured. All marks printed in blue. Illustrations: Photocopy, Colour/Printed On reverse: "Grande/ Post Card/ Made in Canada/ Postage Stamp/ Dist. by Kitchener News Co. Ltd., Kitchener, Ontario/ Guelph, Ontario/ Silver Creek Park/ Lovely old shade trees surround a vast swimming pool bordered by picnic areas/ Photo by Fred A. Curylo/ A Tra

Image of 2002.23.12 - Postcard

2002.23.12 - Postcard

Postcard; depicts side view of McCrae House, which includes Memorial and part of the garden. Below this photograph is the In Flanders Fields poem. The back of the card provides information on the publisher of the postcard, the name of the photographer and describes the photograph and the importance of John McCrae and his poem. There is also a lined space on the back for writing a message. on front, "IN FLANDERS FIELDS by John McCrae", "In Flanders field the poppies blow.."(the poem continues to the end) on back "A TRAVELTIME PRODUCT", "Majestic POST CARD", "POSTAGE STAMP", "Distributed by Kitchener News Company Limited Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Phone (519) 884-3710", "Printed in Cana

Image of 2012.103.12 - Postcard

2012.103.12 - Postcard

Colour postcard of the Administration Building (University Centre) at the University of Guelph. The building is a grey concrete building with narrow windows. The area around the building is paved with a brick walkway and concrete steps leading down to a road. There are some samll trees along the walkway. In front of the building there is also a metal sculpture.

Image of 1997.16.11 - Postcard

1997.16.11 - Postcard

Postcard of silvercreek parkway from an aerial view and the river. Colour Illustrations: Photographs, Colour feb 1977 ( in pencil) guelph, Ontario beautiful Silvercreek Parkway slicing through the city of Guelph, provides a spectacular aerial view.