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Name Galt, John

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Image of 1986.18.10 - Postcard

1986.18.10 - Postcard

Black and white, undivided back, real photographic postcard. It is a view of a large group of men, women and children outside Guelph CPR station (Priory). Men and women are wearing hats. All are wearing a ribbon badge. Ribbon is white and worn on right side of chest. There is a ladder against building with young man standing on it. Entrance to right with "GUELPH" sign showing. stamped on back "THOMAS EDWARDS, ESTATE BROKER, 96 VICTORIA ST. TORONTO"

Image of 1986.18.3 - Postcard

1986.18.3 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, unused postcard of the Priory in use as the C.P.R. station. There are tracks in front and men standing at entrance. Ladder resting against building. front: "FIRST HOUSE IN GUELPH: BUILT IN 1827, NOW C.P.R. STATION, GUELPH, ONT." back: "PUBLISHED BY A.B.PETRIE" "THE VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING CO. LTD. MONTREAL AND TORONTO" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 1986.18.4 - Postcard

1986.18.4 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back postcard with correspondence to Miss Mabel Smart of Elora from Fleda (Smart?). It is a view of the Priory being used as the CPR Station. There are railway tracks in front and vines are partially covering the building. front "FIRST HOUSE IN GUELPH ONT. NOW C.P.R. STATION" back "WARWICK BROS AND RUTTER PUBLISHERS, TORONTO"

Image of 1992.5.1 - Book

1992.5.1 - Book

Booklet. Reproduction. "john galt's BLACK FERRY". Beige colour heavy paper cover with black print and grey and black illustration on both front and back. Inside pages are white with black print. Inside front cover is a note which explains that this is a "facsimile reproduction of a copy of John Galt's short story which was last sold in Canada in Quebec City in 1833. "This copy was photographed and reproduced by Greenmor Printing Company Limited, 91 Duke Street, Guelph, for Wednesday's Child, Book Publishers, P.O. Box 1854, Guelph, Ontario.... commemorating the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the City of Guelph." The introduction is by A. Leone Hinds. Illustrations: Pr

Image of 1997.16.21.2 - Program

1997.16.21.2 - Program

.1 Program .2 Letter .1 Program for the service of dedication of the new Christian education building, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Oct 28th 1956. Includes an order of service for Dedication service and a brief history of St. Andrew's. Rectangular off-white glossy paper, folded twice and printed on both sides in black lettering. Folded to form a booklet of six pages. Front cover has b/w sketch of St. Andrew's with text above and below picture. Cover reads: "St Andrew's Presbyterian Church ( Corner of Norfolk and Suffolk streets) Guelph, Ontario. Service of Dedication for the new Christian education building. "New Sunday school" written across the top. Illustrations: Sketches, B/W N

Image of 1986.18.5 - Postcard

1986.18.5 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back postcard with correspondence to Miss Fleda Smart of Elora from "W.S", Guelph. It is a view of the Priory being used as the CPR Station. There are railway tracks in front and vines are partially covering the building. front "C.P.R. DEPOT, GUELPH, ONT." back "KNOWLES & CO. LONDON"

Image of 1997.29.1 - Program

1997.29.1 - Program

Program, "Official Opening of River Run Centre Program, October 4th, 1997." Glossy cover with coloured River Run Centre photograph. Opening ceremony events on inside cover. Inside pages consist of colour photographs, articles, names and advertising. As well, there is a history of theater in the City of Guelph. Edition: 1 Illustrations: Photographs, Colour/Illustrations/Printed "River Run Centre in Guelph" No of Pages: 44

2002.42.2 - Book

Book; John Galt's The Last of the Lairds. Edited from the original manuscript by Ian A. Gordon. Published in 1976. Hard cover with paper jacket. The original was published in 1826. Edition Date: 1976 Edition: 1 No of Pages: 170

Image of 2003.62.1 - Print

2003.62.1 - Print

Page from book or magazine, one side has two prints of wood engravings of scenes of Guelph. Upper print is scene of downtown Guelph, Central School in background, couple walking along boardwalk path in foreground in Victorian dress (?). Lower image is of the Speed River with two boats to the left and two church steeples on left banks of the river (St. George's Church and Knox Presbyterian ?). "From Toronto Westward" and "469" typed at top of page, small section of writing in bottom right corner. Reverse side of page is "470" and says "Picturesque Canada" at top. Remainder of page is writing. Illustrations: Printed/Engravings "From Toronto Westward/ 469" Below images: "On the River Speed" "

Image of 1997.16.18 - Booklet

1997.16.18 - Booklet

Tourism Booklet, "Guide to Guelph, Third Edition, 1972." Rectangular paper covered booklet. A tourist guide to Guelph, detailing sights, shopping and history. It consists of black and white photographs and advertisements. Illustrations: Advertisements/Photographs, B/W Guide to Guelph, produced by the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. Printed by Leaman Printing Limited, Guelph, Ontario. At bottom of page 2 - "Cover Photos - R.S. Macpherson. Other photos as credited. Reproduction by permission only." No of Pages: 60

Image of 1986.18.7 - Postcard

1986.18.7 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back postcard with correspondence and a one cent Canada postage stamp. It is a view of the Priory being used as the CPR Station. There are railway tracks in front and vines are partially covering the building. There is a ladder resting against the building and a white border at the bottom. There is correspondence from Guelph to Miss Etta McDonald, Acton West. front "C.P.R. DEPOT. FIRST HOUSE IN GUELPH" back "WARWICK BROS. & RUTTER LIMITED, PUBLISHERS, TORONTO"

Image of 2002.55.1 - Envelope

2002.55.1 - Envelope

Commemorative Envelope marking the 175th anniversary of Guelph's founding. White envelope with a photo of Church of Our Lady and a photo of the Priory on the front. In the lower left corner is the City of Guelph crest and in the upper right corner is "Canada Post Postes Canada 175 2002-04-23 Guelph, Ontario". Above that is a 48 cent stamp. On the back of the envelope, in blue type, is the story of Guelph in English and French. The envelope is sealed. Illustrations: Photographs, Colour On the back "One of the first planned towns in Canada, the City of Guelph celebrates its 175th anniversary in 2002. It was founded in 1827 by Scottish literary figure John Galt, who was then the superintendent

1992.12.4 - Book

Book. Hardcover burgandy coloured book. On the top left corner of the front cover, there is an imprinted floral design with a crown on each corner. The title of the book is in the center of the design. A Floral pattern is repeated on the spine of the book, where the title, author and publisher of the book are printed in gold. Illustrations: Printed "THE PROVOST: THE LAST OF THE LAIRDS" "VOL II" "JOHN GALT" "WM BLACKWOOD 7 SONS, EDINBURGH & LONDON" No of Pages: 287

Image of 1986.18.6 - Postcard

1986.18.6 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back postcard with correspondence and a one cent Canada postage stamp. It is a view of the Priory being used as the CPR Station. There are railway tracks in front and vines are partially covering the building. There is a ladder resting against the building and a white border at the bottom. front "FIRST HOUSE IN GUELPH, ONT. NOW C.P.R. STATION" back "WARWICK BROS. & RUTTER LIMITED, PUBLISHERS, TORONTO"

Image of 1986.18.2 - Postcard

1986.18.2 - Postcard

Black and white divided back postcard with correspondence and a one cent Canada postage stamp on back. It is a view of the CPR station, Guelph. The Priory as C.P.R. Station seen from the Speed River. back "RUMSEY & CO. 1528 QUEEN ST. WEST TORONTO, CANADA"

2002.42.1 - Book

Book, The Provost and Other Tales; Book of short stories by John Galt. Includes the Provost, The Steam Boat and The Omen, as well as illustrations, anecdotes and critical remarks. 390 pages of text in all. Hard cover, green with gold writing. No of Pages: 390

Image of 1970.15.51 - Booklet

1970.15.51 - Booklet

Booklet: "Guelph, The Royal City", Compiled by Albert William Drummond, 1924. Green paper cover with title printed in gold letters. Book is 56 pages of white paper with black print and b/w photographs and illustrations. Stapled. Photographs are of various buildings and parks in Guelph. A brief record of the history of the City of Guelph

Image of 1971.40.23 - Booklet

1971.40.23 - Booklet

A 1958 reprint of an 1877 pamphlet by Mr. Robert Thompson, who came to Guelph a few months after Guelph was founded. Titled "An Early View of Guelph," and published in "Western Ontario History Nuggets, No.27," by Lawson Memorial University, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Reprint is edited by Hugh Douglass. Blue paper covers with three staples left hand side. No. of typed pages - 19.

Image of 1980.114.74 - Booklet

1980.114.74 - Booklet

Paper booklet with "Guelph Canada The City That Owns a Railroad" on front cover two colour Black and Purple. Graphic image on cover of a hand on a tree stump, a steam locomotive, and ploughing with two horses in black and purple Back cover has purple City of Guelph logo Graphic images throughout the book in purple ink. Pages 1 through 7 are the story of Guelph and the Guelph Junction Railway. On page 8, just below the Guelph Junction Railway Company logo are "Notes on Guelph Junction Railroad" as they relate to the year 1966. Page 9 lists statistics related to the population and development of Guelph in 1966. 10 pages.

Image of 1980.114.75 - Book

1980.114.75 - Book

Paper booklet with "Guelph Canada The City That Owns a Railroad" on front cover two colour Black and Green. Graphic image on cover of a hand on a tree stump, a steam locomotive, and ploughing with two horses in black and green. Back cover green City of Guelph logo Graphic images throughout the book in green ink. 10 pages stapled. Pages 1 through 7 tells the story of Guelph and that of the Guelph Junction Railway. On page 8, just below the Guelph Junction Railway Co. logo are printed "Notes on the Guelph Junction Railway" as they relate to 1958. Page 9 lists statistics as they relate to the City of Guelph and its development; these are based on the 1958 Assessment.