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Name Gatto, Peter
Occupation Employed at IMICO in 1953 and joined the quarter century club in 1959.

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Image of 2010.2.19 - Program

2010.2.19 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 8, 1961. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . There were then games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members

Image of 2010.2.35 - Program

2010.2.35 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 12, 1982. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

Image of 2010.2.31 - Program

2010.2.31 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 17, 1978. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

Image of 2010.2.24 - Program

2010.2.24 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Co-Op Hall on Speedvale Avenue, on December 9, 1966. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by entertainment . There was then an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

Image of 2010.2.27 - Program

2010.2.27 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club on December 13, 1969. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

Image of 2010.2.22 - Program

2010.2.22 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Co-Op Hall on Speedvale Avenue, on December 10, 1964. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . There were then games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that

Image of 2016.1.3 - T-shirt

2016.1.3 - T-shirt

St. James Junior High School Class of 1983 t-shirt. It is a plain white shirt with red 3/4 length sleeves and a red collar. "Class of 83" is printed in black on the front and "St. James Grads" with the names of all of the graduates is printed in black on the back. The names of the graduates are divided into four columns under the headings "Class 10A, Mrs. Humphries", "Class 10B, Mrs. Herold", "Class 10C, Mrs. Meinyk" and "Class 10D, Mr. Turzanski". There is a tag around the back inside of the collar "R & S, CA 07240, Adult/Adulte, L/G, 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton/Coton, Made in/Fait au Canada" (with washing instruction symbols along the bottom).

Image of 1989.25.5 - Photograph

1989.25.5 - Photograph

Black and white unmounted snapshot of a full length back view of Peter Gatto wearing work attire, loading cores into core oven with a mechanical device at IMICO. "PETER GATTO LOADING CORES INTO CORE OVEN"

Image of 1999.55.1 - Photograph

1999.55.1 - Photograph

Photograph of the employees of IMICO in 1953 standing outside of the plant. The plant is visible in the background, showing five large sets of windows. Some employees can be seen looking through the windows at the employees outside. In the bottom right hand corner of the image, in white letters, is: "INTERNATIONAL MALLEABLE IRON CO. LIMITED, GUELPH, ONT. MAY, 1953." There is a colour photocopy of the image with tracing paper overtop with the outlines of all of the individuals in the photograph. Inside each outline is a number to identify the person. Attached to the photo is sheet of lined paper with names of people that correspond with the numbers on the outlines. Fifty-two of the indivi