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Name Johns, E.H.

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Image of 1980.114.83 - Booklet

1980.114.83 - Booklet

Booklet, "Commercial, Industrial and Progressive Edition of Guelph, Ontario," issued 1916. 24 page booklet with detailed information about Guelph industries, commercial and civic operations. Has numerous B/W photographs of industries and buildings in Guelph. Rectangular booklet with pink construction paper cover with black printed text. Front cover has photograph of the Guelph Carnegie Public Library on the front cover. Written in ink at top: "Chamber of Commerce 1964 / Ross Maltby." Under picture of library is written in ink "1916". Printed on front cover: "Commercial, Industrial and Progressive Edition of Guelph, Ontario / A Descriptive Review of a Number of Manufacturing and Mercanti

Image of 1984.20.6 - Program

1984.20.6 - Program

Program for the Royal City Lawn Bowling Tournament, held in Guelph, on Tuesday, June 27th, 1911 at 10 a.m. sharp. White glossy paper with black printed lettering, is folded twice to form a three panel booklet. Front cover has b/w picture of the Scholfield Trophy which will be presented by H.C. Scholfield, Esq. of Guelph. Page 1 is a message of welcome and information about entries. Page 2 is the programme. Page 3 lists the "Rules of Scholfield Trophy." Page 4 lists the umpires and members of the Tournament Committee. Illustrations: Printed B/w

Image of 1984.20.8 - Report, Annual

1984.20.8 - Report, Annual

25th Annual Report of The Ontario Lawn Bowling Association, 1912-13. Off-white paper with printed black lettering. Single folded to form a four page booklet. Front Page lists the officers of the Ontario Lawn Bowling Association for 1912-13. Page two is a message from the President, C. Brown. Page three is the financial report for the year ending June 30, 1913. It is dated July 2nd, 1913 and signed by R.J. Kearns, Auditor. Page four is a list of affiliated clubs in good standing on June 30, 1913. No. of pages: 4

Image of 2012.62.6 - Letter

2012.62.6 - Letter

Letter to the Guelph Union Curling Club from the Royal City Curling club on royal city letterhead. Letter head printed in black ink reads "Royal City Curling Club; Victoria Rink; Phone 180; E.H. Johns; 77 Quebec Street, West; Phone 312; Guelph, Ont.,_______ 1920." The date "Nov. 5th" has been written in black ink as is the handwritten message which reads: To the officers and members of the "Guelph Union Curling Club" Gentlemen: - At the annual meeting of the Royal City Curling Club held in these rooms on the above date I was asked to convey to you our hearty congratulations on your success last season in winning the Governor General's Prize. With best wishes for a prosperous and succ

Image of 1996.7.1 - Photograph

1996.7.1 - Photograph

Two B & W photos glued onto a sheet of Stewart Lumber letterhead. The photo to right is of James Galloway standing in the door of his Tobacco shop. Above the door is a sign "Tobacconists" The store window has stained glass in the top half and a display of pipes etc. in the bottom half. The photo to the left is of "McEwans' Tobacco at an earlier date when it was owned by E.H. Johns and was called "The Old Tobacco Shop." Above the door the sign says "Simon's clear Havana Cigars" and the display window is filled with cigars. At the bottom of the window in the centre is a sign with the proprietor's name, "E.H. JOHNS". E. Herbert Johns was proprietor of this tobacco shop up to and including 19

Image of 2009.32.2075 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.2075 - Transparency, Slide

Black and white slide of the Royal City Curling Club, the championship team for 1918. There are eight men in the photograph, all of whom are wearing dark-coloured suits. The two men sitting in the middle of the front row are holding curling brooms. There are four curling stones on the ground in front of them. On a small pedestal in front of the group is their championship prize, the Ontario Tankard. According to Donald Coulman's notes, the men (and their positions) are: Front row (assuming left to right) W.A. Mahoney, lead; F.H. Barber, 2nd; Frederick (Fred) Smith, 2nd; E.H. Johns, lead. Second row (assuming left to right): H. Mahoney, vice; C.R. Crowe, skip; R. Dillon, skip; R. Mahoney, vice