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Name MacCormick, Malcolm
Othernames Malcolm MacCormack

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Image of 2004.66.15 - Map

2004.66.15 - Map

Historical Atlas of Wellington County, 1906. Black fabric cover with leather spine and corners. The cover has embossed gold lettering and gold detail along the corners. Inside are pages describing each of the areas in the county and photographs of many of the prominent men in each area. The book also has several colour maps of the area as well as maps of the world, Canada and each province. The book has 71 pages of text and 121 pages of maps.

Image of 1995.29.1.1 - Diploma

1995.29.1.1 - Diploma

Browned Rectangular certificate with an ornate black ink border of leaves. At each corner and along border there are pictures. Greek men and women performing different tasks: painting, dancing, drinking, acting, athletics, music, sailing, and reading. There are four smaller photos of symbol representing art, science, music and knowledge. The diploma was awarded to herbert E. Pass on Dec. 18, 1886. In the lower proper left corner there is a round red seal. "HERBERT E. PASS, THIS 18TH DECEMBER 6, S. DUTTON, M. MACCORMICK, HUGH MACMILLAN, L.L. MCPHATTER, M.D., L.S. MURPHY"

2001.24.3 - Newspaper

Cream coloured newspaper with black print. The Guelph Weekly Mercury, January 1, 1914. There is no huge headline but some of the front page stories are :"Eight will hav to be left at home" "Hood and Benallick Moving Today" "Christmas At The Children's Shelter Was A Great Event - Friends Had Given Freely". The paper has a photo of a ploughing scene in late December in Alberta. The paper is six pages (three double sided).

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 1973.28.14 - Postcard

1973.28.14 - Postcard

Guelph Business College Calendar postcard. On the front is an illustration of a woman holding a parasol on the left an on the right is a small calendar for June 1913 with the motto of the Guelph Business College above: "Integrity, Intelligence and Industry are the foundation of true success". On the back is a paragraph about the fact that there are many good jobs out there but not enough qualified people to fill them.

Image of 1977.139.1 - Letterhead

1977.139.1 - Letterhead

Black ink pen sketch of stylized foliage on Guelph Business College Letterhead. At the bottom in the sketch is "Compliments of W.H. Bedford". At the top of the paper is the Guelph Business College banner with "M. MacCormick Principal" above. In the upper right corner are the subjects that the college teaches and just below is a blank date area with 188_.

Image of 1985.82.122 - Catalogue

1985.82.122 - Catalogue

Second Annual Circular and Catalogue of the Guelph Business College. The booklet has a blue cover with gold print and an illustration of a beaver at the bottom below a French motto "Les Affaires font les hommes" which translates to Business makes the man. The inside front cover has index of the contents. The catalogue contains an announcement from the principal, Malcolm MacCormick, a listing of the faculty, the location, the rates of tuition, the value of a business education, special attractions of Guelph, the course of study, general information, testimonials, and a catalogue of students. (25 pages in catalogue)

1978.67.8 - Book

Guelph Business College Business Compendium. Soft cover book with dark green cover with gold print. On the inside front cover, written in black ink, is "S.R. Brill G.B.C March 2nd 1885" The book is 48 pages and contains examples and exercises for the practical business student of the college.

1991.41.15.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Evening Mercury, Monday February 14, 1910. The main article on the front cover is about the Great Mercury Contest and its winners. The paper is 8 pages in length.

1973.36.3 - Book

Historical Atlas of Wellington County, 1906. Black fabric cover with leather spine and corners. The cover has embossed gold lettering and gold detail along the corners. Inside are pages describing each of the areas in the county and photographs of many of the prominent men in each area. The book also has several colour maps of the area as well as maps of the world, Canada and each province. The book has 71 pages of text and 121 pages of maps.

1983.29.1 - Book

Historical Atlas of Wellington County, 1906. Black fabric cover with leather spine and corners. The cover has embossed gold lettering and gold detail along the corners. Inside are pages describing each of the areas in the county and photographs of many of the prominent men in each area. The book also has several colour maps of the area as well as maps of the world, Canada and each province. The book has 71 pages of text and 121 pages of maps.

Image of 2014.23.3 - Postcard, Souvenir

2014.23.3 - Postcard, Souvenir

Postcard of a painting of the Speed River. The view of the river is surrounded by many trees, and a pink rising sun behind the Heffernan Street Bridge. The bell tower of St. George's Church can be seen behind the trees on the right side. The picture is drawn from the perspective in front of the Eramosa Bridge. Beneath the picture is printed information. In the left corner, in black font, say "View on River Speed Warwick Bro's & Rutter, Limited, Publishers, Toronto - 1163". In the middle, in red font, says "Three minutes' walk from Guelph Business College - Upper Wyndham Street." In the right corner, in black font, says "Guelph, Ont." The back of the postcard has more printed advertising

Image of 1985.82.123 - Photograph

1985.82.123 - Photograph

Unmounted, black and white, printed bust portrait, with a white border, of Malcolm MacCormick, principal of Guelph Business College. He has a trimmed beard and moustache, and is wearing a buttoned, dark jacket with high lapels, and a white, stand-up collar. Autographed on front below image: "RESPECTFULLY YOURS, MALCOLM MacCORMICK."

Image of 1985.82.12 - Photograph

1985.82.12 - Photograph

Black and white, bust photograph, in the form of a cabinet card with a black mount, of a man identified as Malcolm McCormick, B.A. He has side-parted hair and a heavy moustache; he is wearing a starched white collar, dark cravat with a tie pin, dark jacket and academic gown. On back: "MALCOLM McCORMICK, B.A., FOUNDED 1ST CDN. CLUB IN CANADA IN GUELPH, 4 YRS. BEFORE HAMILTON CLUB. RETURN TO A.E. BYERLY, GUELPH, ONTARIO". In lower right front of mount is: "R.B. Kennedy, Guelph, Ont."