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Name Macdonald, Evan

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Image of 2007.34.2 - Scrapbook

2007.34.2 - Scrapbook

Black, thick cardboard covers around yellowed ledger sized pages. All of the pages have come away from the spine of the book. It is filled with newspaper clippings, starting on this inside cover. The scrapbook also includes; voting ballots and results, referendum ballots and results, sports items, death announcements, wedding annoucements, public notices, job postings, advertisements, election campaign adverts, historical articles, polling results (numbers added in pencil crayon),

Image of 1995X.30.2 - Program

1995X.30.2 - Program

Program, "The Guelph Creative Arts Association 11th Annual Exhibition 1958". Yellow rectangular paper booklet with red print. The cover has a drawn seal of the Arts association in the upper proper right corner. Along the proper left side there is a drawn "chain" listing the six groups involved in the exhibition. In the middle of the page is "11th Annual Exhibition, the Guelph Creative Arts Association Guelph Armoury November 1958". The programme lists the exhibiting members of each guild, along with their addresses, and is filled with advertisements for art schools, art supply stores, etc. "11TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION THE GUELPH CREATIVE ARTS ASSOCIATION". No. of pages: 10

Image of 2013.24.2 - Indenture

2013.24.2 - Indenture

Hand written abstract of all registrations that appear to affect Lot 18 in Town of Guelph. Handwritten blue page from the Registry Office. The list starts with 1829 and the Canada Company and continues until 1875. The abstract is a printed chart with handwritten information.

Image of 2009.28.1 - Booklet

2009.28.1 - Booklet

A Guidebook to the city of Guelph. This is the 2nd Edition as part of the Centennial Project of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. The cover is green and has a collage of Guelph pictures in the shape of G. Inside of front cover - Gilson Page 1 - Guelph Chamber of Commerce; Message from the Mayor: Paul W. Mercer Page 2 - Bucyrus-Erie Company of Canada Ltd.; The Bank of Nova Scotia Page 3 - Guelph City Hall and Memorial Gardens; Guelph Public Library Page 4 - Guelph Statistics; City Officials: Mayor Paul W. Mercer, City Administrator F.M. Woods, City Clerk W.G. Hall, City Treasurer M.R. Sather, Assessment Commissioner R.W. Brydon, City Engineer W.P. Taylor, Industrial Commissioner R.S. Macp

2016.47.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, Tuesday March 1, 1966. The paper is six sections with the first section mainly covering the day's news and then the following five sections (sections A-E) looking at Guelph's progress and business. The front page of section 1 has a colour zodiac ring with a map of Ontario in the center with Guelph highlighted. In the upper right corner is an illustration of a satellite. The title reads "It's been a great year and in '66 Guelph Means Business." Index with names and search terms in the media section Section 1 (pages 1-26): The section is 26 pages and contains the current news both locally and abroad. The headline on page 3 (front page excluding cover) is

Image of 2007.37.1 - Book

2007.37.1 - Book

Commemorative History of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Guelph, Ontario written by Dr. W. Stanford Reid and printed in April 1980 by Moyers & Smart Limited, Mississauga, Ontario. Celebrates 150th year anniversary of St. Andrew's. Blue and white paper cover with image of church and fancy border. The book is divided into 5 chapters and an epilogue. The chapters details the history of the church. There are a collection of b/w photographs in the middle of the book which include past ministers and interior and exterior shots of the church and memorial plaques to commemorate those members who were killed in World Wars I and II. Illustrations: Printed B/W. No. of pages: 103

2016.47.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, February 24, 1979. The paper has eight sections. The front page reads "Guelph Today - Tomorrow, This is Guelph 1979...Standing Tall for Progress" in blue and black text. The paper includes articles about numerous Guelph businesses as well as articles about Guelph clubs, heritage, arts, life, sports and general interest. Section 1 (pages 1-14): The section is 14 pages and contains the current news both locally and internationally. Section 2 (pages 15-28): The section is 14 pages and includes special interest, sports and classified advertisement. Section 3 (pages 1a-12a): The section is 12 pages and has articles and advertisements for Guelph busi

Image of 2007.34.1 - Scrapbook

2007.34.1 - Scrapbook

Large, thick cardboard blue and maroon scrapbook. The front and back covers are blue with maroons triangular tips and spine. There are metal grommets and details all over the outside. There are two large spikes coming out of the spine that attach all the pages together (spine is open). At the bottom of the spine in silver printing "Made in Canada/Biltrite/Patented 1955" On the inside cover there are three metal hinges. Sticker at the bottom "Luckett's/Sterling/ Line/Made in Canada/No. 171032" A postcard has been glued to the cover. It is a festive image with a bowl of fruit and wrapped packages. The Title page reads: "City Clerk's Office, Guelph, Ontario" "Scrap Book: Year 1970 to" there are

Image of 1982.60.1.2 - Program

1982.60.1.2 - Program

.1 and .2 Folder and Luncheon menu insert - in honour of Edward Johnson, March 30, 1920 .1 Folder, White heavy parchment paper, folded in half to form a booklet. Staples have been removed that held insert (.2). Front of cover has blue printed lettering with gold trim. "Luncheon In Honour of Edward Johnson /Given by the Canadian Club and Chamber of Commerce, Guelph, Canada / Royal Canadian Cafe, Tuesday, March 30, 1920 / J.M Duff, Chairman". Front of program is folded over with quote "Should Old Acquaintance be forgot". .2 Menu / Program Insert. Heavy cream coloured parchment paper, single folded to form a four page booklet with a purple ribbon tying it together. Front has "Autographs"

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

2012.117.811.2 - Envelope

An envelope address to Evan MacDonald. The text on the front of the envelope reads "Evan MacDonald, ESQ., Guelph, Ontario". The text is printed in dark blue ink. At the top right corner of the envelope has a postal stamp. An inscription on left of the envelope reads "Particulars rr. quit claim- Hobson, Property of Mosboro. The inscription is handwritten in pencil. At the top left corner of the envelope the numbers 0075-02 are handwritten in pencil. These numbers represent the old catalogue numbers that were used by the Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing.

1988.25.2 - Yearbook

1930 GCVI Acta Nostra Yearbook. The cover is a green textured paper with the title in dark blue. In the centre is a small embossed picture of the school with the latin motto beneath. At the bottom is the date of the yearbook and that it is published by the students of GCVI. The book is filled with essays, artwork, photos etc. of the students of GCVI. There are also ads of local businesses inised. The yearbook is 148 pages in length.

Image of 1987.62.19 - Pamphlet

1987.62.19 - Pamphlet

Pamphlet, Guelph Visitor Guide; Off-white paper with black printed text and illustrations on both sides of a long rectangular sheet folded five times to create a pamphlet. Sketches and water-colours illustrate the architecture and scenery in and around the City of Guelph. It is advertising Guelph as a site for vacations and conventions. At the bottom of the page with the map, there is a large pink dot, beside which is stated: "For Your Vacation or Convention Needs: Write or Telephone The Chamber of Commerce, Guelph, Ontario, Canada." Cover is an illustration of an old limestone wall and window with "GUELPH" carved on a stone above the window. The window is looking out onto a hill covered wi

Image of 1979X.00.127 - Notecard

1979X.00.127 - Notecard

Notecard with sketch of "Demolition of the Three Bridges" on front . Light brown print on cream matte textured paper. Rectangular, folded in half. On front is a print of a sketch of "The Demolition of the Three Bridges." On the back printed in brown lettering: "Published by the Guelph Historical Society / Courtesy of Evan Mac Donald for the Society / Copyright Canada".

2012.117.815.2 - Letter

A typed letter address to the Directors of the Guelph General Hospital from Margaret Jones and Agnes Hobson. The letter is typed in blue ink. The letter transcribed: Guelph, March 11th, 1918 To The Directors of the Guelph General Hospital In consideration of the Hospital executing a quit claim of its interest in the residence property of the late John I. Hobson now owned by Dr. Urie we undertake to the Directors of the Hospital that should the undersigned Margaret Jones predecease her mother, Agnes Hobson, the amount realized from the sale by us of the said residence property, namely, Six Thousand Dollars ($6000.) will upon the de

Image of 1979X.00.125 - Notecard

1979X.00.125 - Notecard

Notecard with sketch of Carden Street on the front. Light brown print on cream textured matte paper. Rectangular, folded in half. Sketch of Carden Street looking west. In lower right corner of sketch is signature of artist, "Evan Macdonald." Printed on back in brown print: "Published by the Guelph Historical Society / Courtesy of Evan Mac Donald / For the Society / Copyright Canada."

Image of 1998.2.2 - Program

1998.2.2 - Program

Program of the 1969 Guelph Spring Festival. Front cover has an image of a sculpture of an angel blowing a trumpet on white background. Text is in green print. The title of the program is "The Arts in Religion." Some of the b/w photographs inside are autographed. Illustrations of Guelph by Evan Macdonald. Articles by William Plomer, Judith Nasby and D.C. Mullin. "The Guelph Spring Festival 1969 / May first to fifteenth / The Arts in Religion." Illustrations: Printed No of Pages: 32

Image of 2008.55.15 - Program

2008.55.15 - Program

Program of the 1986 Guelph Spring Festival from April 25 to May 14. The cover is mainly white with a picture of a tuba with flowers growing out of the end. The program is 36 pages in length and lists the performers, their biographies, the pieces performed, and acknowledgements / lists of individual and corporate sponsors, donors, and patrons. Advertisements from some Guelph businesses. No. of pages: 36

2012.117.811.1 - Letter

A typed letter address to Evan Macdonald (the head of finances at the Guelph General Hospital) from Charles L. Dunbar regarding proceeds from selling a property in Mosboro. The heading of the letter is typed in black ink. The remaining of the letter is typed in blue ink. The letter transcribed: Charles L. Dunbar Douglas St. Barrister and Solicitor Guelph, Canada April 19th, 1918 Evan Macdonald, Esq., Guelph, Ontario, Dear Sir:- Re Hobson Est

2012.117.810.2 - Letter

A typed letter address to Evan MacDonald (head of finances at the Guelph General Hospital) from Charles L. Dunbar regarding the details of John Hobson's last will and testament. The heading of the letter is typed in black ink. The remaining of the letter is typed in blue ink. The letter includes two pages. In the letter Evan MacDonald is informed that according to John Hobson's will that the hospital will given $2000.