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Name Marsh, Mrs. F.O.

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Image of 1980.51.12.2 - Letter

1980.51.12.2 - Letter

.1 Letter. Typewritten letter on off-white paper. Dated "Guelph, March 25, 1926", and from the students of Mrs. Marsh's basketry class at Tytler School. The students have signed the letter. .2 Envelope addressed to Mrs. Marsh

Image of 1980.55.3 - Receipt

1980.55.3 - Receipt

Receipt or invoice, white paper with black print and ink. Letterhead: " In account with "Chas. W. Barber/ Pork Packer/ Curer of the Bacon that makes Guelph Famous / the Celebrated Winter Fair Brand of Hams, Bacon, and Pure Lard/ Only the Choicest Hogs and the Purest ingredients Used in the Production of My Goods". Issued to Mrs Marsh, 286 Queen St. Stamped Paid, June 14/30.

Image of 1981.27.26 - Postcard

1981.27.26 - Postcard

St. Patrick's Day Post Card 1913. Green shamrocks with green flag with gold trim and gold harp. "Welcome St. Patrick's Day" Postmarked Guelph, 1913 and addressed to Mrs. F.O. Marsh 274 Eramosa Rd Guelph. Handwritten note EX, 1 cent Canadian stamp.

Image of 1981.27.18 - Card, Greeting

1981.27.18 - Card, Greeting

Easter post card with cream background with purple lilacs in basket. " Easter Joys be Yours". Address to Mrs. F.O. Marsh Guelph with handwritten note, Postmarked Hudsonterm Stat NY, 1910

Image of 1981.27.24 - Card, Greeting

1981.27.24 - Card, Greeting

Easter post card with cream background with vase of blue flowers "A Happy Easter". Address to Mrs. F.O. Marsh Guelph with handwritten note.

Image of 2010.8.48 - Magazine

2010.8.48 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is white/off white. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (June, 1907). Inside all text is black with red highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There are twenty-eight pages. Advertisements are inside the front cover as well as the inside and outside of the back cover. The word "Decker" is written on the top right corner of the front page.

Image of 1978.43.4 - Music, Sheet

1978.43.4 - Music, Sheet

Sheet Music Christmas Card - "A Christmas Carol. Words by Martin Luther. Music by Roberta Geddes-Harvey." Square paper cardboard with a green floral border, yellowed with age and browned with water marks. The front is a music sheet "A Christmas Carol" printed, with a second verse hand written below the first two staves in ink. On the back, handwritten and stamped is a greeting "Mrs. F. O. Marsh, With best Christmas Wishes R.H." "Mrs. F.O. Marsh" and "R.H." are hand written in black ink and "With best Christmas Wishes" is stamped or printed in purple ink. The greeting on the back is from Roberta Geddes-Harvey, and was sent to the donor's mother, Mrs. F.O. Marsh.

Image of 1980.51.11.2 - Letter

1980.51.11.2 - Letter

.1 Letter. Hand written letter on rectangular off-white paper with printed blue lines. Dated March 29, 1927 from students of Mrs. Marsh's basketry class. Letter is written to express their appreciation for Mrs. Marsh's willingness to help them. It is signed by Mrs. Heeley and Florence Kennard, on behalf of the class. .2 Envelope addressed to Mrs. F.O. Marsh