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Name Ogg, John

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Image of 2004.32.116 - Newspaper

2004.32.116 - Newspaper

"Guelph Daily Herald" newspaper from April 6, 1891. One large sheet of newsprint folded in half and printed on all sides to form four pages of printing. The paper is brittle. "GUELPH DAILY HERALD./ VOL. XXXVIII - No. 79./ GUELPH, CANADA, MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1891./ WHOLE No. 5988"

Image of 1976.40.15 - Program

1976.40.15 - Program

Program for The Guelph Rifle Association 20th Annual Prize Meeting at the Ranges on Tuesday, 28th September 1886. Rectangular buff-coloured paper with printed black lettering on one side only. States "Firing is to commence at 9 a.m. There are four matches listed and for each match, there is a list of prizes. At the bottom is printed: "God Save the Queen. / Geo. Sleeman, President / John Crowe, Sec.-Treas. / Mercury Steam Print."

Image of 1976.40.16 - Program

1976.40.16 - Program

Program for The Guelph Rifle Association 20th Annual Prize Meeting at the Ranges on Tuesday, 28th September 1886. Rectangular buff-coloured paper with printed black lettering on one side only. States "Firing is to commence at 9 a.m. There are four matches listed and for each match, there is a list of prizes. At the bottom is printed: "God Save the Queen. / Geo. Sleeman, President / John Crowe, Sec.-Treas. / Mercury Steam Print."

Image of 2010.8.22 - Magazine

2010.8.22 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is pink. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (September, 1903). Inside all text is black with red highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There are twenty-six pages. Advertisements are inside the front cover as well as the inside and outside of the back cover. A stain from the staple is apparent on the centre of the left side of the front cover. Fading is occurring on the outer cover. The word "Decker" is written in pencil on the top right had corner on the front of the page.