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Name Raymond, Charles
Born Jan. 6, 1826
Birthplace Ashbrunham, MA, USA
Places of residence 'Lornewood', 125 Noforlk St, Guelph
Occupation Founder and owner of Raymond Sewing Machine Factory
1874 1st Deputy Reeve
1875 1st Deputy Reeve
1886 St. John's Ward Alderman - took over after death of John Hall in March

Associated Records

Image of 1995X.25.6 - Card, Advertising

1995X.25.6 - Card, Advertising

Advertising Card for the "New Raymond" Sewing Machine; rectangular cardboard with a thin green and thin white border. The picture is of a brown and blue bird perched on a branch. Surrounding the bird are daisies and ferns and in the background there is a big tree. In the upper proper left corner is black print. Illustrations: Printed On front "SEE THE "NEW RAYMOND" SEWING MACHINE, MANUFACTURED BY CHARLES RAYMOND, GUELPH, CANADA" In the proper lower left corner: "545". In the proper lower right corner is an initial "B".

Image of 1986.18.46 - Postcard

1986.18.46 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back postcard with correspondence and two 1-cent Canada postage stamps. It is a view of Central and Alexandra Schools, unpaved road in foreground with cart and buggy parked. Taken from Norfolk Street. front "CENTRAL AND ALEXANDRA SCHOOLS GUELPH, ONT. CANADA" back "THE VALENTINE AND SONS PUBLISHING CO. LTD. TORONTO AND MONTREAL" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN" Date Made Notes: postmarked 1918.

2012.117.631 - Booklet

A booklet titled "A Century of Care and Concern: Guelph General Hospital. The booklet contains a brief history of Guelph and gives a detail history of the hospital from 1875 to 1974. The front cover of the booklet is red with the black and white photograph of the new hospital building and a black image of the original hospital building. The back cover has three black and white photographs displayed at top. The first photograph at the top has two men escorting a patient in a hospital bed leaving an ambulance. The second photograph has a nurse holding a baby. The third photograph shows two doctors and a nurse performing surgery. At the bottom of the back cover there is a black and red drawing o

Image of 2002X.58.2 - Card, Advertising

2002X.58.2 - Card, Advertising

Advertising Card; rectangular cardboard advertising card with a thin white border. The card is pink with two kittens peeking out of the grass chasing a fly. At the top of the card is "See the New Raymond Sewing Machine" in black type. Along the bottom, also in black type "Manufactured by Chas. Raymond, Guelph, Canada".. Illustrations: Printed Along upper edge "See the New Raymond Sewing Machine" Along lower edge "Manufactured by Chas. Raymond, GUELPH, CANADA"

Image of 1995X.25.3 - Card, Advertising

1995X.25.3 - Card, Advertising

Advertising Card; rectangular cardboard advertising card with a thin white border. The picture is of two children sailing a boat on the beach. One of the children is a girl crouching wearing a brown dress and a blue hat, her back is shown. The boy is standing over the girl and is wearing a blue sailor suit and straw hat. In the foreground is a long shovel on the sand. In the background there are two sailboats out on the water. Along the upper edge is black print. Illustrations: Printed Along upper edge "WITH COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES RAYMOND, MANUFACTURER OF THE "NEW RAYMOND" SEWING MACHINE, GUELPH, CANADA" In the lower proper left corner: "BUFFORD"

2012.117.397 - Booklet

A booklet tiltled "Guelph General Hospital Established 1875 Golden Jubilee School for Nurses 1888-1938". The cover of the book is light gray. The School of Nursing logo is at the top of the booklet in red and gold. The booklet is thirty-one pages in length. The booklet includes black and white photographs of staff and students, typed articles about the School of Nursing, and a list of graduates.

Image of 1980.114.94 - Booklet

1980.114.94 - Booklet

Booklet, "Guelphscape 70"...The Field Trip." Don Coulman compiled this 50 page booklet is dated Friday October 24, 1970. This is a photocopy of the original typewritten booklet. The contents are divided into five sections: a map of the field trip route; the field trip programme itself; notes including references; "how it was done"; and "Field trip suggestions." The field trip begins at King George School and covers what was the more historic areas of Guelph and its downtown. Throughout are maps, photographs, illustrations, and questions for students to ponder when observing the present cityscape - its buildings and streets. Cover, paper, stapled in upper left corner. Cover is yellow sheet o

Image of 1973.48.20 - Booklet

1973.48.20 - Booklet

Booklet, "A Brief History of the Guelph Congregational Church by the Reverend George H. Knighton," edited by Greta M. Shutt. Published in "Ontario History," Vol.LIV (1962), No. 3. Booklet is bound together by two staples and black print on white paper. Front page has a b/w drawing of the Congregational Church on Quebec Street in 1840. First two pages are an introduction by Shutt to Knighton's history: "A Brief Statement of the Main Facts in the History of The Guelph Congregational Church" written by Knighton in 1927. Knighton's account is followed on page 7 by an account written by Miss Hannah Hodgskin in 1901: "Supplementary Quotations, Miss Hannah Hodgskin's Account". Illustrations: B

Image of 1979.28.1.6 - Magazine

1979.28.1.6 - Magazine

McLean's Magazine article, "The Royal City," by Frederick Edwards. Published October 15, 1940. Six loose pages torn from original magazine. 12 pages (25-30, 58-61). Illustrations: B/W Article gives history of Guelph and its development and talks about some of the city's more famous citizens. B/W photographs of Guelph people and landmarks. Some pages have strips of colour on advertisements for accent.

2012.117.398 - Booklet

A booklet tiltled "Guelph General Hospital Established 1875 Golden Jubilee School for Nurses 1888-1938". The cover of the book is light gray. The School of Nursing logo is at the top of the booklet in red and gold. The booklet is thirty-one pages in length. The booklet includes black and white photographs of staff and students, typed articles about the School of Nursing, and a list of graduates.

Image of 1995X.25.9 - Card, Advertising

1995X.25.9 - Card, Advertising

Advertising / Business Card; Rectangular cardboard with a thin pink border and an inner half-brown, half white border. The picture is of a bouquet of pink flowers and green leaves. The bouquet is on a beige background. Below the bouquet is black print. Illustrations: Printed "WITH COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES RAYMOND, MANUFACTURER OF THE "NEW RAYMOND" SEWING MACHINE". In the lower proper right corner: "BUFFORD". In the lower left corner: "AC". On the back: "J.H. ECKHARDT, GENERAL AGENT FOR THE RAYMOND SEWING MACHINE FOR THE COUNTIES OF NORFOLK AND HALDIMAND. P.O. ADDRESS --- SELKIRK, ONT."

Image of 2013.53.1 - Journal

2013.53.1 - Journal

Daily journal for 1879 of Warren Worden, US Consular Agent, Guelph. The journal has a marbled paper cover with a green label and black tape binding. The green label has black print that reads "Daily Journal 1879". Written in hanwriting on the label is "Warren A. Worden of Auburn N.Y., U.S. Consular Agent, Guelph, Ont." Full transciption of Journal in the multimedia links.

2012.117.110 - Booklet

A booklet tiltled "Guelph General Hospital Established 1875 Golden Jubilee School for Nurses 1888-1938". The cover of the book is light gray. The School of Nursing logo is at the top of the booklet in red and gold. The booklet is thirty-one pages in length. The booklet includes black and white photographs of staff and students, typed articles about the School of Nursing, and a list of graduates. The first page of the booklet has the initials "G.G.H" handwritten in blue ink at the top right corner. At the bottom right corner there is a stamp in purple ink, which reads "Guelph General Hospital School of Nurses Reference Library". There are two loose pages that are attached to the second pag

Image of 1986.18.44 - Postcard

1986.18.44 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back postcard with correspondence and a one cent Canada postage stamp on back. It is a view of Central School, Guelph looking from Norfolk Street. Alexandria School is at the right. Central School is an eclectic style limestone building with low hip roof, pronounced gables and a circular central tower. Iron cresting on roof. front "CENTRAL SCHOOL GUELPH, CAN" back "WARWICK BROS & RUTTER"

Image of 1973.28.10 - Card, Advertising

1973.28.10 - Card, Advertising

Advertising Card; rectangular cardboard with a thin white border. The picture is a winter scene. In the foreground are two red birds who are standing on the snow covered ground, and looking down on a wooden toy doll that is lying face-up in the snow. The doll has brown hair and rosy cheeks painted on. It is wearing yellow short pants and red shoes. Coming from the upper proper right side is a branch on which two other birds are sitting. Along upper edge printed in brown letters: "WITH COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES RAYMOND, MANUFACTURER OF THE "NEW RAYMOND" SEWING MACHINE, GUELPH, CANADA" In the lower proper right corner: "BUFFORD"; in lower left corner - "777".

Image of 1984.19.1 - Booklet

1984.19.1 - Booklet

Booklet, "Guelph General Hospital, ... Historical Sketch, By-laws and Rules, 1898". Rectangular booklet with pale green cover with title & border in black print. Pages are off-white with black printed text and illustration. Booklet is held together with three staples. Front Cover: "Guelph General Hospital, Guelph, Ont. / Historical Sketch, By-laws and Rules, 1898". Page 1: B/W engraving of "The Guelph General Hospital Buildings." Page 2: "Board of Directors; Medical Staff of Guelph General Hospital". Pages 3 -10 : "Historical Sketch". Pages 11 - 32 : "By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of The Guelph General Hospital". Topics addressed are: Board Meetings; Committees and Duties; Lady Super

2012.117.604 - Booklet

A booklet titled "A Century of Care and Concern: Guelph General Hospital. The booklet contains a brief history of Guelph and gives a detail history of the hospital from 1875 to 1974. The front cover of the booklet is red with the black and white photograph of the new hospital building and a black image of the original hospital building. The back cover has three black and white photographs displayed at top. The first photograph at the top has two men escorting a patient in a hospital bed leaving an ambulance. The second photograph has a nurse holding a baby. The third photograph shows two doctors and a nurse performing surgery. At the bottom of the back cover there is a black and red drawing o

Image of 1995X.25.8 - Card, Advertising

1995X.25.8 - Card, Advertising

Advertising Card; rectangular cardboard with a thin gold border. The picture is of a young girl in a white coat with red trim and a red hat. She is crouched holding a branch for support as she reaches to pick up a dead bird. In the background, there is a snow-covered field and the appearance of hills. Below the girl is brown print. Illustrations: Printed In brown print: "BUY THE LIGHT RUNNING NEW RAYMOND SEWING MACHINE THE BEST IN THE WORLD, CHARLES RAYMOND MANUFACTURER, GUELPH - ONTARIO - CANADA" In lower proper right corner: "Bufford"; In lower proper left corner: "706"

Image of 1986.18.132 - Postcard

1986.18.132 - Postcard

Tinted, undivided back, unused postcard. View of Guelph General Hospital, Delhi St. The second empire style building has a mansard roof, bay windows, decorative cresting etc. The hospital is partially hidden by trees. Has tennis nets on lawn in front of building. There is a white border at bottom with inscription. front "GENERAL HOSPITAL, GUELPH" in white on negative back "MADE IN GERMANY" "A.L. MERRILL, TORONTO"

Image of 1995X.25.2 - Card, Advertising

1995X.25.2 - Card, Advertising

Advertising Card for the "New Raymond" Sewing machine; rectangular, cardboard advertising card with light blue white border. The background is pink with a flowering tree. Superimposed on the background is a picture of a young girl carrying a basket of roses in a field. In the upper proper right corner, in a round frame, superimposed over the other picture, is a black and white sketch of a sewing machine with "The "New Raymond" written above in black. Underneath the picture of the girl, is black print. More writing is on the back in black print. Illustrations: Printed On front "THE NEW RAYMOND WITH COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES RAYMOND, SEWING MACHINE MANUFACTURER, GUELPH, ONT." In the lower left c