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Name Saunders, Mrs. T.W.

Associated Records

Image of 1991.11.1 - List, Membership

1991.11.1 - List, Membership

Booklet, "Guelph Social Register, 1912." Small slim volume cover in navy blue silk "moire", with title "Guelph Social Register," embossed in gold lettering. Inside pages are white with black printed text. Contains alphabetical list of names of ladies in Guelph, and the days that they are home. Front cover: "Guelph Social Register". Inside front cover, handwritten in blue ink: "Mrs. W. H. Hamilton 1912". On title page: " Guelph Social Register / 1912". In lower left corner of page: "Published by the Watchful Circle of the King's Daughters". No. of pages: 34

Image of 1970.9.92 - Poster

1970.9.92 - Poster

Poster advertising "The Mikado". Program for Gilbert & Sullivan's original comic opera in two acts. Presented by amateur talent in Guelph. Entire production under musical direction of Mr. T.C.Dawson. Dramatic action, dancers, stage properties & scenery under supervision of Mr. CN Daly. Performed January 26 & 27 at the Opera House.

Image of 1983.27.3 - Program

1983.27.3 - Program

Program for "Guelph Cricket Club, Amateur Theatricals" on Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, 1882. Takes place in the City Hall, Guelph. Rectangular grey paper, single folded to form a four page program. The lettering is printed in black and in various font styles. Front page lists the two comedies which will be presented: "the amusing comedy, NAVAL ENGAGEMENTS, Followed By the Most Laughable of Farces, POOR PILLICODDY." At the bottom of the front page, the printer is listed: "Mercury Print." Page two lists the cast of characters for "Naval Engagements," and page three lists the cast of characters for "Poor Pillicoddy." At the bottom of page three, admission is listed as "25 cents ..... Reserved

Image of 1983.27.2 - List, Membership

1983.27.2 - List, Membership

Blue leather book with gold lettering "Guelph Social Register". Published by the Watchful Circle of the King's Daughters. Includes alphabetical names of women, their addresses and days of the week they are at home. 34 pages in total.

Image of 2010.8.28 - Magazine

2010.8.28 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is light grey. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (December, 1904). 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 hand written in pencil on the top left hand corner of the front cover.