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Name Scroggie, G.A.

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Image of 1976.40.21 - Program

1976.40.21 - Program

Program, "Guelph Centennial Old Home Week Official Programme, August 1-6, 1927". Rectangular pale yellow paper cover, stapled, with black printed lettering. City Crest is on front cover. Inside pages are off-white with printed black text and b/w pictures of various public buildings and sites in Guelph. Contains a schedule of events for each day of Old Home Week, as well as small essays about the past and present history of Guelph. Included are two poems: "Guelph - Our Heritage" by Anne Sutherland; and "In Flanders Fields" by Lt. Col. John McCrae. As well there are numerous commercial advertisements placed by Guelph businesses. Front Cover: "Guelph Centennial Official Programme / City C

Image of 1985.82.118 - Program

1985.82.118 - Program

Program - Service of Dedication of the New Church School Building of Knox Presbyterian Church, Guelph". Dated Wednesday, September 30, 1953. Rectangular booklet, white glossy paper with pink printed illustration and lettering. Booklet bound together with two staples. Front cover has a pink and white sketch of Knox Presbyterian Church. Cover reads: " Service of Dedication of the New Church Building of Knox Presbyterian Church, Guelph, Ontario / Wednesday, September 30th, 1953 / 8:00 p.m. Page 1 - "The Minister's Message" with a pink and white photograph of Rev. D. Crawford Smith under the title. Page 2: Knox Presbyterian Church Officers and Membership of the Session. Page 3: Board of Ma

Image of 1985.82.131 - Program

1985.82.131 - Program

Program of 100th Anniversary Services for Knox Presbyterian Church, November 5 to 19th, 1944. Rectangular off-white paper folded in half to form a four page leaflet. Printed black lettering. Front cover: "Knox Presbyterian Church, GUELPH / Rev. J.C. Grier, Minister / 100th Anniversary Services, NOVEMBER 5TH TO 19TH, 1944 / "I was glad when they said unto me let us go up into the house of the Lord." Centre pages are a description of special services and events to be held each day and that celebrate the church's 100th anniversary. Back page or cover lists the individuals who served on the Centennial Committee.

Image of 1991.32.1 - Booklet

1991.32.1 - Booklet

Souvenir Booklet, Programme of events for Guelph's Centennial Celebrations, July 31st to August 6th, 1927. It also includes various pictures and articles on the city and its institutions, as well as advertisements. There is an article on the Guelph War Memorial (in Trafalgar Square) which was to be unveiled at this time. Book is stapled. Pages are light brown paper with black printed lettering and B/W illustrations. No. of pages - 36.

1976.40.53.1 - Booklet

Knox Church Centennial Anniversary Booklet 1844-1944. The booklet is soft cover with staple binding. The cover is brown paper with black print and in the centre is a logo of a burning bush with a Latin saying encircling it "Nec Tamen Consumebatur". the booklet is 56 pages in length and tells the history of the church and contains several photographs. Pasted to the inside back cover is the program for Knox's 104th Anniversary service in 1948. On the inside front cover, written in blue ink is "Wm. Lyon".

1976.40.53.2 - Booklet

Knox Church Centennial Anniversary Booklet 1844-1944. The booklet is soft cover with staple binding. The cover is brown paper with black print and in the centre is a logo of a burning bush with a Latin saying encircling it "Nec Tamen Consumebatur". the booklet is 56 pages in length and tells the history of the church and contains several photographs.

Image of 1985.82.29 - Photograph, Snapshot

1985.82.29 - Photograph, Snapshot

Black and white snapshot, with a white border, of the main entrance to the Guelph jail, in a stone wall. On lower border of photograph: "THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO OLD GUELPH JAIL." On back: "DALLAN"; "GUELPH MERCURY"

Image of 2008.17.20 - Slide

2008.17.20 - Slide

Slide of the Gaol, located behind the Courthouse, taken for the talk called "The Stones of Guelph". The photo shows a view of the upper floor of the Gaol and the castle-like design of the building. Found across the top of the walls are crenellations and merlons which are built on the top of almost every castle wall. Nine windows are located on the main section of the Gaol and four windows are in the smaller section of the building located on the left hand side of the slide. On the roof, near the left hand side, is a small black addition with windows covering both walls. On the roof, in the middle of the main section of the Goal, is a small Canadian flag above one of the posts that runs vertic

Image of Grundy 31 - Photograph

Grundy 31 - Photograph

Photograph of a photo with a white border, of the main entrance to the Guelph jail, in a stone wall. Around the wall and in the background piles of rubble are visible. This is likely taken during the restoration of the jail in 1911. On the back of the photo, written in pencil is "city Jail" A black stamp "F. Grundy" is also stamped on the back.