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Name Spalding, Ernest
Born 09/26/1904
Places of residence 1909 - Green St.
24 Lyon Ave.
Father John Spalding
Mother Florence Jane Hicks

Associated Records

Image of 1967.1.15 - Album, Postcard

1967.1.15 - Album, Postcard

Empty postcard album, black and gold cover design, word "Album" in gold lettering, "Post Card" in pencil, featuring a young woman and a flower (possibly orchid) motif. Album is bound in blue. Inside pages are green with slots for the postcards. Inside written, "To Ernest, from Mother."

Image of 1967.1.316 - Card, Halloween

1967.1.316 - Card, Halloween

Halloween Postcard "A Merry Halloween" Black cat with broom and four carved pumpkins. Verse beside cat. Postmark Toronto, 1909, Addressed to Master Ernest Spaulding Lyon Ave. Guelph. Handwritten note from Auntie Millie "I hope you are a good boy. Don't get frozen"

Image of 1967.1.312 - Card, Halloween

1967.1.312 - Card, Halloween

Halloween Postcard, 1909. Three pumpkin creatures sitting on a squash beside a black cat. "Hallowe'en" in red at top. Postmarked Montreal 1909, Addressed to Master Earnest Spalding 140 Lyon Ave. Guelph. Hand written note

Image of 1967.1.318 - Card, Halloween

1967.1.318 - Card, Halloween

Halloween Post Card, 1909 "A Thrilling Hallowe'en". Two small children dressed in white sitting on red chairs holding a book "Ye Ghost Story". the child without a hat, hair is sticking up. A carved pumpkin at their feet. Three carved pumpkins on a shelf above their heads. "Painting only copyrighted by S. Garre 1908". Postmarked Brooklyn 1909. Addressed to Ernest Spalding Lyon Ave Guelph Ont. Canada. A note from Aunt Margaret who is sending a book called "Buster Brown" for his birthday. One cent American Stamp. Printed in Germany.

Image of 1967.1.135 - Card, Thanksgiving

1967.1.135 - Card, Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Postcard, turkey with two cobs of corn, pumpkin and two apples, "Thanksgiving Greetings". Addressed to master Ernest Spalding 24 Lyon Ave. Guelph. Signed from Auntie Millie, Postmarked Guelph, 1 cent Canadian stamp.

Image of 1952.58.1 - Certificate

1952.58.1 - Certificate

Guelph Public Schools Certificate of honor awarded to Ernest Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in the first grade, Primary Division of the Guelph Public Schools during the term beginning February 1st and ending June 25th 1913. The Certificate is written in purple and has a green boarder.

Image of 1952.58.2 - Certificate

1952.58.2 - Certificate

Guelph Public Schools Certificate of Honor Awarded to Ernest Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in the first grade, Primary division of the Guelph Public Schools during the term beginning September 3rd and ending January 31st 1913. Certificate is written in purple font and is encompassed by a green boarder.

Image of 1952.58.3 - Certificate

1952.58.3 - Certificate

Certificate of Honor Awarded to Ernest Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in the second grade, part two juniors division of the Guelph public schools during the term beginning September 1st and ending January 31st 1914. Certificate is written in dark purple with light green boarder around text.

Image of 1952.58.4 - Certificate

1952.58.4 - Certificate

Certificate of Honor Awarded to Ernest Hicks Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in Grad 5a Junior Third Division of the Guelph Public Schools during the term beginning February 1st and ending June 30th 1916. The font is written in black and Green and is surrounded by a green flower like boarder.

Image of 1952.58.5 - Certificate

1952.58.5 - Certificate

Guelph Public Schools Certificate of Honor Awarded to Ernest Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in grade 5B Juniors Third B Division of the Guelph Public Schools during the term beginning September 3rd 1916 and ending January 31st 1917. Certificate is written with black and green font and has a green flowery boarder.

Image of 1952.58.6 - Certificate

1952.58.6 - Certificate

Guelph Public Schools Certificate of Honour awarded to Ernest Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in Grade 6a Jr. Third Division of the Guelph Public Schools during the Term Beginning February 1st and ending June 29th 1917. Certificate is written in black text and is surrounded by a green boarder.

Image of 1952.58.7 - Certificate

1952.58.7 - Certificate

Certificate of Honour Awarded to Ernest Spalding for regular and punctual attendance and uniformly good conduct as a pupil in Grade 8a, Senior Fourth division of the Guelph Public Schools during the term beginning September and ending January 1919. On this certificate the text is written in brown and green. Also the boarder circling the text is green. There are some rips along the bottom edge.

Image of 1967.1.79 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.79 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of a Santa Claus in a blue coat outside of a window. He is carrying a Christmas tree. Four birds in the tree above him. The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 14 Green St., Guelph and postmarked 1908 in Brooklyn. The card is from Aunt Margaret. The postcard has a 1 cent American stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.80 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.80 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of a Santa Claus in a red coat with his finger by his nose holding a present "for a Boy or Girl". "Merry Christmas on top of card. The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., Guelph and postmarked 1909 in Toronto. The card is from Auntie Miller. The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.81 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.81 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of two horses (brown and white) and red flowers bottom right. The postcard is gold background. "A Bright and Happy Christmas" The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., Guelph and postmarked 1909 in Guelph. The card is from Mrs. Chater. The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.82 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.82 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of two children, The girl is dressed in red with a muff, holly and a doll, The boy is dressed in yellow and has snowballs. Gold background with red border and holly. "Christmas Greetings" The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., Guelph and postmarked 1909 in Hamilton. The card is from Martha J. Wilson. She "is hoping that Santa Claus calls at your place". The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.86 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.86 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of a Santa in a red coat in a Christmas Tree. White background with gold almost sleigh like with words "A Merry Christmas" The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., Guelph and postmarked 1910 in Guelph. The card is from Grandma. The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.87 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.87 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of a young girl in a red jacket pulling a sleight with holly. Silver background with words "X-Mas Greetings" The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., City and postmarked 1912 in Guelph. The card is from Auntie Gertie. The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.88 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.88 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of a young girl in a long dress being kissed by a young boy in costume. Two Japanese lanterns at the top of each corner. Silver border with words "Christmas Greetings" The postcard is addressed to Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., City and postmarked 1912 in Guelph. The card is from L & M Waters. The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.

Image of 1967.1.93 - Card, Christmas

1967.1.93 - Card, Christmas

Christmas postcard with image of two red poinsettias and a image of a farm scene in a frame. Words in gold and black "I send the Old Old Greeting tendered Year by Year Wishing you a happy Xmas and bright New Year!" The postcard is addressed to Master Ernest Spalding of 24 Lyon Ave., City and postmarked 1910 in Guelph. The card is from Arthur. The postcard has a 1 cent Canadian stamp in top right corner.