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Image of 2002.22.5 - Booklet

2002.22.5 - Booklet

Booklet, The Elliott History; A History of The Elliott, a charitable housing unit. Written by Eileen Hicks. Pink paper cover with staples used for binding. Front cover has a photocopied black and white photograph of the new Elliott on Metcalfe Street. History is typewritten. Published in July 1984. The history is 12 pages in length, and includes an excerpt from George Elliott's will on page 1. On page 8 is a poem, "The Elliott Home", written by Miss Helen Mellis, a resident of the Old Elliott Home on Delhi Street. The last three pages in the booklet are a letter and notes from an inspection of the Elliott Home in 1921, both written by Alex. Mackay, Provincial Inspector of Prisons and Public C

1997.16.27 - Program

White and green booklet for GCVI, outlining the program for the ceremony, scholarship recipients and lists of teachers. Illustrations: Sketches, B/W Commencement, the Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute "Here the field lies open to the quest of knowledge" October 28 1977 8:00 pm

1997.16.28 - Program

White and green booklet for GCVI, outlining the program for the 1973 ceremony, scholarship recipients and lists of teachers. Also a green and white sketch of the first Wellington County Grammar School 1845. The guelph collegiate vocational institute commencement november 2 1973 8:00 pm

Image of 2000.44.8 - Program

2000.44.8 - Program

Program for the Guelph Figure Skating Club's Rhapsody on Ice, Saturday and Sunday, February 26, 27, 1983. The programme has a white cover with the Guelph Figure Skating Club's logo of a skate with wings in blue and the title also in blue on the front. On the back cover is an ad from Johnson & Johnsons. The program contains ads, a listing of all of the participants in the show, the club executive, photos of the participants, and photos of the guest artists. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W On Cover "Guelph Figure Skating Club presents Rhapsody on Ice - 83 / Program $1.00." No of Pages: 44

Image of 1999.49.6 - Videotape

1999.49.6 - Videotape

Black plastic tape with cardboard cover. Interview with Ralph Ortlieb, a union official, and his involvement in unions and his work at Armco Steel. He also discusses the building of the NDP, communism and what the life of a union staff is like. See multimedia links for release form

2002.62.2.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Progress Edition, February 27, 1962. The paper has two sections. .1 Front section with headline "Ours For the Making: A Wonderful World ... This Is The Story of Guelph". This section is twelve pages and has a futuristic drawing of the city on the front. .2 The second section has a cover page with "The Face of St. George's Sq. Changes" with photos and drawing of some of the buildings in the square. This section is sixteen pages long. No of Pages: 28

2002.62.3.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Progress Edition, 1962. The paper has two sections. .1 Front section with headline "Opportunity Unlimited Guelph". This section is sixteen pages and has the photos of the Mayor and City Council on the front. .2 The second section has a pink cover page with "Mayor Officially Starts Mercury's New Presses" and "Guelph Junction Railway Continues to Pour Money Into Municipal Treasury" No of Pages: 36

Image of 2003.83.1 - Map

2003.83.1 - Map

City of Guelph map. Background of city is white, streets are blue, highways are red. Outside of Guelph city boundries is yellow. On the bottom section of map is the street index, and along the right side is the cover (when folded up), and specific indexes such as "Interesting Points", "Golf Courses", and Shopping Plazas". The cover is blue with photo of City Hall. Reverse side of map is blank.

Image of 1999.33.23 - Videotape

1999.33.23 - Videotape

Videotape in black plastic case. Social History Project by GIRC. Summary of tape: Family-parents occupations and deaths, getting married, birthcontrol; Homelife-getting by during depression, car, groceries, electricity, plumbing, bathing; Education; War-WWII, husband overseas, rationing, sending parcels overseas,war effort; Working-Homewood, Spinning Mill work, bosses, wages, Fire at Rubber Plant; HealthCare-birth at hospital, quarantines, doctors expensive; Hardships.

Image of 1998.51.7 - Videotape

1998.51.7 - Videotape

Black plastic video tape with clear plastic tape. Interview with Roland Hewer about growing up in Guelph, school, social life, work, dating, the Depression, WWII, Italian community, sports, unions and Downtown Guelph.

1991.48.23 - Book, Year

Torch Yearbook Volume XX, 1953. This is the Col. John McCrae Memorial Branch publication with a yellow cover with a hand holding a flaming torch. The inside covers and the back cover have ads from local businesses. The first page has a photo of John McCrae. The book contains a few other images, some meorials and articles about the happenings of the Legion Branch and its members throughout the year. The book is also filled with ads from local businesses.

1980.114.70 - Book, Year

The Torch 1960 Yearbook Vol. XXVII. The book has a light orange cover with an illustration of a hand holding a torch. The book tells of the happenings of the Col John McCrae Branch of the Legion over the year 1960. The book is also filled with ads of local businesses.

Image of 1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t

1979.75.69 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1950 Progress Edition, May 16, 1950. The paper is one section and is 32 pages. The edition focuses mainly on Guelph industries.

1971.47.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress edition, January 27, 1951 - section 2 of paper only. This section contains pages 17-32. The title on the front of the section is "Progress with Guelph" and has a photo of Guelph and a photo of each of the councillors and the mayor.

1980.114.98.3 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress edition, January 27, 1951. The paper has three sections with a total of 48 pages. The paper contains articles about many of the companies operating in Guelph at the time. .1 Title on the front is "Spirit of Progress Animates Royal City" The cover has several pictures showing the changing face of downtown. .2 The title on the front of the section is "Progress with Guelph" and has a photo of Guelph and a photo of each of the councillors and the mayor. .3 Title on the front is "Guelph...A Progressive City". The cover has images of working and industry and below are two large ads for local industries.

1971.47.2.7 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1954 Progress Edition, January 30, 1954. The paper is seven sections, the first two sections the regular news while the other sections are part of the Progress edition. The paper is incomplete with one section of the Progress Edition missing (Section D). .1 Section 1 of the paper with a blue cover with an image of Guelph with hands superimposed over the image. The title is "1954 Progress edition - The Future of Guelph is in Our Hands". This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the news of the day. Pages 13 - 28. .3 Section 3 - First section of the Progress edition with a collage of photos on the front cover. pages A1- A16

1971.47.3.5 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1955 Progress Edition, February 5, 1955. The paper says it is 88 pages however we only have 76 pages so one section is missing. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an aerial view of Guelph with the compass points of N, S, E, W over the image. The title reads: "Guelph Grows at All Compass Points". This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is the first section of the Progress edition with several images of Guelph on the cover. Pages A1-A16. .3 Section 3 - second section of the Progress edition with images of construction on the front cover. pages B1- B16 .4 Section 4 - third section of Progress edition. The title is "Guelph: The Royal City of Oppo

1971.47.4.6 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1956 Progress Edition, February 25, 1956. The paper is 88 pages. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an image of a fortune teller with a crystal ball looking into Guelph's future on the cover. This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. Pages 13-24. .3 Section 3 - first section of the progress Edition with images of different entrances to places in Guelph with the title "Through These Doors". Pages A1 - A16 .4 Section 4 - second section of the progress edition with a large ad for the Board of trade on the front. Pages A17 - A32 .5 Section 5 - third section of Progress Edition. The title is "Guelph: The Roy

1971.47.5.6 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1956 Progress Edition, February 26, 1957. The paper is 80 pages. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an image of a man pouring molten metal into a mold over an aerial view of the city. This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. Pages 13-20. .3 Section 3 - first section of the progress Edition with images of different churches with the title "Silent fingers pointing to heaven". Pages A1 - A16 .4 Section 4 - second section of the progress edition with a large ad for the Board of trade on the front. Pages B1 - B16 .5 Section 5 - third section of Progress Edition. The title is "Guelph: The Royal City of Oppor