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Name Beaver Hall
Details Harry Murton Home, 1912

Associated Records

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 1999.28.46 - Photograph

1999.28.46 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of the front and side of a stone building. The building is 2 stories high. There is a covered porch-like area on the left hand side. The front door is obscured but the steps leading up to it, as well as the arch at the top of the steps, are visible. There is a circular gazebo on the right, obscured by trees, but its roof is visible. The second floor, above the porch area, is rounded out and has two visible windows, 8-paned rectangular. On the front face of the house there are four windows. The bottom 2 are rectangular with arches over top and an air conditioner sticking out of the right hand one. The top two windows are arched in a romanesque style. Three are houses

Image of 1991.48.12 - Photograph

1991.48.12 - Photograph

Black and white photograph in beige mount. It is the front view of Beaver Hall, 25 Waterloo Avenue (at the corner of Dublin). The photo shows the front entrance of a stone house with an enclosed stone archway. Off of the archway is a small poch that is heavily covered in vines.

Image of 1991.48.16 - Photograph

1991.48.16 - Photograph

Black and white photograph in a beige coloured mount of north west view of house at 25 Waterloo Avenue, known as Beaver Hall. It is a stone house with oval shaped windows and a garden. There are large trees surrounding the house.

Image of 2013.51.806 - Transparency, Slide

2013.51.806 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph Beaver Hall, located at 25 Waterloo Avenue, on the corner of Waterloo and Dublin Street. It is a two-storey stone house with an arched portico and two small windows above. There are four windows on the left and they are dressed with garland and wreaths. On the right side of the portico there is a round white porch with columns. The porch is also decorated with garland. The house has an addition on the left side. It is beige with two columns on the side and three windows across the fronts. Trees surround the building.

Image of 2013.51.879 - Transparency, Slide

2013.51.879 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph of Beaver Hall, located at 25 Waterloo Avenue - on the corner of Waterloo and Dublin. It is a two-storey stone house with an arched portico and two small windows above. There are four windows on the left and they are dressed with garland and wreaths. On the right side of the portico there is a round white porch with columns. The porch is also decorated with garland. The house has an addition on the left side. It is beige with two columns on the side and three windows across the fronts. Trees surround the building.

Image of 2013.51.880 - Transparency, Slide

2013.51.880 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph Beaver Hall located at 25 Waterloo Avenue - on the corner of Waterloo and Dublin. It is a two-storey stone house that is decorated for Christmastime. It has an arched portico that is decorated with a wreath. There are two windows on the second-storey above it. There are four windows on the left and they are dressed with garland and wreaths. On the right side of the portico there is a round white porch with columns. The porch is also decorated with garland. There are Christmas lights on the roof line and on the roof of the round porch.

Image of 2013.51.881 - Transparency, Slide

2013.51.881 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph Beaver Hall, located 25 Waterloo Avenue - on the corner of Waterloo and Dublin. It is a two-storey stone house that is decorated for Christmastime. See 2013.51.881 for the same photograph but of better quality. It has an arched portico that is decorated with a wreath. There are two windows on the second-storey above it. There are four windows on the left and they are dressed with garland and wreaths. On the right side of the portico there is a round white porch with columns. The porch is also decorated with garland. There are Christmas lights on the roof line and on the roof of the round porch.

2013.51.92 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph of Beaver Hall, located at 25 Waterloo Avenue, showing the front, right corner. This is a two-storey, stone house with three visible chimneys, as well as a satellite dish. The facade of the house has a number of different architectural features, including gabled roofs and arched windows. In total, there are eight visible windows, as well as a door obscured by its arched entryway. The corner of the house in the forefront of the photograph has a rounded porch with white pillars and a white railing. The house is decorated with evergreen garlands and wreaths as well as red bows on the porch, door, and four of the windows. There are also evergreens in the stone urns at the bottom of the

2013.51.128 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph of Beaver Hall, a residence on the North-West corner of Dublin Street and Waterloo Avenue. Twelve of its windows are visible, as well as part of a rounded porch, and the arched entry leading to the front door. There are two cars parked outside, and there is some snow on the ground, and a sign reading, "Royal City Realty Limited" in the front yard. There are several trees in the area, none of which have leaves. Behind the house, the Church of Our Lady is visible, and to the right of the photograph, there is a house on Kent Street.

Image of 2013.51.339 - Transparency, Slide

2013.51.339 - Transparency, Slide

Photograph of The Gables, on left, and Beaver Hall, in the background on the right. The Gables is a two-storey house with an attic and constructed of red brick. It also has a basement with small windows visible at the front of the house. The house has a covered porch on the right that wraps around the front and side of the house. There is a small balcony on the second-storey. The right side of the house is shaped like a bay-window and has a gable roof. On the right, is Beaver Hall. It is a two-storey stone. There are vehicles parked out front of the house.