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2016.47.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, Tuesday March 1, 1966. The paper is six sections with the first section mainly covering the day's news and then the following five sections (sections A-E) looking at Guelph's progress and business. The front page of section 1 has a colour zodiac ring with a map of Ontario in the center with Guelph highlighted. In the upper right corner is an illustration of a satellite. The title reads "It's been a great year and in '66 Guelph Means Business." Index with names and search terms in the media section Section 1 (pages 1-26): The section is 26 pages and contains the current news both locally and abroad. The headline on page 3 (front page excluding cover) is

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.

Image of 1980.41.3 - Booklet

1980.41.3 - Booklet

Booklet, "He Shoots! He Scores!, History of Hockey in Guelph" by Harold A. Cole. Paper cover, the front cover is orange with black printed text and b/w pictures. Book covers the playing of hockey in Guelph from the late 1870s to 1970. Many b/w pictures of hockey personnel and teams. In addition, there are numerous advertisements of local businesses. Illustrations: Photographs, Printed, B/W No. of pages: 16

Image of 1980.41.4 - Booklet

1980.41.4 - Booklet

Booklet, "Guelph Sports Hall of Fame," by Harold A.Cole. Paper cover. Front cover is red with black printed text and b/w printed pictures of Harold Cole, and the Guelph CMC's Centennial Cup Winner 1971-72. Cover photo by Dorothy Taylor Studios, Quebec St., Guelph. Pictures and articles about various sports played in Guelph from 1884-1972. Numerous advertisements of local businesses throughout booklet. Illustrations: Printed, Photographs, B/W No. of pages: 32

Image of 1983.4.3 - Photograph, Snapshot

1983.4.3 - Photograph, Snapshot

Unmounted, black and white photograph of the donor, Rod Lamont as at age 12 when he was the 100 lb. Boxing Champion of Ontario, 1924. He is wearing boxing trunks and socks; his shoes are beside him. The photograph was taken outdoors in front of a brick building (house). On back: "100 LB. CHAMP OF ONTARIO, YOUNG ROD LAMONT, 1924".

Image of 2014.84.887 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.887 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of downtown Guelph with St. George's Square in the centre. Wyndham Street runs right through the Square and Douglas Street runs off the Square at an angle on the left. To the right of the Square is the Victoria Rink and lawn bowling greens with Baker and Yarmouth Streets to the right of it. In the background Catholic Hill is visible as well as Central School. The image is a bit blurry. BACK: Information about photo written in blue pen.

Image of 1983.4.4 - Photograph, Snapshot

1983.4.4 - Photograph, Snapshot

Unmounted, black and white, full length photograph of Rod Lamont in a fighting pose, 1924. He is wearing boxing trunks and shoes, but no gloves. The snapshot, which shows Rod as the 100 lb. Boxing Champion of Ontario, 1924, was taken outdoors.

Image of 2014.84.835.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.835.1 - Print, Photographic

Black and white aerial photo of St. George's Square. The photo shows the downtown core west of the square. Wyndham Street runs from bottom left to centre right, while Carden is in bottom left corner, Macdonell runs from centre left to bottom right, Cork Street parallel to Macdonell and then Quebec Street. Photo has a white border.

Image of 2014.84.992 - Negative

2014.84.992 - Negative

Negative strip with two negatives. Image 1: Aerial view of St. George's Square. The image is blurry but St. George's Square is in the bottom centre with Wyndham Street running up and down through Square and Quebec Street running across the Square and the photo. Norfolk/Gordon Street runs from bottom right to top left. Church of Our Lady is in the upper right corner and in the upper centre is the Armoury. Memorial Gardens Arena and City Hall are facing Carden Street. The Victoria Rink is in the bottom right. Image 2: Aerial of the Gordon and Wellington area. Gordon Street runs diagonally across the image, crossing the river.The photo was taken looking South East. Hammond Manufacturing is i

Image of 2014.84.883 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.883 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of Downtown Guelph with the back end of Church of Our Lady in the centre. Dublin Street runs across the bottom of the photo and Norfolk Street runs across the photo on the other side of the Church. The streets from right to left (running from top to bottom) are Kent Street, Northumberland, Cork, Paisley, Carden Wilson, Macdonell and Quebec are also visible. In the upper left is St. George's Square with Wyndham Street running through it. The photo is a bit blurry. BACK: Information about photo written in pencil.

Image of 2014.84.878 - Negative, Film

2014.84.878 - Negative, Film

Aerial photograph of downtown Guelph. In the centre is St. George's Square and in the southwest corner of the Square is an empty space where the Bond Hardware building had been before the fire. In the bottom centre is a little park - Priory Square with the Blacksmith Fountain in it. Macdonell runs directly to the left of Priory Square and Carden street is just to the left of Macdonell. Quebec Street runs at an angle from Norfolk to Priory Square and Woolwich runs in the bottom right.

Image of 2014.84.990 - Negative

2014.84.990 - Negative

Aerial view of St. George's Square. Wyndham runs in the upper right corner and Quebec Street runs from top right corner to bottom left corner. St. George's Square is in the upper right corner. At St. George's Square and Cork Street is the empty spot where the Bond building had been before being destroyed by fire. Chalmers Church, Knox Church and the YMCA are on Quebec Street West and behind them is the Victoria Rink and lawn bowling green. At Paisley and Norfolk is the Guelph Public Library and across Paisley is the Cambridge Street Arena and National Grocers.

Image of 2014.84.877 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.877 - Print, Photographic

Aerial photograph of downtown Guelph. In the centre is St. George's Square and in the southwest corner of the Square is an empty space where the Bond Hardware building had been before the fire. In the bottom centre is a little park - Priory Square with the Blacksmith Fountain in it. Macdonell runs directly to the left of Priory Square and Carden street is just to the left of Macdonell. Quebec Street runs at an angle from Norfolk to Priory Square and Woolwich runs in the bottom right. BACK: Information about the photo written in blue pen.

Image of 2014.84.989 - Negative

2014.84.989 - Negative

Black and white aerial photo of Macdonell Street. Macdonell runs down the centre of the photo from Church of Our lady to the bottom of the photo. To the left of Macdonell is Carden Street and to the right is Cork Street and Quebec Street. Wyndham runs across the centre of the photo with St. George's Square in the lower right. On the left is the CNR station, City Hall and Memorial Gardens Arena. Just behind the arena, on Wilson Street, is the imperial Biscuit Factory and H. Lieman and Sons Company. On the right is Central School and behind it is GCVI. Cambridge Street Arena and National Grocers are at Norfolk and Paisley and the Bond Building and Bank of Montreal are seen around St. George's S

Image of 2014.84.989 - Negative

2014.84.989 - Negative

Black and white aerial photo of Macdonell Street. Macdonell runs down the centre of the photo from Church of Our lady to the bottom of the photo. To the left of Macdonell is Carden Street and to the right is Cork Street and Quebec Street. Wyndham runs across the centre of the photo with St. George's Square in the lower right. On the left is the CNR station, City Hall and Memorial Gardens Arena. Just behind the arena, on Wilson Street, is the imperial Biscuit Factory and H. Lieman and Sons Company. On the right is Central School and behind it is GCVI. Cambridge Street Arena and National Grocers are at Norfolk and Paisley and the Bond Building and Bank of Montreal are seen around St. George's S

Image of 2014.84.835.2 - Negative

2014.84.835.2 - Negative

Black and white aerial view of St. George's Square. The photo shows the downtown core west of the square. Wyndham Street runs from bottom left to centre right, while Carden is in bottom left corner, Macdonell runs from centre left to bottom right, Cork Street parallel to Macdonell and then Quebec Street. Photo has a white border.

Image of 2014.84.884 - Negative, Film

2014.84.884 - Negative, Film

Aerial view of Downtown Guelph with the back end of Church of Our Lady in the centre. Dublin Street runs across the bottom of the photo and Norfolk Street runs across the photo on the other side of the Church. The streets from right to left (running from top to bottom) are Kent Street, Northumberland, Cork, Paisley, Carden Wilson, Macdonell and Quebec are also visible. In the upper left is St. George's Square with Wyndham Street running through it. The photo is a bit blurry.

Image of 2014.84.888 - Negative, Film

2014.84.888 - Negative, Film

Aerial view of downtown Guelph with St. George's Square in the centre. Wyndham Street runs right through the Square and Douglas Street runs off the Square at an angle on the left. To the right of the Square is the Victoria Rink and lawn bowling greens with Baker and Yarmouth Streets to the right of it. In the background Catholic Hill is visible as well as Central School. The image is a bit blurry.

Image of 2014.84.988 - Negative

2014.84.988 - Negative

Black and white aerial photo of downtown Guelph. In the bottom of the photo runs Farquhar street and the Armoury in the lower left. The rail line runs across the photo just above Farquhar and then the streets that run across are from top to bottom, Carden Street, Macdonell Street, Cork Street and Quebec Street. Woolwich Street runs in the upper right corner. Dublin Street runs down the photo in the upper left, Norfolk runs in front of Church of Our Lady, and Wyndham Street runs through St. George's Square.