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Image of 2013.39.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

2013.39.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

Very poor condition and should only be handled when absolutely necessary City of Guelph fire insurance plan February 1897 revised to 1907 and then revised again in September 1916. The plan has a black hard cloth cover. The first page has a street index. In the upper right corner there is a blue label that describes the revisions "Surveyed Feb'y 1897 revised to Sept. 1916 new sheets 35 to 38 are added population 16,738 ..." Page 2 is the map of the city with colour coding showing which page each area is shown. There is also a legend showing what each abbreviation or symbol means. There are 38 pages and each page shows a particular area. Each page shows the buildings in that area and t

Image of 1999.26.1 - Map

1999.26.1 - Map

Paper map rolled on textile backing. Two wooden dowels at each end. Illustrated sketches of town hall and county courthouse & jail. "Map of the Town of Guelph in County of Wellington Province of Ontario from Actual Surveys and original Plans by T.W. Cooper, C.E & PLS. Includes wards, street lamps, streets and watermains and properties and landowner names outside the city.

Image of 2015.64.4 - Card, Christmas

2015.64.4 - Card, Christmas

Christmas card of an etching of Northumberland Street and Church of Our Lady. The etching was done by J. Peter Frank in 1949 and the signature is in the bottom right corner. The etching shows the little section of Northumberland Street that is between Norfolk and Wilson Street. In the background is Church of Our Lady and the rectory and convent and a few bare trees. The card is on an off white cardstock and inside in Gothic script is "Season's Greetings" with the signature in blue ink of John McElderry.

Image of 2008.44.1 - Map

2008.44.1 - Map

1877 Map of the Town of Guelph with 1890 markings of sewers and watermains surveyed by T.W. Cooper. The map has three illustrations at the top. One of City Hall, one of the Town of Guelph and one of the Court House and Jail. The map has painted red dots to mark water valves and watermains. On the back of the map is written in black pencil "1877 Cooper Map with waterworks system" The map is attached to a wooden dowel at the top and bottom that is painted black. The map is varnished.

Image of 2015.64.12 - Program

2015.64.12 - Program

Program for Church of Our Lady Open House, May 15, 1966. The front cover of the program has a black and white picture of the church with a blue band at the bottom with "Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Guelph Ontario" in white. The front cover opens in the centre (in two halves) to reveal a black and white photo of the interior of the church in the centre. On the left side is a write up about the present church and the current pastors. On the right side is a write up about the church history. On the back is a brief write up about the ecumenical spirit and an invitation to tour the church again.

Image of 2005.18.2 - Map

2005.18.2 - Map

Paper map attached to textile backing, glossy finish. Black round pole with decorative ends attached with nails to bottom of map. Inscription in pencil on back reads "P. Ryan" . Black rectangular wooden pole with two metal loops and one fabric tie attached with nails to the top of the map. Three lithographic illustrations along top; first of "TOWN HALL & MARKET HOUSE." (city hall has clock tower), the next of the "TOWN OF GUELPH." (shows mostly small residences with church towers in background), last shows the "COURT HOUSE & JAIL." Writing upper left corner with decorative swirly lines around it: "MAP / OF THE / TOWN OF GUELPH / in the / County of Wellington / PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. / From actu

Image of 1978.165.115 - Invoice

1978.165.115 - Invoice

Invoice for funeral of John McAteer, April 26, 1917. Rectangular cream coloured paper with printed black letterhead: "Catholic Rectory / GUELPH, ONT." Invoice handwritten in black ink. Lists expenses and total of "$38.25". Under this is written "Recd. Payment" by "F. Wafer Douglas, S.J. / April 26th, 1917". "Funeral of Mr. John McAteer / H.R.M. $25.00 / Digging grave 5.00 / Months Mind 5.00 / $35.00 / Pew Rent $3.25 / $38.25 / Recd Payment / F.Wafer Douglas, S.J. / April 26th, 1917".

Image of 1981X.220.1 - Map

1981X.220.1 - Map

Map c. 1875. Paper with cotton backing. Black on yellow paper. Map is nailed to two wooden slats at top and black wooden slat at base. "Map of the Town of Guelph in the County of Wellington Province of Ontario from actual Surveys and Original Plans by T.W. Cooper, C.E & P.L. S". Copp Clark & Co. Lith., Toronto; scale 4 chains to an inch, date unknown. Map shows wards, divisions, survey plans, buildings, street lamp and water tank locations, 3 black and white photographs along top, City Hall, Market Hall on aerial landscape; courthouse and Jail. Black border.

Image of 2002.23.8 - Postcard

2002.23.8 - Postcard

Postcard; Postcard showing aerial view of the central downtown area of Guelph. Colour photograph. The back of the postcard gives a description of the photograph, the name of the photographer, and information on the publisher of the card. There is also a lined space provided for writing a message. "Majestic POST CARD", "POSTAGE STAMP", "Dist. by Kitchener News Co. Ltd., Kitchener, Ontario, Canada", "printed in Canada by lawson graphics pacific limited vancouver, British Columbia", "KS-7425", "Guelph, Ontario Aerial view of the central downtown area of Guelph, famed as the birthplace of John McCrae, author of "In Flanders Fields," and as the home of the University of Guelph.", "Photo b

Image of 1981X.228.1 - Map

1981X.228.1 - Map

Map c. 1875. Paper with cotton backing. Black on yellow paper. Map is nailed to two wooden slats at top and black wooden slat at base. "Map of the Town of Guelph in the County of Wellington Province of Ontario from actual Surveys and Original Plans by T.W. Cooper, C.E & P.L. S". Copp Clark & Co. Lith., Toronto; scale 4 chains to an inch, date unknown. Map shows wards, divisions, survey plans, buildings, street lamp and water tank locations, 3 black and white photographs along top, City Hall, Market Hall on aerial landscape; courthouse and Jail. Black border.

Image of 2017.1.16 - Letter

2017.1.16 - Letter

Reference Letter for Fred McTague From Father F. W. Doyle, May 10, 1927. The letter is one page and handwritten on cream coloured paper with black ink. Printed at the top "Catholic Rectory, Guelph, Ont." and handwritten below "This is to certify that I have known Mr. Frederick McTague for fifteen years and can recommend him as a young man of excellent moral character. Sincerely Yours, F. Wafer Doyle, S.J., May 10, 1927". There is a seal embossed in the bottom right corner, possibly for Church of Our Lady (the seal is not legible).

Image of 1992.53.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

1992.53.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

City of Guelph 1929 Fire Insurance Map Book. The ledger is a large red cloth covered book with post binding. The spine has two loops for pulling the book off a shelf. The book of maps was originally compiled in 1922 by the Underwriter's Survey Bureau and then it was revised in 1929. The book is 40 pages with an index at the front. The book has burgundy tabs for each page number but some are missing. The fire insurance plans are divided into different areas and each building is identified in a different colour depending on its construction material. Many of the pages have over pasted areas where something was revised for in 1929.

1978.165.1131 - Invoice

Invoice from Maylor Auto Sales to the Estate of John McAteer, April 27, 1917. The invoice is for a trip from the Hotel to the Rectory and return.

Image of 1992.69.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

1992.69.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

London Assurance Company Fire Insurance Plan for 1881 revised to 1892. The plan is a hard cover book with a brown cloth cover with leather spine and corners. The book has a paper label on the front cover. On the inside front cover there is another paper label from the insurance company. The book contains twelve pages of maps that cover the downtown area of Guelph. On each page the different colour buildings represent the different building materials used. There are sections of the maps that have been overpasted when it was revised.

Image of 1986.18.104 - Postcard

1986.18.104 - Postcard

Divided back tinted postcard with correspondence and a 3-cent Canada postage stamp on the back. It is the front view of the Church of Our Lady and the Rectory. The Rectory is a red coloured barn-like building with a mansard roof. The church has the twin towers. front "CHURCH OF OUR LADY AND RECTORY, GUELPH, ONTARIO, CANADA" back "THE PHOTOGELATINE ENGRAVING CO. LTD. TORONTO"

Image of 1986.18.105 - Postcard

1986.18.105 - Postcard

Divided back tinted unused postcard. Shows front view of Church of Our Lady and the Rectory. The Rectory is a red coloured barn-like building with a mansard roof. The church has the twin towers. front "CHURCH OF OUR LADY AND RECTORY, GUELPH, ONTARIO, CANADA" back "THE PHOTOGELATINE ENGRAVING CO. LTD. TORONTO"

Image of 2005.15.1 - Map

2005.15.1 - Map

Map, paper. Appears to be copy of hand-drawn original. Upper left corner is written: "MAP / OF THE / CITY OF / GUELPH / IN THE / PROVINCE OF ONTARIO" in stylized writing with floral designs around it. Underneath this is written: "Showing:- Public Buildings - Black / Factories by Number / Scale - 10 Chains to one Inch." On left there is a numbered list of factories, headed by "Location of City Factories etc.". Bottom left is "Published by / C.L. NELLES / Bookseller & Stationer / GUELPH. ONTARIO.". Map covers area from Forest St. at the bottom to "Road at the North West Limit of the City" at the top, and from Silvercreek Road on the left to Victoria Road on the right.

Image of 1974.33.3 - Print

1974.33.3 - Print

Colourized print of "View of Guelph" from the Canadian Illustrated News January 24, 1874. The view is from Grange hill. In the centre background in St. Bartholomew's Church with the rectory and Loretto Convent on either side. To the left is City Hall and to the right is St. George's Church. In the foreground are several residential homes and in the lower right is a boy and his dog looking after some cows and sheep.

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 1987.60.1 - Photograph

1987.60.1 - Photograph

B&W Aerial photograph of downtown city of Guelph. Photographs 1987.60.2 and 1987.60.3 are details of factories found in this image. Aerial shot is from Eramosa Rd. to York Rd., Wyndham St. to Speed River (approx.) Some of the buildings visible are the Armoury, City Hall (including the clock tower which was removed in 1961), Market buildings, train station, Harding Yarns factory, Albion Hotel, Church of Our Lady, King Edward Hotel, Memorial Gardens, Speed Skating Rink, St. George Church, Guelph Jail, Chalmers Church, Norfolk St. United, St. George's Square, domestic buildings, and Heffernan St. Bridge.