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Image of 2010.2.4 - Program

2010.2.4 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Fields Golf Club on May 13th, 1952. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by speeches by the Chairman, the reception of new member, and the presentation of the Quarter Century Award. This was followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and games. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

Image of 2009.28.1 - Booklet

2009.28.1 - Booklet

A Guidebook to the city of Guelph. This is the 2nd Edition as part of the Centennial Project of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. The cover is green and has a collage of Guelph pictures in the shape of G. Inside of front cover - Gilson Page 1 - Guelph Chamber of Commerce; Message from the Mayor: Paul W. Mercer Page 2 - Bucyrus-Erie Company of Canada Ltd.; The Bank of Nova Scotia Page 3 - Guelph City Hall and Memorial Gardens; Guelph Public Library Page 4 - Guelph Statistics; City Officials: Mayor Paul W. Mercer, City Administrator F.M. Woods, City Clerk W.G. Hall, City Treasurer M.R. Sather, Assessment Commissioner R.W. Brydon, City Engineer W.P. Taylor, Industrial Commissioner R.S. Macp

1981.30.2.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1981 Progress edition February 28, 1981. The paper is in 8 sections. .1 Front section with a colour cover showing a man working in a foundry. The section covers the day's news. 12 pages .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. 12 pages .3 First section of the Progress edition with a full page ad for John & Johnson celebrating the year of the disabled. 1A-16A .4 Section 2 of Progress edition with a full page ad for the Co-operators. 1B-16B .5 Section 3 of Progress edition with full page ad for Euclid on front cover. Pages 1C-12C. .6 Section 4 of progress edition with a full page ad for Muer Construction on the yellow front cover. Pages 1D-12D .7 Sec

Image of 2010.2.17 - Program

2010.2.17 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 11, 1959. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the remarks by the members. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . Then there was an election of officers and finally there was games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

1998.21.21 - Card, Dance

Medium sized green dance card with a cut out cover that reveals an image of possibly the Priory or more likely the Cutten Club.

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 1997.11.1 - Album, Postcard

1997.11.1 - Album, Postcard

Souvenir postcard booklet of Guelph. The outside cover includes a car on a road. Includes a space for mailing and a stamp. The back of the package has a Union Jack. Sixteen coloured photographs of Guelph scenes which include: View from Cutten Field, View of Lake on Ont. Reformatory Grounds, Grounds at OAC, Main Buildings at Ontario Reformatory, McCrae Birthplace, The Clubhouse - Cutten Fields Golf Course, Upper Wyndham, Macdonald Institute, Lower Wyndham, OAC, Lower Wyndham St. and St. George's Square, Warm Memorial Hall, Road side Beauty near Guelph, Ont. Vet. College and Macdonnell St. These postcards fold out and are printed on both sides. Souvenir of Guelph, Canada

Image of 2013.9.56 - Postcard

2013.9.56 - Postcard

Cardstock divided back postcard with tinted colour photo of golf green and four golfers dressed in white. White border surrounds photo and caption at bottom in black print reads "First Tee, Cutten Fields Golf Club, Guelph, Ontario, Canada." A line separates the address section from the correspondence section, and "Post Card" is printed at the top in black. The manufacturer information is printed vertically up the left side. Written in ink on the left side is the message: "I bet Cecil would like to be here in the Summer."

Image of 2017.10.3 - Map

2017.10.3 - Map

Guelph Transportation Commission Map, 1971. Printed on tan coloured paper with red and blue text. When completely unfolded there is a large map of the City of Guelph with the bus routes highlighted in a thicker blue line. A legend for the map, the bus routes and a street index appear along the bottom. The reverse side of the map lists information including the schedule for nine bus routes, fares, points of interest and information about a charter service. The front cover reads "25 cents, Official Schedules and Route Map, Guelph Transportation Commission, Effective August 3, 1971".

Image of 2010.2.14 - Program

2010.2.14 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on May 16, 1958. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman. To follow was the reception of new members and the presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . Games were then held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members

Image of 2016.4.3 - Newsletter

2016.4.3 - Newsletter

Guelph Arts Council Newsletter February 1977. The newsletter is four pages long, folded once and printed on goldenrod coloured paper. There is a note attached to the front of the newsletter. It is typed with handwriting on the top and bottom. The newsletter outlines events that are happening throughout Guelph in February 1977. Some Sesquicentennial events are highlighted as well. Front Page: "The Arts in Guelph, Volume 2, Number 18 February 1977" across the top. The article on the front page "Old Guelph: It's People and Buildings" discusses the development as well as promotes a series of walking tours performed by Professor Gordon Couling for the Sesquicentennial. Note: "Mrs. John Sunde

Image of 2012.4.3 - Book, Year

2012.4.3 - Book, Year

Guelph Biltmore "Mad Hatters" Year Book for 1972-1973. Black, red and white cardstock covers, front has black and white photo of a hockey game under "Guelph Biltmore" title in red. The Year Book price is on the front cover at the bottom as well as team name in white with black outline "Mad Hatters." Back of book has a full page of individual black and white photos of the team members for those years, 25 in total. Program has 36 pages with majority of pages dedicated to advertisements, pages 1-4 and 7-10 are identical as are 25-28 and 33-36. Player information on the left surrounded by ads opposites manager or larger player biographies on the right side pages throughout the book. Inside cove

Image of 2010.2.11 - Program

2010.2.11 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 7th, 1956. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman. To follow were remarks by the members, the old and new versions of O Canada, and the entertainment provided by a soloist, accompanist, and an accordionist. Then came the election of officers and games were held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the ye

2016.47.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, February 24, 1979. The paper has eight sections. The front page reads "Guelph Today - Tomorrow, This is Guelph 1979...Standing Tall for Progress" in blue and black text. The paper includes articles about numerous Guelph businesses as well as articles about Guelph clubs, heritage, arts, life, sports and general interest. Section 1 (pages 1-14): The section is 14 pages and contains the current news both locally and internationally. Section 2 (pages 15-28): The section is 14 pages and includes special interest, sports and classified advertisement. Section 3 (pages 1a-12a): The section is 12 pages and has articles and advertisements for Guelph busi

1977.148.3.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury, March 5 1977. 1977 Progress Edition. The paper is 8 sections with a total of 114 pages. .1 Front section containing news of the day. Main headline "Devastating Quake Batters Bucharest" The section is 8 pages long. .2 Second section of paper continues with the days news. The cover has pictures of local politicians. 18 pages long .3 First section of the Progress edition. Front and back cover are green and the front cover has a full page ad for Imperial Tobacco with birthday wishes for Guelph. Section contains profiles of local industries. Pages 1A-16A .4 Front page has a full page ad for Euclid. Section contains profiles of local industries.Pages 1B-16B .5 Front p

2017.9.5 - Minutes, Meeting

Guelph General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Minutes folder, 1975-1984. The loose collection of minutes are mostly typed with a few handwritten notes throughout. The minutes are in chronological order with 1975 at the front and 1984 at the back.

Image of 1979.28.1.6 - Magazine

1979.28.1.6 - Magazine

McLean's Magazine article, "The Royal City," by Frederick Edwards. Published October 15, 1940. Six loose pages torn from original magazine. 12 pages (25-30, 58-61). Illustrations: B/W Article gives history of Guelph and its development and talks about some of the city's more famous citizens. B/W photographs of Guelph people and landmarks. Some pages have strips of colour on advertisements for accent.

2002.62.1.4 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Victory Edition, May 9, 1945. The paper has four sections. .1 Front section with headline "Yanks Capture Goering". This section is ten pages. .2 Middle section with ten pages (pages not numbered). The first page of this section does not have one big headline but the top three articles are "Canada-Trained Fliers Gave Allies Superiority"; "Refugees Bring Own Industries"; "Canadians on Home Front Share Honour of Victory" .3 Section three is ten pages and has several articles on the first page including "35,000 Nazi Prisoners Learn of Nation's Fate" .4 Last Section, ten pages in length, with the articles "King, Queen Shared Hardships of People" and "Many Notables F

2015.38.3 - Film, Video

Go to Media section to view film. 8mm roll of film of Guelph from the Cutten Club. The view is looking North from the Cutten Club Hill. In the foreground are several houses (bungalows) that line the edge of the golf course. In the background is a view of the City including Church of Our lady. The footage then turns to a street covered in snow and the trees covered in snow and ice. There is a bridge (possibly Gordon Street?) also covered in snow. The footage then moves to the OAC where there are ice sculptures on the grounds. Minnie Pruss is in front of the camera, near the sculptures while Stuart Pruss holds the camera. There are sculptures of a train, a large man lying down, a giant bird

Image of 1992.5.2 - Guide, Street

1992.5.2 - Guide, Street

Street Guide. Small blue street guide with navy blue writing on the cover. On the inside are photographs and advertisements for local services and industries. The locations of all the streets in Guelph are listed. Dated 1955. "Proposed Street Name Changes after 1956" can be viewed on page 103. Illustrations: Printed Printed on cover: "CITY OF GUELPH STREET GUIDE" "PRICE 35 CENTS". At bottom of page 3 is printed that the street guide has been sponsored by "the Guelph Police Association 1955 with the support of our advertisers." Under this is copyright and trademark of "Typographical Union Label, Guelph." No of Pages: 112