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Name Doughty (W.T.) Flours and Feeds

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Image of 1974.15.7 - Booklet

1974.15.7 - Booklet

Booklet , entitled "The Royal City of Canada, Guelph and Her Industries" - Special Industrial Souvenir Number of the Guelph Daily Mercury, Guelph, Canada" published by Authority of the City Council and Guelph's Old Home Week Committee. Printed in 1908 for Guelph Home Week and booklet has a programme for the festivities occurring from Sunday to Thursday on pages 6 to 8. On page 54 is an index of the contents of the booklet. Paperback cover, white with organ pillar design with b/w photograph of Guelph in the center. Black printed lettering. No. of pages; 54 glossy paper typeset in black printed 1908 "Containing a comprehensive review of the natural advantages and resources of Guelph, togeth

1978.165.360 - Invoice

Orange paper invoice from W.T. Doughty, dealer in flour, feed, seeds, potatoes, hay, straw and salt to the American Hotel, May 6, 1912. The invoice is filled in pencil and is marked paid at the bottom of the invoice.

1978.165.685 - Invoice

Invoice from Doughty & McFarlane (successors to W.T. Doughty) to the American Hotel, January 2, 1917. The bill, for two bags of potatoes bought on December 29, 1916, is marked paid on January 3, 1917.

1978.165.686 - Invoice

Invoice from Doughty & McFarlane (successors to W.T. Doughty) to the American Hotel, July 31, 1919. The bill is marked paid on August 11, 1919.

1978.165.1792 - Invoice

Invoice from Doughty & McFarlane (successors to W.T. Doughty)Dealers in Flour, Feed, Seeds, Potatoes, Hay, Straw and Salt, Breakfast Cereals, Terms Cash, Poultry Foods to the American Hotel, May 30, 1919 for 1 bale of hay $2.00 The bill is marked paid on June 2, 1919.

Image of 2009.32.1119 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.1119 - Transparency, Slide

Black and white slide of stores along the north side of Carden Street West, circa 1900. The leftmost sign reads "Gowdy Bros. Coal & Wood" with another sign for "Coal and Wood" next to it on the right. A black sign with white letters reads "W.T. Doughty", while the rightmost sign, in the top corner, says "The Happy Thought Range". All buildings are two storeys except for the leftmost building which has at least three. Many buildings have light-coloured awnings over the front. A lot of people are walking along the street, and many are riding horse-drawn buggies and carriages.

Image of 2014.84.338 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.338 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of store fronts on Carden Street. On the far right is W.T. Doughty, next to that building is Gowdy Bros Coal and Wood. Some stores have awnings. There are many horses with carriages parked in front of the stores. Photo has a white border. BACK: "Carden Street 1908" written at top left.