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Name Dunbar, Goetz and Dunbar

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Image of 2009.50.3 - Check, Bank

2009.50.3 - Check, Bank

A cancelled cheque from Dunbar, Goetz and Dunbar the Barristers and Solicitors written out to Imperial Oil Limited. The cheque was for Four hundred and two dollars and seventy three cents. The date of the cheque is Nov. 6, 1951 and is from the Dominion Bank in Guelph Ontario. There is a Canadian Stamp on the front of the cheque for six cents, and has been stamped"paid" with the date Nov. 17 1951. The cheque is from the trust account and has been signed Dunbar, Goetz, Dunbar.

Image of 2009.50.2 - Check, Bank

2009.50.2 - Check, Bank

A cancelled cheque that is a receipt from Dunbar, Goetz and Dunbar, Barristers and Solicitors.The recept is for one hundred and forty dollars cash from May 18 1939. The cheque is from the Dominion Bank in Guelph Ontario and has two 3 cent Canadian stamps on it. It has been stamped with the words paid and May 18, 1939.

Image of 2009.50.1 - Check, Bank

2009.50.1 - Check, Bank

A cancelled cheque that is a receipt from Dunbar and Dunbar, Barristers and Solicitors.The recept is for thirty five dollars cash and is from April 2nd, 1932. The cheque is from The Dominion Bank in Guelph Ontario. On the cheque is a Canadian stamp for 2 cents and a stamp saying "Paid, April 2, 1932". The cheque has been signed by Dunbar and Dunbar and the money has been taken from the number 2 account.

1972.10.22.2 - Newspaper

Guelph Evening Mercury, April 23rd 1927. The paper's main story is of the founding of Guelph 100 years ago to the day. The title reads "This Is Guelph's red letter day". The paper is in two sections. .1 section 1 pages 1 - 18. .2 section 2 pages 19-28.

Image of 2010.23.4 - Letter

2010.23.4 - Letter

Letters to Mrs Ethel Telford from Ralph C. Bone. Five page letter. The first three pages are smaller than the last two. The letters are written with a typewriter. The letter is dated July 15, 1959. The letter consists of a record of payments from a mortgage sale to William S. Slater.

Image of 1991.48.27 - Photograph

1991.48.27 - Photograph

Black and white photograph mounted in an ivory coloured folder. It is a 3/4 length portrait of Charles L. Dunbar seated. He has centre parted hair and is wearing a black robe and Geneva tabs - attire that would be worn by a lawyer to the law courts. Printed below photograph: "Leatherdale, Toronto."

Image of 1991.48.2 - Photograph

1991.48.2 - Photograph

Black and White photograph on a cream coloured mount. It is a group portrait of five men seated at a board table. Charles L. Dunbar is seated at left, others not identified. Signed just below photograph on lower right hand corner of mount: "Charles Aylett." Written in pencil on reverse of photo: "Mr. Dunbar Tues."

Image of 1992.44.3 - Photograph

1992.44.3 - Photograph

Studio Cabinet b&w portrait of four men, including Charles Lawrence Dunbar seated left.

Image of 1991.48.7 - Photograph

1991.48.7 - Photograph

Black and white photograph in ivory coloured folder. It is a studio bust portrait of Angus Dunbar in military uniform of Royal Canadian Artillery. Below photograph on the right hand corner of mount: "Kennedy, GUELPH."

Image of 1991.48.9 - Photograph

1991.48.9 - Photograph

Black and white unmounted studio bust portrait of Angus Dunbar wearing a dark business suit. Written in lower right hand corner of photograph is: "KENNEDY."

Image of 1999.28.16 - Photograph

1999.28.16 - Photograph

Small colour photograph of Douglas st. looking towards St. George's Square. Pioneer Furniture is the first visible storefront on the right. There are cars parked on the left hand side of the road, facing the photographer. There is snow on the ground.