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1997.28.1 - Newspaper

Guelph mercury Newspaper with headline "German's Quit". One section. The section is fourteen pages and contains mainly news about the war. There are also many ads for local businesses. Illustrations: Advertisements/Photographs, B/W "The Guelph Mercury" May 7, 1945 "German's Quit" No of Pages: 14

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2003.31.1 - Book, Cook

Cook Book made of full sheets of paper folded over once to create booklet. May have been a cover at one point in time. Title on front is "Selected Recipes" In center of front is black and white photo of "The Church of St. James the Apostle - Established 1890". At bottom of the cover it says "A collection of tested recipes selected and arranged for publication by the members of the Parish Guild of The Church of St. James the Apostle". Inside are recipes and advertisements. The back of the cover has an index. Illustrations: Printed No of Pages: 80 No of Parts: 1 Count:

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

2002.62.2.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Progress Edition, February 27, 1962. The paper has two sections. .1 Front section with headline "Ours For the Making: A Wonderful World ... This Is The Story of Guelph". This section is twelve pages and has a futuristic drawing of the city on the front. .2 The second section has a cover page with "The Face of St. George's Sq. Changes" with photos and drawing of some of the buildings in the square. This section is sixteen pages long. No of Pages: 28

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2007.35.3 - Program

Program, Kiwanis Guelph Club presents the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sir Ernest MacMillan, conductor, at the Collegiate Auditorium on Friday, November 17th 8:30 PM. The guest artist is Beauna Somerville, violinist. The proceeds in aid of Boys Camp. Cream coloured paper cover with printed black lettering and Kiwanis Club crest. The program has many advertisements from Guelph companies. The first page includes the programme for the evening, plus description of the music, the boys camp and a listing of the Kiwanis members, executive for 1944, and the committees. As well, it lists the members who are in military service. There are also B/W/ photographs of Sir Ernest MacMillan and the guest artis

Image of 2007.35.2 - Program

2007.35.2 - Program

Kiwanis Guelph Club presents the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Sir Ernest MacMillan, conductor at the Collegiate Auditorium on Wednesday Oct 31at 8:30 PM. The proceeds in aid of Boys Camp. Green coloured paper cover with printed black lettering and gold coloured Kiwanis crests on front cover. The program has many advertisements from Guelph companies. The first page includes the progress for the evening, plus description of the music, the boys camp and a listing of the Kiwanis members, executive for 1945 and the committees, as well as those members in military service. It also includes photograph of Sir Ernest MacMillan, and mayor Gordon Rife. Illustrations: B/W Printed No. of pages: 44

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2007.35.4 - Program

Program, Kiwanis Guelph Club presents the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Sir Ernest MacMillan, conductor at the Collegiate Auditorium on Wednesday November 5th, 1947 at 8:30 PM. The proceeds in aid of Boys Camp. Zara Nelsova, Guest Artist. Grey coloured paper cover with printed black lettering and blue, cream and gold coloured Kiwanis crest on the front cover. The program has many advertisements from Guelph companies. The second page includes the programme for the evening, plus description of the music, the boys camp. It also includes b/w photograph of Sir Ernest MacMillan. Inside last page includes a list of officers, directors, honorary members and the roster for April 1947. Illustrations: B/W

Image of 2007.35.1 - Program

2007.35.1 - Program

Program, "Guelph Kiwanis Club presents the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sir Ernest MacMillan, Conductor, Carlo Corelli, Guest Artist" at the Collegiate Auditorium on Wednesday, October 23rd, 8.30 p.m." Gold coloured paper cover with writing on cover and Kiwanis crest. The proceeds of concert in aid of Boys' Camp. The program has many advertisements from Guelph companies. Contents include the programme for the evening, plus description of the music, the boys camp and a listing of the Kiwanis members executive for 1945 and the committees. It also includes photographs of Sir Ernest MacMillan, Conductor, Robert Stewart, Founder of Robert Stewart Limited, and Robert A.M. Stewart, President of Rober

Image of 1981.42.26 - Booklet

1981.42.26 - Booklet

"1943 (logo) The Torch Year Book - Vol X - Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch (Torch Logo) Guelph Ontario - "They Served Till Death - Why Not We?" Various WW2 pictures, articles, poems and many commercial advertisements.

Image of 1985.82.120 - Booklet

1985.82.120 - Booklet

"19(logo)41 The Torch - Year Book - Vol VIII - Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch (Torch Logo) Guelph Ontario - "They Served Till Death - Why Not We?" Various WW2 articles about both active and reserve soldiers, pictures, Legion Officers and commercial advertisements are present in year book.

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1986.15.12 - Program

Program for the Dedication Service of Guelph Odd Fellows Temple, June 9th, 1962. Rectangular white cardboard cover with printed black lettering and a b/w photograph of the temple on the front cover. Inside pages are glossy white paper with printed black text. Contents include: a discussion of the purpose of the dedication ceremony; those members on the dedication staff; a brief history of Off Fellowship in Guelph and its four lodges; a list of its business patrons; and those individuals serving on the dedication committee. Front Cover has a b/w photograph of the temple in the center. Printed above and below it: "DEDICATION SERVICE / GUELPH / ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE / -o- SATURDAY, JUNE 9th, 1962

1991.48.23 - Book, Year

Torch Yearbook Volume XX, 1953. This is the Col. John McCrae Memorial Branch publication with a yellow cover with a hand holding a flaming torch. The inside covers and the back cover have ads from local businesses. The first page has a photo of John McCrae. The book contains a few other images, some meorials and articles about the happenings of the Legion Branch and its members throughout the year. The book is also filled with ads from local businesses.

1972.20.16 - Book, Year

The Torch 1944 Yearbook Vol. XI. The book has a light brown cover with and illustration of a hand holding a torch. The book tells of the happenings of the Col John McCrae Branch of the Legion over the year 1944. The book is also filled with ads of local businesses.

1980.114.70 - Book, Year

The Torch 1960 Yearbook Vol. XXVII. The book has a light orange cover with an illustration of a hand holding a torch. The book tells of the happenings of the Col John McCrae Branch of the Legion over the year 1960. The book is also filled with ads of local businesses.

1979.7.32.3 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury "Test of Time" edition February 28, 1948. This is a section of the paper that looks at businesses in Guelph that have been in existence for 25 years or more. The section is ten pages in length. .1 pages 1-2, 9-10 .2 pages 3-4 .3 pages 5-8

1971.47.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress edition, January 27, 1951 - section 2 of paper only. This section contains pages 17-32. The title on the front of the section is "Progress with Guelph" and has a photo of Guelph and a photo of each of the councillors and the mayor.

1980.114.98.3 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress edition, January 27, 1951. The paper has three sections with a total of 48 pages. The paper contains articles about many of the companies operating in Guelph at the time. .1 Title on the front is "Spirit of Progress Animates Royal City" The cover has several pictures showing the changing face of downtown. .2 The title on the front of the section is "Progress with Guelph" and has a photo of Guelph and a photo of each of the councillors and the mayor. .3 Title on the front is "Guelph...A Progressive City". The cover has images of working and industry and below are two large ads for local industries.

1978.73.5 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Farm Edition, March 28, 1953. The paper is smaller than the regular paper and it has a pink cover with two farming images on the front. The paper is 64 pages long and contains farming information for all of Wellington county.

1978.73.10.7 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, January 31, 1953. The paper has seven sections and is 112 pages in total. .1 Section 1 - This section contains the news of the day and is 16 pages in length .2 Section 2 - This is the first section of the Progress edition and looks at some of Guelph's businesses. The section is 16 pages long. .3 Section 3 - More of the Progress Edition with images of the mayor and councillors on the cover. The section is 16 pages long. .4 Section 4 - Third section of progress edition. This section is 16 pages long. .5 Section 5 - Fourth section of progress edition. This section is 16 pages long. .6 Section 6 - Fifth section of progress edition. This section is 16 pages

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2010.8.58 - Yearbook

Acta Nostra Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute Yearbook. The cover is green with a gold, white, and red compass of the front. There is also text on the front cover which states the date, name of school, and the name of the yearbook. The back of the book is plain green. There are 176 pages. On the first page there are the coat of arms of the provinces. Throughout the book there are pictures of the students and teachers, names, pictures of sports teams and various events, and advertisements.