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Name Guelph Steam Laundry

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Image of 1998.30.1 - Book

1998.30.1 - Book

"The King's Daughter's Cook Book" Small book with an off white cover. The text on the front cover is orange and decsribes the title od the cook book. There is a circular leaf and ribbon design in the middle of the front cover. The back cover has a piece of paper attched to the top left corner. The inside pages are loose from the spine. There are drawings and black and white photographs, and advertisements through out. There are 246 pages. There are blank pages in the book to provide space for the owner to write their own which is the case in this book.

Image of 2002.27.49 - Invoice

2002.27.49 - Invoice

Invoice, White with printed black text and pertinent information filled in in black ink and pencil. Top third of the invoice provides information on the business. The rest of the invoice is lined and divided into 7 vertical columns by red and blue lines. The top portion of the invoice and the bottom portion are separated by red and blue lines. The bottom portion gives information on the items sold. There are two small holes punched into the top of the invoice. "GUELPH STEAM LAUNDRY 154-156 Quebec Street West.", "Guelph, July 15 1901", "M Central Hotel", "To W. Hunter, Dr.", "TELEPHONE 95" bottom, "July 9 To 66 pucrs @ 1 .66 " 13 " 13 " 1 .13 /.79" "Recd Payment D.

Image of 2002.27.70 - Invoice

2002.27.70 - Invoice

Invoice. Beige paper invoice with black print. From Parker and Co., Dr. Guelph Steam Laundry, Quebec St. and Bicycle exchange Newspaper Distributing Agency next to Opera House. The Invoice is directed to the Central Hotel for a total of 1.30 which was paid Nov. 25, 1901. "W.C. Parker, Manager Guelph Steam Laundry 154-156 Quebec Street West Bicycle Exchange Newspaper Distributing Agency Next Door to Opera House Guelph Nov. 25, 1901. Central Hotel To Parker and Co., Dr. Laundry phone 95 Bicycle phone 189 ..."

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

Image of 1980.114.81 - Booklet

1980.114.81 - Booklet

"Guelph Ontario - The Royal City 1907" "A City of Great Enterprises - Wholesale and Manufacturing Agricultural Resources Unsurpassed" Booklet of trade information on the City of Guelph from 1907 Covers missing 31-0 cm W X 23-0 cm H pages missing 16 pages total left

Image of M2006X.11.1 - Book

M2006X.11.1 - Book

A beige book, yellowed with age, titled "The King's Daughter's Cook Book" in red writing. The title inside add's to the title "And Domestic Helps". The book was compiled by the Guelph Circle of the King's Daughters, from St. Andrew's Church in Guelph. The book was created in 1908 and is worn from frequent use. The recipes are from various women. The book contains advertisements from various companies in the city. The front page on the inside of the book contains handwritten words of "Jean Scott", "Janet McCrae", and "Janefield Christmas 1908". On the back cover is a page from another book pasted to the back, upside down. It is giving instructions of how to measure properly when cooking.

Image of 2007.34.3 - Map

2007.34.3 - Map

Cream coloured paper with writing on the outside folded side. Unfolded it shows a map of the city of Guelph in black outlined drawing. Traced over some roads are red or blue lines. Writing on outside says; "Maps of the City of Guelph (underlined)/Showing Boundaries of/ Wards (underlined) and (??) Polling Sub Divisions (underlined)/ H.J.B. Leadlay (?)/City Clerk/ St. Patricks Ward (underlined) P.S. Div. 1.2.3 & 4/St. George's Ward (underlined) " 5.6.7 & 8/ St. John's Ward (underlined) " 9.10. & 11/St. David's Ward (underlined) " 12.13 & 14/ St. Andrews Ward (underlined) 15.16.17 & 18/ St. James' Ward (underlined) " 19.20.21 & 22" Inside the map's Title reads "The City of /Guelph/ Wellington C

Image of 1978.109.2 - Invoice

1978.109.2 - Invoice

Invoice/ Laundry Bill; Black print on rectangular yellow paper and filled in with handwritten pencil. Issued to Mr. Drew and not dated except for "189_". The bill is "2 Shirts, New and open Bosom (12 1/2) for 25 cents",1 "Cuffs, per pair 4 cents" and "3 Collars, each (2 c.) 6 cents" and the total balance is "35 cents". Printed in black at the top of invoice: "BRANCH OFFICES: CHAS. HOWARD'S MARKET SQUARE. / MRS. LISTER'S QUEBEC ST., OPP. KNOX CHURCH./ TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY / Drivers instructions are to RETURN to the laundry office ALL PARCELS for which they do not receive PROMPT PAYMENT on delivery. All goods not delivered and on which the charges are not paid will be sold in 60 days.

1976.40.46 - Book

Book "Souvenir of the 28th Annual Convention of The Trades and Labour Congress of Canada in Guelph, Ontario, September 1912" The book is hardcover with a dark red cover with gold print. The book is 102 pages in length and has photos of different unions, members of Guelph Labour Council and ads from companies all over the country.

1991.41.15.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Evening Mercury, Monday February 14, 1910. The main article on the front cover is about the Great Mercury Contest and its winners. The paper is 8 pages in length.

Image of 1972.10.1 - Book, Cook

1972.10.1 - Book, Cook

"The King's Daughter's Cook Book" Small book with an off white cover. The text on the front cover is orange and describes the title of the cook book. There is a circular leaf and ribbon design in the middle of the front cover. The outer cover is covered in black marks and stains. The inside pages are loose from the spine. There are drawings and black and white photographs, and advertisements through out. There are 246 pages. Between the inside of the front cover and the first page there is a recipe for Ripe Cucumber Pickle. Attached to page 126 there is a handwritten recipe for marmalade. There is a name, Miss Robena Stewart.

1978.165.68 - Program, Theatre

Royal Opera House program for Macbeth. The program may be missing pages. The program is filled with ads from local businesses. The program is four pages (one large page folded in half and printed on both sides. The play was held on Monday May 22nd, probably in 1893.

1978.165.495 - Invoice

Invoice from the Guelph Steam Laundry to the American Hotel, March 14, 1914.

1978.165.496 - Invoice

Invoice from the Guelph Steam Laundry to the American Hotel, April 22, 1914.

1978.165.497 - Invoice

Pink invoice from the Guelph Steam Laundry to the American Hotel, November 3, 1915.

1978.165.2560 - Invoice

Invoice handwritten in pencil on printed form. "Ours is Sanitary" Phone 95 Guelph Steam Laundry 80 Norfolk St., Guelph Guelph Mar 23 American Hotel 60 Pillow Slips each 2c. 1.20 Mar 25/15 Paid Di Mi [?]

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 2014.33.3 - Book

2014.33.3 - Book

The OAC Review, November 1909, Volume XXII Issue No. 2. Front cover is a dark grey colour, with a black and white photograph of the original Johnston Hall on the upper half. Beneath the photograph is a stock of wheat, with "THE OAC REVIEW" in big white letters. Below the title is a white circle with "November 1909" in black letters. The back cover is white with an advertisement. The content of the booklet is advertisement and articles pertaining to the OAC. The topics of the articles are as follows: The Canadian Seed Growers Peace (Poem) Modern Socialism Experimental Horticulture Editorial College Life Athletics Alumni MacDonald Schools' and Teachers' Department Locals

Image of 2014.33.2 - Book

2014.33.2 - Book

The OAC Review, VOL XVII Issue No. 6, March 1905 The cover is a thick brown paper. The front has a red border and black and red writing. The writing, located at the top says, "OAC Review" and at the bottom "March 1905." The picture on the front has two halves. The upper half is of a farmer with a horse drawn flow, in a field. The lower half is of a steam ship at port. On the left side there is a red staff, intertwined with wheat stocks. From the red staff, are two ornate and red "C"'s, which across the page, encompass the two pictures. The back cover contains an advertisement. Contents of the book are advertisements as well articles related to the OAC. The book is 111 pages lon

Image of 2014.33.1 - Book

2014.33.1 - Book

The OAC Review, VOL XVII Issue No. 4, January 1905 The cover is a thick brown paper. The front has a red border and black and red writing. The writing, located at the top says, "OAC Review" and at the bottom "January 1905." The picture on the front has two halves. The upper half is of a farmer with a horse drawn flow, in a field. The lower half is of a steam ship at port. On the left side there is a red staff, intertwined with wheat stocks. From the red staff, are two ornate and red "C"'s, which across the page, encompass the two pictures. The back cover contains an advertisement. Contents of the book are advertisements as well articles related to the OAC. The book is 100 pages