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Image of 1978.65.35 - Booklet, Advertisement

1978.65.35 - Booklet, Advertisement

Advertising Booklet, "RYAN STORE NEWS, No. 53 / GUELPH, ONT. / April 3, 1928". Two sheets of newsprint folded in half to form eight page advertising pamphlet. Black print on what is now brown paper. Published by G.B. Ryan & Co. Limited Department Store. This edition is titled "EASTER FASHION NEWS." Drawings of women's clothing with descriptions and prices. On the back printed in lower right corner: "THE GUMMER PRESS, GUELPH". Above it is its trademark bearing the words "TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LABEL, GUELPH".

Image of 2012.43.1 - Booklet

2012.43.1 - Booklet

"Keeping the Faith: Colonel John McCrae Memorial branch Yearbook 1934" The booklet is blue with an illustration of crosses and poppies behind the title. The Legion crest is in red in the centre of the cover. at the bottom of the cover is a red quote "Never elated while one man oppressed - Never dejected while another blest". The booklet is 24 pages and is mostly filled with ads from local businesses. The booklet also has some pages related to the Legion: Page 1: Foreword Page 5: Memorial to the dead Page 7: Picture of John McCrae and poem In Flanders Fields Page 9: List of Officers and Members of Legion Page 11: "About Ourselves" Page about McCrae Branch of

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 1977.51.39 - Envelope

1977.51.39 - Envelope

Return envelope for letter, 1977.51.40; black print letters on rectangular off-white paper envelope. Printed on address front: "H. GUMMER, "HERALD", GUELPH, CAN."

Image of 1977.51.40 - Letter

1977.51.40 - Letter

Solicitation Letter; off-white paper with letterhead printed in brown at top of paper. Letter typed in blue ink. Letter is addressed to Kenneth McLean Esq., Solicitor, City and is dated "Guelph, Oct. 31, 1902." The letter is soliciting advertisements and is from H. Gummer, Publisher and Printer of The Guelph Herald. Letterhead: "BEST MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISING IN THE COUNTY OF WELLINGTON / ESTABLISHED 1847 / FINEST PRINTING IN THE COUNTY, ESTIMATES GIVEN MODERATE RATES / OFFICE OF THE GUELPH HERALD DAILY AND WEEKLY / H. GUMMER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR / TELEPHONES - BUSINESS OFFICE, No. 17 / EDITORIAL ROOMS 17b / RESIDENCE, ...- 3" Letter contents - "Dear Sir, May I insert the acco

1978.165.2392 - Invoice

Invoice to Mr. John McAteer from the Guelph Herald, March 12, 1914. The invoice is for $1.00 and is for two job ads placed in the Guelph Herald.

1987.5.8 - Book

Book, A History of the Parish of St. Johns Church, Ancaster by Thomas Devey Jermyn Farmer. Published in Guelph, The Gummer Press, 1924. Blue hard cover with gold printing on spine. Handwritten inscription to Mr. & Mrs. Smith, by the author August 18, 1929.

1986.36.6 - Booklet

The OAC Review 1932. Light brown card stock covered booklet with dark brown print. On the cover is the OAC crest and up in the top right corner in pencil is "A.G. Misener". The booklet has several articles about the happenings and research taking place at the OAC. There are also ads from local businesses.

Image of 2005.43.1 - Yearbook

2005.43.1 - Yearbook

Brown soft cover GCVI 1928 Yearbook. The book has an irridescent title "Acta Nostra GCVI Hic Patet Ingeniis Campus". At the bottom centre is "1928 published by the students of the Guelph Collegiate-Vocational Institute" in green. The book is filled with stories, anecdotes and black and white photos and illustrations. The book also has ads from many area merchants. The book is 132 pages long.

1978.165.1066 - Receipt

Receipt to John McAteer, August 15, 1912 from Gummer. The receipt is written on American hotel letterhead.

Image of 1976.40.21 - Program

1976.40.21 - Program

Program, "Guelph Centennial Old Home Week Official Programme, August 1-6, 1927". Rectangular pale yellow paper cover, stapled, with black printed lettering. City Crest is on front cover. Inside pages are off-white with printed black text and b/w pictures of various public buildings and sites in Guelph. Contains a schedule of events for each day of Old Home Week, as well as small essays about the past and present history of Guelph. Included are two poems: "Guelph - Our Heritage" by Anne Sutherland; and "In Flanders Fields" by Lt. Col. John McCrae. As well there are numerous commercial advertisements placed by Guelph businesses. Front Cover: "Guelph Centennial Official Programme / City C

Image of 2010.8.51 - Yearbook

2010.8.51 - Yearbook

Acta Nostra Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute Yearbook. The cover is blue in colour and textured. The name of the yearbook is in the centre of the front cover in gold text. At the top there is the school's coat of arms in a darker blue. At the bottom in darker blue as well there is the date and text that explains how the yearbook was published. On the back there is an advertisement for Neilson's chocolate in dark blue. Throughout the book there are pictures of the students and teachers, names, pictures of sports teams and various events, and advertisements.

1978.165.2384 - Invoice

Invoice to Mr. John McAteer from the printer and publisher of the Guelph Herald, Dr. H. Gummer, April 1, 1891. The invoice is for three months of newspapers received daily and is for $1.00.

1988.25.2 - Yearbook

1930 GCVI Acta Nostra Yearbook. The cover is a green textured paper with the title in dark blue. In the centre is a small embossed picture of the school with the latin motto beneath. At the bottom is the date of the yearbook and that it is published by the students of GCVI. The book is filled with essays, artwork, photos etc. of the students of GCVI. There are also ads of local businesses inised. The yearbook is 148 pages in length.

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2010.8.18 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is pink. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (May, 1903). Inside all text is black with red highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There twenty-seven pages not including the Report. Advertisements are inside the front cover as well as the inside and outside of the back cover. Just inside the front cover is the "Annual Reports" for Easter, 1903. This report consists of twelve pages. The front cover has a hole on it measuring 4.5cm L x 1.5cm W.

1978.165.2390 - Invoice

Invoice to Mr. John McAteer from the printer and publisher of the Guelph Herald, Dr. H. Gummer, December 31, 1895. The invoice is for three months of newspapers received daily and is for $1.00.

Image of 1976.40.23 - Program

1976.40.23 - Program

Program - Guelph Trades & Labor Council Official Labor Day Program, 1925. Light grey paper cover with printed black lettering. Program consists of 16 pages, bound together by two staples. Pages are off-white with printed black text. Contains a schedule of events for the morning, afternoon and evening. The program is prefaced by an address, "Guelph, The Royal City," by George A. Drew, Mayor of Guelph, 1925. There are also numerous commercial advertisements. Front Cover: "Guelph Trades & Labor Council OFFICIAL PROGRAMME / Labor Day / SEPTEMBER 7, 1925 / Morning - Afternoon - Evening / BETTER THAN EVER THIS YEAR". Printed under the date is the trademark for "Typographical Union Label, Gue

1978.165.2388 - Invoice

Invoice to Mr. John McAteer from the printer and publisher of the Guelph Herald, Dr. H. Gummer, March 30, 1895. The invoice is for three months of newspapers received daily and is for $1.00.

Image of 2002.27.26 - Invoice

2002.27.26 - Invoice

Invoice; black print and handwritten ink and pencil on rectangular beige paper. Top third of the invoice gives information on the store. The rest of the invoice is lined and divided into 7 vertical columns by red and blue lines. This portion gives information on the items sold. There are two small holes punched into the top of the invoice. The text is printed in black or hand written in black ink and pencil. Top portion also has space for date and name of buyer, which are left to be filled in. There is also text printed on the bottom section, "To Daily Herald" and "Mos to", with the number of months ordered and the date left to be filled in. top portion, "THE WEEKLY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1847 $

1978.165.2393 - Invoice

Invoice to Mr. John McAteer from the Guelph Herald, August 1, 1914. The invoice is for $2.00 and lists four job ads placed in the Guelph Herald at 50 cents per ad, including one "Porter Wanted" and two "Girl Wanted" ads.