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Image of 1986.18.139 - Postcard

1986.18.139 - Postcard

Divided back, unused, tinted postcard of three views in cartouches which include: St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph General Hospital and Homewood Sanitarium. front "GUELPH, CANADA. GENERAL HOSPITAL, ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM" "HAND COLOURED" "CHAS. L. NELLES"

Image of 2003.97.8 - Magazine

2003.97.8 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine for January 1908. Paper magazine, full sheets of paper folded once and stapled to produce booklet. Cover and first few pages are a little thicker than the inside pages. Cover has title, date and black and white photo of St. George's Church with dirt road in foreground. Back cover is covered in advertisements for local Guelph businesses. Both pages inside front cover and inside back cover are also full of advertisements. The magazine has stories, religious advice columns, announcements and agendas for upcoming events. All inside pages are black print on white paper with red also. Edition Date: 1908 JAN 01 Illustrations: Printed Front cover: "St. George

Image of 1997.16.33 - Calendar

1997.16.33 - Calendar

Calendar of historic sites of Guelph b/w photographs. For 1976 on cover photo of the king Edward Hotel. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W Guelph 1976

Image of 2003.107.2 - Postcard

2003.107.2 - Postcard

Black and white photo of air view of Homewood Sanitarium, blank on back. Nothing written on back.

Image of 1986.18.146 - Postcard

1986.18.146 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, postcard. It is a view of several buildings of the Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph including the Vista Building, a brick 3 storey structure with flat roof, columnar facade and verandas and the Colonial Building, a three storey brick building with white columns. front "HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM, GUELPH, ONT., CANADA" back "THE VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING CO. LTD, TORONTO AND MONTREAL" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN" Date Made Notes: postmarked

Image of 1998.17.3 - Booklet

1998.17.3 - Booklet

Booklet, "Guelph, Water Pollution and Who Causes It, Labour Day 1970" put out by the Guelph and District Labour Council. Paper front cover is green with black and white printed lettering and a cartoon-like sketch which illustrates how water pollution occurs. It is drawn by Bill Lloyd. Inside pages are white with black printed type and b/w illustrations. Contents include an article, "Pollution Control in the City of Guelph," various other articles and messages, a program for the "Labour Day Revue" in Exhibition Park, as well as numerous advertisements for local businesses and industries. Illustrations: Printed No of Pages: 38

Image of 1986.18.143 - Postcard

1986.18.143 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, unused postcard. It is a view from the west of several buildings of the Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph. front "HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM, GUELPH, ONT., CANADA" back "THE VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING CO.LTD. TORONTO AND MONTREAL" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 2004.4.1 - Postcard

2004.4.1 - Postcard

Colour postcard of a white clapboard building with a red roof. The building is surrounded by mature trees. The clubhouse has a front verandah with lawn bowling balls sitting on the left side of the verandah. On the right side of the building, a green bench is built into the side of the building. The back of the postcard is dated March 11, 1914 and is from J Parker to his wife. "Guelph Mar 11 1914 Dear wife am well and hope you are the same will be home on Friday night good by Mrs. J G Parker, South Oshawa Ont. J.G. Parker"

Image of 1986.18.142 - Postcard

1986.18.142 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, postcard. It is a view of the Colonial Building, Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph. It is an imposing 3 storey brick structure with white colours and white rails on verandas (2nd and 3rd floors). There is correspondence on the back. front "HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM, GUELPH, ONT" back "WARWICK BROS AND RUTTER LIMITED, PRINTES TORONTO"

Image of 1986.18.144 - Postcard

1986.18.144 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, unused postcard. It is a view from the west of several buildings of the Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph. front "HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM, GUELPH, ONT., CANADA" back "THE VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING CO.LTD. TORONTO AND MONTREAL" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 1986.18.145 - Postcard

1986.18.145 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, unused postcard. Vertical view of several buildings of the Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph including the Vista Building, a brick 3 storey structure with flat roof, columnar facade and verandas. front "THE VISTA, HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM, GUELPH, ONT" back "PUBLISHED BY A.B.PETRIE" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 2002.92.2 - Postcard

2002.92.2 - Postcard

Authenticity: Original Sepia toned postcard of the Homewood Sanitarium c. 1915. The postcard shows four buildings and part of the grounds of the Homewood. In the foreground to the right are two buildings with pillared porticoes. Farther down is a brick building with an arch over the door and a small staircase leading up into the building. The farthest building also has a large porticoed porch that is partially obscured by a tree. In the foreground is the Homewood's grounds with a small path. The back of the postcard is a divided back style with "Post Card" written at the top and the card divided with one side for a message and the other for the address. On the left side is the

Image of 1997.16.18 - Booklet

1997.16.18 - Booklet

Tourism Booklet, "Guide to Guelph, Third Edition, 1972." Rectangular paper covered booklet. A tourist guide to Guelph, detailing sights, shopping and history. It consists of black and white photographs and advertisements. Illustrations: Advertisements/Photographs, B/W Guide to Guelph, produced by the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. Printed by Leaman Printing Limited, Guelph, Ontario. At bottom of page 2 - "Cover Photos - R.S. Macpherson. Other photos as credited. Reproduction by permission only." No of Pages: 60

Image of 1986.18.141 - Postcard

1986.18.141 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, unused postcard. It is a view of the Colonial Building, Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph. It is an imposing 3 storey brick structure with white colours and white rails on verandas (2nd and 3rd floors). front "COLONIAL BUILDING BUILDING, HOMEWOOD SANITARIUM, GUELPH, ONT" back "PUBLISHED BY A.B.PETRIE" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 2002.67.1 - Postcard

2002.67.1 - Postcard

Authenticity: Original Colour: Black/White Postcard; Black and white photograph of the grounds of the Homewood Sanitarium, with a man walking down a path. There is correspondence on the back from a M.M St. Austin to a Miss Thelma Labadie. Dated Aug. 3/19. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W "Homewood Sanitarium Grounds, Guelph, Can.", "162 THE INTERNATIONAL STATIONERY Co., PICTON, CANADA."

Image of 2004.32.53 - Postcard

2004.32.53 - Postcard

Rectangular post card, coloured brown with raised green, red and yellow maple leaves, and a drawing of a canoe on a lake at night in a small rectangle near top of postcard. In the middle of the postcard is a red book which opens to reveal a long strip of paper which is folded to fit inside the book. The strip of paper has black and white photos of various buildings of Guelph. The back of the postcard has a piece of paper glued on with black printing and spaces for a stamp and writing. Front: "Souvenir Greetings" Middle: "Greetings from Guelph, Ont./ C.P.R. Station, Guelph, Ont, The Old Historic Galt Residence/ Ontario Agriculture College Campus, Guelph, Ont/ Court House, Guelph, Ont/ Lower W

Image of 2005.2.1 - Postcard

2005.2.1 - Postcard

Colour Postcard. A driveway in front of a collection of buildings, painted white. In red lettering "Main Drive, showing Manor and Colonial Building, Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph, Ont.". The postcard has been used. It is post dated Aug 29, 1910. Cancelled one cent stamp. It is addressed to Mrs. H. A. Cormir in St. Clair Michigan. The card is published by A. B. Petrie and printed in Great Britain.

Image of 2005.30.1 - Map

2005.30.1 - Map

Street Guide & Map; off-white paper with black print. Folded into 20 rectangular sections. "A" "B" "C" "D" "E" divided within border along top and bottom, "1" "2" "3" "4" "5" "6" along right hand side, the same with "7" at the bottom on other side. The map depicts an area spanning from College Ave. at the bottom to Woodlawn Road at the top, and Silvercreek Road on the left to a little past Victoria road on the right. Street names are listed in a section at the bottom of the map in alphabetical order along with their corresponding coordinates on the map. The rectangular section that is visible when the map is folded has a border made up of three black lines around it. Inside these lines is wri

Image of 2005.30.2 - Map

2005.30.2 - Map

Map, City of Guelph, Revised July 1958. Beige cardboard cover (booklet-style) with folded map attached to back cover. Cover of booklet: thin green 'lightning' or 'jagged' style double border top and bottom. All printing on cover in green. In large print at top: "MAP". Underneath this is a large round dot in the centre of the cover. Below this: "City of Guelph", with another round dot underneath it. Below dot: "REVISED JULY, 1958". To the right of the first dot (in the upper half of the cover) is a stamp in blue ink that reads: "JOHNSON'S ENTERPRISES / 28 PEARL ST., GUELPH / PHONE TA. 2-5441". There is a circular swirl of blue ink at the top right from a pen. Inside left cardboard (all printin

Image of 2003.83.1 - Map

2003.83.1 - Map

City of Guelph map. Background of city is white, streets are blue, highways are red. Outside of Guelph city boundries is yellow. On the bottom section of map is the street index, and along the right side is the cover (when folded up), and specific indexes such as "Interesting Points", "Golf Courses", and Shopping Plazas". The cover is blue with photo of City Hall. Reverse side of map is blank.