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Image of 1980.114.84 - Map

1980.114.84 - Map

1962 Map. Black and white paper inside a green on brown paper folder. "Map of the City of Guelph". Drawn by Wm.S. Haras: Amended April 1962, Scale 900 feet to an inch. Copyright by Guelph Police Association. map shows 1962 Street Plan of Guelph bounded by Woodlawn, Victoria College and Silvercreek Road; map is secured to brown folder with green "Map of City of Guelph Revised - Sept 1962" printing.

Image of 2009.28.1 - Booklet

2009.28.1 - Booklet

A Guidebook to the city of Guelph. This is the 2nd Edition as part of the Centennial Project of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. The cover is green and has a collage of Guelph pictures in the shape of G. Inside of front cover - Gilson Page 1 - Guelph Chamber of Commerce; Message from the Mayor: Paul W. Mercer Page 2 - Bucyrus-Erie Company of Canada Ltd.; The Bank of Nova Scotia Page 3 - Guelph City Hall and Memorial Gardens; Guelph Public Library Page 4 - Guelph Statistics; City Officials: Mayor Paul W. Mercer, City Administrator F.M. Woods, City Clerk W.G. Hall, City Treasurer M.R. Sather, Assessment Commissioner R.W. Brydon, City Engineer W.P. Taylor, Industrial Commissioner R.S. Macp

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 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 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 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

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 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"

1986.14.10 - Book

"Guelph, Canada" book filled with printed images of Guelph. The front cover is brown with silver title. The book is bound with brown string. On the front cover is the Carnegie library. On the first page is a paragraph describing the City of Guelph. The images are: The H. Ellis Private Ambulance Service Panorama of Guelph St. George's Square and Lower Wyndham Street Collage of City Hall, Court House, Armoury, Post Office Collage of Speed River from Allan's bridge, Speed from Foot bridge, Guelph from Goldie's Mill, The Old dam at Riverside Park Woolwich and Cardigan Streets and Eramosa Hill Footbridge and St. George's Church Interior of Church of Our Lady Macdonald Hall and Macdonald I

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 2008.55.32 - Program

2008.55.32 - Program

Guelph Spring Festival Program, April 29 - May 15, 2005, "Music of Enchantment" - 38th season. Front cover is blue with an art piece "Persia" done by Carolyn Riddell. Inside cover are the sponsors of the event with the list of Board of Directors, Festival Staff, and welcome letters by Barrie Cabena, the Mayor, and Ministers of Ontario. Advertisements are throughout the program with the events in the middle and a list of donors at the end of the booklet. A short history of the Guelph Music Festival is on the back cover. No. of pages: 18

Image of 1986.32.4 - Map

1986.32.4 - Map

City of Guelph Map, 1907. Paper mounted on cardboard, black printing. "Map of the City of Guelph Canada 1908. Drawn and published by Frank P. Lloyd 561 Euclid Ave. Toronto price 25 cents Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1907 by Frank P. Lloyd Toronto at the Department of Agriculture Ottawa". Map of city of Guelph showing street names, ward boundaries, city limits, steam railways, electric lines, 42 references of places of business and municipal buildings, rises in land, lot numbers, Ontario Agricultural College and Experimental Farm

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 2017.10.3 - Map

2017.10.3 - Map

Guelph Transportation Commission Map, 1971. Printed on tan coloured paper with red and blue text. When completely unfolded there is a large map of the City of Guelph with the bus routes highlighted in a thicker blue line. A legend for the map, the bus routes and a street index appear along the bottom. The reverse side of the map lists information including the schedule for nine bus routes, fares, points of interest and information about a charter service. The front cover reads "25 cents, Official Schedules and Route Map, Guelph Transportation Commission, Effective August 3, 1971".

1989.33.1 - Book

Book "The Homewood Sanitarium: 100 Years of Service 1883-1983" The book has a blue cover with a colour photo of the Homewood on the front. Inside contains the history of the homewood with several black and white photographs chronicalling the hospital's 100 years of service.

Image of 1971.40.59 - Article

1971.40.59 - Article

Newspaper article clipped out of newspaper. Off-white newsprint paper with black printed lettering. 1946 newspaper article entitled: "A Brief Historical Sketch of the Homewood Sanitarium." Relates the early history of the Homewood from its incorporation in May 1883.

Image of 1987.47.1 - Guide, Street

1987.47.1 - Guide, Street

"City of Guelph Street Guide, 1948-49." 100 page printed booklet that is stapled. Has green paper cover with black printed lettering and City of Guelph Logo. Attached to the inside of the back cover is a pull-out map / street guide of the City of Guelph. Lists all the streets in Guelph, as well as a number of advertisements placed by local businesses. Has a number of b/w photographs of Homewood Sanitarium. On pages 77 to 82 is printed "Historical Story of Guelph." Printed on cover: "City of Guelph - Street Guide, 1948-49 / Price 39 cents." On page 3 at the bottom is printer's trademark and copyright: Typographical Union Label, Guelph." It also notes: "By the purchasing of this Street Guide,

Image of 2013.59.49 - Program

2013.59.49 - Program

Paper program, one page, reads "School for Nurses Guelph General Hospital Graduating Exercises Class of 1956 Friday, September 14th, 1956." Front lists event program details and back lists graduates.

2016.47.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, February 24, 1979. The paper has eight sections. The front page reads "Guelph Today - Tomorrow, This is Guelph 1979...Standing Tall for Progress" in blue and black text. The paper includes articles about numerous Guelph businesses as well as articles about Guelph clubs, heritage, arts, life, sports and general interest. Section 1 (pages 1-14): The section is 14 pages and contains the current news both locally and internationally. Section 2 (pages 15-28): The section is 14 pages and includes special interest, sports and classified advertisement. Section 3 (pages 1a-12a): The section is 12 pages and has articles and advertisements for Guelph busi

Image of 2002.23.10 - Map

2002.23.10 - Map

Map; One side of map depicts Guelph and surrounding townships; Township of Guelph and Township of Puslinch. Along the bottom of this side is the street index. The opposite side of the page contains four smaller maps. The first is considerably larger than the others. It shows Guelph in relation to the surrounding areas, this includes the Wellington County, Peel, part of York, Halton, Hamilton, Wentworth, part of Brant, and Waterloo. The other three maps depicts the Township of Eramosa, Erin and Nichol.This side also contains a street index for Elora-Fergus and a legend.