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Name Hughes (Charles H.) Fuels

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Image of 1994.47.51 - Receipt

1994.47.51 - Receipt

Receipt, paper, beige, rectangular receipt with the name, address and motto of the company in black printing at the top. The date and client's name are written in black ink. Below this, between pink and blue lines, is the description of the charges in black ink. The date, signature, and when the amount was paid in full are written in pencil. "NOV. 15. 1905, MR. JNO SPALDING, GREEN STREET, CITY, NOV. 15 TO 1 TON ___ COAL $7.00 DEC. 4/05 REC'D PAYMENT H. HUGHES."

Image of 1994.47.50 - Statement

1994.47.50 - Statement

Letterhead-type statement (bill) issued to John Spalding Jan. 16, 1913 by Chas. H. Hughes regarding the purchase of 1 ton of stove coal. Marked paid June 13, 1913. "CHAS. H. HUGHES - THE ROYAL CITY OIL CO. - WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN COAL & COAL OIL - GUELPH. PHONE 306."

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

1980.34.2 - Directory

Rural Route Directory for South Wellington and Surrounding Districts, 1930. The cover is red card stock and the book is staple bound and is 58 pages in length. On the covers and throughout are ads from different businesses. The directory covers Guelph (pages 7 - 17), Puslinch, Rockwood, Elora, Fergus, Acton, Ariss, Alma, Erin, Hillsburgh, Breslau, Campbellville, Moffatt, Orton and Belwood. Handwritten on the cover is "Arthur Adie Guelph #2"

1978.165.164 - Directory

Bell Telephone November 1927 phone directory. The cover is a dark beige with navy blue print. The inside pages are light brown with black print. The directory covers Fergus, Guelph, Preston, Galt, Kitchener and Waterloo. There are ads for businesses throughout. The Guelph pages start on page 49.

Image of 1992.53.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

1992.53.1 - Plan, Fire Insurance

City of Guelph 1929 Fire Insurance Map Book. The ledger is a large red cloth covered book with post binding. The spine has two loops for pulling the book off a shelf. The book of maps was originally compiled in 1922 by the Underwriter's Survey Bureau and then it was revised in 1929. The book is 40 pages with an index at the front. The book has burgundy tabs for each page number but some are missing. The fire insurance plans are divided into different areas and each building is identified in a different colour depending on its construction material. Many of the pages have over pasted areas where something was revised for in 1929.

Image of 1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t

1971.47.6.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t