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Image of 1999.7.19 - Postcard

1999.7.19 - Postcard

Colour postcard of Lower Wyndham Street, looking towards St. George's Square. Both sides of the street are visible. On the right (east side) There is an IDA Drugs sign visible. This first is the block between Carden and Macdonell sts. There is a large stone building on the next block and other hanging signs visible farther up. On the right, "London Wines" and "Treanon Good Food" signs are visible. There are many cars in the street, as well as pedestrians. The backs of three red and white busses are visible. The sky is very blue and there are no clouds. The Royal Bank building is visible in the distance. There are British flags on the lampposts on the street. The four corners of the postcar

Image of 1986.18.219 - Postcard

1986.18.219 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted, unused postcard. It is a view of Wyndham St. Guelph, looking north from Carden St. Shows Dominion Bank, Macdonald Block. Automobiles parked on road. Fountain not in St. George's Square. Shows Simpsons, IDA, Guelph Business College. front"WYNDHAM STREET, GUELPH, ONT. -39"

Image of 2002.52.1 - Postcard

2002.52.1 - Postcard

Postcard; shows a view down Wyndham St. "Wyndham Street, Guelph, Ont.-39" on back, "POST CARD CARTE POSTALE THE PHOTOGELATINE ENGRAVING CO., LTD. TORONTO PECO CANADA MADE IN CANADA", written in pencil, "WELLINGTON", "3.00"

2002.62.2.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Progress Edition, February 27, 1962. The paper has two sections. .1 Front section with headline "Ours For the Making: A Wonderful World ... This Is The Story of Guelph". This section is twelve pages and has a futuristic drawing of the city on the front. .2 The second section has a cover page with "The Face of St. George's Sq. Changes" with photos and drawing of some of the buildings in the square. This section is sixteen pages long. No of Pages: 28

1978.73.10.7 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress Edition, January 31, 1953. The paper has seven sections and is 112 pages in total. .1 Section 1 - This section contains the news of the day and is 16 pages in length .2 Section 2 - This is the first section of the Progress edition and looks at some of Guelph's businesses. The section is 16 pages long. .3 Section 3 - More of the Progress Edition with images of the mayor and councillors on the cover. The section is 16 pages long. .4 Section 4 - Third section of progress edition. This section is 16 pages long. .5 Section 5 - Fourth section of progress edition. This section is 16 pages long. .6 Section 6 - Fifth section of progress edition. This section is 16 pages

1971.47.3.5 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1955 Progress Edition, February 5, 1955. The paper says it is 88 pages however we only have 76 pages so one section is missing. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an aerial view of Guelph with the compass points of N, S, E, W over the image. The title reads: "Guelph Grows at All Compass Points". This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is the first section of the Progress edition with several images of Guelph on the cover. Pages A1-A16. .3 Section 3 - second section of the Progress edition with images of construction on the front cover. pages B1- B16 .4 Section 4 - third section of Progress edition. The title is "Guelph: The Royal City of Oppo

1971.47.4.6 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1956 Progress Edition, February 25, 1956. The paper is 88 pages. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an image of a fortune teller with a crystal ball looking into Guelph's future on the cover. This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. Pages 13-24. .3 Section 3 - first section of the progress Edition with images of different entrances to places in Guelph with the title "Through These Doors". Pages A1 - A16 .4 Section 4 - second section of the progress edition with a large ad for the Board of trade on the front. Pages A17 - A32 .5 Section 5 - third section of Progress Edition. The title is "Guelph: The Roy

1971.47.5.6 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1956 Progress Edition, February 26, 1957. The paper is 80 pages. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an image of a man pouring molten metal into a mold over an aerial view of the city. This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. Pages 13-20. .3 Section 3 - first section of the progress Edition with images of different churches with the title "Silent fingers pointing to heaven". Pages A1 - A16 .4 Section 4 - second section of the progress edition with a large ad for the Board of trade on the front. Pages B1 - B16 .5 Section 5 - third section of Progress Edition. The title is "Guelph: The Royal City of Oppor

1979.67.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury February 28, 1970 Progress edition front section. The front cover has an aerial photo of Guelph with the title Guelph on the Move. This section is the day's news. The actual progress sections are missing. The section is 8 pages.

Image of 2012.110.1 - Poster

2012.110.1 - Poster

Large white display board on which a second smaller display board is centered. Title written at the top in black marker reads "Restoration of the Corbett Block as proposed by the Guelph Heritage Committee." The smaller display board is a painting of the corner of a city block, full of people and parked cars. Street is in the foreground, beyond that is the sidewalk which fronts the grey brick block full of business fronts and topped by a couple dozen pairs of windows. Sidewalk has gardens with trees and bushes at regular intervals and the street on the left of the photo runs into the distance. The top of the painting is a blue water colour sky. Artist has signed the bottom right corner on 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 1997.30.1 - Sign, Trade

1997.30.1 - Sign, Trade

Large crest shaped sign for the I.D.A. Pharmacy. It says I.D.A. across the middle and there is an image of a mortar and a pestle.

Image of 2014.32.55 - Can, Tin

2014.32.55 - Can, Tin

Metal jar with an attached metal lid. The lid has a secondary rim on the inside. The body of the jar is labelled all around. The label is white with blue border on the top and bottom. The front of the label, that contains the product information has three shades of blue lines for a border. At the top and bottom there orange lines with white writing that say "An IDA Product". The center of the top line has a shield logo with IDA in a orange banner, the letter "R" in the top right corner, and a jar in the bottom left corner. The center of the product label is black with white font. The label says "Trade Mark Rec Canada - ALUM POWDER - This Alum Powder is guaranteed to conform with the requireme

Image of 1999.28.19 - Photograph

1999.28.19 - Photograph

Colour photograph of the North East side of Wyndham Street. Store fronts visible include IDA Pharmacy, Peacock Restaurant, Budds, Maher. Cars are parked in front of the stores and there is a light blue VW Beetle in the middle of the street.

Image of 1999.28.51 - Photograph

1999.28.51 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of a storefront. The right side of Bogardus Gaul's pharmacy. Stone building. At the top of the photo wood windowsills are visible. There is a big sign above the store: ".A. PHARMACY" Underneath: "MACY" There is an awning that says "PHARMACY" There is a big window in the front of the store with a display of pharmacy products. There are flyers on the inside of the window: "FORD PINTO"; "CO-OP HEALTH PLAN" and others. There is a bike parked against the window. The sidewalk and road are at the front of the photo and a part of a tree is visible to the left of the photograph. The bottom of the building,under the window, is made of stone.

Image of 2009.32.456 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.456 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the firefighters display in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. At the Wyndham St. side of the Bank of Nova Scotia a fire truck is parked, with a ladder beside it leaning against the wall of the bank, up to an open window. Two men in blue shirts and black pants stand at the bottom of the ladder, holding it, while a man, Ted Ernst, climbs down the ladder, holding another person, Walter Lyle, in his arms. People watch from the right, at the side of the bank, while at the left in the foreground a man in uniform is walking, wearing black pants, white shirt, black tie, and black hat.

Image of 2009.32.2531 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.2531 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of a firemen, wearing a blue shirt and black pants, at the top of a ladder near a second floor window of the Scotiabank in a three storey concrete building. To the left of the Scotiabank in an older four storey stone building is an IDA Pharmacy with other buildings to the left and in the left of the photo parked on the side of the street is a fire truck. On the side is a large flower planter, along the side of the sidewalk is a black railing, and on the sidewalk and the street are people watching the fireman. In the bottom left corner of the photo is the head of a boy.

Image of 2009.32.2532 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.2532 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of a firemen, wearing a blue shirt and navy pants, on standing on the back of a yellow fire truck. On the fire truck there are three valves/hose hookups, levers and a dial, a ladder on the side, and a white mechanical part on the top. In the background are many stone buildings and to the right of the fireman's shoulder is part of a white IDA Pharmacy sign. In the left of the photo is a lamp post with a blue and white fag hanging from it.

Image of 2009.32.2656 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.2656 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of two firemen crouching down to control a fire hose, wearing a dark blue and light blue shirt respectively and black helmets, with another man, wearing a ball cap and white shirt, crouching beside them. On either side of the photo is a traffic light, an orange and black sign is in the intersection right of the firemen and further right a street is blocked off. In the background behind the men is a red fire truck, on both sides of the street are spectators, on the right is a Bank of Nova Scotia in a three storey building, an IDA Pharmacy around the corner in a stone building, and many other buildings further down the street.

Image of 2014.84.41 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.41 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of the raising of the decorative crown in St. George's Square in November of 1960. A truck with a tall ladder is on the left side of the photo, with a man at the top of the ladder. The crown is made of wire and Christmas lights and is being lifted up with the assistance of two men on the ground and another on the truck. Two men stand front and centre watching the crown go up. Commercial buildings line both sides of the street in the background. BACK: White sticker in the top right corner with information about the photo. Pencil notes written all over the back of the photo eg. "Nov 17/60. Crown. Leity. 3 x 6 1/2". the Large."