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Image of 2010.8.55 - Yearbook

2010.8.55 - Yearbook

Acta Nostra Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute Yearbook. The cover is cream colour and textured. The name of the yearbook of at the top of the front cover in green text. The school's coat of arms is in the centre of the cover and included the school's motto, initials, a crown, and foliage. In smaller green text near the bottom of the cover states the city, name of school, and date. There are thick red lines on the front cover.There are 166 pages. On the first page there is a picture of a staff member dressed in aboriginal clothing. Throughout the book there are pictures of the students and teachers, names, pictures of sports teams and various events, and advertisements.

Image of 1978.165.110 - Advertisement

1978.165.110 - Advertisement

Ink Blotter and November 1911 Calendar Advertising Kelly's Music Store in Guelph. The ink blotter is a bright pink with many ink marks indicative of its use. The reverse side has a white background with a light grey border. In the lower half is a month calendar for November 1911. In the upper half is an illustration of an attractive young woman with brown hair playing a violin. She is wearing a rose pink dress and a pink ribbon in her hair. She is reading sheet music placed on a music stand before her. Above this illustration is printed in grey lettering: "KELLY'S MUSIC STORE / GUELPH, ONT." Below the illustration, a caption reads: "Sells Pianos, Organs, Victor Gramophones, Edison P

Image of 1998.51.10 - Videotape

1998.51.10 - Videotape

Black plastic video tape with clear plastic tape. Interview with Cynthia Stickland about coming to Canada from the Caribbean, her first job, working at Bell telephone, union, her neighbourhood, Downtown Guelph, festivals and dances in Guelph, sports, theatre, being black in Guelph, the Italians, etc.

Image of 2012.43.14 - Booklet

2012.43.14 - Booklet

"The Torch: Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch Yearbook, Vol. XIV 1947" The booklet is beige with an illustration of a hand holding a red torch. The Legion crest is in red at the top of the cover. At the bottom of the cover is a quote "They Served Till Death - Why Not We?". On the page cover there is an ad for John Sutherland and Sons Insurance. The booklet is 64 pages and is filled with legion related articles and ads from local businesses. Page 1: Image of John McCrae and In Flanders Fields poem Page 3: "The Cross and the Sword" by D. Crawford Smith Page 5: Greetings from the President Page 7: List of Legion 234 Executive Page 9: "Edward Johnson" by J.E. Cart

Image of 1999.7.9 - Program

1999.7.9 - Program

Program, "The Creation," presented by the Guelph Light Opera Company, March 29, 1965, at Ross Hall. White paper program with black text and folded in three flaps. The front cover introduces the GLOC and gives title, composer, conductor, soloists, pianist&organists and date,place and time. On the right flap, opened once, is a photo (by Ted Miller) of the GLOC's new home. There is a map drawn to show the location and a word of thanks and an invitation. The first open flap, on the left side, has "Programme Notes" Beside this is the program for part one. The second section has part II and III. The far right flap has the list of the chorus, production staff and acknowledgements. The back cover ha

Image of 2005.26.2 - Program

2005.26.2 - Program

Program for the Guelph Presto Music Club Golden Anniversary Concert; Saturday February 14, 1948. Cream coloured paper, black printing. Front: Stylized logo for the Guelph Presto Music Club with a violin, bow, and music pages. "presents the Golden Anniversary Concert Saturday, February 14, 1948 8:30 p.m." "NEXT CONCERT - Poldi Mildner, Pianist." "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1948 8:30 p.m.". Inside: "Programme" "GOD SAVE THE KING". Lists songs performed and performers. Lists accompanists, and the programme committee. Some inscription is pencil on left side of opened booklet. listing various names. Back: Advertisement for "THE PIRATES of PENZANCE" and a concert by the Guelph Male choir featuring Lois

Image of 2012.43.9 - Booklet

2012.43.9 - Booklet

"The Torch: Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch Yearbook, Vol. IX 1942" The booklet is beige with an illustration of a hand holding a red torch. The Legion crest is in red at the top of the cover. At the bottom of the cover is a quote "They Served Till Death - Why Not We?". The booklet is 40 pages and is filled with legion related articles and ads from local businesses. Page 1: Image of Winston Churchill Page 3: List of Legion Officers Page 5: Greetings From the President Page 7: "Auxiliary War Services" by Fred Baldwin Page 9: Continued from page 7 Page 11: "Our Glorious Dead, Our Valiant Living" Page 13: Wishes from the City of Guelph Page 15

Image of 2012.43.3 - Booklet

2012.43.3 - Booklet

"The Torch: Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch Yearbook, Vol. III 1936" The booklet is yellow with an illustration of a hand holding a red torch. The Legion crest is in red At the top of the cover. At the bottom of the cover is a quote "Never elated while one man oppressed - Never dejected while another blest". The booklet is 32 pages and is filled with legion related articles and ads from local businesses. Page 1: List of officers of Legion Page 3: Memorial to the Dead Page 5: Image of the Vimy Memorial Page 7: "His Majesty's Speech at Canadian Memorial Service" Page 9: "Who Is My Neighbour?" by Rev. Charles C. Murray, McCrae Branch Padre Page 11: "Edit

Image of 1971.47.2.7 - Newspaper

1971.47.2.7 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1954 Progress Edition, January 30, 1954. The paper is seven sections, the first two sections the regular news while the other sections are part of the Progress edition. The paper is incomplete with one section of the Progress Edition missing (Section D). .1 Section 1 of the paper with a blue cover with an image of Guelph with hands superimposed over the image. The title is "1954 Progress edition - The Future of Guelph is in Our Hands". This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the news of the day. Pages 13 - 28. .3 Section 3 - First section of the Progress edition with a collage of photos on the front cover. pages A1- A16

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 2004.32.116 - Newspaper

2004.32.116 - Newspaper

"Guelph Daily Herald" newspaper from April 6, 1891. One large sheet of newsprint folded in half and printed on all sides to form four pages of printing. The paper is brittle. "GUELPH DAILY HERALD./ VOL. XXXVIII - No. 79./ GUELPH, CANADA, MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1891./ WHOLE No. 5988"

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

1971.47.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress edition, January 27, 1951 - section 2 of paper only. This section contains pages 17-32. The title on the front of the section is "Progress with Guelph" and has a photo of Guelph and a photo of each of the councillors and the mayor.

Image of 1986.37.18 - Program

1986.37.18 - Program

Program for a concert in aid of the Guelph General Hospital "In Aid of Ye Generale Hospitalle / Ye Old Folkes Concerte" that took place at the Big Town Hall Room on December 14, 1886. Off-white paper with black print on all sides. Printed by Mercury Print. Text of the program uses non-standard (earlier) spellings. The concert featured pieces from "Olden Tyme", composed in the 1600- to early 1800's. Two separate, double-sided pages. The page detailing the concert "notices" and "Ye Programme" has 1887 written on in pencil and another small piece of paper adhered to the centre at the top on the front and other pencil marks on the back. The second page features advertisements for local busine

Image of 2010.8.42 - Magazine

2010.8.42 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is blue. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (October, 1906). Inside all text is black with red highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There are twenty-eight pages. Advertisements are inside the front cover as well as the inside and outside of the back cover. The word "Decker" is written on the top right corner of the front page. The front cover has a stain from the staple.

Image of 1985.82.226 - Envelope

1985.82.226 - Envelope

Business Envelope, from C.W. Kelly & Son, Guelph, and Advertisement for a Victor Record. Buff yellow, rectangular envelope with black print. Envelope has advertisement printed on left side: "MASTER E. LOUGH / THE ENGLISH CHOIR BOY WITH THE MARVELOUS / SOPRANO VOICE, IS WAITING / TO SING FOR YOU AGAIN. / On VICTOR Record No. 130812. Below the record number is the Victor Record Trademark - a little white dog with black ears sitting on a phonograph player with his nose in the speaker. In the lower left corner is printed in black letters the name of the sender: "C.W. Kelly & Son, Guelph, Ontario." The envelope is addressed in typed letters to: Mrs. A AXThompson / Salem, Ont." The word "

Image of 2014.33.8 - Book

2014.33.8 - Book

The OAC Review, December 1947, VOL. LX Issue No. 3 Cover of the book is a light shade of blue, with dark blue lines creating a border design. The cover says, in the top left corner in dark blue writing, "The O.A.C. Review - Published by and in the interests of the Student Body, Ontario Agricultural College...Guelph - Official Organ of the O.A.C. Alumni" In the bottom right corner, in dark blue, is "December 1947" and the O.A.C. crest. The book is 63 pages. The content of the book includes advertisements and the following topics: Editorial Leading Articles: Modern Methods in Ancient Times O.A.C. Judges Compete at Chicago International O.A.C. Reopens The Amazing Ant Modern Trend

Image of 2012.85.23 - Program

2012.85.23 - Program

Folded paper program. Black print details. Front reads "Canadian Opera Company; Eleventh National Tour (Eastern Tour)" at the top, "Die Fledermaus (The Bat); Comic Opera in Three Acts by John Strauss Jr.; Libretto by Haffner and Genee; English version by Ruth and Thomas Martin" in the centre, and "Sponsored by University Women's Club of Guelph 1964" is printed at the bottom. The front cover is surrounded by a black border. The back cover has advertisements for John Sutherland & Sons Limited and C.W. Kelly & Son Ltd. Inside the program is a synopsis of the three acts of the play, the cast and crew list and acknowledgements.

1972.10.22.2 - Newspaper

Guelph Evening Mercury, April 23rd 1927. The paper's main story is of the founding of Guelph 100 years ago to the day. The title reads "This Is Guelph's red letter day". The paper is in two sections. .1 section 1 pages 1 - 18. .2 section 2 pages 19-28.

Image of 2012.43.28 - Booklet

2012.43.28 - Booklet

"The Torch: Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch Yearbook, Vol. XXVIII 1961" The booklet is beige with an illustration of a hand holding a red torch. The Legion crest is in red at the top of the cover. At the bottom of the cover is a quote "They Served Till Death - Why Not We?". On the back cover there is an ad for John Sutherland and Sons Insurance. The booklet is 44 pages and is filled with Legion related articles and ads from local businesses. Page 1: Branch 257 Executive Page 3: "Saved For What?" by Padre Crawford Smith Page 5: President's message Page 7: "The Poppy" Page 9: Continued from page 7 Page 11: "A Challenge to the Legion" Page 13: Conti