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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 1998.30.1 - Book

1998.30.1 - Book

"The King's Daughter's Cook Book" Small book with an off white cover. The text on the front cover is orange and decsribes the title od the cook book. There is a circular leaf and ribbon design in the middle of the front cover. The back cover has a piece of paper attched to the top left corner. The inside pages are loose from the spine. There are drawings and black and white photographs, and advertisements through out. There are 246 pages. There are blank pages in the book to provide space for the owner to write their own which is the case in this book.

Image of 2002.22.5 - Booklet

2002.22.5 - Booklet

Booklet, The Elliott History; A History of The Elliott, a charitable housing unit. Written by Eileen Hicks. Pink paper cover with staples used for binding. Front cover has a photocopied black and white photograph of the new Elliott on Metcalfe Street. History is typewritten. Published in July 1984. The history is 12 pages in length, and includes an excerpt from George Elliott's will on page 1. On page 8 is a poem, "The Elliott Home", written by Miss Helen Mellis, a resident of the Old Elliott Home on Delhi Street. The last three pages in the booklet are a letter and notes from an inspection of the Elliott Home in 1921, both written by Alex. Mackay, Provincial Inspector of Prisons and Public C

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 1986.18.121 - Postcard

1986.18.121 - Postcard

Tinted, divided back, unused postcard of a view looking south on Dublin Street, Guelph, showing north side of Dublin Street Methodist Church. Old type of street light is visible on Dublin Street. front "DUBLIN STREET AND METHODIST CHURCH, GUELPH, ONT., CANADA"

Image of 1994.12.7 - Pamphlet

1994.12.7 - Pamphlet

Pink pamphlet with black border and black print. The cover has a small photo of the lecturer, Miss Claire Andree. The pamphlet contains recipes and house hold tips. There is a list of sponsors. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W "THE GUELPH DAILY MERCURY HOMEMAKING AND COOKING SCHOOL CONDUCTED DEBOTH HOME MAKER'S SCHOOL. MISS CLAIRE ANDREE LECTURER, MISS JANET HARVEY, ASSISTANT. THE GUELPH ARMOURY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11 AND 12, 1932 DAILY

1995.9.5 - Program, Theatre

Parchment paper programme. The cover has one edge that is similar to a deckle edge but looks like it has been torn. The front cover has a black line border and written there is a description of the nights events, all written in black ink. Near the top, there is a crest of the school. Inside, there are advertisements along the top and bottom and in between are the credits of participants in Theatre Night. On the back there are advertisements on the top and bottom and in between there are credits for the production staff. Illustrations: Printed "GUELPH COLLEGIATE VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE THEATRE NIGHT, FRIDAY, MARCH 3RD, 1950. PATRONS ALDERMAN N.A. BURBRIDGE, MRS. W.M. DRUMMOND, MR. GILBERT MACI

1994.38.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury with news, ads and announcements on the front. Article on McCrae and homecoming of "D" Battery during Boer War. *Note misprint of date on last page -reads Jan 12, 1900 should read Jan 12, 1901.

Image of 2003.97.4 - Magazine

2003.97.4 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine for September 1907. 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: 1907 SEP 01 Illustrations: Printed Front cover: "St. Geor

Image of 1999.7.11 - Program

1999.7.11 - Program

Program, "Guelph Light Opera Company presents Messiah." White folded paper program with black text. The front cover has "GUELPH LIGHT OPERA COMPANY" written in large letters diagonally starting from the left side of the page. Underneath is "presents" in smaller type and "Messiah" in a Gothic style font. The composer, conductor, guest organist, and soloists are presented. "Chalmers United Church, Monday Dec. 13, 1965" is written in bold print at the bottom. The inside of the front cover lists the chorus, production staff, executive, acknowledgements on the left and has programme notes on the right. The next page has "Messiah" in Gothic font and has a breakdown of the three parts of the orator

Image of 1994.12.11 - Program, Theatre

1994.12.11 - Program, Theatre

Programme for musical play, "Up in Central Park". White staple-bound paper program with a cover with blank print. The cover has stars along left side, and has seven questions and answers down the front. Inside is a series of advertisements, lists of staff and cast, a synopsis of scenes, the musical program and list of the sponsors. Illustrations: B/W Advertisements No. of pages: 8 Printed on Front Cover: "WHO? BETA SIGMA PHI SORORITY; WHAT? PRESENTS SIGMUND ROMBERG'S "UP IN CENTRAL PARK"; WHY? IN BENEFIT OF CHILDREN'S EQUIPMENT GUELPH HOSPITALS; STARRING RONALD JORDAN; WHEN? THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AUGUST 17, & 18, 1950, WHERE? CAPITAL THEATRE GUELPH, ONTARIO STAGED AND DIRECTED BY RAY HAMBY"

Image of 1999.7.13 - Program, Theatre

1999.7.13 - Program, Theatre

Program, "The Angels of the Earth." Large rectangular booklet. 16 pages long, plus front and back cover. The front cover is white, has black script in the bottom right corner "The Angels of the Earth". It has a silhouette of three floating person shapes with longish hair and one arm stretched out in front of each. There is a sketch of a hand on the left hand side, on the bottom. The title page gives the stars of the show, the title, place, date. The bottom says "Cover design by Walter Hickling" all in black. The second and third pages have a single line border around them and are advertising space. Page four is advertising for Stelco and page five is advertising for Patterson's Furniture in H

Image of 1998.2.2 - Program

1998.2.2 - Program

Program of the 1969 Guelph Spring Festival. Front cover has an image of a sculpture of an angel blowing a trumpet on white background. Text is in green print. The title of the program is "The Arts in Religion." Some of the b/w photographs inside are autographed. Illustrations of Guelph by Evan Macdonald. Articles by William Plomer, Judith Nasby and D.C. Mullin. "The Guelph Spring Festival 1969 / May first to fifteenth / The Arts in Religion." Illustrations: Printed No of Pages: 32

Image of 1997.23.1 - Directory

1997.23.1 - Directory

Directory; Paper cover, stapled; Blue and white cover with printing and photograph of Agricultural College. Inside has photographs and drawings and advertisements for each of the above cities. Businesses are highlighted as well as a brief history about the city. Illustrations: Advertisements/Sketches, Pencil/Photographs, B/W/Sketches, B/W/Drawings/Illustrations "Guelph, Berlin, Waterloo, Galt, Preston and Hespeler Industrial Edition 1903". Pages 1 through 8 are devoted to Guelph. No of Pages: 24

2001.24.3 - Newspaper

Cream coloured newspaper with black print. The Guelph Weekly Mercury, January 1, 1914. There is no huge headline but some of the front page stories are :"Eight will hav to be left at home" "Hood and Benallick Moving Today" "Christmas At The Children's Shelter Was A Great Event - Friends Had Given Freely". The paper has a photo of a ploughing scene in late December in Alberta. The paper is six pages (three double sided).

Image of 2003.88.3 - Magazine

2003.88.3 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine for February 1908. Paper magazine, full sheets of paper folded and stapled once to produce booklet. Dated February, 1908. Title is "St. George's Church Parochial Magazine". Black and white and red throughout with lithographs, drawings and copies of paintings. Inside are stories regarding their faith and the first page lists clergy members, and church daily scheduling. Inside front cover, and back cover inside and outside have advertisements for local Guelph businesses. Image on front cover is black and white photograph of St. George's Church on Woolwich St. with dirt road in foreground. Advertisements of local businesses are found on the inside of the f

2002.62.1.4 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Victory Edition, May 9, 1945. The paper has four sections. .1 Front section with headline "Yanks Capture Goering". This section is ten pages. .2 Middle section with ten pages (pages not numbered). The first page of this section does not have one big headline but the top three articles are "Canada-Trained Fliers Gave Allies Superiority"; "Refugees Bring Own Industries"; "Canadians on Home Front Share Honour of Victory" .3 Section three is ten pages and has several articles on the first page including "35,000 Nazi Prisoners Learn of Nation's Fate" .4 Last Section, ten pages in length, with the articles "King, Queen Shared Hardships of People" and "Many Notables F

Image of 1997.22.6 - Program

1997.22.6 - Program

Program, The Presto Music Club Concert Program. Dated March 18, 1957 at 8.15 p.m. Concert at War Memorial hall, O.A.C. Yellow coloured paper program with brown print. Two sheets folded in half to form a four page program. Front cover has title of concert and illustration of musical notes. The printed program inside. On the back cover is an advertisement for C.W. Kelly and Son Ltd. Illustrations: Illustrations/Printed "The Presto Music Club Guelph presents Blanche Thebom, Mezzo - Soprano / William Hughes at the piano / War Memorial Hall, O.A.C. / March 18, 1957 / 8.15 P.M." No of Pages: 4

1999.14.1.3 - Newspaper

Black and white illustrated newspaper. Includes photographs and stories about various companies in Guelph. Includes Pages 5-12. Pages 9-12 are ripped in half.

2002.62.3.2 - Newspaper

The Guelph Daily Mercury Progress Edition, 1962. The paper has two sections. .1 Front section with headline "Opportunity Unlimited Guelph". This section is sixteen pages and has the photos of the Mayor and City Council on the front. .2 The second section has a pink cover page with "Mayor Officially Starts Mercury's New Presses" and "Guelph Junction Railway Continues to Pour Money Into Municipal Treasury" No of Pages: 36