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Image of 2016.15.4 - Program

2016.15.4 - Program

Program for the 1964 Guelph College Figure Skating Club Show "Rhapsody on Ice, 1964". The program consists of numerous advertisements from various Guelph businesses and surrounding areas and black and white images of various skaters from the club. The program is 16 pages long. Front Cover: White background with and oval logo "Guelph College Figure Skating Club" around the outer edge and a skate blade with wings in the middle. "Presents Rhapsody on Ice, 1964" is below the logo. "Program 25 C" in the bottom right corner". Logo and text is a royal blue colour. "1964" is hand written in the top right corner in black ink. Front Inside Cover: Advertisement Page 1: "Rhapsody on Ice, 1964

Image of 1984.4.8 - Map

1984.4.8 - Map

Plan of subdivision Lots # 63 & 64. Town of Guelph, Canada West. Lots are shown on the north side of Woolwich on Speed River, just east of the Court house. 16 building lots identified, Church of Our Lady, Cork Wyndham, Macdonnell, Quebec and Grand Trunk Railway Station. Survey drawn by Alex W. Simpson. Plan of John Wilson's Survey hand written on back. of plan.

Image of 2010.8.33 - Magazine

2010.8.33 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is light green. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (July, 1905). 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" appears hand-written with pencil on the top right hand side of the front page.

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 2002.27.87 - Invoice

2002.27.87 - Invoice

Invoice; White with black print. Pertinent information filled in with black ink. The top half of the invoice provides information on who was sold to and the business sold from; James Sweeney. There is a printed illustration of a horse's head in the top right corner. The bottom half of the invoice is lined and divided into 8 vertical columns of various widths by red and blue lines. This portion of the invoice lists the service provided. There are two small holes punched into the top of the invoice. Illustrations: Printed/Illustrations "MACDONNELL STREET WEST", "Guelph, Aug 19 1901", "Mr W. Sanders", "Bought of James Sweeney, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harness, Collars, Whips, Bells,

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.

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 1997.11.1 - Album, Postcard

1997.11.1 - Album, Postcard

Souvenir postcard booklet of Guelph. The outside cover includes a car on a road. Includes a space for mailing and a stamp. The back of the package has a Union Jack. Sixteen coloured photographs of Guelph scenes which include: View from Cutten Field, View of Lake on Ont. Reformatory Grounds, Grounds at OAC, Main Buildings at Ontario Reformatory, McCrae Birthplace, The Clubhouse - Cutten Fields Golf Course, Upper Wyndham, Macdonald Institute, Lower Wyndham, OAC, Lower Wyndham St. and St. George's Square, Warm Memorial Hall, Road side Beauty near Guelph, Ont. Vet. College and Macdonnell St. These postcards fold out and are printed on both sides. Souvenir of Guelph, Canada

Image of 2010.8.49 - Magazine

2010.8.49 - 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 (July, 1907). 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 top right corner of the front page is bent.

Image of 1977.137.5 - Invoice

1977.137.5 - Invoice

Invoice; rectangular white paper with black print and handwritten ink . Invoice dated Feb. 1st, 1886 and is addressed to Mr. A. Micklejohn. Printed at top in black: "OFFICE OF THE GUELPH MERCURY and ADVERTISER, 54 Macdonnell St. Guelph. TO Innes & Davidson, Dr. Daily Mercury and Advertiser From Jan 1 1885, to Jan 1, 1886 $4.00/ From Jany 1/86 to April 1/86 $1.00/ Paid $5.00 Innes & Davidson." In lower left corner is written and underlined "O.K." Printed in a box in upper left corner: "DAILY MERCURY $4 per annum. Weekly Mercury $1.50 per annum." Printed in upper right corner: "ORDERS FOR Printing OF ALL KINDS ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY."

Image of 1971.40.23 - Booklet

1971.40.23 - Booklet

A 1958 reprint of an 1877 pamphlet by Mr. Robert Thompson, who came to Guelph a few months after Guelph was founded. Titled "An Early View of Guelph," and published in "Western Ontario History Nuggets, No.27," by Lawson Memorial University, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Reprint is edited by Hugh Douglass. Blue paper covers with three staples left hand side. No. of typed pages - 19.

Image of 2016.13.63.3 - Album, Record

2016.13.63.3 - Album, Record

The Weathermen WX LP 1987. Includes jacket (.1), record (.2) and sleeve (.3). There are eight songs on the record, four songs on each side. The cardboard jacket has a black background with white text and black and white images. On the front "*the weathermen" in the top left corner with a partial black and white photograph of long lines of paint dripping. The back shows a large black and white photograph of a outdoor staircase with the song title along the left and "WX" in the bottom right corner. The black vinyl record has a black paper label in the middle with silver text. The sleeve is printed on white paper with black text and black and white photographs. The lyrics to every son

Image of 2015.12.5 - Program

2015.12.5 - Program

Program for the 1955 Guelph College Figure Skating Club Show "Rhapsody on Ice". The program consists of numerous advertisements from various Guelph businesses and surrounding areas and black and white images of various skaters from the club. Front Cover: Light blue, pink and silver background meant to look iridescent like ice. "Rhapsody on Ice" across the top. In the center is a line drawing of a female figure skater in mid jump with her back arched, head back and arms out. Text and image are in black. Front Inside Cover: Advertisement for the spring and summer Stratford Skating School. Page 1: "Rhapsody on Ice presented by The Guelph College Figure Skating Club at the Guelph Memoria

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".

Image of 2010.8.31 - Magazine

2010.8.31 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is light green. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (April, 1905). 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" appears hand written with pencil on the top right hand side of the front page. The front page is faded and water stained.

Image of 2010.8.41 - Magazine

2010.8.41 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is salmon. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (August, 1906). Inside all text is black with red highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There are twenty-six 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 many marks on it and the back has a stain on the top left corner.

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 1977.118.16 - Invoice

1977.118.16 - Invoice

Invoice; rectangular off-white paper with top half being the company letterhead printed in black of various font/type styles. Under the letterhead, a double black printed line is drawn horizontally across the invoice, under which is written in ink the balance due. Invoice is issued to Mr. Edward Thomas, Eden Mills and is dated June 14, 1869. "To Mercury from May 7/69 to July 7/70 _____$1.50 paid McLagan & Innes." Letterhead: "THE EVENING AND WEEKLY EDITIONS OF THE GUELPH MERCURY HAVE AN UNRIVALLED CIRCULATION. THE MERCURY STEAM PRINTING HOUSE, Macdonnell St. Guelph/ To McLAGAN & INNES, DR. GENERAL BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. PRINTING IN ALL COLOURS EXECUTED ON SHORT NOTICE AT LOW RATES, AND IN

Image of 1980.114.94 - Booklet

1980.114.94 - Booklet

Booklet, "Guelphscape 70"...The Field Trip." Don Coulman compiled this 50 page booklet is dated Friday October 24, 1970. This is a photocopy of the original typewritten booklet. The contents are divided into five sections: a map of the field trip route; the field trip programme itself; notes including references; "how it was done"; and "Field trip suggestions." The field trip begins at King George School and covers what was the more historic areas of Guelph and its downtown. Throughout are maps, photographs, illustrations, and questions for students to ponder when observing the present cityscape - its buildings and streets. Cover, paper, stapled in upper left corner. Cover is yellow sheet o

Image of 2010.8.39 - Magazine

2010.8.39 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is pink. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (February, 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. There is a stain at the bottom of the front cover.