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Name Ontario Agricultural College - Physics and Engineering Building

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Image of 2004.30.1 - Album, Postcard

2004.30.1 - Album, Postcard

Blue paper envelope type covering with a long piece of card attached. The inside card is divided further into nine postcards that could be detached. Each black and white card has a photo of a building on the OAC campus. "Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph Canada Campus Views".

Image of 2004.32.100 - Postcard

2004.32.100 - Postcard

Purple booklet with sixteen pictures of various buildings of the Ontario Agricultural College. The cards are white and black with the name of the building on them. Each side of the card has a picture. the cards are attached to the maroon cover and fold in an accordion way when the booklet is closed. The booklet has space for a one cent Canadian Stamp and a space to write an address to mail. The buildings shown are the Main Residence; Macdonald Hall; Dining Hall; Macdonald Institute; Massey Hall and Library; View from Water Tower; Chemistry Building; Field Husbandry Building; Photos by A.M. Porter; Avenue of Maples at the Foot of Campus; The Rink; Gymnasium; Animal Husbandry and Bact

Image of 1992.32.2 - Postcard

1992.32.2 - Postcard

A b/w postcard of the physics building at the Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, which is a three storey red brick building with stone trim.

Image of 2006.20.8 - Booklet

2006.20.8 - Booklet

Booklet containing 12 miniature sepia-toned postcards of places to visit while in Guelph: Speed River, Riverside Park, Ontario Agricultural College, and St. George's Square. Cover, paper, stapled - small brown booklet with white print on front cover: "Miniature View Souvenir of Guelph, Ontario (When Postcards are detached)." Embossed at bottom of back cover: "Imprime en Allemagne" [Printed in Germany]. Contains 12 sepia-toned postcards with tissue paper sheets between each postcard. Printed in brown on back of each card: "Address:_____; Date: __________; Remarks:___________". No. of pages: 12 Illustrations: Sepia-toned

Image of 1985.82.119 - Booklet

1985.82.119 - Booklet

Booklet, "Why we chose Guelph - The Story of Guelph - Ontario's Royal City." 32 page booklet, stapled with cardboard cover. Front Cover is green, orange, black and white. Has picture of a family looking at a window that shows various images of Guelph. Printed in black and green letters at the top: "Why we chose GUELPH". At the bottom of the cover is printed: "The Story of Guelph, Ontario's Royal City," above which is a green and white crown. Printed on the back cover is the Coat of Arms of Guelph in orange, black and beige. Printed in black: "COAT OF ARMS OF GUELPH / ONTARIO'S ROYAL CITY / Issued by the CITY OF GUELPH, 1945." Inside front cover is a map showing approximate mileage from Guel

Image of 1973.49.5 - Booklet

1973.49.5 - Booklet

Ontario Agricultural College Semi-Centennial (50th) Anniversary Booklet. The booklet is soft cover with a paper cover. The paper is a dark cream colour with a blue colour on the cover. There is an illustration of the Administration building on the cover with a banner "1874-1924" on the sides of the image. Above the image it reads "Ontario Agricultural College Science with Practice" Below the image is "Issued under the authority of the Hon. John S. Martin, Minister of agriculture Province of Ontario on the occasion of the Semi-Centennial of the College June 1924". Inside the booklet tells the history of the college and some of its faculty. There is also a description of each department and its

1979.75.8 - Booklet

Ontario Agricultural College Semi-Centennial (50th) Anniversary Booklet. The booklet is soft cover with a paper cover. The paper is a dark cream colour with a blue colour on the cover. There is an illustration of the Administration building on the cover with a banner "1874-1924" on the sides of the image. Above the image it reads "Ontario Agricultural College Science with Practice" Below the image is "Issued under the authority of the Hon. John S. Martin, Minister of agriculture Province of Ontario on the occasion of the Semi-Centennial of the College June 1924". Inside the booklet tells the history of the college and some of its faculty. There is also a description of each department and its

1979.75.9 - Booklet

Ontario Agricultural College 60th Anniversary Booklet, 1934. The booklet is paper with a cardstock cover. On the cover is a picture of Johnston Hall. The inside front cover has a brief history of the College. The rest of the booklet is filled with pictures of the buildings and activities on campus.

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 1983.17.10 - Photograph, Snapshot

1983.17.10 - Photograph, Snapshot

Unmounted, black and white photograph, with a white border, of a woman and girl beside the entrance to the Physics Building, O.A.C. The building is three storeys high and is made of dark brick; it has a stone entrance with a pediment two storeys above it at the roof line. It also has a flat roof and palladian windows. On back: "UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH".

Image of 1977.33.47 - Photograph

1977.33.47 - Photograph

B&W. Glossy. Physics Building, O.A.C., c. 1929 Stamped on back: "LANTERN SLIDE DEPT., PROVINCE OF ONTARIO"

Image of 2009.32.1310 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.1310 - Transparency, Slide

Black and white slide of the grounds of the Ontario Agricultural College, looking South. In the foreground is a large field scattered with trees. There are two roads in the distance, one coming from the left and one from the right. They intersect in the centre of the photograph, beyond the field. The street that runs along on the right is Gordon Street. The building on the left was the Physics Building, while the building on the right was the Dairy Building.