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Image of 1980.41.3 - Booklet

1980.41.3 - Booklet

Booklet, "He Shoots! He Scores!, History of Hockey in Guelph" by Harold A. Cole. Paper cover, the front cover is orange with black printed text and b/w pictures. Book covers the playing of hockey in Guelph from the late 1870s to 1970. Many b/w pictures of hockey personnel and teams. In addition, there are numerous advertisements of local businesses. Illustrations: Photographs, Printed, B/W No. of pages: 16

Image of 2014.84.672.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.672.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial photo of the Wellington St. and Gordon St. area. Wellington street runs from bottom right up to top left corner and Gordon Street runs across the photo in the upper centre. Above Gordon Street is Wyndham South that hooks into York Road. Below Gordon is Dublin Street and then running at a diagonal is Bristol Street. Running off Bristol street from Wellington up are Surrey Street and Fountain Street. At Gordon and Wellington is the Royal City Rink. On the other side of Gordon at Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. BACK: Information about photo written in blue pen.

Image of 2014.84.965 - Negative

2014.84.965 - Negative

Aerial view of the Wellington and Gordon street area. Gow's bridge is the closer bridge crossing the river and is connected by McCrae Boulevard and Wellington Street. Gordon Street is the farther street that crosses the river.Royal City Park borders the river. On the north side of the river in the diamond shaped area between Gordon and Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. On the other side of Gordon is the Royal City Rink. On the south side of the river is the McCrae Memorial Gardens right beside McCrae Boulevard. In the top right corner is part of the Cutten Club golf course.

Image of 2014.84.664.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.664.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of area around Gordon and Wellington Streets. In the bottom centre is the Gordon and Wellington intersection with the Royal City Rink to the left of the intersection and Hammond Manufacturing to the right with Dublin Street looping around the plant and connecting into Gordon Street. At the far left is Wyndham Street South with Burrows textile plant. The river runs between the textile plant and the rink and then runs up to meet the other branch of the river. Between Hammond Manufacturing and the river is Royal City Park. BACK: Information about photo written in blue pen.

Image of 2014.84.981 - Negative

2014.84.981 - Negative

Aerial view of area around Gordon and Wellington Streets. In the upper right is the Gordon and Wellington intersection with the Royal City Rink just below the intersection and Hammond Manufacturing above with Dublin Street looping around the plant and connecting into Gordon Street. In the lower right corner part of the Zephyr Looms textile plant is visible as well as a few homes on York Road. The river runs between the textile plant and the rink and then runs up to meet the other branch of the river. Between Hammond Manufacturing and the river is Royal City Park. On the east side of Gordon Street right at the river is the Boathouse.

Image of 2014.84.740.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.740.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of Carden Street and Macdonell area. In the centre of the photo is Memorial Gardens arena with City Hall beside it to the left and to the left of City Hall is the train station. Running in front is Carden Street. Macdonell is the street in the foreground. Behind the arena is the Armoury and to the left of it is the Drill Hall (at that time known as Gospel Hall) and J.P. Hammill factory right beside it. Behind the armoury is the gas plant. On the far right is Norfolk/Gordon Street and on the left is Wyndham Street. BACK: Information about photo written in blue pen.

Image of 2014.84.598.2 - Negative

2014.84.598.2 - Negative

Aerial view of Wellington and Gordon during1948 flood. Wellington Street runs from bottom left to top centre and Gordon runs perpendicular in the centre of the photo. In the foreground is Hammond Manufacturing with the Royal City Skating Rink behind it on the other side of Gordon. Beside the skating rink is the College Grille and Service station.On the north side of Wellington is Harrison Motors, then Gordon Crosses and then Wellington Motors and Guelph Spring and Axle. n the upper left is part of the Guelph Gas Works. During the flood the water covers most of Gordon St. and Wellington street and flooded around many of the businesses and homes. BACK: Information about photo written in blue

Image of 2014.84.668.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.668.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of area of Waterloo Avenue to Wellington Street and Bristol to Gordon Street. In the bottom left is Waterloo Avenue and there is a bit of smoke in the photo that may be from a passing train? Gordon runs across the centre of th photo and Wellington runs from the mid right to upper left. Bristol runs from Wellington down to bottom right. There are several side streets running from Bristol to Gordon, there are (from Wellington up) Surrey, Fountain, Nottingham and Essex. Glasgow and Dublin run from Waterloo to Wellington/Bristol. The Royal City rink is at the South East corner of Gordon and Wellington and Hammond Manufacturing is at the South West corner and has Dublin Street wrapping

Image of 2014.84.968 - Negative

2014.84.968 - Negative

Aerial view of the Wellington and Gordon street area looking north west during 1948 flood. Gordon Street runs diagonally from bottom left to top right. The river is high and is flooding the banks on both sides and has partially submerged several buildings and Royal City park. On the north side of the river and to the east of Gordon is the Royal City arena and the little white building right at Gordon and the river is a service station. On the west side of Gordon is Hammond Manufacturing. In the background, Church of our Lady, City Hall, Memorial Gardens and Central School are all visible. On the south side of the river, the McCrae Memorial Gardens are visible by Water Street. Reinhart Beverag

Image of 2014.84.663.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.663.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers. In the foreground is a large empty area by the river that is now part of the Eramosa River Trail Park. Running along that section is York Road. Wyndham Street and Neeve and Toronto all hook into York Road. In the background is Gordon Street. On the left side of the river is Water Street. On the right at Gordon and Wellington is the Royal City Rink and on the far side of Gordon at Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. On the far right is the Guelph Carpet Mills and just above it is the Gas Works. BACK: Information about photo written in blue pen.

Image of 2014.84.740.2 - Negative

2014.84.740.2 - Negative

Aerial view of Carden Street and Macdonell area. In the centre of the photo is Memorial Gardens arena with City Hall beside it to the left and to the left of City Hall is the train station. Running in front is Carden Street. Macdonell is the street in the foreground. Behind the arena is the Armoury and to the left of it is the Drill Hall (at that time known as Gospel Hall) and J.P. Hammill factory right beside it. Behind the armoury is the gas plant. On the far right is Norfolk/Gordon Street and on the left is Wyndham Street.

Image of 2014.84.598.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.598.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of Wellington and Gordon during1948 flood. Wellington Street runs from bottom left to top centre and Gordon runs perpendicular in the centre of the photo. In the foreground is Hammond Manufacturing with the Royal City Skating Rink behind it on the other side of Gordon. Beside the skating rink is the College Grille and Service station.On the north side of Wellington is Harrison Motors, then Gordon Crosses and then Wellington Motors and Guelph Spring and Axle. n the upper left is part of the Guelph Gas Works. During the flood the water covers most of Gordon St. and Wellington street and flooded around many of the businesses and homes. BACK: Information about photo written in blue

Image of 2014.84.667.2 - Negative

2014.84.667.2 - Negative

Aerial photo of the Wellington St. and Gordon St. area. Wellington street runs from bottom right up to top left corner and Gordon Street runs across the photo in the upper centre. Above Gordon Street is Wyndham South that hooks into York Road. Below Gordon is Dublin Street and then running at a diagonal is Bristol Street. Running off Bristol street from Wellington up are Surrey street, Fountain Street, Nottingham Street and Essex Street. Glasgow Street runs parallel to Dublin St. along the bottom and ends at Bristol and Fountain Streets. In the upper left, that gas plant is visible and at Gordon and Wellington is the Royal City Rink. On the other side of Gordon at Wellington is Hammond Manufa

Image of 2014.84.670 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.670 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of Wyndham Street South with the Burrows Textile Plant (formerly Zephyr Looms) in the foreground. Behind the plant, across the river, is the Royal City Rink at Gordon and Wellington and the large building across Wellington from rink is Wellington Motors. BACK: Information about photo written in blue pen.

Image of 2014.84.666.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.666.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial Photo of the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers. The rivers run along the left side of the photo wit the Speed branch also running parallel to Gordon and Gordon Street runs from left to right with the Gordon Street bridge crossing the rivers. In the lower right is Wyndham Street S. with Burrows textiles between Wyndham and the Speed River. On the other side of the river on the right is the Royal City Rink which fronts on to Wellington Street. On the other side of Gordon Street at Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. Behind Hammond is Royal City Park and beyond that is Gow's bridge. On the other side of the Eramosa River is Water Street and the McCrae Memorial Garden is visible in

Image of 2014.84.663.2 - Negative

2014.84.663.2 - Negative

Aerial view of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers. In the foreground is a large empty area by the river that is now part of the Eramosa River Trail Park. Running along that section is York Road. Wyndham Street and Neeve and Toronto all hook into York Road. In the background is Gordon Street. On the left side of the river is Water Street. On the right at Gordon and Wellington is the Royal City Rink and on the far side of Gordon at Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. On the far right is the Guelph Carpet Mills and just above it is the Gas Works.

Image of 2014.84.667.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.667.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial photo of the Wellington St. and Gordon St. area. Wellington street runs from bottom right up to top left corner and Gordon Street runs across the photo in the upper centre. Above Gordon Street is Wyndham South that hooks into York Road. Below Gordon is Dublin Street and then running at a diagonal is Bristol Street. Running off Bristol street from Wellington up are Surrey street, Fountain Street, Nottingham Street and Essex Street. Glasgow Street runs parallel to Dublin St. along the bottom and ends at Bristol and Fountain Streets. In the upper left, that gas plant is visible and at Gordon and Wellington is the Royal City Rink. On the other side of Gordon at Wellington is Hammond Manufa

Image of 2014.84.666.2 - Negative

2014.84.666.2 - Negative

Aerial Photo of the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers. The rivers run along the left side of the photo wit the Speed branch also running parallel to Gordon and Gordon Street runs from left to right with the Gordon Street bridge crossing the rivers. In the lower right is Wyndham Street S. with Burrows textiles between Wyndham and the Speed River. On the other side of the river on the right is the Royal City Rink which fronts on to Wellington Street. On the other side of Gordon Street at Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. Behind Hammond is Royal City Park and beyond that is Gow's bridge. On the other side of the Eramosa River is Water Street and the McCrae Memorial Garden is visible in

Image of 2014.84.597 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.597 - Print, Photographic

Aerial view of the 1948 flood at Gordon and Wellington Streets. Gordon runs from the bottom left corner up to the top right and Wellington runs perpendicular in the top third of the photo. In the foreground on the right is the College Grill and Service Station and just behind it is the Royal City Skating Rink. On the left is the Hammond Manufacturing plant. On the north west side of Wellington across from Hammond is Harrison Motor Company and on the north east side of Wellington Wellington Motors and the Guelph Spring and Axle Company.The water has flooded most of Gordon street in this picture and surrounds the service station, skating rink and Hammond Manufacturing area.

Image of 2014.84.673.1 - Print, Photographic

2014.84.673.1 - Print, Photographic

Aerial Photo of the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers. The rivers run along the left side of the photo with the Speed branch also running parallel to Gordon and Gordon Street runs from left to right with the Gordon Street bridge crossing the rivers. In the far right is Wyndham Street S. with Burrows textiles between Wyndham and the Speed River. On the other side of the river on the right is the Royal City Rink which fronts on to Wellington Street. On the other side of Gordon Street at Wellington is Hammond Manufacturing. Behind Hammond is Royal City Park and beyond that is Gow's bridge. On the other side of the Eramosa River is Water Street. BACK: Information about photo written in