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Image of 2000.13.5 - Program

2000.13.5 - Program

Program, Guelph Inter-Church Service of Thanksgiving to celebrate Canada's Centennial at Guelph Memorial Gardens. Blue paper cover booklet with gold print on the front. "GUELPH INTER-CHURCH CENTENNIAL SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING" is at the top. "Guelph Memorial Gardens SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1967 3:00pm" is at the bottom. In the centre is a maple leaf, made out of crosses, with "1867-1967" beneath it. Inside is the Order of Worship. No of Pages: 4

Image of 1986.18.112 - Postcard

1986.18.112 - Postcard

Divided back, black and white postcard with correspondence and a one-cent Canada postage stamp on the back. There is a 1.8 cm gold border around the image. It is a view of Knox Presbyterian Church showing front and west side, also skating rink at rear of church on Baker Street. front "KNOX CHURCH, GUELPH, ONT." Date Made Notes: postmarked 1910.

Image of 1997.16.33 - Calendar

1997.16.33 - Calendar

Calendar of historic sites of Guelph b/w photographs. For 1976 on cover photo of the king Edward Hotel. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W Guelph 1976

Image of 1997.16.20 - Booklet

1997.16.20 - Booklet

A booklet from the Knox Presbyterian Church which describes the history of the church (1844-1967) for the Anniversary Open house, November 14th, 1967, Canada's Centennial Year. Rectangular off-white glossy paper booklet with printed black text and b/w photographs. Bound together with two staples. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W/Printed On inside of front and back covers are b/w prints of Knox Presbyterian Church in 1869 and in 1967. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W / Printed No. of pages: 6 Front cover has crest in center - a picture of a burning bush and around it, the Latin words - "NEC TAMEN CONSUMEBATUR". Printed on front cover: "Knox Presbyterian Church Guelph, Ontario 1844-1967.

Image of 1997.16.21.2 - Program

1997.16.21.2 - Program

.1 Program .2 Letter .1 Program for the service of dedication of the new Christian education building, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Oct 28th 1956. Includes an order of service for Dedication service and a brief history of St. Andrew's. Rectangular off-white glossy paper, folded twice and printed on both sides in black lettering. Folded to form a booklet of six pages. Front cover has b/w sketch of St. Andrew's with text above and below picture. Cover reads: "St Andrew's Presbyterian Church ( Corner of Norfolk and Suffolk streets) Guelph, Ontario. Service of Dedication for the new Christian education building. "New Sunday school" written across the top. Illustrations: Sketches, B/W N

Image of 1986.18.113 - Postcard

1986.18.113 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted postcard with correspondence and a one-cent Canada postage stamp on the back. It is a view of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Guelph Looking South on Norfolk St. showing north side and front, also steeple of Congregational Church at right side of Picture. front "ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NORFOLK STREET, GUELPH, ONT." back "THE VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING CO. LTD TORONT AND MONTREAL" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 1992.5.2 - Guide, Street

1992.5.2 - Guide, Street

Street Guide. Small blue street guide with navy blue writing on the cover. On the inside are photographs and advertisements for local services and industries. The locations of all the streets in Guelph are listed. Dated 1955. "Proposed Street Name Changes after 1956" can be viewed on page 103. Illustrations: Printed Printed on cover: "CITY OF GUELPH STREET GUIDE" "PRICE 35 CENTS". At bottom of page 3 is printed that the street guide has been sponsored by "the Guelph Police Association 1955 with the support of our advertisers." Under this is copyright and trademark of "Typographical Union Label, Guelph." No of Pages: 112

1997.28.1 - Newspaper

Guelph mercury Newspaper with headline "German's Quit". One section. The section is fourteen pages and contains mainly news about the war. There are also many ads for local businesses. Illustrations: Advertisements/Photographs, B/W "The Guelph Mercury" May 7, 1945 "German's Quit" No of Pages: 14

Image of 1997.16.35 - Program, Theatre

1997.16.35 - Program, Theatre

Program, "Theater of the Arts, in concert, John Greenwood", a John Greenwood concert for Theatre of the Arts presented by St Andrews Presbyterian Church. Off-white paper with brown print. Front cover reads: "Theatre of the Arts in concert John Greenwood Thursday, December 18th, 1975". program features reviews of Greenwood's work, a biography, information about merchandise available for sale, the program for "Parables" and information about the musical, and information about the group The Glory and The Youth Choir participating in the concert. No. of pages: 8

Image of 1986.18.111 - Postcard

1986.18.111 - Postcard

Divided back tinted postcard with correspondence from Guelph regarding weather in 1911 and the watering of lawns. There is a one cent Canada postage stamp on the back. It is a view of Knox Presbyterian Church, Guelph showing west side and front. It is a stone building with arched windows, tall bell tower. front "KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, GUELPH, ONT. CANADA" back "VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING COMP LTD TORONTO AND MONTREAL"

2001.32.1 - Book

Blue soft cover book "A Journey Shared: History of St. Andrew's church 1979-2000" detailing the history of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church from 1979-2000. On the cover there are four pictures to the left and to the right is a drawing of the church. On the back cover is a colour photo of the congregation inside the church. The book is nine chapters in length plus appendices and is interspersed with black and white photographs. "A Journey shared A History of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Guelph 1979-2000 The Rev'd Dr. Peter J. Darch" No of Pages: 139

Image of 1997.16.23.2 - Program

1997.16.23.2 - Program

.1 Program for 149th Anniversary of the founding of Guelph, April 24th, 1977. Rectangular sheet of white paper folded in half to form a four page leaflet with illustration and print in black ink. Has b/w sketch of church on front cover. Page 2 is the Order of Service for the Sunday morning worship. Page 3 is the Order of service for the Evening worship service. At bottom of page 3 and on back cover is a list of announcements and the names of the Church officials. Illustrations: Sketches, B/W Front Cover: "St. Andrew's Church Guelph, Ontario, Minister the Rev. R. Forbes Thomson". .2 - Insert for the program above. Light purple paper with printed black lettering. Lists all the upcomi

Image of 1994.12.39.3 - Invitation, Wedding

1994.12.39.3 - Invitation, Wedding

.1 Invitation to wedding of Madeleine Edith Bosomworth and Mr. Douglas Lloyd Loveys at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Guelph. Wedding is dated Saturday, April 13th, 1957, with the reception at Co-Op Hall. Ecru paper card with embossed design of flowers, bells and heart. The words 'Wedding Bells' is printed in embossed gold lettering. The invitation inscription is printed in black. .2 Envelope. Plain envelope with "Madline Invitation." handwritten in blue ink on front. .3 Tissue. White tissue inserted inside wedding invitation. Illustrations: Designs, Floral "WEDDING BELLS"

Image of 1999.7.4 - Program

1999.7.4 - Program

Program for "The Daughters of St. Andrew's".and is a list of their meetings for the year 1924. It is rectangular, folded in half, made out of thick paper. It is off-white (yellowed with age slightly) with black printing. The front cover has a double lined border around the edge with printing inside. The font is Gothic. The printing first is "The Daughters of St. Andrew's", then has three Scriptures listed below. Between the title and the Scripture is a small drawing that sort of looks like two leaves with a circle in between/above them. The inside has "Programme, 1924" in the bold Gothic print, then lists the months of the year, followed by a schedule of the meeting for that month. This part

Image of M1968.59.1 - Book

M1968.59.1 - Book

This Bible has 496 pages. It is a hardcover, leather bound Bible with embossed gold lettering on cover and spine. Cover is pebbled with etched spears on bottom and top. Spine is ribbed with etched lines on either side of the ribs. Pages are gold edged. "G. McCrae, Guelph, Ont., St. Andrews Church." "Geills McCrae, Guelph Canada" in David McCrae's handwriting

Image of 1986.18.110 - Postcard

1986.18.110 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted postcard with correspondence to Mrs John Brown, Cedarville, from Will Heibein, 131 Cambridge St. Guelph. It is a view of Knox Presbyterian Church, Guelph showing west side and front. It is a stone building with arched windows and tall bell tower, Gothic details. There is a white border at right side with inscription. People in foreground. Date Made Notes: postmarked front "KNOX CHURCH, GUELPH, ONT" back "WARWICK BROS & RUTTER, PRINTERS TORONTO"

Image of 1997.16.25 - Pamphlet

1997.16.25 - Pamphlet

Pamphlet of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church; Rectangular white paper folded in half to form a four page pamphlet. Sketch and text are printed in black in. Front cover has a drawing of St Andrew's church. Pamphlet briefly describes the activities offered by the church and the history of the church for prospective congregation members. Illustrations: Sketches, B/W "St Andrew's Presbyterian church founded 1832, Norfolk and Suffolk St Guelph, Ontario".

Image of M1968X.480.1 - Page, Scrapbook

M1968X.480.1 - Page, Scrapbook

Scrapbook page which holds an article from a newspaper entitled "Unveil Window to Memory of Heroic Dead" The article describes the placing of a window at St. Andrew's Church, Guelph, honouring John McCrae. Probably from Black Scrapbook M1968X.168.1

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 1986.18.80 - Postcard

1986.18.80 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted postcard of four views printed in cartouches of different Guelph Churches: Norfolk Street Methodist, Trinity Baptist, St. George's Anglican, and St. Andrew's Presbyterian. There is correspondence on back to Miss Edla Ritchie from Lucy Mae Currie, 40 Central St. Guelph. front "ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH ANGLICAN, METHODIST, TRINITY BAPTIST, ST ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN" printed on front in white on negative: "CHAS. L. NELLES" "HAND COLORED"