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Image of 1973.23.16 - Music, Sheet

1973.23.16 - Music, Sheet

Sheet Music, ""Salvator" (The Saviour) / A Sacred Oratorio" composed by Roberta Geddes-Harvey. Published by C.W. Thompson & Company, Boston, Mass. Copyright 1907 Price: $1.00 Net 108 pages, bound, paperback. Music by Roberta Geddes-Harvey, words selected from the Bible and various sacred poems. Grey cover with black type. Interior pages, paper with black type. "Mrs. R. Shortreed Guelph" written in ink on front cover. Inserts that were taped to the title page are two clippings, one a photo of Mrs. Roberta Geddes-Harvey Mus.Bac., the other a newspaper clipping dated 1926 marking her retirement as organist at St. George's Church.

Image of 1973.23.26 - Program

1973.23.26 - Program

Program and Souvenir Booklet for Old Home Week, Guelph, August 2-6 1908. White glossy paper cover with purple printed lettering and border. Pages are glossy white paper with printed black lettering and b/w photographs of city officials and public buildings and tourist sites. Booklet is stapled bound. On back cover in lower right corner, in small purple print is name of printing/publishing company: "MILN-BINGHAM, TORONTO". Illustrations: Printed B/W No. of pages: 28

Image of 2008.6.1 - Postcard

2008.6.1 - Postcard

Black and White photo of the Heffernan Street Bridge in Guelph. Shot taken from the river looking down to the bridge with land on left and right side of the postcard. St. George's Church located on the left side of the river and another found off in the distance past the bridge. Houses found on both sides of the river with few trees. Back of the postcard is the divided style with the left side for correspondence and the right for the address. Top right corner is the location for the stamp and along the left side reads: 'Pub. by A.B. Petrie, Guelph, Ont. Printed in Germany.'

Image of 2009.28.1 - Booklet

2009.28.1 - Booklet

A Guidebook to the city of Guelph. This is the 2nd Edition as part of the Centennial Project of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce. The cover is green and has a collage of Guelph pictures in the shape of G. Inside of front cover - Gilson Page 1 - Guelph Chamber of Commerce; Message from the Mayor: Paul W. Mercer Page 2 - Bucyrus-Erie Company of Canada Ltd.; The Bank of Nova Scotia Page 3 - Guelph City Hall and Memorial Gardens; Guelph Public Library Page 4 - Guelph Statistics; City Officials: Mayor Paul W. Mercer, City Administrator F.M. Woods, City Clerk W.G. Hall, City Treasurer M.R. Sather, Assessment Commissioner R.W. Brydon, City Engineer W.P. Taylor, Industrial Commissioner R.S. Macp

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 1986.18.183 - Postcard

1986.18.183 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted postcard with correspondence and 1-cent postage stamp on back. Correspondence is to Mr. Tom Wilson, RR4 Guelph from Addie (Wilson?) It is a view of St. George's Square and upper Wyndham St. showing Tovell Building, Post Office, flower bed and Blacksmith Fountain in centre of Square. The spire of St. George's Church and Bank of Commerce are visible. There is a street car on the road. front: "ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE, AND UPPER WYNDHAM STREET, GUELPH, ONT." back: "THE VALENTINES & SONS PUBLISHING CO. LTD. MONTREAL AND TORONTO" "PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN"

Image of 1986.18.177 - Postcard

1986.18.177 - Postcard

Divided back, B & W postcard with correspondence to Geo. McAteer from A.D. Savage. There is a printed message from Savage's optical business on the back. It is an advertising postcard with a view of St. George's Square, Post Office Building, St. George's Church and east side of square. Blacksmith fountain, streetcar and horse drawn vehicle and the Victoria Hotel. There is an arrow directed towards the location of A. D. Savages optical business. front: "A.D.SAVAGE, OPTICIAN, OUR NEW ADDRESS RIGHT AT POST OFFICE CORNER OF WYNDHAM & DOUGLAS ST. GUELPH, ONT.

Image of 1999.26.1 - Map

1999.26.1 - Map

Paper map rolled on textile backing. Two wooden dowels at each end. Illustrated sketches of town hall and county courthouse & jail. "Map of the Town of Guelph in County of Wellington Province of Ontario from Actual Surveys and original Plans by T.W. Cooper, C.E & PLS. Includes wards, street lamps, streets and watermains and properties and landowner names outside the city.

Image of 1987.62.11 - Invoice

1987.62.11 - Invoice

Invoice for Purchase of plot in St. George's Cemetery, 1912. Off-white paper with printed black text. Entries handwritten in black ink. Invoice reads: 13 x FORM A. No. 573 / ST. GEORGE'S CEMETERY / GUELPH, ONTARIO July 23, 1912 / This Certifies that Richard I. Ward of Guelph has purchased Lot number 452 in Block ? in St. George's Cemetery, containing 96 square feet and has paid the sum of Thirteen Dollars which entitles Richard I. Ward freehold of the same, subject to the Rules and Regulations already established or to be hereafter ? by the proper Authorities of the said Cemetery. Signed by the authority of the Incumbent and Church Wardens, this 23rd day of July 1912 / G.A. Oxnard

Image of 1986.18.223 - Postcard

1986.18.223 - Postcard

Black and white, divided back postcard with correspondence on back. It is a view of St. George's Square during Old Home Week parade in 1908. Buildings decorated with flags and bunting people lined on both sides of street. Blacksmith fountain, Post Office and Douglas St. can be seen. There is a one-cent Canada postage stamp on back.

Image of 1981.277.2 - Music, Sheet

1981.277.2 - Music, Sheet

Sheet Music, "Singing Softly. (A Christmas Song.)" Words by A. Klugh Music by R. Harvey Published by Whaley, Royce & Co. Limited, Eng. and Lith. Single sheet of off-white paper, printed in black on one side only. Four part vocal harmony. The museum has another copy of this music in its collection: 1973.23.18

Image of 2008.55.21 - Program

2008.55.21 - Program

Program of the 1992 Guelph Spring Festival, the 25th Anniversary, from May 1st to May 23rd. The front cover is a silver colour with the silhouette of a green and purple flower and a red violin, with sheet music in the background. The back cover is an ad for the co-operators. The program is 36 pages in length and lists the performers, their biographies, the pieces performed, and advertisements from many Guelph businesses. This program is a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Guelph Spring Festival and pays tribute to Edward Johnson. Edwina Carson has written a tribute to Murdo MacKinnon who recently retired as president of the Edward Johnson Music Foundation. No. of pages: 36

Image of 2003.97.3 - Magazine

2003.97.3 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine for April 1903. 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, pink. 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: 1903 APR 01 Illustrations: Printed Front cover: "St. Ge

Image of 2004.57.1 - Postcard

2004.57.1 - Postcard

Colour postcard of St. George's Anglican Church on Woolwich St., circa 1970. The postcard is an angled view from across the street that is looking north. The view also shows four cars parked on Woolwich St., two on either side of the street. In the foreground a parking meter is also visible.The back of the postcard is a divided back style with a small description of the church in the upper left corner and in the upper right is a square marking where the stamp should go. The postcard is unused.

Image of 1971.47.2.7 - Newspaper

1971.47.2.7 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1954 Progress Edition, January 30, 1954. The paper is seven sections, the first two sections the regular news while the other sections are part of the Progress edition. The paper is incomplete with one section of the Progress Edition missing (Section D). .1 Section 1 of the paper with a blue cover with an image of Guelph with hands superimposed over the image. The title is "1954 Progress edition - The Future of Guelph is in Our Hands". This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the news of the day. Pages 13 - 28. .3 Section 3 - First section of the Progress edition with a collage of photos on the front cover. pages A1- A16

1971.47.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Progress edition, January 27, 1951 - section 2 of paper only. This section contains pages 17-32. The title on the front of the section is "Progress with Guelph" and has a photo of Guelph and a photo of each of the councillors and the mayor.

Image of 2008.44.1 - Map

2008.44.1 - Map

1877 Map of the Town of Guelph with 1890 markings of sewers and watermains surveyed by T.W. Cooper. The map has three illustrations at the top. One of City Hall, one of the Town of Guelph and one of the Court House and Jail. The map has painted red dots to mark water valves and watermains. On the back of the map is written in black pencil "1877 Cooper Map with waterworks system" The map is attached to a wooden dowel at the top and bottom that is painted black. The map is varnished.

1972.10.22.2 - Newspaper

Guelph Evening Mercury, April 23rd 1927. The paper's main story is of the founding of Guelph 100 years ago to the day. The title reads "This Is Guelph's red letter day". The paper is in two sections. .1 section 1 pages 1 - 18. .2 section 2 pages 19-28.

Image of 2003.97.10 - Magazine

2003.97.10 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine for June 1908. 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: 1908 JUN 01 Illustrations: Printed Front cover: "St. George's

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