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Image of 1994.5.4 - Booklet

1994.5.4 - Booklet

Booklet on the Guelph Oaks Sports Club, Sesquicentennial Edition. Black glossy paper cover with sports figures outlined in white. The crest is displayed on the top left corner with a red maple leaf. The interior contains history, advertising and soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball team pictures and history. On cover "SESQUICENTENNIAL EDITION" On crest "GUELPH OAKS SPORT CLUB CANADA" No of Pages: 29

Image of 2002.81.21 - Program

2002.81.21 - Program

Program for the Guelph College Figure Skating Club's Rhapsody on Ice, Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, 1963. Gold cover paper program with black line drawing of a woman figure skater on front. The program is for the 1963 Rhapsody on Ice event put on by the Guelph College Figure Skating Club. The program cost 25 cents. The event was held March 15-16 and had five acts with a total of 34 demonstrations. The book has a few black and white photos and several advertisements. "Price 25c" "Rhapsody on Ice 1963 ..." Illustrations: Photographs, B/W No. of pages: 16

Image of 1999.7.9 - Program

1999.7.9 - Program

Program, "The Creation," presented by the Guelph Light Opera Company, March 29, 1965, at Ross Hall. White paper program with black text and folded in three flaps. The front cover introduces the GLOC and gives title, composer, conductor, soloists, pianist&organists and date,place and time. On the right flap, opened once, is a photo (by Ted Miller) of the GLOC's new home. There is a map drawn to show the location and a word of thanks and an invitation. The first open flap, on the left side, has "Programme Notes" Beside this is the program for part one. The second section has part II and III. The far right flap has the list of the chorus, production staff and acknowledgements. The back cover ha

Image of 2000.44.1 - Program

2000.44.1 - Program

Program for the Guelph Figure Skating Club's "Rhapsody on Ice," Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21, 1970. The programme has a blue textured paper cover with the Guelph Figure Skating Club's logo of a skate with wings in silver and the title also in silver on the front. On the back cover is a congratulatory note from the City of Guelph for the Club's participation in the community. The program contains ads, a listing of all of the participants in the show, the club executive, and photos of the guest artists. One of the club professionals, Janice White,and one of the guest artists, autographed their pictures. Illustrations: Photographs, B/W On Cover "Guelph Figure Skating Club presents

1995.9.5 - Program, Theatre

Parchment paper programme. The cover has one edge that is similar to a deckle edge but looks like it has been torn. The front cover has a black line border and written there is a description of the nights events, all written in black ink. Near the top, there is a crest of the school. Inside, there are advertisements along the top and bottom and in between are the credits of participants in Theatre Night. On the back there are advertisements on the top and bottom and in between there are credits for the production staff. Illustrations: Printed "GUELPH COLLEGIATE VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE THEATRE NIGHT, FRIDAY, MARCH 3RD, 1950. PATRONS ALDERMAN N.A. BURBRIDGE, MRS. W.M. DRUMMOND, MR. GILBERT MACI

Image of 2003.31.1 - Book, Cook

2003.31.1 - Book, Cook

Cook Book made of full sheets of paper folded over once to create booklet. May have been a cover at one point in time. Title on front is "Selected Recipes" In center of front is black and white photo of "The Church of St. James the Apostle - Established 1890". At bottom of the cover it says "A collection of tested recipes selected and arranged for publication by the members of the Parish Guild of The Church of St. James the Apostle". Inside are recipes and advertisements. The back of the cover has an index. Illustrations: Printed No of Pages: 80 No of Parts: 1 Count:

Image of 1994.12.11 - Program, Theatre

1994.12.11 - Program, Theatre

Programme for musical play, "Up in Central Park". White staple-bound paper program with a cover with blank print. The cover has stars along left side, and has seven questions and answers down the front. Inside is a series of advertisements, lists of staff and cast, a synopsis of scenes, the musical program and list of the sponsors. Illustrations: B/W Advertisements No. of pages: 8 Printed on Front Cover: "WHO? BETA SIGMA PHI SORORITY; WHAT? PRESENTS SIGMUND ROMBERG'S "UP IN CENTRAL PARK"; WHY? IN BENEFIT OF CHILDREN'S EQUIPMENT GUELPH HOSPITALS; STARRING RONALD JORDAN; WHEN? THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AUGUST 17, & 18, 1950, WHERE? CAPITAL THEATRE GUELPH, ONTARIO STAGED AND DIRECTED BY RAY HAMBY"

Image of 1999.7.14 - Program

1999.7.14 - Program

Program, "Breath of Spring, Barbershop Style" presented by The Over Tones of Harmony, Inc., on March 30, 1974 at Ross Hall, Guelph. White, folded paper program with black print and illustration. The top left hand corner of the front cover has the Harmony Inc. logo: A barbershop pole with two women's heads on either side and a banner wrapped around it that has "Harmony, Inc." written on it. Beside the logo "The Over Tones Of Harmony, Inc. present" is written in black , in various fonts. In the centre is a drawing of a bird on a branch with "BREATH OF SPRING BARBERSHOP STYLE" written around it in semi-circles. Underneath it says: "MARCH 30, 1974 ROSS HALL GUELPH 8.00 P.M." Inside, on the le

Image of 1998.2.2 - Program

1998.2.2 - Program

Program of the 1969 Guelph Spring Festival. Front cover has an image of a sculpture of an angel blowing a trumpet on white background. Text is in green print. The title of the program is "The Arts in Religion." Some of the b/w photographs inside are autographed. Illustrations of Guelph by Evan Macdonald. Articles by William Plomer, Judith Nasby and D.C. Mullin. "The Guelph Spring Festival 1969 / May first to fifteenth / The Arts in Religion." Illustrations: Printed No of Pages: 32

Image of 1998.52.8 - Program

1998.52.8 - Program

Program, "Guelph Light Opera Company presents "Carousel"". One page folded into three. Light blue paper with dark blue printing and red illustrations. Inside and back cover include musical numbers, synopsis of scenes, Lilom, Carousel, Cast, Orchestra, Production staff and acknowledgments. The back page has advertisers. Illustrations: Printed Guelph Light Opera Company presents Carousel Ross Hall 8:30 P.M. Dec. 3 through 7, 1963.

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 1974.15.7 - Booklet

1974.15.7 - Booklet

Booklet , entitled "The Royal City of Canada, Guelph and Her Industries" - Special Industrial Souvenir Number of the Guelph Daily Mercury, Guelph, Canada" published by Authority of the City Council and Guelph's Old Home Week Committee. Printed in 1908 for Guelph Home Week and booklet has a programme for the festivities occurring from Sunday to Thursday on pages 6 to 8. On page 54 is an index of the contents of the booklet. Paperback cover, white with organ pillar design with b/w photograph of Guelph in the center. Black printed lettering. No. of pages; 54 glossy paper typeset in black printed 1908 "Containing a comprehensive review of the natural advantages and resources of Guelph, togeth

Image of 2005.43.1 - Yearbook

2005.43.1 - Yearbook

Brown soft cover GCVI 1928 Yearbook. The book has an irridescent title "Acta Nostra GCVI Hic Patet Ingeniis Campus". At the bottom centre is "1928 published by the students of the Guelph Collegiate-Vocational Institute" in green. The book is filled with stories, anecdotes and black and white photos and illustrations. The book also has ads from many area merchants. The book is 132 pages long.

Image of 1998.51.6 - Videotape

1998.51.6 - Videotape

Black plastic video tape with clear plastic tape. Interview with May Warden talking about her family and growing up in Guelph, the Depression, school, religion, work, etc. This is an audio only recording - there is no visual footage.

Image of 1994.12.14 - Map

1994.12.14 - Map

White paper street map of the city of Guelph with advertisements and a business directory surround it. Inside the map is a street index, a scale and a legend. Blue and red ink have been marked on the map.

Image of 1993.36.1 - Guide, Street

1993.36.1 - Guide, Street

Street Guide for City of Guelph, 1955. A small book listing streets, businesses etc. The exterior cover is blue and the interior is cream coloured paper with black ink. Printed on cover in blue print: Guelph Coat of Arms with text::" ..City of Guelph.. Street Guide / Price 35 cents". On page 3, it notes that this street guide "is sponsored by the Guelph Police Association 1955 with the support of our advertisers. / (COPYRIGHT) trademark of Typographical Union Label, Guelph." On page 103 is a list of street names proposed to have their names changed by City Council after May 1956. Illustrations: Advertisements/Printed No. of pages: 112

Image of 2006.20.5 - Program

2006.20.5 - Program

Program, Guelph Spring Festival Program, April 30 - May 22, 1977. This is the year of Guelph's Sesquicentennial, so on the front cover there is a painting of St. George's Church along the Speed River. On the back cover there is an ad for Jaguars. Inside the program is a list of all of the events of the Festival and biographies of participants. There is also a message from the Mayor, Norm Jary, and Murdo McKinnon, the president of the Edward Johnson Music Foundation. There are also images of the David Kennedy sketches and a biography. No. of pages: 46

Image of 2007.34.1 - Scrapbook

2007.34.1 - Scrapbook

Large, thick cardboard blue and maroon scrapbook. The front and back covers are blue with maroons triangular tips and spine. There are metal grommets and details all over the outside. There are two large spikes coming out of the spine that attach all the pages together (spine is open). At the bottom of the spine in silver printing "Made in Canada/Biltrite/Patented 1955" On the inside cover there are three metal hinges. Sticker at the bottom "Luckett's/Sterling/ Line/Made in Canada/No. 171032" A postcard has been glued to the cover. It is a festive image with a bowl of fruit and wrapped packages. The Title page reads: "City Clerk's Office, Guelph, Ontario" "Scrap Book: Year 1970 to" there are

Image of 2007.35.3 - Program

2007.35.3 - Program

Program, Kiwanis Guelph Club presents the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sir Ernest MacMillan, conductor, at the Collegiate Auditorium on Friday, November 17th 8:30 PM. The guest artist is Beauna Somerville, violinist. The proceeds in aid of Boys Camp. Cream coloured paper cover with printed black lettering and Kiwanis Club crest. The program has many advertisements from Guelph companies. The first page includes the programme for the evening, plus description of the music, the boys camp and a listing of the Kiwanis members, executive for 1944, and the committees. As well, it lists the members who are in military service. There are also B/W/ photographs of Sir Ernest MacMillan and the guest artis

Image of 2007.35.2 - Program

2007.35.2 - Program

Kiwanis Guelph Club presents the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Sir Ernest MacMillan, conductor at the Collegiate Auditorium on Wednesday Oct 31at 8:30 PM. The proceeds in aid of Boys Camp. Green coloured paper cover with printed black lettering and gold coloured Kiwanis crests on front cover. The program has many advertisements from Guelph companies. The first page includes the progress for the evening, plus description of the music, the boys camp and a listing of the Kiwanis members, executive for 1945 and the committees, as well as those members in military service. It also includes photograph of Sir Ernest MacMillan, and mayor Gordon Rife. Illustrations: B/W Printed No. of pages: 44