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Name Traders Bank of Canada

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1978.165.595 - Receipt

Receipt from the Trader's Bank from John McAteer for 250.00 for six months of License taxes. the receipt is dated April 12, 1912.

Image of 2004.32.116 - Newspaper

2004.32.116 - Newspaper

"Guelph Daily Herald" newspaper from April 6, 1891. One large sheet of newsprint folded in half and printed on all sides to form four pages of printing. The paper is brittle. "GUELPH DAILY HERALD./ VOL. XXXVIII - No. 79./ GUELPH, CANADA, MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1891./ WHOLE No. 5988"

Image of 1976.40.37 - Catalogue

1976.40.37 - Catalogue

Catalogue - "Souvenir Catalogue / First Amalgamated Ontario Provincial Winter Fair / Guelph, Dec. 11 to 14, 1900." Cover is heavy purple paper with printed text in gold lettering. There is a double lined gold border around the outside of the front cover. At the bottom of front cover, the border becomes more elaborate with gold swirls. Cover is stapled and catalogue is comprised of 36 pages of beige coloured paper with black printed text and illustrations. Besides numerous commercial advertisements, book contains the list of officials, executives and committees, an extract of the Rules and Regulations, Show Classes and a list of the winners. Some Guelph Advertisements have pictures of the

1978.165.1171 - Receipt

Deposit receipt from Trader's Bank to John McAteer for depositing 275.00 in the South Wellington (Guelph) branch, May 1, 1895.

Image of 2002.27.102 - Receipt

2002.27.102 - Receipt

Receipt; Receipt for the deposit of 152 dollars into The Traders Bank of Canada for the License Fund Account. Original receipt for the depositor. Majority of text printed on page. The name of depositor, amount and district are filled in in ink. Signed by R. Jeffery and R.H. Harvey. Bankers stamp on top right corner. Border (leaf motif) along left hand side of text Right corner,"no.", top/middle, "Original for the Depositor", right hand side "$152. 00/100", right side "189_", Center, "Received from - Wm. H. Sanders - the sum of One Hundred + fifty two 50/100 Dollars. which amount will appear at the credit of the License Fund Account for the Licens District of South Wellington- kept in this Ba

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 1980.114.81 - Booklet

1980.114.81 - Booklet

"Guelph Ontario - The Royal City 1907" "A City of Great Enterprises - Wholesale and Manufacturing Agricultural Resources Unsurpassed" Booklet of trade information on the City of Guelph from 1907 Covers missing 31-0 cm W X 23-0 cm H pages missing 16 pages total left

1986.14.10 - Book

"Guelph, Canada" book filled with printed images of Guelph. The front cover is brown with silver title. The book is bound with brown string. On the front cover is the Carnegie library. On the first page is a paragraph describing the City of Guelph. The images are: The H. Ellis Private Ambulance Service Panorama of Guelph St. George's Square and Lower Wyndham Street Collage of City Hall, Court House, Armoury, Post Office Collage of Speed River from Allan's bridge, Speed from Foot bridge, Guelph from Goldie's Mill, The Old dam at Riverside Park Woolwich and Cardigan Streets and Eramosa Hill Footbridge and St. George's Church Interior of Church of Our Lady Macdonald Hall and Macdonald I

Image of 2010.8.49 - Magazine

2010.8.49 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is blue. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (July, 1907). Inside all text is black with red highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There are twenty-eight pages. Advertisements are inside the front cover as well as the inside and outside of the back cover. The word "Decker" is written on the top right corner of the front page. The top right corner of the front page is bent.

Image of 1986.32.4 - Map

1986.32.4 - Map

City of Guelph Map, 1907. Paper mounted on cardboard, black printing. "Map of the City of Guelph Canada 1908. Drawn and published by Frank P. Lloyd 561 Euclid Ave. Toronto price 25 cents Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1907 by Frank P. Lloyd Toronto at the Department of Agriculture Ottawa". Map of city of Guelph showing street names, ward boundaries, city limits, steam railways, electric lines, 42 references of places of business and municipal buildings, rises in land, lot numbers, Ontario Agricultural College and Experimental Farm

Image of 2003.97.11 - Magazine

2003.97.11 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine for July 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 JUL 01 Illustrations: Printed Front cover: "St. George's

Image of 1977.33.5 - Program

1977.33.5 - Program

Program, The Royal City Grand Dominion Day Celebration Program, Wednesday July 1, 1891. Rectangular paper covered booklet of 20 pages bound together with two staples. Cover is white paper with blue print. There is a print in blue of City Hall on front cover, above and below which is printed: "THE ROYAL CITY GRAND DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION. / Wednesday, July 1st, 1891. / AT THE CITY OF GUELPH. / One Thousand Dollars in Prizes. / Mayor Goldie, Hon. Chairman; Ald. Jas. Hough, JR., Chairman; A.W. Alexander, Vice-Chairman; Ald. F. Dowler, Secretary; A. Robertson, Treasurer." Other prints within program: View of Upper Wyndham St. and St. George's Square; View of Lower Wyndham Street; View of C

1978.165.68 - Program, Theatre

Royal Opera House program for Macbeth. The program may be missing pages. The program is filled with ads from local businesses. The program is four pages (one large page folded in half and printed on both sides. The play was held on Monday May 22nd, probably in 1893.

1994.38.1 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury with news, ads and announcements on the front. Article on McCrae and homecoming of "D" Battery during Boer War. *Note misprint of date on last page -reads Jan 12, 1900 should read Jan 12, 1901.

Image of 2014.84.496 - Postcard

2014.84.496 - Postcard

Cardboard post card with a photo of Upper Wyndham Street in winter glued on in the centre. The post card has a geometric red border, with sun ray illustrations coming from each corner. The sepia toned photo shows a row of commercial buildings with sleighs and horses in front of them. The Traders Bank is the first building in the foreground. "Photo by W.H. Bibby (Medalist) Guelph, Ont." is printed at the bottom. BACK: Top reads "Pictorial Post Card, Guelph, Ont." There is a 'T' shaped red line across the back. Guelph Historical Society stamp on back.

Image of 2014.33.3 - Book

2014.33.3 - Book

The OAC Review, November 1909, Volume XXII Issue No. 2. Front cover is a dark grey colour, with a black and white photograph of the original Johnston Hall on the upper half. Beneath the photograph is a stock of wheat, with "THE OAC REVIEW" in big white letters. Below the title is a white circle with "November 1909" in black letters. The back cover is white with an advertisement. The content of the booklet is advertisement and articles pertaining to the OAC. The topics of the articles are as follows: The Canadian Seed Growers Peace (Poem) Modern Socialism Experimental Horticulture Editorial College Life Athletics Alumni MacDonald Schools' and Teachers' Department Locals

Image of 2015.64.1 - Scrapbook

2015.64.1 - Scrapbook

Scrapbook of clippings and a few photographs of Guelph buildings. The scrapbook has a brown paper jacket covering a scrapbook with an illustration of a fishing village on it. The brown paper cover has a white label with pen on it that reads: "First book: Churches, Schools, Old Opera House, Movie Picture Bldgs, Black Smith Fountain, Library - Old, Old and New Court House, History in back cover, Old and New Stations, Various Pictures of Guelph, History of Guelph". Written in pen just below the label is "First Book Begun 1954" Page 1: Several newspaper clippings about early Guelph including "Lord's Reclamation of 1788 earliest record of Territory"; "County Named After Great Military Man"; Ear

Image of 1986.18.185 - Postcard

1986.18.185 - Postcard

Divided back, B & W postcard with correspondence and a 1-cent Canada postage stamp on back. It is a view of the Post Office, east side of Upper Wyndham St. and flower bed and Blacksmith Fountain in centre of the square. Traders Bank is showing on left and Victoria Hotel is on right. There are horse drawn vehicles, and people walking on street. There are street cars on the road one labelled "COLLEGE" and one has an advertisement for the "OPERA HOUSE" on the back. The correspondence on the card discusses the OAC boys painting the blacksmith fountain yellow and blue on Halloween. It also mentions the street car that travels to OAC which is in the picture. hand written on front by sender: THE BU

Image of 2012.68.38 - Book, Year

2012.68.38 - Book, Year

32 page year book. Off-white cardstock cover white pages and black print. Front cover has a black and white photo of the church in the center with the title "Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph; Year Book, 1911-12" above and below the photo is the pastor's name and the recording steward in Gothic font. The entire cover is bordered in a pair of wavy lines. Back cover is blank. First page has an oval photo of "Rev. J.D. Fitzpatrick, Pastor." Middle-aged man with hair parted down the center and a moustache wearing a white shirt and light tie in a dark jacket. Pg 2 has the pastors forward to the booklet, followed by a church calendar, list of office bearers and choir members. Record of membe

Image of 1988.30.46 - Calendar

1988.30.46 - Calendar

Calendar, 1912, Paper with green cord to hang and to hold on calendar months. Image of a young lady and man sitting at table looking at cheques. The image is from a painting called "Checking Up" by Clarence Underwood. It was made into a lithograph by Brown & Bigelow of St. Paul, USA in 1909. The word "Greetings and 1912" on calendar months. The calendar is printed in green and includes the moon phases. At the top of the calendar printed "The Traders Bank of Canada F.J. Winlow, manager, Guelph Ont.