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Image of 1999.28.104 - Photograph

1999.28.104 - Photograph

Strip of four negatives. Close-ups of storefronts. Two of the negatives make up CIBC, beside which is Stewart's Drugs and Trans-Canada Loans. The other two photographs make up the Scotia Bank. One was taken from Wyndham and the other from the corner at Douglas.

Image of 1992.28.441 - Photograph

1992.28.441 - Photograph

Photo of a printed panel that reads "Guelph Memorial Gardens Rhinoceros Wed. Mar. 24 8:30 $1.75". The panel also has a picture on it. In the background part of the north-east side of St. George's Square is visible. The Bank of Nova Scotia, Bongard Leslie & Co., Daly Building are visible.

Image of 1992.28.755 - Photograph

1992.28.755 - Photograph

Sign "Daly Building 69 Wyndham st. Donnell R. Daly Insurance Trans Canada Credit Income Mortgage Services, Stratton Industries office space for Rent". The sign is mounted in between a door and a storefront. the storefront is a jewellery store.

Image of 2009.32.188 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.188 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Opening Festivities for the Sesquicentennial celebrations in St. George's Square. In the foreground there is a crowd of people watching the Guelph Concert Band, which is on a stage at the front. The stage is located where Douglas Street meets St. George's Square, and the Gummer Building and Victoria Block are visible at the right.

Image of 2009.32.189 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.189 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Opening Festivities for the Sesquicentennial celebrations in St. George's Square. In the foreground there is a crowd of people watching the Guelph Concert Band, which is on a stage at the front. The stage is located where Douglas Street meets St. George's Square, and the Gummer Building and Victoria Block are visible at the right.

Image of 2009.32.193 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.193 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Opening Festivities for the Sesquicentennial celebrations in St. George's Square. The crowd in the foreground watches the band "Brandy", which is playing on the stage in the centre. Located at the opening of Douglas Street onto St. George's Square, the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Building are visible in the background.

Image of 2009.32.194 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.194 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Opening Festivities for the Sesquicentennial celebrations in St. George's Square. The crowd in the foreground watches the band "Brandy", which is playing on the stage in the centre. Located at the opening of Douglas Street onto St. George's Square, the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the part of the Victoria Building are visible in the background.

Image of 2009.32.195 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.195 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Opening Festivities for the Sesquicentennial celebrations in St. George's Square. The crowd in the foreground watches the band "Brandy", which is playing on the stage in the centre. Located at the opening of Douglas Street onto St. George's Square, the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the part of the Victoria Building are visible in the background.

Image of 2009.32.312 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.312 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Dutch Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. In the foreground a crowd of people stands watching the stage where there is Dutch choir singing. To the left is a Canadian flag and in the background is the 150th events sign, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block.

Image of 2009.32.315 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.315 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of crowds in St. George's Square for Dutch Day, during Guelph's Sesquicentennial celebrations. The crowd stands in front of a barrel organ that is set up by a stage at the entrance to Douglas St. Across the top in red letters the organ reads: "With Love from Amsterdam". In the centre, also in red, it reads "Barrel Organ The Windmill". In the two top corners are pictures of windmills. The side panels also have Dutch scenes painted on them, with decorative flowers painted along the top. Inside the top part on either side are white and black organ pipes.

Image of 2009.32.317 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.317 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of crowds in St. George's Square for Dutch Day, during Guelph's Sesquicentennial celebrations. Crowds of people in the foreground stand watching a Dutch choir on stage, which it set up at the entrance to Douglas St. Members of the choir are wearing black plants and grey shirts with white collars. At the left an evergreen tree partially obscures view of the Bank of Nova Scotia. In the background the 150th sign is visible to the right, along with the Gummer Building, the Victoria Building, and the spire of St. George's Church.

Image of 2009.32.327 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.327 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Dutch Night in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial Celebrations. A demonstration of "Tip the Top" is taking place, and crowds are gathered around watching a raised wooden plank on which is a man sitting in a small red wagon is draped in clear plastic. At the end of the plank are two poles with a bucket suspended between them. A person is adjusting the bucket. The man in the red wagon holds a rope, pulling himself forward. In the background is Douglas Street and part of the Bank of Nova Scotia.

Image of 2009.32.328 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.328 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Dutch Night in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial Celebrations. A demonstration of "Tip the Top" is taking place, and crowds are gathered around watching a raised wooden plank on which is a man sitting in a small red wagon is draped in clear plastic. The man in the red wagon holds a rope, pulling himself forward, towards the downward part of the plank. In the background is Douglas Street, Victoria Block, and part of the Bank of Nova Scotia.

Image of 2009.32.334 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.334 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the setup for Greek Day during the Sesquicentennial celebrations in St. George's Square. The Greek parade fload shaped like a temple is placed beside the stage at the entrance to Douglas Street. Five people stand in the still-vacant square. In the background is the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block.

Image of 2009.32.337 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.337 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of St. George's Square the morning of Greek Day, during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Two men are roasting a lamb on a spit in front of a stall with the Guelph 150th logo on it. To the right several men stand around barbeques. In the background is the stage area at the entrance to Douglas Street, the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block.

Image of 2009.32.338 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.338 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of St. George's Square the morning of Greek Day, during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Two men are roasting a lamb on a spit in front of a stall with the Guelph 150th logo on it. To the right several men stand around barbeques. In the background is the stage area at the entrance to Douglas Street, the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block.

Image of 2009.32.340 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.340 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of St. George's Square the morning of Greek Day, during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Four children in Greek costume stand in front of the Greek parade float that is shaped like a temple. The girl at the far left wears an orange and red skirt, black jacket over a white shirt, and a red cap. She, like the boy in the middle, is blowing a bubble with pink bubblegum. The second girl from the left wears a pale blue skirt, red and gold jacket over a white shirt, and red cap. The boy to the right of her wears purple shoes, white leggings, a white tunic, purple and gold vest over a white shirt, and red cap with a black tassel. The last girl at the far right wears a long white

Image of 2009.32.341 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.341 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the beer garden in St. George's Square on Greek Day, during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Crowds of people stand around picnic tables, drinking beer, talking, and eating. In the centre, foreground a woman wearing a black and white top and sunglasses looks directly at the camera. To the right two older men in brown hats and jackets stand on either side of a picnic table that has three beers on it. In the background the Greek parade float shaped like a white temple and a stage are visible, and beyond it is the entrance to Douglas Street, bordered by the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block.

Image of 2009.32.342 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.342 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the beer garden in St. George's Square on Greek Day, during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. In the foreground is a snakerail fence, and beyond it crowds of people stand and sit at picnic tables, drinking beer, talking, and eating. In front, centre, Judy Coulman, wearing sunglasses and a yellow sweater, sits at a picnic table with the three Coulman children, Lisa, Laura, and Jonathan. They are eating souvlaki, and Judy has a beer in front of her. In the background, behind the crowds, is the Greek parade float shaped like a temple, a stage, and the entrance to Douglas St. bordered by the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block. Also visible to t

Image of 2009.32.343 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.343 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the beer garden in St. George's Square on Greek Day, during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. In the foreground is a snakerail fence, and beyond it crowds of people stand and sit at picnic tables, drinking beer, talking, and eating. In front, centre, Judy Coulman, wearing sunglasses and a yellow sweater, sits at a picnic table with the three Coulman children, Lisa, Laura, and Jonathan. They are eating souvlaki, and Judy has a beer in front of her. In the background, behind the crowds, is the Greek parade float shaped like a temple, a stage, and the entrance to Douglas St. bordered by the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, and the Victoria Block. Also visible to t