Guelph Museums logo Collections Database

Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name Trans Canada Loans

Associated Records

Image of 2009.32.515 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.515 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Closing Ceremony for Heritage Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. A stage is set up at the entrance to Douglas St, and in the foreground at the side of the stage the representatives from various ethnic groups are lined up, in costume and holding flags from their respective countries. Beyond them in the centre of the stage several people sit on chairs, and Angelo Mior, the Ethnic Celebrations Chairman, walks away from the microphone at the front of the stage. Crowds of people are watching the stage. In the background is the Gummer Building, Victoria Block, 150th Events Sign, and CIBC.

Image of 2009.32.506 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.506 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Heritage Day Parade in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Looking east down Quebec St, crowds of people watch the members of Guelph's Greek community march by. The group, including both men and women, wears white robes in the style of the Ancient Greeks. In the background is CIBC and the 150th Events Sign.

Image of 2009.32.480 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.480 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Swiss-German Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. A group of young women in costume are dancing on a stage that is set up at the entrance to Douglas St. They wear white boots, black skirts, white tops with yellow across the front, and large white hats with a tuft of green at the side. Crowds are gathered around watching. At the back of the stage is a banner with a Swiss landscape on it and Swiss flags at the sides, and the Gummer Building and Victoria Block are in the background.

Image of 2009.32.499 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.499 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Heritage Day Parade in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Looking east down Quebec St, crowds of people watch women from the I.O.D.E. (Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire) pass by. At the front a woman wearing a white pantsuit carries a Canadian flag, while behind her two more women wearing white are carrying Canadian flags. A man with a video camera crouches in the middle of the street, filming. In the background is CIBC, the 150th Events Sign, and the Victoria Block.

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 2009.32.514 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.514 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Closing Ceremony for Heritage Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. A stage is set up at the entrance to Douglas St, and several people sit on chairs in the centre of the stage, with people in military uniform standing behind them, holding a Guelph 150th banner and several flags. Crowds watch as the Rheingold representatives, wearing yellow cloaks, white shirts, and hats with feathered tops, walk across the stage after receiving a scroll from Angelo Mior, who is standing at a microphone. In the foreground at the corner of the stage a red-haired child, wearing a white t-shirt and jeans, watches the ceremony. In the background is the Victoria

Image of 2009.32.467 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.467 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Swiss-German Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Yodellers stand, performing on a stage set up at the entrance to Douglas St. They are wearing Swiss-German costume, consisting of dark pants and jackets with red lining over white shirts for the men. The woman at the front on the left wears a tan-coloured apron over a black dress and white shirt, while the woman to the right wears a rose-coloured apron with yellow trim, a white shirt, and a red and white checked shawl. Crowds are gathered around watching, some sitting at the edge of the stage, others standing around the front and side. At the back of the stage is a banner with a Swiss lands

Image of 2009.32.501 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.501 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Heritage Day Parade in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Looking east down Quebec St, crowds of people watch the Rheingold Group marching in the parade. At the front is a woman wearing white stockings, a short white skirt, white gloves, light brown jacket, white ruff at her throat, green sash across her shoulder, and a yellow and white hat with a green feather at the top. Behind her are women wearing similar costumes, but with black jackets, and men wearing black pants, white shirts, yellow cloaks, and feathered hats. In the background is CIBC, the 150th Events Sign, and the Victoria Block.

Image of 2009.32.486 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.486 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Heritage Day Parade in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. Looking east on Quebec St, members of Guelph's Dutch Community are walking. Women and children in Dutch costume, consisting of black dresses, floral aprons, bonnets, and clogs, walk, holding a blue sign with yellow lettering that reads "Dutch Community". To the right in the foreground is a man holding Guelph Sesquicentennial paraphenalia. In the background at the left is the Victoria Block and CIBC.

Image of 2009.32.509 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.509 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of the Closing Ceremony for Heritage Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. A stage is set up at the entrance to Douglas St, and several people sit on chairs in the centre of the stage, with people in military uniform standing behind them, holding a Guelph 150th banner and several flags. In the foreground to the left is the corner of a float with a fake decorative railing, and behind it stands John Olver, Executive Director of the Guelph 150th Committee. Several children in Scottish dress stand at the front of the stage, and crowds watch from behind them. In the background is the Victoria Block, 150th Events Sign, and CIBC.

1980.59.410 - Transparency, Slide

This slide depicts five members of the Scottish Country Dancers on the main stage in St. George's Square during the Heritage Day Parade. The stage is set up at the entrance to Douglas St, with Guelph Sesquicentennial flags hanging at the back. On the stage the dancers are performing, and in the foreground are a group of audience members standing around the stage. The dancers are wearing Scottish dresses, and are facing the audience while holding the edges of their dresses and dancing the Highland Fling. In the background is the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Gummer Building, Douglas St, the St. George Church steeple, partially obscured by a flag on the stage, Victoria Block, and the Guelph 150 Even

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 2009.32.3620 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.3620 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide.The picture is of three boys riding bicycles on the sidewalk in St. George's Square on November 15, 1981. One of the boys is ahead of the other two and he is lifting his front wheel off the ground as he rides down the steps in St. George's Square. In the background is Scotia Bank to the left, and to the right, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and other businesses on Wyndham Street and Douglas Street. At the end of Douglas Street is St. George's Church on Woolwich Street.

Image of 2009.32.534 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.534 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Scot's Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial Celebrations. A stage is set up at the entrance to Douglas St, with Guelph Sesquicentennial flags hanging at the back. On the stage the Junior Scottish Country Dancers are performing, including Lisa Coulman who is at the far left, and Laura Coulman who is at the front, centre. The children stand spread out on the stage, wearing dark red and white kilts and white shirts. A man in Scottish dress watches from the left side of the stage. Crowds watch from the side, and in the background is the Bank of Nova Scotia, Douglas St, the Gummer Building, and Victoria Block.

Image of 2013.39.16.3 - Photograph

2013.39.16.3 - Photograph

Black and white composite panoramic photo of the east side of Lower Wyndham Street from St. George's Square to half-way to Macdonell Street. The image is several photos taken in sequence and pasted together on a board to create a panoramic photo. At the top in pen is written "Taken early 1977 by Marg Behar" Two of the images have come off of the board. .1 Images on board .2 Loose image of Walkwel Shoes and Walkers Jewellers .3 Loose image of Quebec Street and part of CIBC building Image shows several buildings along the east side of Lower Wyndham. The buildings shown are the 29-35 Wyndham with Walkers Jewellers and Walkwel Shoes; The Pequegnat-Cosford Block with Star Menswear, Aggies,

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 2009.32.317 - 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 2009.32.549 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.549 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of a rock band playing on a stage set up at the entrance to Douglas St. during Guelph's Sesquicentennial Celebrations. There are five band members, playing guitar, bass, drums, and singing. At the back of the stage is a banner that says: "RADIO C-JOY 1460 GUELPH". In the foreground are the backs of people in the crowd, watching the band play. In the background is the Bank of Nova Scotia, Douglas St, St. George's Church spire, Gummer Building, and Victoria Block. Don Coulman has noted on the side of the slide, "Read T-Shirt", but it is not clear which t-shirt he means.

Image of 2009.32.368 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.368 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Ukrainian Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial celebrations. At the left is part of a stage in front of the Bank of Nova Scotia, on which young people are wearing Ukrainian dress and dancing. People watch the stage from the side, amongst speakers and instruments. Douglas Street, the spire of St. George's Chuch, and the Victoria Block are in the background.

Image of 2009.32.530 - Transparency, Slide

2009.32.530 - Transparency, Slide

Colour slide of Scot's Day in St. George's Square during the Sesquicentennial Celebrations. A stage is set up at the entrance to Douglas St, with Guelph Sesquicentennial flags hanging at the back. On the stage four girls are dancing the Irish Jig. The girl at the far left wears a white apron and red dress over a white shirt, while the other three girls wear white aprons and green dresses over white shirts. They all have their arms up in the air as they dance. In the background is the Bank of Nova Scotia, Douglas St, the Gummer Building, and Victoria Block.