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Name Williams (George) Confectioner and Baker

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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.

1978.165.3541 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to American Hotel, dated March 8, 1915 but covers the time period of March 1 -6. The invoice is for: 1/2 dozen C.W. rolls at 1.0 1 lb of grapes at .25 1 dates at .10 1 dozen lemons at .5 Bovril at .40 6 salmon at .20 ea. for a total of 1.20 Biscuits at .05 3 Tea cakes at .12 1/2 dozen salmon at .20 ea. for a total of 1,20 1/2 dozen oranges at .30 1 lb of grapes at .20 2 pk of dates at .25 2 pk of gum at .10 2 grapefruit at .20 1/2 dozen oyster tarts at .45 1 sardines at .15 The invoice total is 5.32. It is marked paid in pencil on March 8, 1915. The invoice is on blue paper with black print and blue and pink lines. The i

1978.165.3484 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to John McAteer, December 14, 1891. The invoice is for 29 loaves of bread and 68 dozen buns for a total bill of 8.63.

1978.165.3552 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to American Hotel, July 26, 1915. The invoice is for: 33 1/2 loaves of bread at .12 ea. for a total of 4.02 Total $4.02 The invoice is marked paid on July 26, 1915. The invoice is on beige paper with black print and blue and pink lines. The invoice is filled in with pen and marked paid in pencil. The bottom right corner has been torn off.

Image of 2010.8.33 - Magazine

2010.8.33 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Outer cover is light green. In the centre there is a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date (July, 1905). 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" appears hand-written with pencil on the top right hand side of the front page.

Image of 2010.8.14 - Magazine

2010.8.14 - Magazine

St. George's Church Parochial Magazine. Front cover is pink (fading at the sides) with a photograph of the church. There is some text below the picture describing name and date. Inside all text is black with some orange highlights. Various drawings, photographs, and small images are throughout. There twenty-seven pages in total. Advertisements are inside the front cover as well as the inside and outside of the back cover. There is an article on page 34 titled "Christian Devotion of the Free Indians".

1978.165.3580 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to American Hotel, dated October 26 1918. The invoice is for: 30 Loaves Bread at 0.20 The invoice total is 6.00. The invoice is on white paper with black print and black lines.The invoice is filled in with pencil for Geo Williams and marked paid November 4 1918 in pencil with initials.

1978.165.964 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Baker and Confectioner to the American Hotel, May 5, 1919.

2002.74.1 - Newspaper

Brown newspaper with a portion torn from the centre (portion is still with paper). The paper is the Guelph Daily Herald, June 11, 1917 and has the headline "British Line Slightly Advanced". The newspaper is not complete - only the front page .

1978.165.959 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Baker and Confectioner to the American Hotel, July 3, 1917.

1978.165.1079 - List, Price

Handwritten list on American hotel letterhead of the amounts due to several local businesses. The list is dated February 2, 1914. The list reads as follows: Frank Flowers 14.00 J.M. Dooley 5.23 McHardy 5.18 McHugh Bros. 10.50 George Williams 3.40 Charles Barber .32 George Kickley 3.75 Hotelkeepers Association 2.50 A. Reinhart 3.15 Sleeman & Sons 65.50 Barrett Dairy Co. .80 Hood & Bennallick 3.85 Clayton & Hawkins 30.20 Washing

1978.165.3512 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to American Hotel, May 11, 1914 and is for accounts rendered of 1.45. The invoice is marked paid on May 11, 1914. The invoice is on beige paper with black print and blue lines. The invoice is filled in with pen and marked paid in pencil.

1978.165.3503 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to American Hotel, January 19, 1914. The invoice is for a period spanning January 12 -17 and is for: 1 Cake at 15 cents 1 Florentine at 15 cents 2 Golden Rods at 30 cents 2 S. Herring at 25 cents 1/2 Dozen Salmon at 22 cents each - 1.32 total 1 Florentine Cake at 15 cents 2 1/2 Dozen turnovers at 38 cents The invoice is marked paid on February 2, 1914. The invoice is on blue paper with black print and blue and pink lines. The invoice is filled in with pen and marked paid in pencil.

1978.165.164 - Directory

Bell Telephone November 1927 phone directory. The cover is a dark beige with navy blue print. The inside pages are light brown with black print. The directory covers Fergus, Guelph, Preston, Galt, Kitchener and Waterloo. There are ads for businesses throughout. The Guelph pages start on page 49.

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 1998.51.16 - Videotape

1998.51.16 - Videotape

Black plastic video tape with clear plastic tape. Interview with Dorothy Farquharson about her family, growing up in Guelph, work, The Depression, Downtown Guelph, WWII, etc.

1978.165.926 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Baker and Confectioner to John McAteer, April 6, 1891.

1978.165.958 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Baker and Confectioner to the American Hotel, July 3, 1917.

1978.165.3526 - Invoice

Invoice from George Williams Confectioner and Baker to American Hotel, September 14, 1914. The invoice spans September 10-12 and is for: 1 Cake at 15 cents 1/2 lb biscuits at 20 cents 2 Lunch Cakes at 20 cents Matches at 25 cents 2 Dozen Tarts at 30 cents/doz. for a total of 60 cents 1 1/2 lbs Oranges at 45 cents 5 lbs Biscuits at 18 cents/lb for a total of 90 cents Total $2.75 The invoice is marked paid on September 14, 1914. The invoice is on beige paper with black print and blue and pink lines. The invoice is filled in with pen and marked paid in pencil.

Image of 1986.37.18 - Program

1986.37.18 - Program

Program for a concert in aid of the Guelph General Hospital "In Aid of Ye Generale Hospitalle / Ye Old Folkes Concerte" that took place at the Big Town Hall Room on December 14, 1886. Off-white paper with black print on all sides. Printed by Mercury Print. Text of the program uses non-standard (earlier) spellings. The concert featured pieces from "Olden Tyme", composed in the 1600- to early 1800's. Two separate, double-sided pages. The page detailing the concert "notices" and "Ye Programme" has 1887 written on in pencil and another small piece of paper adhered to the centre at the top on the front and other pencil marks on the back. The second page features advertisements for local busine