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Name Wyndham Street

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Image of 2004.28.1 - Invoice

2004.28.1 - Invoice

Invoice/ Counter Bill; buff-coloured paper with black print and handwritten pencil. No name or date except "Guelph____190_". Letterhead on top portion: " Bought of The DOWLER COMPANY/ Importers of Silks, Dress Goods, Millinery and Clothing. Manufacturers and Dealers. / 83 and 85 Wyndham St. Guelph". Printed in middle of paper: "PATENTS OF THE MERCHANTS COUNTER CHECK BOOK CO. LIMITED, TORONTO." Handwritten in pencil: "Vest 10 / Gloves 25- / @ (or C) Pins 5- / 40" . i There is a red '22' at the bottom left corner. Printed along the bottom in italic print: "For Corrections or Exchanges present this Bill."

Image of 2004.32.89 - Envelope

2004.32.89 - Envelope

Envelope, "Grand Dominion Day Celebration, 1891" Envelope; White paper envelope with a black and white picture of the buildings Wyndham Street. Under the picture are the words: "Part of Wyndham St. Guelph, Ont." The back of the envelope has black printing describing the Dominion Day Celebration. Front: "PART OF WYNDHAM ST, GUELPH, ONT" Back: "Grand Dominion Day Celebration, City of Guelph./ ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN PRIZES AND AMUSEMENTS/ MAMMOTH TRADES PROCESSION/ SPORTS AND GAMES ETC. ETC./ GREAT FIREWORKS DISPLAY, BAND CONCERTS. ETC.ETC./ OFFICERS./ Mayor Goldie, Mon. Chairman/ Ald. Jas. Hough. Jr. Chairman/ A.W. Alexander, Esq., Vice-Chairman/ Ald. F. Dowler, Secretary/ A. Robertson

Image of 2004.32.93 - Card, Trade

2004.32.93 - Card, Trade

Rectangular paper card with a coloured picture of a girl holding a doll in the centre. The girl is wearing a woven hat with a red bow. The doll has a green face and a pointed red hat. There are words below the picture in pink: "Compliments of P.E. Butchart Elephant Shoe Store, Lower Wyndham St. Guelph, Ont" "Compliments of P.E. Butchart Elephant Shoe Store, Lower Wyndham St. Guelph, Ont." "J. Hough, PT."

Image of 2004.32.97 - Booklet

2004.32.97 - Booklet

Booklet on Guelph's Riverside Park, put out by the Guelph Radial Railway Company of Guelph. Small, rectangular white paper booklet with eleven pages of scenes from Riverside Park with descriptions of the places and activities available to persons visiting Riverside Park. On the back of the booklet is a picture of the Guelph Radial Railway coming down Wyndham Street. The cover has red lettering and a black and white photograph of the park. Cover: "Riverside Park/ The Guelph Radial Railway Company, Illustrations: B/W No. of pages: 11

Image of 1972.46.56 - Postcard

1972.46.56 - Postcard

Tinted postcard. Wyndham Street looking North from St. George's Square

Image of M1968X.449.1 - Scrapbook

M1968X.449.1 - Scrapbook

Maroon binding, coloured pages; collection of photographs, newspaper clippings, cards, admit to lecture cards, illustrations and train tickets. It is a developmental collection of a young man's interests from Boy's Own Magazine Illustrations to Foreign Travel and Boer War. Collected from 1882-1900. "John McCrae, Guelph, 30/Nov. 1882." The scrapbook includes the following: Image # 1 Passenger List on R.M.S. Etruria April 24, 1886 which on another page (image 25) includes the 2nd page and the names David McCrae and son. This page also includes a newspaper clipping of the poem "A Thing of Beauty" by John Keats and a black and white print of the downtown Guelph Carden St, facing Market Squa

Image of 1986.18.190 - Postcard

1986.18.190 - Postcard

B&W divided back postcard with correspondence. It is of the Wellington Hotel, Woolwich St. and east side of Upper Wyndham St. looking south. The Wellington Hotel is Second Empire style with a mansard roof, iron cresting, dormer windows, imposing dome. Street cars and horse and buggy on the road. There is correspondence on the back to "Daddy Misener" in Toronto regarding the Bar at the Wellington Hotel. Correspondence on the front has the "BAR" identified in hand writing on the card. Also written on front is "Come on in and have a drink Ha-Ha. May" There is a one-cent postage stamp on the front. front "WELLINGTON HOTEL AND WYNDHAM STREET, GUELPH, ONT." hand written on front "COME ON IN AND HA

Image of 1986.18.350 - Postcard

1986.18.350 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted postcard with correspondence and a 1 cent postage stamp on the back. The structure is a late Victorian style, asymmetrical red brick building with rectangular windows. There is no landscaping. printed front "MACDONALD HALL, OAC GUELPH" back "PUBLISHED BY WATERS BROS. GUELPH ONT." Date Made Notes: postmarked

Image of 2002.112.1 - Postcard

2002.112.1 - Postcard

Colourized postcard of Upper Wyndham Street, c. 1960. The postcard shows a portion of the Wellington Hotel on the left as well as the peacock restaurant. To the right is a movie theatre with a marquee for the movie "Inherit The Wind" which was released in 1960. On the street are several cars and a City Bus. In the centre of the street is a stone structure with flowers around it and a street light in the centre. There is a yellow banner around the structure "No U Turns". The back of the postcard is a divided back style postcard. "Upper Wyndham Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada GU.7" "Copyrighted. Published by Valentine-Black Co. Ltd., Toronto, Canada" "Correspondence Bond Street Series Pos

Image of 1994.47.69 - Receipt

1994.47.69 - Receipt

Receipt; beige rectangular paper letterhead-type statement (bill) . Letterhead in top portion printed in blue; bottom portion is lined and divided into columns with printed red and blue lines. Issued to Mrs. J. Spalding, Green St. Nov. 26, 1904 by G.B. Ryan & Co. in the amount of $10.00 for the purchase of a jacket on Nov. 12, 1904. Stamped in purple "PAID / NOV 30 1904 / G.B. Ryan & Co." Letterhead: "G.B. RYAN & CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRY GOODS 91 & 93 UPPER WYNDHAM ST. GUELPH - BERLIN - OWEN SOUND."

Image of 1986.18.166 - Postcard

1986.18.166 - Postcard

Tinted, divided-back, postcard with correspondence and a 1-cent Canadian postage stamp on back. It is a view of the Blacksmith Fountain in ST. George's Square, the Post Office and buildings on the east side of upper Wyndham Street, Guelph. There is a white border at bottom of card with inscription. front: "UPPER WYNDHAM STREET, FROM ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE, GUELPH" "WARWICK BROS AND RUTTER, LIMITED, PRINTERS, TORONTO" Date Made Notes: Postmarked.

Image of 1986.18.176 - Postcard

1986.18.176 - Postcard

Divided back, B & W postcard with correspondence from J. H. Stevenson. It is a view of St. George's Square showing part of Tovell Building, Post Office and Bank of Commerce. Flower bed and Blacksmith Fountain in centre of Square. Street Cars and horse-drawn vehicles on road. front: "ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE, GUELPH, CANADA" "CHAS. L. NELLES"

Image of 1986.18.195 - Postcard

1986.18.195 - Postcard

Date Made Notes: Building of Post Office completed in 1935 Tinted unused divided back postcard of a view looking south on upper Wyndham Street, Guelph showing Post Office and other buildings on west side. Automobiles parked on street. front "POST OFFICE AND WYNDHAM STREET, GUELPH, ONTARIO CANADA-33"

Image of 2002.89.1 - Postcard

2002.89.1 - Postcard

Colour tinted postcard of lower Wyndham St. facing St. George's Square. In the foreground are several buildings on each side of the street. the businesses that are visibly identified are Bond Hardware and McArthur Shoes. In the Background are the Customs Building and the tovell Building. Cars are parked along both sides of the street and street car tracks are visible. There is a border around the photo with the title written at the bottom. The back of the postcard is a divided back with "Postcard" written at the top and the company name written down the centre as the dividing line with the logo at the bottom. On Front "Business Section, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. - 10" On back "Post Car

Image of 1986.18.266 - Postcard

1986.18.266 - Postcard

Black and white, undivided back postcard, unused. It is a view of Guelph from the south surrounded by coloured, embossed Ontario Coat-of-arms, maple leaves, and flag. It is a heraldic style postcard. printed front "VIEW OF GUELPH, CANADA" "C.L. NELLES, GUELPH, CANADA 649"

Image of 1986.18.68 - Postcard

1986.18.68 - Postcard

Tinted divided back postcard of entrance to Riverside Park, Guelph. Arched sign with Riverside Park printed on it. Sign surmounts wooden gate in a post and rail fence. There is another sign that reads "No Driving Allowed" and there is correspondence hand written on back with a one cent Canada postage stamp. front "RIVERSIDE PARK, GUELPH, ONT." back "PUBLISHED BY WATERS BROS. GUELPH, ONT." Date Made Notes: Postmarked 1908.

Image of 1986.18.365 - Postcard

1986.18.365 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted, unused postcard of students working in garden plots in front of Macdonald Consolidated School. Female teachers supervising. They are wearing wide hats, long skirts, and blouses. Macdonald Institute in background. printed front "GARDENING CLASS, MACDONALD CONSOLIDATED SHCOOL, GUELPH, ONT" on back "VALENTINE & SONS PUBLISHING CO. LTD. MONTREAL AND TORONTO. PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN" "PUBLISHED BY A.B.PETRIE"

Image of 2002.52.2 - Postcard

2002.52.2 - Postcard

Postcard; depicts a view down Wyndham St. The F.W. Woolworth Co. can be seen, first building on the right. "Wyndham Street, Guelph Ont., -41."

Image of 1986.18.181 - Postcard

1986.18.181 - Postcard

Divided back, tinted postcard with correspondence on the back and a 1-cent Canada postage stamp. It is a view of the east side of Upper Wyndham Street from St. George's Square showing Post Office and flower bed and Blacksmith's Fountain in centre of Square. People are walking and there are horse & buggies on the street. There is a white border at the bottom of the card with the description of the scene. The stamp on back of card reads "3 Centuries of Quebec 1608-1908. front: "UPPER WYNDHAM STREET FROM ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE, GUELPH" back: "WARWICK BROS & RUTTER LIMITED PRINTERS TORONTO"

Image of 1986.18.324 - Postcard

1986.18.324 - Postcard

Divided back postcard with correspondence and a 1 cent postage stamp on back. It is a black and white view of Massey Hall & Library, OAC, the Biological Building, and water tank. Massey Hall is an asymmetrical late Victorian style brick building with arched windows, heavy masonry, elaborate cornice brackets and irregular roof line. Biological building is grand brick structure with protruding entrance with columns and a centre tower. The post age stamp on the back celebrates Guelph's "Old Home Week July 28-Aug 2 1913". printed front "LIBRARY & MASSEY HALL, O.A.C., GUELPH, ONT." back "PRINTED FOR C.L. NELLES, GUELPH, ONT." Date Made Notes: Postmarked