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Name Yeates (Charles) and Company Ltd.

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Image of 1994.12.8 - Booklet, Advertisement

1994.12.8 - Booklet, Advertisement

Advertising booklet; 14 pages detailing the history and operation of the Royal Dairy in Guelph, both with written text, and illustrations and photographs. Page 13 notes that the booklet was put out by "CHAS. YEATES & COMPANY LIMITED / Guelph, Ontario, April 1945". The last page 14 lists those from Guelph on Active Service POW or KIA (World War II). Illustrations: Drawings No of Pages: 14

Image of 1976.40.21 - Program

1976.40.21 - Program

Program, "Guelph Centennial Old Home Week Official Programme, August 1-6, 1927". Rectangular pale yellow paper cover, stapled, with black printed lettering. City Crest is on front cover. Inside pages are off-white with printed black text and b/w pictures of various public buildings and sites in Guelph. Contains a schedule of events for each day of Old Home Week, as well as small essays about the past and present history of Guelph. Included are two poems: "Guelph - Our Heritage" by Anne Sutherland; and "In Flanders Fields" by Lt. Col. John McCrae. As well there are numerous commercial advertisements placed by Guelph businesses. Front Cover: "Guelph Centennial Official Programme / City C

Image of 1969X.00.155 - Magazine

1969X.00.155 - Magazine

Magazine - "The Maple Leaf, The Canadian Club Magazine," Vol.1 No.X, January 1923, S.K. Smith, Editor. Published monthly by the Maple Leaf Publishing Co., Sussex, New Brunswick. Paperback cover; Front cover has picture of Edward Johnson in costume; white background with red and black printed lettering. Under picture of Johnson is printed: "The Canadian Who Wears Caruso's Costumes." Edward Johnson has handwritten a dedication near the bottom of his picture: "To my dear friends, Mr and Mrs Powell Hamilton, with all good wishes, from Edward Johnson." On back cover is an advertisement for Bell Piano. Magazine contains articles about Guelph and Galt, as well as advertisements of various Guelph

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 1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

1978.139.13.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t

1971.47.3.5 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1955 Progress Edition, February 5, 1955. The paper says it is 88 pages however we only have 76 pages so one section is missing. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an aerial view of Guelph with the compass points of N, S, E, W over the image. The title reads: "Guelph Grows at All Compass Points". This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is the first section of the Progress edition with several images of Guelph on the cover. Pages A1-A16. .3 Section 3 - second section of the Progress edition with images of construction on the front cover. pages B1- B16 .4 Section 4 - third section of Progress edition. The title is "Guelph: The Royal City of Oppo

1971.47.4.6 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1956 Progress Edition, February 25, 1956. The paper is 88 pages. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an image of a fortune teller with a crystal ball looking into Guelph's future on the cover. This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. Pages 13-24. .3 Section 3 - first section of the progress Edition with images of different entrances to places in Guelph with the title "Through These Doors". Pages A1 - A16 .4 Section 4 - second section of the progress edition with a large ad for the Board of trade on the front. Pages A17 - A32 .5 Section 5 - third section of Progress Edition. The title is "Guelph: The Roy

1971.47.5.6 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury 1956 Progress Edition, February 26, 1957. The paper is 80 pages. .1 Section 1 of the paper with an image of a man pouring molten metal into a mold over an aerial view of the city. This section covers the news of the day. Pages 1 - 12. .2 Section 2 is a continuation of the day's news. Pages 13-20. .3 Section 3 - first section of the progress Edition with images of different churches with the title "Silent fingers pointing to heaven". Pages A1 - A16 .4 Section 4 - second section of the progress edition with a large ad for the Board of trade on the front. Pages B1 - B16 .5 Section 5 - third section of Progress Edition. The title is "Guelph: The Royal City of Oppor

1971.47.6.8 - Newspaper

Guelph Mercury Centennial Edition, July 20, 1927. The paper is in 8 sections and the total number of pages is 132. .1 Section 1 - pages 1-16. On the front cover is a picture of Guelph circa 1832 and a picture of John Galt. The front story is about Guelph's founding. The front page is in very poor condition. The first section looks mainly at the early settlement of Guelph. .2 Section 2 - pages 17-32. On the cover is a story about men from Eramosa and their ordeal during the 1837 rebellion. The rest of the section looks at the Canada Company, the Priory, the Justice system in Guelph, Settlement in Guelph, and the Railway in Guelph. .3 Section 3 - pages 33-48. The cover story looks at t

Image of 2014.48.56 - Program

2014.48.56 - Program

Program and flyer for the Annual Flower Show presented by the Guelph Horticultural Society in 1930. The front of the program paper has in the center a black-coloured outline of an unrolled scroll. Inside the scroll, in a variety of black-coloured font, says "Guelph Horticultural Society Presents its ANNUAL FLOW SHOW - WINTER FAIR BLDG. AUG. 27 - 28 - 29. PAGEANT - OVER 200 in CAST - Mallabar Production, Staged by - Andy Puman." At the top of the program, on the front page in small black font, says "DO NOT DESTROY THIS PROGRAMME - PRIZE CONTEST: - Cash prizes will be given to the three persons having the most correct list of the names of the advertisers whose signatures appear on this pr

Image of 2014.83.1 - Ledger

2014.83.1 - Ledger

City of Guelph Water Meter Reading Ledger, 1927-1933. The ledger is hand held in size and has a thick front and back hard cover covered in a dark brown canvas. Inside are receipt style pages with blue and pink lines. The book contains a page for each business in Guelph using water. The top of the page lists the name of the company and address and below is the size of the water pipe and the rent for the meter. Below that is the meter reading for the site done approximately 5 times a year.