Series F45-0-4 - Buildings photographs - Guelph Mercury

One of Guelph's early homes Former Guelph branch of the Bank of Montreal Former Customs Building - prepare for demolition Guelph Customs building clock stopped before demolition Old Custom Building last of building comes down Christmas decorations on City Hall St. Joseph's Hospital bell Ambassador Hotel Guelph Board of Education Massey Library - OAC MacDonald Institute Library Homestead in Fergus once owned by early pioneers Carnegie Library reference area Interior of Carnegie Library Old Custom Building - last of building to come down the tower Building new homes in Guelph and district Carnegie Public Library book stacks Fergus House was site of early library Aberfoyle Mill Chicken processing plant new industry for Elora
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Buildings photographs - Guelph Mercury

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CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-4

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  • 1960-1969, 1975, 1977, 1980-1985 (Creation)

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425 photographs : b&w

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(1853-)

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Series consists of photographs of various buildings in Guelph and Wellington County such as banks, hotels, community centers, town halls, post offices and libraries. Photographs also illustrate construction, renovation and demolition activities and in some cases activities taking place within those structures. Of note are photographs of buildings that were demolished during the 1960s such as the old Mahoney home, the Carnegie Public library and the city market building. The John McCrae home and its restoration are also featured in this series. Included are residential homes and apartment buildings built in the 1840s, 1860s, and 1880s respectively.

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Access to these records is restricted for conservation reasons. Please contact the Guelph Public Library archivist to gain access to these records.

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Donor-held copyright in these records has been transferred to the Guelph Public Library. Permission of the Guelph Public Library is required for publication.

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