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This photograph shows "Ashcote," the home built by Andrew Lemon on the corner of Queen and Palmer Streets. This was the childhood home of Laura Lemon, writer of the song "My Ain Folk'.

CNR Depot

This card, a copy of a drawing by Evan MacDonald, shows the CNR train depot viewed from the side. City Hall can be seen in the distance.

Church of Our Lady

This postcard shows a view of the Church of Our Lady from a dirt road in front of the church.

City Hall

This card, a copy of an image drawn by David Low, shows the former City Hall. The clock tower remains on the building.

City Hall

This postcard shows a view of the former City Hall building from the east side. A park in the foreground can also be seen.

Demolition of the Three Bridges

This card , a copy of a drawing by Evan MacDonald, shows a depiction of one of the three bridges over the Speed River being torn apart.

Flower beds and campus

This postcard shows the flower beds with the Massey and Biological Buildings in the background, at the Ontario Agricultural College (Ontario Agricultural College).

GCVI student

Photograph shows GCVI student Brian Acker and teacher Miss Carelton.

General Hospital

This postcard shows the General Hospital with people seated on the grounds in the front lawn area.

Gourock Hotel

Photograph shows the Gourock Hotel in the 1960s. The Gourock Hotel was built in 1861.


This postcard depicts a boy smoking a pipe, and a large flag that with Guelph written on it. The postcard reads: "If Youse Von't Come to Guelph Vy Von't Youse, Vot".

Historical subject files

This series consists of historical subject files compiled by Hugh Douglass. The files relate to various local history subjects as well as documenting his teaching activities at GCVI.

Records in this series are arranged alphabetically.

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