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Yowing girls

This image shows three girls pictured together. Written on the reverse of the image, from left to right, are the names Jacqueline, Josephine, and Judy Yowing. It is believed the girl in the middle is actually Peggy Joanne and that the last name ...

George Sleeman

This photograph shows a portrait of George Sleeman, Mayor of Guelph 1880-1882, 1905-1906.

Wells family

This photograph shows the Wells family, in front of their home at 25 Manor Park Crescent, Guelph.

Intersection of Gordon and Waterloo Streets

This photograph looks south down Gordon Street where it intersects with Waterloo Avenue. To the left of the image is the winter fair stables, in the centre is the old general store, and to the extreme right, partially cut out of the image, is the...

Wilbert Walters

In this photograph, Wilbert Walters is sitting on the far left. The identity of the two women is unknown.

Eramosa Hill

This is a photograph of Eramosa Hill, looking east from Wyndham Street.

Suburban Electric car

This is a photograph of the first Toronto Suburban electric car to come to Guelph. The photo was taken by Bay Street in Guelph.

Upper Wyndham St.

This photograph shows upper Wyndham St. looking south. On the right by the lilac trees is the home of Robert Stewart and beyond that was his lumber factory.

GTR Station

This photograph shows the GTR station from the west side. In the background can be seen the Bell Piano company and the City Hall tower.

Robert Stewart Ltd.

This photograph shows the burned out site of Robert Stewart Limited on Wyndham St.

Guelph Fire Department

This photograph shows the Guelph Fire Department in St. George's Square with mayor John Hamilton holding the reins.

Metcalf and Grange Streets

This photograph shows the house owned by Mr. Yeates on the corner of Metcalf and Grange Streets. The house was turned 90 degrees in 1914.

Douglas Street

This photograph shows "A.D. Savage Optometrist" on the north side of Douglas St. looking west.

Bellmore, Ont.

This photograph shows Belmore looking north. The framed building on the right (on the corner) was the hotel and the building in the foreground was where they held the dances upstairs.

Birthplace of Laura Lemon

This photograph shows the birthplace of Laura Lemon, a Guelph songwriter that wrote the folksong "My Ain Folk"

Puslinch Church

This image shows a church located somewhere in Puslinch, south of Guelph.

Nellie and Mabel Walters

This photograph shows, from left to right, Nellie (2nd wife of John Walters) and Mabel (wife of John Stewart Walters) Walters.

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