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Carden Street

This picture of Carden Street looks west to Wilson Street and shows the businesses along the north side of the street. In the distance, on the hill, can be seen the Church of Our Lady shortly after its construction, before the addition of the twin spires.

Market Square

This photograph shows the Market Square at Carden and Wilson Streets, just west of City Hall. The Church on the hilltop is St. Bartholomew's, the predecessor of the Church of Our Lady.

Guelph firemen

This photograph was likely taken from a newspaper and shows the Guelph fire brigade standing in front of a fire engine.

Guelph firemen

In this photograph, a number of firemen are standing in front of Guelph's former City Hall.

Victoria Engine Company #1

This photograph shows the Victoria Engine Company #1 standing in front of the Wellington County Court House on Woolwich Street.

Wyndham Street

This photograph shows the west side of Lower Wyndham Street at its intersection with Carden Street. The picture gives a good shot of the businesses along this side of the street. City Hall can also be seen.

Gilnockie

This photograph shows "Gilnockie" a house built by James Massie from the stone salvaged from the 2nd St. George's Church.

Gilnockie

This photograph shows a number of people from the Torrance family standing in front of Gilnockie, a home built by James Massie that stood on Queen Street in Guelph. The names of all people in this image are listed on the back of the original of this photograph.

Lower Wyndham Street

The northwest corner of Lower Wyndham and Carden Streets is shown in this photograph.

Lower Wyndham Street

This photograph looks north up Lower Wyndham Street towards St. George's Square. St. George's Church and the Old Wellington Hotel can be seen in the Square.

Lower Wyndham Street

This photograph looks north up Wyndham Street towards St. George's Square. In the Square can be seen St. George's Church and the Old Wellington Hotel.

Lower Wyndham Street

This photograph looks north up Lower Wyndham Street towards St. George's Square. The Old Wellington Hotel can be seen in the Square as can the Great Western Hotel on the corner of Wyndham and Macdonell Streets. St. George's Church can also be seen at the top right of the image.

Horsman's Hardware

This photograph shows the business area on Wyndham Street between Carden and Macdonell Streets. Shown are Horsman's Hardware store as well as the shops of John Hogg and James Cormack.

Wyndham and Carden Streets

This photograph shows the northeast corner of Carden and Wyndham Streets where stood the shop of James Cormack and Horsman Hardware.

Wyoming

The home shown in this photograph was lived in by James Hogg, J.W. Lyon, Lincoln Goldie, W. Ham, and William Ice. It stands on Queen Street, between Lemon and Palmer Streets.

Polly Hogg

This photograph shows Polly Hogg, the daughter of James Hogg (one of Guelph's leading merchants).

Lower Wyndham

This photograph shows the east side of Lower Wyndham St.

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