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Bell Organ Co.

This photograph looks over Jubilee Park on the south side of Carden Street to the Bell Organ and Piano Company.

Bell Piano and Organ factory

This image is a photographic reproduction of a picture. This picture shows the Bell Organ factory, and was taken by Burgess & Son.

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.

Bill Algen, Walter Galloway

This photograph shows Bill Algen (left) and Walter Galloway (right) standing in front of a Robert Stewart limited truck.

Bill Walsh

This photograph shows Bill Walsh, shipper, opening door of supply shed at Robert Stewart Limited.

Bill Walsh

This photograph shows Bill Walsh, shipper, standing beside gasoline pump at Robert Stewart Limited.

Billy Walsh

This photograph shows Billy Walsh working in the yard at Robert Stewart Limited.

Birthplace of Laura Lemon

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

Bishop Macdonell

This photograph is likely taken from a book and shows Bishop Alexander Macdonell, Catholic Bishop of Ontario. The Bishop visited Guelph in 1827 and it is commonly believed that Macdonell St. is named in his honour.

Boston Church

This photograph shows the Boston Church, Esquesing Township, Halton County.

Boston Church

This photograph shows the Boston Church, Esquesing Township, Halton County.

Brock Road

This photograph shows Brock Road in Guelph.

Brooklyn Sunday School

This photograph shows a view of the front and side of the brick school house on Water Street. It was built by Caroline Forbes in early 1900s.

Budd's Store fire

This photograph shows the aftermath of the Budd's Store fire on upper Wyndham Street. St. George's Church can be seen through the gap where the building stood prior to the fire.

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