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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.


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.

Samuel Rife

This photograph of a drawing shows the son of Samuel Rife Sr. He was only 9 years old when he accompanied his father and John Galt to fell the first tree in what would become the future town of Guelph.

Home of John Breese

This photograph shows the house where John Galt and Sam Rife first meet in 1827. The house stands close to Rife's creek on highway #24 between Yourock and Glen Christie.

St. George's Square

This photograph in St. George's Square shows a number of businesses at the corner of Douglas Street and Quebec Street East. Included are the Victoria Hotel, R. Crawford's jewelry and watchmaking shop, and Mitchell and Tovell Undertakers and Furniture Store. At the bottom left of the image can be seen the rubble from St. George's Church which was torn down in the Square and moved to its present location on Woolwich Street.

Quebec Street

This photograph looks west along the south side of Quebec Street towards Norfolk Street.

Post Office

This photograph shows the Post Office at St. George's Square and Upper Wyndham St.

Douglas Street

This photograph looks down Douglas Street in Guelph to St. George's Church.

St. George's Square

This photograph shows the Old Wellington Hotel that stood in St. George's Square.

Alma block

This photograph shows the new Alma Block, located on the east side of Upper Wyndham Street. The fenced area to the left of the buildings is the site where the New Wellington Hotel would be built.

Site of Wellington Hotel

This photograph shows the site where the New Wellington Hotel would be built, on the corner of Woolwich and Upper Wyndham Streets. The Old Wellington Hotel in St. George's Square was purchased by a group of local businessmen and razed soon before construction of the new hotel began at this site.

Newton House

The Newton House shown here was probably located near the Great Western Railway station by Alma Street.

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