Ellen and Margaret Batty
This image shows (left) Ellen Batty (Mrs. Cowherd) and (right) Margaret Batty (Mrs. Baston).
This image shows the interior of M.J. Brown's bicycle shop on Cork St.
This photograph is a copy photograph of Joseph Medill from Sandburg's book 'Life of Abraham Lincoln"
This image was taken on Baker St. looking south and shows the YMCA building and the Guelph Creamery.
This image shows the north east corner of Central school.
This image was taken from Horsman's Hill looking south west toward Allan's Bridge. In the foreground is Mr. Sayre's cottage now 30 Regent St.
This image shows the Priory after it became the CPR railway station.
Goldie's Dam Flood
This photograph shows the aftermath of the bursting of Goldie's Dam between Norwich and Eramosa Streets.
This photograph shows the north side of St. Stanislaus Catholic Boys School on the corner of Northumberland and Dublin Streets.
This photograph shows, from left to right, Laura, Arthur, and Alice Higinbotham.
The names of the people shown here are listed on the back of the original photograph.
This photograph shows Joseph Medill, owner of the Chicago Tribune and one of the founders of the Republican party of the USA.
Kloepfer Coal Yard
This photograph shows the Kloepfer Coal Yard, located on the corner of London Road East and Dufferin Street in Guelph.
This photograph shows Kenneth Parr at the Kitchener-Waterloo Airport.
Douglas and Kenneth McGregor
This photograph shows Douglas and Kenneth McGregor. More detailed biographical information can be found on the back of the photograph.
Dr. Thomas Medill
This is a photograph of Thomas Medill at graduation. He died of tuberculosis after finishing his course in Chicago.
Daughter of Medill and Woolley
This image shows James Woolley and Jean Medill's daughter (seated on the right) with her husband and family.