This picture shows Mayor Ralph Smith presenting proclamation to Lt.-Col. Donald Ingram of the 11th Field Regiment giving the Regiment freedom of the city. The presentation was made in St. George's Square in a traditional ceremony.
This picture shows University of Guelph president, Dr. MacLachlan receiving a $25,000 cheque from John Soden, vice-president and general manager of Armco Drainage and Metal Productions of Canada Ltd.
This photograph shows a cheque being presented from the Beta Sigma Phi sorority to the Canadian Cancer Society. From left are, Linda Deem, Derby Lawr, Jean Dodge and Wendy Reid.
Normal life slowed almost to a stand still in Guelph and area as the first major snow storm blanketed the district totalling to about 10 inches. This storm completely exhausted the 1975 snow clearing budget. This is a picture of a tree during the storm as the white stuff does have his merits.
This photograph shows the winners of the 10 kilometer race at the Fergus Highland Games. The winner of the female division is Janet Patterson from London and of the mens division is Rich Hughson of Waterloo.
This picture shows George Drew, honorary Colonel of the 11th Field Regiment, presenting one of the ten Canadian Centennial Medals to a member of the 11th Field Regiment.
This picture shows honorary Colonel of the 11th Field Regiment George Drew inspecting the regiment during the presentation of ten Canadian Centennial Medals.
This picture shows guest of honor, Col. R. J. Connor (center) with others receiving guests at the 100th anniversary artillery all-ranks ball to conclude the 100th anniversary.
This photograph shows from left mayor Ralph Smith, MP Alf Hales, MPP Harry Worton, Orlando Sorbara, Magistrate H.R Howitt, and Louis Macerollo at the celebration to mark the 100th anniversary of the Italian settlement in Canada.
This photograph shows the exterior of Merton Mill that was converted into apartments by Wellington Developments Limited. The mill was originally built and used for splitting peas as part of the process for making pea meal bacon. After that it was a Do-It Recycling depot. It was given a heritage award plaque by Professor Gordon Couling and the Guelph Arts Council.
This photograph is labelled April 22 - June 20, 1977 but was published June 7, 1977.
This photograph shows Mrs. Anne Jamieson, seen with her son Bill, celebrating her 102nd birthday. Nurses at the nursing home where Mrs. Jamieson resided said that she sang every morning for one hour in front of a piano.