Showing 976 results

Archival description
R.A.M. Stewart fonds
Print preview View:

958 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

La Guayra Settlers

This image shows a plaque describing the history of the La Guayra settlers.

Allan's Mill

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.

Douglas and Kenneth McGregor

This photograph shows Douglas and Kenneth McGregor. More detailed biographical information can be found on the back of the photograph.

Leona Medill

This image shows Leona Medill and her husband, who was a Dutch minister.


This photograph shows the Priory at Allan's Bridge, Guelph's first permanent structure that was later converted into the City's CPR station.

Grain Husbandry building

This photograph shows the Grain Husbandry building at the Ontario Agricultural College. This may be a photograph of a postcard.

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.

Miss Whyte's private school

The building shown here, at the corner of Norfolk and Suffolk Streets, housed Miss Whyte's private school and later the Miss Macdonald's private school.

Dorothy Dixon

This is a photograph of Dorothy Dixon who was the wife of Ross Medill.

Ardith Medill

This is a photograph of Ardith Medill (Johnstone) and Connie.

Yowing girls

This image shows three girls pictured together. Written on the reverse of the image, from left to right, are the names Jacqueline, Josephine, and Judy Yowing. It is believed the girl in the middle is actually Peggy Joanne and that the last name ...

Old Tobacco Shop

This photograph shows E. H. Johns Tobacco Store on Quebec Street West.

Old Tobacco Shop

This photograph shows Herbert Johns standing in the doorway of his store on Quebec Street West, 1st store from St. George's Square in the Mahoney Block. Mr. Johns was a great sportsman and his store was a hangout for sports enthusiasts. He l...

Results 1 to 20 of 976