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James Anderson

This photograph shows James Anderson, known as the "Laird of Puslinch," his wife Felicia Howitt, daughter of John Howitt, their son Andrew Anderson, and daughter Grace Anderson.

Carriage works

In this photograph are shown McConnell's Carriage Works and the Guelph Carriage Works which were located near the Eramosa Bridge where now stands Trafalgar Park.

Rifle shooting

In this photograph, twelve men are shooting rifles on the Sleeman flats.

Officers of 30th Wellington

This photograph is a copy likely taken from a book and shows the officers of the 30th Wellington Battalion Rifles.

View of Guelph

The image shows Guelph looking east across the Speed River. The Priory's bath house can be seen in the centre and St. Bartholomew's church in the distance.

St. George's Square

This image shows the north west corner of St. George's Square. The building housed Towell's Harness shop and Kelso's Printing Office.

Group photograph

This photograph shows a group of people. Names are listed on the back of the photograph.

Robert W. Patterson

This photograph shows Robert W. Patterson Jr. an editor of the Chicago Tribune and son in law to Joseph Medill. He married Ellinor Medill in 1878.

Dr. Joseph Medill

This is a photograph of Dr. Joseph Medill of Persia, Iowa USA and his wife Nellie Scarr with their two eldest children Eden and Leona.

James Medill's house

This image shows James Medill and his wife Annie at their house in Souris, Manitoba.

John Stewart's box

Showing the bottom and one side on which he drew in ink a likeness of the residence of Sir Walter Scott.

Ellen Lansdale

This photograph shows Ellen Lansdale, daughter of Ellen Blahes and Joseph Lansdale.

London Road

This photograph shows pedestrians on London Road sidewalk. Picture taken at the Dublin Street corner.

City Hall

This photograph shows Guelph's former City Hall building and Jubilee Park.

25 Manor Park Crescent

This photograph shows the Wells Family of Wells-Fargo connection in front of the Well's home, which is now 25 Manor Park Crescent.

Polly Hogg

This photograph shows Polly Hogg, the daughter of James Hogg (one of Guelph's leading merchants).

Rev. John Hogg

This photograph shows the Reverend John Hogg, Minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church from 1858-1877.

Arthur Palmer

This photograph shows Arthur Palmer, Rector of St. George's Church from 1832-1875 and Archdeacon of Toronto.

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