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House of Mortimer Foster

This photograph shows the home of Mortimer Foster, "Sunset," that was located at 74 Paisley Street.

Wells family

This photograph shows the Wells family, in front of their home at 25 Manor Park Crescent, Guelph.

Herald building

This image shows the "Herald" newspaper building on Quebec St. East. The newspaper was established in 1847.


This photograph depicts Archdeacon Palmer's house called Tyrcathleen (now Ker Cavan). This image shows Palmer's daughter riding side saddle.

Dr. Obed Medill

This image shows Dr. Obed Medill of Persia, Iowa, USA. Obed graduated from Rush Medical College, Chicago and became mayor of Persia. He died at age 35.

Obed Medill

This image shows Obed Medill (second from left) and classmates from medical school. Note the skull and cross bones on the table.

Joseph Crabtree

This image shows Joseph Crabtree a gold miner in the Yukon and brother of Annie Crabtree.

Joseph Lansdale

This photograph shows Joseph Lansdale who married Ellen Blahes.

Wooley family

The back row of people in this photograph, from left to right, are Oscar Wooley, Bertha Wooley, and James Wooley. In the front are an unknown girl, Frank Wooley, James Wooley Sr., and Jane Medill (James Sr.'s wife).

The Priory

This image is a photographic reproduction of a drawing of the Priory and Guelph in 1827.

Cardigan Street

This photograph shows Cardigan Street from Trafalgar Square looking north. House on the right was moved to the left about 1909 when CPR depot was built. House is now 42 Cardigan Street.

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.

Goldie's Dam

This photograph shows Goldie's Dam on the Speed River. The dam was washed away in 1929.

Building at 72 Woolwich St.

This photograph shows a house located at 72 Woolwich Street, Guelph, beside the Wellington County Court House.

Arthur Cole Verner

This photograph, likely taken from an unknown published source, shows Arthur Cole Verner, the headmaster of the first Grammar School from 1842 to 1847.

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