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R.A.M. Stewart Southern Ontario town photographs

This series consists of photographs of Guelph and other Ontario towns. While these photographs were created from 1951 to 1966, some of the images in the photographs may date earlier. Included in this series are photographs of Guelph buildings and streets and photographs of Paris, Dundas, St. George and Niagara Falls Ontario . These document the life of Guelph and other Ontario towns and cities.

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Guelph General Hospital

This photograph shows the Guelph General Hospital on Delhi Street with construction work in progress.

Batty Implement Service

This photograph shows the Canadian Tire store, site of Batty Implement business prior to 1910.

Road into Wells home

This photograph shows the lane into the Wells home in its abandoned state. The pond and water on the left has completely disappeared.

Roebucks store

This photograph shows the Roebucks Store owned by Thomas Batty, Midland Ontario.

Remains of Bull Frog Pond

This photograph shows the remains of Bullfrog Pond at the bottom of Bull Frog Hill, Eramosa Road, Guelph.

Eramosa Bridge

This photograph shows the Eramosa bridge and the Speed River.

Duke and Duchess

This image shows the Governor General, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught in Guelph with mayor George Thorp.

Duke and Duchess

This photograph shows the Duke and Duchess of Connaught in front of city hall. In the background can be seen the Macdonald building and the Bell Organ and Piano Factory.

Duke and Duchess

This photograph shows (from left to right) Norman Ryan, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught (Governor General), and William Bell, son of Mr. Bell (owner of the Bell Organ and Piano company).

Duke and Duchess

This photograph shows the Duke and Duchess of Connaught arriving in Guelph.

Old Boys reunion

This photograph shows the Old Boy Reunion parade in St. George's Square.

Old Home Week

This photograph shows St. George's Square looking north This photograph shows celebrations during Old Home Week.

Old Home Week

This photograph shows the Old Home Week parade with a marching band moving down Wyndham St.

Welcoming soldiers

This photograph shows a float being set up to welcome home soldiers from World War I.

Welcoming Soldiers

This photograph shows a float in the welcome home parade for the soldiers from WWI.

Welcoming soldiers

This photograph shows soldiers marching down Wyndham St. in their welcome home parade.

Parade

This photograph shows a train of elephants marching down Wyndham Street in a parade. The elephants are just entering St.George's Square moving north.

R.A.M. Stewart transportation photographs

This series consists of photographs of trains, automobiles and train stations and depots. While these photographs were created from 1954 to 1966, some of the images in the photographs may date earlier. Included in this series are photographs of unidentified train wrecks, Guelph railways stations and related buildings, and the Toronto harbour. These records document various aspects of transportation in Guelph and southern Ontario.

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