This photograph shows the showroom inside Hammond Organ Studios. They were also referred to as The House of Melody and were located in the Speedvale Shopping Plaza. They also offered private lessons and sold sheet music as well as the instruments.
This photograph shows two Kockums executive members; Per Anderson (head of North American operations), and Derek Spencer (mechanical engineer for Guelph) in a cab that would go into one of their forestry machines. The Guelph plant had opened recently and would be assembling the machines.
The Tree House Store held a writing contest for children who wrote letters to Santa and dropped it off at the store's mailbox. Each of the four winners won a $10 gift certificate. This photo shows store employee Bonnie Simonato with one of the winners, David Kristensen.
This photograph shows Gerald Bailey at Amphora Pottery carving out a plate at the Guelph based plant. The Mercury article accompanying this photograph indicates that Amphora Pottery was located on Regal Road when this photograph was taken.
The Ontario Agricultural Museum's Farmstead Park will be more than just another pioneer village. The museum was established by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and food as a unique centre for displays, demonstrations, and exhibits that will show the evolution of agriculture. In this picture, Greg Elliott and Bob Howes prepare an exhibit.
This photograph shows Peter Hannam checking a corn dryer located at his farm. The photograph accompanied a story about the risks of farmers overproducing product, thereby driving down the price of what they are trying to sell.