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Financial Records

Series consists of three files of financial records and ledgers maintained by Watson in her capacity as the primary editor of White Pelican.

Watson, Sheila, 1909-1998

City of Guelph by-laws collected by Hugh Guthrie

Series consists of City of Guelph by-laws accumulated by Hugh Guthrie during the course of his activities as a partner in the law firm of Hungerford, Guthrie, and Berry. Included is a copy of Harrison's Municipal Manual and consolidated by-Laws for the City of Guelph. These records document Hugh Guthrie's interests and practice in law.

Photographic prints

  • CA ON00380 series 2
  • Series
  • [187-?] – 2008, predominant [ca. 1925]-2004
  • Part of Betty Odlum fonds

Series consists of photographic prints created and/or collected by Brampton resident Betty Odlum. The photographs document a wide variety of subjects and properties, including numerous parades (including military, Brampton Flower Festival, & Sesquicentennial), the Dale Estate, train stations & railway cars, local streets (including Hurontario Street (Main), Queen Street, Lorne Avenue, Isabella Street, Rosedale Avenue, & others), various local properties including municipal buildings, businesses, churches & private dwellings, and area parks, lakes, & bridges. Also found within the series is an album of material pertaining to the Town of Brampton’s Centennial celebrations and Royal visit in 1973, as well as documentation of outhouses found throughout Peel in the 1970s. Finally, this series contains one of the oldest known photographs of downtown Brampton, documenting the corner of Main and Queen in the 1870s. Related material can be found in the photographic slide series.

Photographic prints

Series consists of prints in various formats, including carte-de-visite, cabinet cards, postcards, and copy prints. Most of the portraits are the work of professional photographers. Images created by Robertson Matthews document subjects such as Bolton, family, friends, holidays, and work; they are primarily paper prints.

Matthews, Robertson, 1880 - 1972

Photographic slides

  • CA ON00380 series 1
  • Series
  • [187-?] – 1994, predominant [196-]-1994
  • Part of Betty Odlum fonds

Series consists of photographic slides created by Brampton resident Betty Odlum. Betty was an enthusiastic amateur photographer who took pictures all around the Town of Brampton (and sometimes beyond). Her slides document a wide variety of subjects and properties, including various parades, the Dale Estate and other greenhouses, train stations and railway cars, local streets, various local properties including municipal buildings, businesses, churches and private dwellings, the Malton Airport, Bell Canada Brampton employees, area parks, lakes, and creeks, flower beds, and a small number of farms. Related material can be found in the photographic print series.

Photographic negatives

Series consists of negatives, mostly attributable to Robertson Matthews, predominantly glass plate negatives (10 x 13 cm), with the addition of 35 mm copy negatives and 4 x 6.5 negatives. The 35 mm negatives are copies of images from a family photo album loaned in 1988. Subjects include architectural studies, family, friends, still life, and trips. The geographic area covered includes Bolton, Albion Township, King Township, Muskoka, and the states of New York, Virginia, and Michigan.

Matthews, Robertson, 1880 - 1972

R.A.M. Stewart church photographs

This series consists of photographs of the churches of Guelph. These records document the architectural styles and history of local area churches.

These records have been arranged by subject.

Guelph Public Library newspaper clippings

Series consists of newspaper clippings, many taken from the Guelph Mercury, highlighting various events, programs, and news worthy activities of the Guelph Public Library. Included are clippings celebrating the library's 90th birthday, new library branches or additions to existing facilities, damages to library property by vandals, budgets affecting library operations, and more recent news relating to a proposed new central library. Of interest are records that have the Guelph Public Library Annual Reports attached to them. These records document events affecting library operations as well as the impact of the library on educational, leisure and recreational opportunities for the City of Guelph.

These newspaper clippings are arranged chronologically by year.

This series is divided into one sub-series

Vertical files - Verne McIlwraith

Series consists of vertical files collected by Verne McIlwraith. Included in this series are newspaper clippings, historical research, reports and biographies related to the history, places and people of Guelph, Wellington County and surrounding areas. These records document the wide range of professional and personal interests of Verne McIlwraith.

These records are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Administration records - Guelph Horticultural Society

This series consists of records related to the general administration of the Guelph Horticultural Society and its programs. Included are records related to membership, annual events, and the Society's constitution and by-laws. Also included are records generated during the course of the administration of the Junior Gardeners' program, civic planting, as well as general tree planting activities.

Records consist of junior program and competition announcements, junior contest requirements, names of program participants, prize lists, membership records, bylaws, together with related notes correspondence, and reports.

These records are arranged by subject.

Employee records

Series consists of records relating to the employees of International Malleable Iron Company (IMICO). Included in this series are employee information cards, an employee war savings ledger from 1943-1945, and employee job analysis reports. These records document the management of employees and job duties at IMICO.

The employee information cards and war savings ledger are arranged alphabetically by the employee's last name.

Slates

Series consists of slates used by students at Trinity College School.

Central Administration Records

The Head Office of Alcohol and Drug Concerns Inc. and antecedent organizations was located in Toronto. It was governed by Officers, an Executive, Executive Committee, Directors and Board of Directors.

Series contains six subseries: 1) Minutes and Accompanying Materials, 1924-1988 2) Reports and Briefs, 1936-1973, 3) Executive Correspondence, 1922-1989, 4) Constitutions, By-Laws and Organizational Structures, [192-]-1987, 5) Records of Conventions, Conclaves and Events, 1939-1968, 6) Office Files, 1922-1989.

Alcohol and Drug Concerns Inc.

Department and Committee Records

The Alcohol and Drug Concerns Inc. and antecedent organizations used Departments and/or Standing Committees to govern their various areas of work including public relations, youth, finance, communications, etc.

Series contains ten subseries: 1) Provincial Advisory Committee Records, 1982-1987, 2) Church and Community Relations Committee Records, 1971-1980, 3) Records relating to Communications and Publicity, [192-]-1987, 4) Finance Committee Records, [192-]-1992, 5) Investment Committee Records, 1973-1987, 6) Nominating Committee Records, 1978-1985, 7) Staff and Personnel Committee Records, 1976-1985, 8) Programmes Committee Records, 1984-1987, 9) Records related to Social Action, Law Enforcement and Legislation, 1934-1987, 10) Youth Department and Youth Work Committee, 1946-1981.

Alcohol and Drug Concerns Inc.

Ephemera

Series consists of a ceramic depiction of a church inscribed with the word: Alajärvi (This is a depiction of the church in Alajärvi, Finland where Eeva Annikki Kantokoski was baptized in 1924.); an annotated pocket-sized "New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Translated out of the Original Greek and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by his Majesty's Special Command," published in London by Collins' Clear-Type Press in 1936 (This pocket-sized bible was a gift given to Ann Koski on the occasion of her confirmation by her Confirmation Teacher pastor [Mathew H. Lepisto], and is signed by him); and a book entitled: "Jane Withers Twentieth-Century Fox Film Star - Her Life Story," published in Racine, Wisconsin by Whitman Publishing Company, 1936 (The inside cover of the book is annotated and reads: Christmas 1936 to Anne Koski From Veikko Koski).

Infantry

Series consists of eight personal diaries of servicemen in Canada and England during the Second World War. Includes : Corporal Howard Heaton, Piper C. R. McDonald and Private Charles W. Cove of Toronto Scottish Regiment; Corporal W. J. MacNeill, Private Norman Toseland and G. F. Hames of the Princesse Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry; Private J. J. Burns of No. 16 Canadian General Hospital; and Private W. Demchuk of the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada. There are ten post cards from Worthing England and photographs of Private D. H. Shortill.

Minutes

Series consists of minutes of general meetings and executive meetings created by the IODE, Major Robert Mutrie Chapter. Included is a document describing the IODE's 50th Anniversary Convention in 1970. These records document the decisions and activities of the chapter.

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