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Wyndham Street

This photograph shows the west side of Lower Wyndham Street at its intersection with Carden Street. The picture gives a good shot of the businesses along this side of the street. City Hall can also be seen.

City Hall

This photograph looks west towards the former City Hall building on Carden Street. Also shown in this image, to the left of City Hall, is the Annex building which during this period was used as the City's fire hall. Wet fire hoses were hung...

Speed River

This photograph was taken from the Eramosa Bridge and may have been taken shortly after the carrying away of Allan's Dam in the spring of 1869 and before the building of the new dam.

Robert Stewart factory

This photograph shows the Robert Stewart factory on Wyndham Street. Robert Stewart is in the doorway with beaver hat. His daughter Margaret is looking over his shoulder.

Robert Stewart Lumber

This photograph shows Robert Stewart standing in the doorway of the Robert Stewart Lumber factory on Upper Wyndham Street.

Davidson House

This photograph shows the Davidson Home located on the Speed River in Guelph, near Allan's Dam.

Speedvale Mill

This photograph shows Speedvale Mill. The owners of the farms shown in this photograph, from left to right, were John Pipe, William Hood, and Richard Greet.

City Hall

This photograph looks west along Carden Street and on the left of the image is the former City Hall building of Guelph. The wood covered pavilion shown in front of City Hall was a vegetable market.

Lower Wyndham Street

This photograph looks north up Wyndham Street towards St. George's Square. In the Square can be seen St. George's Church and the Old Wellington Hotel.

Horsman's Hardware

This photograph shows the business area on Wyndham Street between Carden and Macdonell Streets. Shown are Horsman's Hardware store as well as the shops of John Hogg and James Cormack.

Wyndham and Carden Streets

This photograph shows the northeast corner of Carden and Wyndham Streets where stood the shop of James Cormack and Horsman Hardware.

Guelph looking east

This photograph looks east across the Speed River towards Arthur Street. The second house from the left is near where the Heffernan footbridge now crosses.

Rockwood Academy

This photograph shows students standing in front of the Rockwood Academy.

Eramosa Bridge

This photograph shows the Eramosa Bridge at the Speed River. Just prior to this picture, Robert Stewart had his factory here before moving to Wyndham Street in 1869.

Wyndham Street

This photograph shows Wyndham Street with St. George's Church in St. George's Square.

Thomas Lynch

This photograph shows Thomas Lynch, Guelph's first born male child.

Allan's Bridge

This photograph gives a close-up view of the top of Allan's Bridge. To the left, parts of Allan's Mill can also be viewed.

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