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Craiglea

This photograph shows a front view of "Craiglea", the pioneer home of John Stewart (1774-1854) in Esquesing Township, Halton County. The home was built around 1830.

Allan's Bridge and Mill

This photograph looks southwest across the Speed River towards Allan's Bridge and Allan's Mill.

William Wetherald

This photograph shows William Wetherald, founder of the Rockwood Academy.

Joseph Medill

This photograph shows Joseph Medill, owner of the Chicago Tribune and one of the founders of the Republican party of the USA.

"The Priory"

This image shows a photographic copy of an artists rendering of the Priory as seen across the Speed River.

Saunders family portrait

This portrait shows the Saunders family. In the front, from left to right are Lucy Ann Willcocks, Mrs. Thomas Saunders, and Col. Thomas Saunders. In the back, from left to right are shown Louisa and Frances Saunders.

St. George's Square

This photograph shows St. George's Square at Douglas St. and Quebec St.

Royal Hotel

This photograph shows Carden Street with the old Hotel Bus in front of the Royal Hotel.

Upper Wyndham Street

This photograph shows Upper Wyndham Street with the old Wellington Hotel and Stable at corner of St. George's Square.

Rockwood Academy

This photograph shows a group in front of Rockwood Academy. The image is from some print medium, perhaps a magazine. On the right is the caption: "Canadian Scenes".

Carden Street

This photograph depicts Carden Street in the late 1870s, showing the old vegetable market. The image is a reproduction from a newspaper.

St. George's Square

This photograph in St. George's Square shows a number of businesses at the corner of Douglas Street and Quebec Street East. Included are the Victoria Hotel, R. Crawford's jewelry and watchmaking shop, and Mitchell and Tovell Undertakers ...

Charles Raymond

This photograph shows Charles Raymond, owner of the Raymond Sewing Machine factory in the garden in front of his home, Lornewood, at the junction of Norfolk and Yarmouth Streets.

James Lamb

This photograph shows James Lamb, who was murdered and robbed at Gow's Bridge.

Prof. Panton's botany class

This photograph was taken at the Elora Gorge and shows the botany class of a Professor Panton. To the lower right can be seen John McCrae, author of the poem "In Flanders Field."

City Hall

This photograph shows the north east side of the former City Hall building with horses and sleighs on Carden St.

Home of J. D. Williamson

This photograph shows "Idylwyld" on Barber Street, the home of J. D. Williamson a downtown merchant.

55 London Road West

This photograph shows the home that stood at 55 London Road West in Guelph.

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