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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.

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

Edith Mary Maitland Monro fonds

  • CA ON00009 C 179
  • Fonds
  • [184-?]-[ca. 1910]

Fonds consists of eight portraits, including one cased ambrotype and two cased daguerrotypes. The ambrotype portrait shows Mr. and Mrs. John Rolston (184-?); the case containing two daguerrotype portraits shows Mr. and Mrs. Rolston (185-?), and the third case contains a daguerrotype of Alex Maitland Monro (1832-1884) dated ca. 1860, and an albumen print of the Monro family (1874).

The remaining portraits are of Edith Mary Maitland Monro (1879-1971) ca. 1890 and ca. 1900, and of Mrs. Alexander Maitland Monro (Miss Jane Rolston, 1841-1916 ), ca. 1870.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database: http://ao.minisisinc.com/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/PROV/PROV/REFD+C+179?SESSIONSEARCH

Monro, Edith Mary Maitland

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.

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.

Verner, Arthur Cole

This is a photograph of a graphite and ink wash drawing of Arthur Cole Verner, first classical teacher and principal of the Wellington District Grammar School about 1840-41. He remained over 6 years in the old school house on Waterloo Road and then retired to his farm near Oakville where he remained 14 years.

Collection of William Notman and Alexander Henderson photographs

  • CA ON00009 F 4357
  • Collection
  • [185-?]-[189-?]

Collection consists of photographs believed to be taken by William Notman or Alexander Henderson depicting scenes in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia during the latter half of the nineteenth century.

Photographic subjects include: buildings, churches, trains, waterfalls, rivers and a variety of other urban and rural landscapes and portraits.

The photographs are arranged geographically.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database: http://ao.minisisinc.com/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/PROV/PROV/REFD+F+4357?SESSIONSEARCH

Notman, William, 1826-1891

Legal records

This sub-series consists of records relating to legal matters of the YMCA-YWCA of Guelph. Included in this sub-series are by-laws, land deeds for the YMCA's Quebec Street property, and the last will and testaments of T.A. Keating And E. Keating, one-time owners of Lot 81, Quebec Street, Guelph, Ontario.

"The Priory"

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

Allan's Bridge and Mill

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

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.

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