Series F45-0-2 - People associated with entertainment and sports photographs - Guelph Mercury

OHMA Midget 'A' All-Stars at Banquet Guelph lawn bowler hosted by the Acton Lawn Bowling Club Fergus Intercounty Intermediate League baseball team Guelph's new junior OHA hockey team is named Mario Stradiotto new heavyweight hope in Guelph John Clark and Pete Kafalad win Daily Mercury lawn bowling trophy Royals coach Emile Francis Youngsters form Lacrosse unit in Fergus OAVC. Redmen OAVC Redmen football game Guelph Royals hockey players GCVI vs John F Ross - football game Guelph Garrison Badminton Club Curling - opening night Intercounty baseball team the Maple Leafs John F. Ross Girls volleyball champs GCVI Winning CWOSSA senior volleyball team King George School football team - senior public school football champions Guelph Royals hockey team The White Sewing Machine Co. of Canada baseball team
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People associated with entertainment and sports photographs - Guelph Mercury

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CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-2

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  • [between 1960 and 1969], 1974-1975, 1977, 1980-1985 (Creation)

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2124 photographs : b&w

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Series consists of photographs of baseball, softball, football, hockey, soccer, volleyball and basketball players as well as related activities. There are also photographs of curlers, wrestlers, golfers, swimmers and of individuals participating in track and field events, water racing and canoe jousting. Included are photographs of individuals receiving awards and of coaches. These records document the importance of sports and recreational activities in the City of Guelph and Wellington County.

Also included in this series are photographs of entertainers and characters who are not part of a music ensemble.

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Access to these records is restricted for conservation reasons. Please contact the Guelph Public Library archivist to gain access to these records.

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Donor-held copyright in these records has been transferred to the Guelph Public Library. Permission of the Guelph Public Library is required for publication.

A smaller set of Canadian Press photographs were found within this collection. These images have not been released as it is not clear the Guelph Public Library holds copyright to these photographs.

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As records continued to be processed, more photographs will be added to this series.

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