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Bounce Beehives

This photograph shows Grant Blair of the Guelph Platers.

Separating Balt Worms

This photograph shows Ted Hilton separating Japanese balt worms from their castings using his home-made machine.

Talk about books

This picture shows Sharron Turner with Doreen Lodge. The bookmobile can be seen in the background.

Transportation photographs - Guelph Mercury

  • CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-13
  • Série organique
  • [between 1975 and 1990], predominant 1961-1969
  • Fait partie de Guelph Mercury fonds

Series consists of photographs of trains, automobiles, airplanes, boats, buses, train stations, antique cars, streetcars, emergency vehicles, bookmobiles, sleighs and wagons. Also included are photographs illustrating traffic signs and signals, traffic accidents and transportation facilities such as bridges. Series also documents construction of transportation facilities such as roads and bridges, and in some cases, failure of those structures. These records document various aspects of transportation in Guelph and Wellington County.

These records are arranged by subject.

Booking the future

  • CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-1-F45-0-1-0-0-162
  • Pièce
  • February 24, 1990
  • Fait partie de Guelph Mercury fonds

This picture shows Librarian Gwynne Tucker at a computer workshop at Guelph Public Library.

Open for business

  • CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-1-F45-0-1-0-0-161
  • Pièce
  • November 8, 1986
  • Fait partie de Guelph Mercury fonds

This picture shows Chief Librarian Mr. McLeod at Scottsdale Centre Branch library before its official opening.

People photographs - Guelph Mercury

Series consists of photographs of individuals and groups of people taken during the course of the Mercury's journalistic activities. Included are pictures of university presidents, military and police officers, judges, fire chiefs and inspectors, fire fighters, construction workers, librarians, postal service employees, architects, veterans, engineers, dancers, artists, hunters, authors, horticulturists and students. There are also images of well know individuals such as Terry Fox, Jean Little, Robert Munsch, Fred Penner, and William Mitchell.

These records are arranged by subject.

He's the cat's meow

This picture is of Taffy, a one year old ginger tabby cat, living at the Guelph Huane Society.

Caught in the act

This picture is of David Taylor with cans he collected as part of the metal recycling program at the Guelph Lake Jamboree.

Framed by paintings

This picture shows Virginia SmallFry with some of the paitings at the Ed Gallery Exhibition in Guelph.

Blindness won't stop him

This picture shows Martin Courcelles, who is legally blind, participating in the Jamboree beside Gilles Nault, his scout leader.

The sand man

This picture shows John Reed and "The Sand Man" Paul Dawkin hoping to gain a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for largest sand castle.

Young Family

This picture shows Kim Martens who will be spending a year in Cameroon and Nigeria with her one year old son Lee.

Pet of the week

This picture shows Chimo, a white Samoyed, at the Guelph Humane Society with Karen, the manager of the home.

A pet to crow about

This picture shows Trevor Turner glancing at his young crow.

Happy birthday

This picture shows Mary Paddison with her son Roy looking through a book created for her 106th birthday.

Pet of the week

  • CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-1-F45-0-1-0-0-2037
  • Pièce
  • August 12, 1985
  • Fait partie de Guelph Mercury fonds

This picture shows Larry holding Sparky a ten week old male cross between a hound and golden lab.

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