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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.

Booking the future

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

Transportation photographs - Guelph Mercury

  • CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-13
  • Series
  • [between 1975 and 1990], predominant 1961-1969
  • Part of 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.

Open for business

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.

The tough get going

This picture shows two members of the Guelph-Wellington branch of the Red Cross Society.

ET Welcome Home

This picture shows David Humphrey and his big brother Jim Moon enjoying ET for movie night hosted by the Big Brothers Association.

Assist Tornado Relief

This picture shows Larry, from The Jaycees, handing a tornado relief fund cheque to Guelph MPP Rick Ferraro.

Campaign drive one

This picture shows Hugh Guthrie, president of the Guelph branch of the Arthritis Society and John O'Connor co-chairman of the residential campaign holding the society's flag and poster announcing the fundraising efforts that will take place in 1985.

She travels the world in the cause of peace

This picture shows Alice Wiser standing in front of the "peace caravan" trailer which she drives around as part of a campaign for the Feminist International for Peace and Food.

They're champs

This picture shows Bob Henry, Rick Renaud and Rodger Crane showing their chili that won first place at the Canadian Chili Championship.

Theatre photographs - Guelph Mercury

  • CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-9
  • Series
  • 1960-1963, 1966-1968, 1975-1977, 1981, 1983-1985
  • Part of Guelph Mercury fonds

Series consists of photographs of theatre activities taken during the course of the Guelph Mercury's journalistic activities. Included are photographs of theatrical productions, rehearsals and costumes. Of note are images from the Guelph Little Theatre including theatre veteran Terry Doyle.

These records are arranged by subject.

The Inner Stage

This picture shows Barbara Walker and Karen McGregor among the cast of The Shadow Box directed by Gerry Butts.

Chocolate chefs

This picture shows Tina DeStefano, Sarah Grant and Amy Lamores receiving hands on cooking lessons at St. James junior high school.

Nature treasures

This picture is of Terri Scott and David Kennedy examining an abandoned bird's nest in a summer school program.

Easy to do

This picture shows food and nutrition specialist Monica Beaumont who is teaching people the proper way to can fruit.

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