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Allan McKeeman fonds With digital objects
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Alumni Stadium

Photograph shows the alumni stadium at the University of Guelph. A sculpture of a football player, titled "The Hand-Off," can be seen in this photograph.

As it's Written

This photograph is of a mural located at City Hall and is titled "As it's Written." The mural includes an image of John Galt the city's founder, the Basilica and a young fawn. The fawn represents the Attawandaron or "People of the Deer" in this photograph.

Begging Bear

This photograph shows the Begging Bear in front of the MacDonald Steward Arts Centre. The bear is part of a larger sculpture park containing other exhibits.

Bell-Carlton House

This photograph is of a house at 40 Albert Street constructed by Matthew Bell around 1872.

Bike Stand

This photograph shows a bike stand located at St George's Square in downtown Guelph. It was created by artist and woodworker Marko Barakoski.

Boardwalk

This photograph depicts a wooden boardwalk close to the University of Guelph.

Butterfly Mural

This photograph is a mural of a Monarch butterfly located at the Guelph Farmer's Market.

Car Wash

This photograph shows car wash on Woolwich Street.

Church of Our Lady

This photograph shows the Church of Our Lady. The church was designated as a national historic site in 1990.

Covered Bridge

This photograph shows the covered bridge near Gordon Street. It was built in 1992 and is part of the Royal Recreational Trail.

Covered Bridge

This photograph shows the covered bridge near Gordon Street. It was built in 1992 and is part of the Royal Recreational Trail.

Elsie

This photograph is of the statute of a cow at the University of Guelph. The statue represents the university's agricultural heritage.

Floral Clock

This photograph shows the floral clock at Riverside Park in Guelph. "August 12, 2012 Diamond Jubilee" is written on the clock face.

Graystone Residences

This photograph shows Graystone Residences on Waterloo Ave. The building once served as a bus barn for the Guelph Transportation Commission (now Guelph Transit). Previously the building was the car barn for the Guelph Radial Railway line.

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