|Guelph Public Library building, demolished in 1964. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
“We were pretty much looking for any photo of Guelph,” said Guelph Public Library archivist Darcy Hiltz.
The library asked people to poke around in their attics and basements, and to flip through their old photo albums and boxes to find long-lost photos of the Royal City for the “Guelph’s Hidden Past” photography contest.
Guelph has always been a center of Christadelphia, as long as there have been Christadelphains in Canada. In fact, it is older than almost any ecclesia in Ontario.
|A gathering of Christadelphians in front of Guelph’s former Carnegie Library.|
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