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Article Published November 22, 2001

Rick Roberts Editor's Corner
By: Rick Roberts,

Guelph Public Library Archives Online Images Database.

The following press release with be of interest to those with roots in Guelph, Ontario.
    Press Release:

    The Guelph Public Library Archives is pleased to announce the launch of its new archival images database. Presently, the database holds approximately 1000 images that document the history of the City of Guelph. We will be adding to these over the coming months. I would especially like to thank Jeff Whyte who conceived the project, did a great deal of the preparatory work (descriptive and otherwise), and essentially got the project going. Special thanks too to our tech people, Gord Lipp and Colleen Doyle, for their excellent work in getting a fine website together for the Library and for the Archives. Last but not least, thanks to Jennifer Baetz, who did most of the actual scanning.

    If you get a moment, please stop by at and check us out. If you have any comments or suggestions, don't be shy.

    Bill Hughey, Archivist
    Guelph Public Library Archives
    100 Norfolk Street
    Guelph ON, N1H 4J6
    (519) 824-6220, ext. 245

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