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Jerry Wynne fonds
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- Wynne, Jerry
Physical description area
118 photographs : 7 panoramas
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Name of creator
Jerry Wynne lived in Guelph from 1964 to 1970 while working at the Guelph Stove Company. Later he moved to Sarnia and worked for Prestolite. In 1986 he moved back to Guelph where he was employed with Sky-Jack and Linamar for about eighteen years. In 2008 he moved to Prince Edward Island where he currently resides. His interests vary ranging from photography, fishing, hunting, and knife collecting.
Prior to their transfer to the Guelph Public Library Archives the records were in the custody of Jerry Wynne.
Scope and content
Fonds consists of photographs created and or accumulated by Jerry Wynne in the course of his activities as an avid photographer. Included are photographs of the construction of the covered bridge on Gordon Street, the Sleeman Centre, and the demolition of the Eaton Centre.
There is no further arrangement to these records.
Immediate source of acquisition
Guelph Civic Museum
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Availability of other formats
Some of the photographs are available digitally
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Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Donor-held copyright in these records has been transferred to the Guelph Public Library. Permission of the Guelph Public Library is required for publication.
More detailed listings are available for these records.
No further accruals of records are expected