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Microfilm

Microfilm is a photograph (generally a negative image) of a paper or computer record usually reduced in size from the original. Microfilm may be used as a verb to describe the actual process of microfilming or as a noun to describe the photographic media.

The main branch of the Guelph Public Library houses a large collection of microfilm. Included in our on microfilm collection are civil vital statistics (births, marriages, and deaths), City of Guelph records (assessment rolls, bylaws, and council and committee minutes), court records and non government records (city directories and local newspapers). This collection is accessible during normal library hours.

City of Guelph

Civil Vital Statistics Non-Cival Vital Statistics Census Records Microfiche:
  • 1891 Aggregate Census Returns - Vol. I-IV; Bulletins 1-18
Court Records Microfiche:
  • Surrogate Court Records Index, 1793-1858
Land Records Microfilm: Microfiche:
Crown Lands Records Index
  • Name Index
  • Township Index
Government Records Microfiche:
United Empire Loyalists: Enquiries into the losses and service in consequence of their loyalty: Evidence in the Canadian Claims

Non-Government Records Microfilm: Microfiche: Goad Fire Insurance Maps, 1890-1960
  • Wellington County: Guelph, Aurthur, Elora, Erin, Fergus, Harriston, Hillsburgh, Palmerstone
  • Waterloo County: Galt, Kitchener, Waterloo

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