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1979.57.6 Neeve Street Carpet Factory.jpg
Slightly to the left of the centre of the photograph just underneath the Speed River, is the Guelph Carpet Facotry operation on Neeve Street.

1987.60.2 Mill Flats former state.JPG
Harding Yards Worsted Spinning Plant circa 1950. This is during the stage of highest employment at the mill between Cross Street, Neeve Street, and Arthur Street.

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A sign on a former W.C. Wood Company building on Duke Street. This building is signed as Plant #2 Receiving for the W.C. Wood Co. Ltd.

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A faded sign on a former W.C. Wood Company building on Duke Street. This building is signed as Plant #2 Receiving for the W.C. Wood Co. Ltd.

The People's Mill.jpg
Across the Speed River from the Alan Mill was the Alan Mill distillery. It was on the former site of the distillery that the Taylor-Forbes Company and later the W.C. Wood Company was constructed.

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A 1924 publication of the Taylor-Forbes Company. Photo caption reads: "General View of Factories Covering Nearly-Ten-Acres of Ground, Taylor-Forbes Company. Limited Guelph.ONT."
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