58 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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ART ONTARIO COLLEGE OF ART STUDENTS JUMP THE GUN FOR OFFICIAL OPENING OF EXTENSION TO ONTARIO COLLEGE -- $1,000,000 extension to Ontario College of Art is being officially opened tonight by Premier John Robarts. Many of the students, including Nora Sosak (right) were busy at work yesterday.
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ONTARIO Hydro Pickering Generating Station (Ron Acheson monitors himself for radiation before moving between work areas)
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BRIDGE PAINTING Two of the seven men repainting Hogg's Hollow bridge work their way along the girders to get at all the corners.
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BRIDGE PAINTING Two of the seven men repainting Hogg's Hollow bridge work their way along the girders to get at all the corners. Luigi Rizzo and Johnny Geraneo shed masks for a breather. The men don't use gogles because the glass in them becomes fogged.
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BUTTER Butter judges begin work at the Canadian National Exhibition. V. E. VanDeusen, head of Toronto dairy products division, Federal Department of Agriculture (left), takes butter sample from Robert Carleton, Saskatoon office (right). Onlookers are (from left) G. M. Borland, chief butter inspector in Ontario; Albert Baker, CNE dairy superintendent; Leslie Farquharson, Ontario Agriculture Department field man.
These photographs and captions are unaltered documents. In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive. In order to preserve their historical authenticity, they have not been edited.
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