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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: COAL No rest for the coalman these days of coal shortages. Even with the U.S. coal strike over, Nick Hrynenko was busy on Sunday at the Toronto Fuels yards getting out emergency rations for city householders left with empty bins as a result of the strike. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: COAL No rest for the coalman these days of coal shortages. Even with the U.S. coal strike over, Nick Hrynenko was busy on Sunday at the Toronto Fuels yards getting out emergency rations for city householders left with empty bins as a result of the strike.March 4, 1950,Jack Smith transparent
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March 4, 1950
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COAL No rest for the coalman these days of coal shortages. Even with the U.S. coal strike over, Nick Hrynenko was busy on Sunday at the Toronto Fuels yards getting out emergency rations for city householders left with empty bins as a result of the strike.
Jack Smith / The Globe and Mail
68 YEARS AGOIN NEWS
Louis St. Laurent was Prime Minister
The Liberals were in power
Harry S. Truman was President

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