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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: CHINA IN CANADA (OTT 4) OTTAWA, JULY 1-- HAPPY MOMENT --Citizenship Minister Fairclough (centre), Friday, presented citizenship papers to Chue Kay Chung, of Dartmouth, N.S. Mr. Chung, formerly of Hong Kong, was one of six persons to receive citizenship papers in Ottawa on Dominion Day. Mrs. Chung (left) looks on. (CP Wirephoto) 1960 (APex) OTTAWA OUT The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: CHINA IN CANADA (OTT 4) OTTAWA, JULY 1-- HAPPY MOMENT --Citizenship Minister Fairclough (centre), Friday, presented citizenship papers to Chue Kay Chung, of Dartmouth, N.S. Mr. Chung, formerly of Hong Kong, was one of six persons to receive citizenship papers in Ottawa on Dominion Day. Mrs. Chung (left) looks on. (CP Wirephoto) 1960 (APex) OTTAWA OUTJuly 1, 1960, transparent
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July 1, 1960
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CHINA IN CANADA (OTT 4) OTTAWA, JULY 1-- HAPPY MOMENT --Citizenship Minister Fairclough (centre), Friday, presented citizenship papers to Chue Kay Chung, of Dartmouth, N.S. Mr. Chung, formerly of Hong Kong, was one of six persons to receive citizenship papers in Ottawa on Dominion Day. Mrs. Chung (left) looks on. (CP Wirephoto) 1960 (APex) OTTAWA OUT
Unknown Photographer / CP Wirephoto
58 YEARS AGOIN NEWS
John Diefenbaker was Prime Minister
The Progressive Conservatives were in power
Dwight D. Eisenhower was President

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