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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: MARTIN BAZARIAN, PRESIDENT OF BERLIN WALL CANADIAN TOUR, SUPERVISES THE UNLOADING YESTERDAY OF A 2,5-TONNE SECTION OF THE BERLIN WALL FROM A SPOT NEAR THE BRANDENBERG GATE. IT WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION IN TORONTO. NEXT STOP WILL BE OKTOBERFEST IN KITCHENER. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: BERLIN city Wall,MARTIN BAZARIAN, PRESIDENT OF BERLIN WALL CANADIAN TOUR, SUPERVISES THE UNLOADING YESTERDAY OF A 2,5-TONNE SECTION OF THE BERLIN WALL FROM A SPOT NEAR THE BRANDENBERG GATE. IT WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION IN TORONTO. NEXT STOP WILL BE OKTOBERFEST IN KITCHENER.August 13, 1990,JOHN McNEILL transparent
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August 13, 1990
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MARTIN BAZARIAN, PRESIDENT OF BERLIN WALL CANADIAN TOUR, SUPERVISES THE UNLOADING YESTERDAY OF A 2,5-TONNE SECTION OF THE BERLIN WALL FROM A SPOT NEAR THE BRANDENBERG GATE. IT WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION IN TORONTO. NEXT STOP WILL BE OKTOBERFEST IN KITCHENER.
JOHN McNEILL / The Globe and Mail
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