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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations Asks Restriction of Canadian Trade with South Africa Chief Simeon O. Adebo, Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations, (left) yesterday told luncheon meeting of the African Students Foundation at the Park Plaza Hotel he was dismayed to find, while reading a Canadian trade publication, that Canadian trade with South Africa is increasing. Shown with him, in native dress are U of T. students Anas Onyejiaka (middle) and Ebele Nwokolo. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: (Chief) Simeon O. ADEBO,Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations Asks Restriction of Canadian Trade with South Africa Chief Simeon O. Adebo, Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations, (left) yesterday told luncheon meeting of the African Students Foundation at the Park Plaza Hotel he was dismayed to find, while reading a Canadian trade publication, that Canadian trade with South Africa is increasing. Shown with him, in native dress are U of T. students Anas Onyejiaka (middle) and Ebele Nwokolo.April 2, 1965,John Gillies transparent
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April 2, 1965
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations Asks Restriction of Canadian Trade with South Africa Chief Simeon O. Adebo, Nigerian Ambassador to the United Nations, (left) yesterday told luncheon meeting of the African Students Foundation at the Park Plaza Hotel he was dismayed to find, while reading a Canadian trade publication, that Canadian trade with South Africa is increasing. Shown with him, in native dress are U of T. students Anas Onyejiaka (middle) and Ebele Nwokolo.
John Gillies / The Globe and Mail
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Lester B. Pearson was Prime Minister
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Lyndon B. Johnson was President

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