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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Ancient Indian crafts are far from dead in the hands of Michael Commanda, left, maker of snowshoes, and Daniel Sarazin, trapper, builder of birch bark canoes and whittler of paddles. Both men are Algonquins from Golden Lake who are plying their skills at'the Lands and Forests display at the Canadian National Exhibition. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: INDIANS Canada,Ancient Indian crafts are far from dead in the hands of Michael Commanda, left, maker of snowshoes, and Daniel Sarazin, trapper, builder of birch bark canoes and whittler of paddles. Both men are Algonquins from Golden Lake who are plying their skills at'the Lands and Forests display at the Canadian National Exhibition.September 3, 1960,JACK MITCHELL transparent
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September 3, 1960
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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Ancient Indian crafts are far from dead in the hands of Michael Commanda, left, maker of snowshoes, and Daniel Sarazin, trapper, builder of birch bark canoes and whittler of paddles. Both men are Algonquins from Golden Lake who are plying their skills at'the Lands and Forests display at the Canadian National Exhibition.
JACK MITCHELL / Globe And Mail
58 YEARS AGOIN NEWS
John Diefenbaker was Prime Minister
The Progressive Conservatives were in power
Dwight D. Eisenhower was President

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