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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Jules LEGER Ottawa, Governor-General Jules Leger, retiring as Governor-General, meets five of Metro Toronto's six mayors in his last official visit to city, From left are Etobickoke's Dennis Flynn, Mr. Leger, Gayle Christie of York, John Sewell of Toronto, Alan Redway of East York and Gus Harris of Scarborough. Missing is Mayor Mel Lastman of North York. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: Jules LEGER Ottawa, Governor-General Jules Leger, retiring as Governor-General, meets five of Metro Toronto's six mayors in his last official visit to city, From left are Etobickoke's Dennis Flynn, Mr. Leger, Gayle Christie of York, John Sewell of Toronto, Alan Redway of East York and Gus Harris of Scarborough. Missing is Mayor Mel Lastman of North York.December 6, 1978,JACK DOBSON transparent
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December 6, 1978
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Jules LEGER Ottawa, Governor-General Jules Leger, retiring as Governor-General, meets five of Metro Toronto's six mayors in his last official visit to city, From left are Etobickoke's Dennis Flynn, Mr. Leger, Gayle Christie of York, John Sewell of Toronto, Alan Redway of East York and Gus Harris of Scarborough. Missing is Mayor Mel Lastman of North York.
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