31 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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ALGONQUIN PARK Canoeist pauses on disputed logging road cutting across 350-yard portage around Otterslide Creek rapids in Algonquin Park.
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Pogo Put in Same Class as Gulliver's Travels Walt Kelly sends original comic strip to Editor Harold Wills [Cochrane Northland Post] Editorial Touches Pogo's Pop Strip Thanks Cochrane Writer
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ANGLICAN CHURCH IN CANADA RUPERT'S HOUSE ST. PETER'S MISSION Rev. Albert C. Williams stands beside old cemetery of St. Peter's Mission at Rupert's House. First World War veteran, gladioli grower now happy missionary on James Bay.
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Five-cent meal in the North Cafe, Sudbury, has been discontinued because of increased food costs. Lumberjacks still get all the bread and butter they can eat with each order. John Ralvo (right) is one of two Finns who own 25-year-old restaurant. The cafe is staffed by 14 others, mainly Finns. The predominant languages are French, Finnish and English.
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ATIKOKAN (Ont) Atikokan, Iron Mine Town, Grins and Bears It's Acute Growing Pains. This is Atikokan's main drag which was a swamp nine months ago. Bank of Commerce (left) and Dominion Bank are racing to get their buildings completed first. Both are carrying on business in temporary buildings. On other corners are Hudson's Bay Co. Stone and Strand theatre.
These photographs and captions are unaltered documents. In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive. In order to preserve their historical authenticity, they have not been edited.
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