319 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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ACID RAIN John Willis, top, and Kenn Hollis secure giant sign after they climbed to top of smokestack at Ontario Hydro's Lakeview Generating Station in Mississauga yesterday. The two Greenpeace members say they'll spend at least one night in the special climber's tent suspended from the maintenance ladder of the 125-metre-high stack.
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HITCHHIKING Susan Walker waits in the rain, hoping for a ride.
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Mitchell SHARP Toronto. Politician Conductor Victor Feldbrill ponders his fate as he rehearses an exuberant Mitchell Sharp for the External Affairs Minister's world concert debut at Massey Hall last night. Mr. Sharp selected Mozart's Piano Concerto - No. 21 (andante). Also making his, concert debut was Donald S. Macdonald, Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, who conducted the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in a rendition of the Colonel Bogey march. The guests were taking part in a Christmas concert.
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DOFASCO INC. Thousands of workers and families fill Dofasco Inc. 's Galvanizing Line Number Three for annual Christmas party.
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FLOODS Canada Mike Vanhorn, left, and Ken Carmichael clean up at MacKay Specialties Canada Ltd. on Labatt Avenue in Toronto yesterday. It was third flooding in three weeks.
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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