118 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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Herman GEIGER TOREL General manager of Canadian Opera Company Geiger-Torel tortured by a no smoking instruction
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BURNS FOODS LIMITED Board of directors of Burns Foods Ltd. of Calgary met yesterday in Toronto, Attending, from left: Gene Tunney, Stamford, Conn.; G.E. Creber, Toronto; H. I. Price, Toronto; Raymond Dupuis, Montreal; W.A. Johnson, Winnipeg; A.J.E. Child, president; J. Howard Kelly, Calgary; C. A. Pollock, Kitchener, F.T. Sherk, Toronto; P.B. Hill, Toronto; H.S. Spicer, Hamilton; G.L. Burton, Claresholm, Alta. Absent are F.B. Brown, W.D. Cumings and R. Howard Webster, Company was first incorporated as P. Burns and Co. Ltd. in 1890.
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Peter STEMKOWSKI Hockey Disc Jockey
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James HOUSTON New York. Steuben Glass, associate director of design recalls historic Arctic shopping spree.
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ST. LEONARD town (Quebec) Montreal residents, seeking reinstatement of English-language instruction in St. Leonard schools, are kept in line outside Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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