254 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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(Gen. Sir) Neil M. RITCHIE Great Britain Red Hackle dinner brought together members of the Toronto Black Watch Association for their 29th annual dinner Saturday. From left are John Reilly, association president; Fred Patterson, piper; James Stewart, chief speaker in response to toast to Canada within the Commonwealth; and Gen. Sir Neil M. Ritchie, who spoke in response to toast to regiment and association.
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K. M. KILBOURN Toronto. K. M. Kilbourn, in sit down demonstration against move to limit access to his plant, sits on top of one of holes drilled for posts. Two others have been filled in. Companion during 45-minute vigil near his tannery is pet retriever Tara.
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TORONTO REGISTRY OFFICE
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Perch (fish) photo of Yellow Perch (Perca Flavescens)
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