326 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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ICE ICE Carried by flooding Humber River surrounded the home of Keith Hay on Broda Drive near Kleinburg today. A pump was removing water from the basement after the family moved to drier quarters.
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PLANTS Jerusalem cherry ($10.50 and up) is one of many flowering plants in shops at christmas.
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Garth DRABINSKY Toronto. Businessman with diagrams of the Yonge Street/Victoria Street property
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CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Patricia Mumford shows miniature wreath depicting a Victorian Christmas in Old Oakviile, about 1850, Scale is one inch to a foot. The tree lights are the size of 8.grain of wheat. The Mumfords are leaving the wreath as a gift to to the township of Oakville.
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CHRISTMAS Jenni Ekelund of the Danish Consulate lights a candle on a tree decorated in the Danish manner in the Gallery of Christmas Trees at the Valhalla Inn.
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