714 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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LAKE LEVELS Their footings weakened by waves, cottages sag into Lake Erie at Port Ryerse, south of Simcoe. The buildings have been in danger since last year's high water level covered the 25 feet of beach in front of the cottages. The footings were undermine during the winter by rough water. A cliff behind the cottages prevents the owners from moving inland.
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Ineda MANN Burlesque Dancer York University students interview Mann, who is the mother of four and the wife of a vice squad detective.
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Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU Quebec. Politician. St. Marys quarry near Stratford was where the prime ministerial action was yesterday. Mr. Trudeau, in Stratford for theatre going, went for a swim at the quarry and attracted some wet, youthful admirers. Ann Hayes, 15, striped sweater, and Mary Pinkney,15, dark sweater, jumped in fully clothed. Globe and Mail reporter John Burns (right) looks on.
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Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU Quebec. Politician (misc) Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, centre, with Mr. and Mrs. James Domville after having swim in Stratford, Ontario.
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Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU Quebec. Politician Emerging from swim, Prime Minister Trudeau walks with his Stratford friends Ann and Mary, followed by newsman and photographers. [Ann Hayes, 15, striped sweater, and Mary Pinkney,15, solid-colour sweater]
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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