681 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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CANADIAN UNION OF POSTAL WORKERS POSTAL WORKERS ENTER THE DUFFERIN GATE OF TORONTO'S CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION GROUNDS IN THE LABOUR DAY PARADE.
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Dentistry corner of University Ave. and Edward Street (Photo by J. Mcneill March 5th/70)
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William LISHMAN Pickering sculptor (Lishman inside model of lunar landing module he built in his back yard. Plans to use it as a guest house)
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Virginia GRAHAM Actress The annual spring meeting of the Canadian Cancer Society took place yesterday at Eaton Auditorium as the group prepares to open its fund drive on April 1. One of the featured speakers was Virginia Graham, a U.S. television figure. Before the meeting Miss Graham lunched with Mrs. Cecil Richards (left), vice-chairman of certain volunteer services of the society, and Mrs. E. S. Saunders, who was convener of the meeting.
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Pierre Elliott TRUDEAU Mantoba Premier Walter Weir with Premier John Robarts is greeted by Prime MInister Pierre Trudeau Mr. Weir later won his point. Financial problems will be discussed at today's session of the federal provincial talks
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