46 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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(Dr) J. P. NOWLAN Nova Scotia Deputy Mines Minister Politician
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ACCIDENTS Misc. L.F. Pulled to safety From the Transport Tanker After Being Trapped About Two Hours. Three firemen also were overcome by noxious fumes in the rescue attempt yesterday.
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JAZZ Louis Armstrong entertains in Toronto
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DON VALLEY PARKWAY L.F Lone car makes use of northbound lane of Don Parkway during last night's rush hour two hours after it had been officially opened by premier Frost. By that time workmen had almost torn down ceremonial stand (middle left). Picture is from Bloor Viaduct
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CANADA dominion Army ROYAL REGIMENT OF CANADA L.F. Trooping the color by the regiment also marked the First World War Battle of Mount Sorrel that the two veterans recall. During inspection of Royal Regiment of Canada at University of Toronto Campus
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