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  • "The Name is Thunder Bay"
    "The Name is Thunder Bay"
    Object       Fort William's main newspaper, The Daily Times-Journal, announcing the new name for the amalgamated cities of Fort William and Port Arthur. As of January 1, 1970, the city would be called Thunder Bay.
    Object     Fort William's main newspaper, The Daily Times-Journal, announcing the new name for the amalgamated cities of Fort William and Port Arthur. As of January 1, 1970, the city would be ...
    Schreiber Heritage & Tourism Committee
  • Décès à Rockland-Est de Mme Zéphirin Sarazin.
    Décès à Rockland-Est de Mme Zéphirin Sarazin.
    ObjectText       Copie sur négatif 60 mm (6 x 7) d'une coupure de presse.
    ObjectText     Copie sur négatif 60 mm (6 x 7) d'une coupure de presse.
    Bibliothèque Publique de Clarence-Rockland
  • Canadian Pacific Railway News - Centennial Issue
    Canadian Pacific Railway News - Centennial Issue
    ObjectImageText       Copy of Canadian Pacific Railway News's centennial issue. Headlines included "History is national mosaic of flesh-and-blood people", "Railway quenched public's thirst for cure with spring water", "First nation-wide train trip", and "Company sponsors series on Canadian art history as part of centennial".
    ObjectImageText     Copy of Canadian Pacific Railway News's centennial issue. Headlines included "History is national mosaic of flesh-and-blood people", "Railway quenched public's thirst for cure with spring water", "First nation-wide train trip", ...
    Schreiber Heritage & Tourism Committee
  • Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway
    Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway
    ImageObject  Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 31 October 1923     Printed underneath the image 'Driving the First Spike/Mayor Bassett, of Whitby, on the LEFT, ready to strike the first blow, driving home the first spike on the Toronto Eastern Railway yesterday. E.W. Oliver, manager of C.N.R. electric lines, holding the nickel plated spike.'
    ImageObject  Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 31 October 1923   Printed underneath the image 'Driving the First Spike/Mayor Bassett, of Whitby, on the LEFT, ready to strike the first blow, driving home the first spike on the Toronto Eastern Railway ...
    Whitby Public Library
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