31 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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WORLD WAR II France TO VICTORY -- A YANK VERSION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE, IN FALLEN LA HAVE DU PUITS, FRANCE, AS ROBERT McCURDY (LEFT) NEWARK, N.J., SGT. HAROLD SMITH, BRUSH CREEK, TENN. (CENTRE), AND SGT RICHARD BENNETT, WILKES BARRE, PA, RAISE THEIR GLASSES IN A TOAST. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO 7-15-44 
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CHINA IN CANADA (OTT 4) OTTAWA, JULY 1-- HAPPY MOMENT --Citizenship Minister Fairclough (centre), Friday, presented citizenship papers to Chue Kay Chung, of Dartmouth, N.S. Mr. Chung, formerly of Hong Kong, was one of six persons to receive citizenship papers in Ottawa on Dominion Day. Mrs. Chung (left) looks on. (CP Wirephoto) 1960 (APex) OTTAWA OUT
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CHARLES EVERS U.S.A. NAACP exec. (JX10) JACKSON,Miss.,July 23--FOUND RAISING FUN--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(R) and Charles Evers, Miss. NAACP field Secretary enjoy laugh during fund raising time at Wednesday night's mass rally in Jackson. King later told serveral thousand persons there are no Communists in his movement, 1964
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OCTOBER 1, 1972 -- TORONTO, CANADA -- FANS WAIT FOR TEAM CANADA -- Happy fans hold signs and wave flags as they wait to greet Team Canada at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, October 1, 1972. Many of the fans stood for hours and ignored rain while waiting for the team to arrive from the airport. Team Canada won the best of eight Canada-Russia Summit Series by defeating the Russians in Game 8 on Sept. 28, 1972 in Moscow. Photo by Dennis Robinson / The Globe and Mail.
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AUTOMOBILE RACING MOLSON INDY AL UNSER CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY YESTERDAY IN TORONTO AT THE MOLSON INDY CAR RACE. HE IS THE FIRST-TWO-TIME WINNER OF THE 5-YEAR OLD EVENT.
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