58 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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CLOTHING FOR EUROPE WORLD WAR II Canada Misc Baptists of Ontario and Quebec went all-out in support of the drive for clothing for Europe. The Church House at 223 Church St. overflowed long before the last bundle arrived. More than a carload of good used clothing and bedding were packed by the committee in charge. They are, left to right: Dr. H. H. Bingham, general secretary of the Convention of Ontario and Quebec; Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. E. Mason, Mrs. F. C. Butler, Mrs. R. Shers, Mrs. Oliver Brown and C.M. Haines.
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TORONTO city Archives Toronto City Archivist Robert Woadden among his miles of dust-free containers.
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ACCIDENTS Railway Cleanup at site of derailment in Mississauga.
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GARBAGE Toronto garbage truck with men at work.
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MANUFACTURING KTM Locks Inc. Automobile door locks being assembled at KTM Locks Inc. in Concord Ont.
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