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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Judy LaMARSH Niagara Falls. Politician. ...at CNE Women's Day luncheon. FACES OF JUDY LaMARSH -- The Federal Government would go on with its pension plan scheme, Health and Welfare Minister Judy LaMarsh told a press conference at the CNE yesterday, gesturing to make her stand clear. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: Judy LaMARSH Niagara Falls. Politician. ...at CNE Women's Day luncheon. FACES OF JUDY LaMARSH -- The Federal Government would go on with its pension plan scheme, Health and Welfare Minister Judy LaMarsh told a press conference at the CNE yesterday, gesturing to make her stand clear.August 26, 1963,John Boyd transparent
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August 26, 1963
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Judy LaMARSH Niagara Falls. Politician. ...at CNE Women's Day luncheon. FACES OF JUDY LaMARSH -- The Federal Government would go on with its pension plan scheme, Health and Welfare Minister Judy LaMarsh told a press conference at the CNE yesterday, gesturing to make her stand clear.
John Boyd / Globe and Mail
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