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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: QUESNEL British Columbia (Advance for use with Quesnel, B. C., CP Newsfeature on Floyd Phillips for PMs of Monday, Dec. 16) -- NOTE FUTURE DATE (TOR 2-DEC. 9) QUESNEL, B.C., DEC.16--VANISHING SCENE--These cowboys riding the range near Riske Creek in the Chilcotin district, a vast rangeland plateau 175 miles north of Vancouver, may be part of a vanishing scene in British Columbia. More and more of the wealth of the province's interior is coming from forestry and mixed farming. Grass-fed cattle are losing out on the market to grain-fed cattle from the prairies. (CP Photo) 1957 (B.C. Government )-- NOTE FUTURE DATE The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: QUESNEL British Columbia (Advance for use with Quesnel, B. C., CP Newsfeature on Floyd Phillips for PMs of Monday, Dec. 16) -- NOTE FUTURE DATE (TOR 2-DEC. 9) QUESNEL, B.C., DEC.16--VANISHING SCENE--These cowboys riding the range near Riske Creek in the Chilcotin district, a vast rangeland plateau 175 miles north of Vancouver, may be part of a vanishing scene in British Columbia. More and more of the wealth of the province's interior is coming from forestry and mixed farming. Grass-fed cattle are losing out on the market to grain-fed cattle from the prairies. (CP Photo) 1957 (B.C. Government )-- NOTE FUTURE DATEDecember 16, 1957, transparent
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December 16, 1957
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QUESNEL British Columbia (Advance for use with Quesnel, B. C., CP Newsfeature on Floyd Phillips for PMs of Monday, Dec. 16) -- NOTE FUTURE DATE (TOR 2-DEC. 9) QUESNEL, B.C., DEC.16--VANISHING SCENE--These cowboys riding the range near Riske Creek in the Chilcotin district, a vast rangeland plateau 175 miles north of Vancouver, may be part of a vanishing scene in British Columbia. More and more of the wealth of the province's interior is coming from forestry and mixed farming. Grass-fed cattle are losing out on the market to grain-fed cattle from the prairies. (CP Photo) 1957 (B.C. Government )-- NOTE FUTURE DATE
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