Adolescents with their model saucers

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    1 photograph : b&w negative.
    Inventory no.: 28011
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    Photograph taken in Vancouver, British Columbia. NFB Photo Story: Vancouver B.C.: Prove Saucers Can Fly!.
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    Title based on the following caption from the NFB Photo Story: Members of the Vancouver Gas Model Club pose with their flying models prior to "take-off" time at a flying meet at Vancouver's Brockton Point Oval. Flying saucer shown in left foreground provides radical contrast to design of more conventional aircraft. Vancouver Model Club, formed in 1935, today has over 50 members interested in building flying models powered by miniature gas engines. Most work in basement shops and time involved might be an hour building simple glider to 300 hours on complex radio-controlled gas model.
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    1971-271 NPC
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    Credit: Library and Archives Canada/National Film Board fonds/e011176159; Copyright: Expired; Restrictions on Use: Nil

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