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  1. 1

    Adolescents avec leur soucoupe volante.

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    Date:
    1955
    Reference:
    RG53.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (linked).
    Adolescents avec leur soucoupe volante. Photo prise à Vancouver, en Colombie- Britannique. Photoreportage de l'ONF : Vancouver BC: Prove Saucers Can Fly!
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  2. 2

    H.F. Holland, Sports Director of Sarnia's Polymer Corporation.

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    Date:
    March, 1946
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (linked).
    HF Holland, Sports Director of Sarnia's Polymer Corporation. Credit: National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada Copyright: 
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  3. 3

    In the Lemon Creek camp, the store is owned by a white person, and the staff is Japanese.

    Date:
    ca. 1942
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    In the Lemon Creek camp, the store is owned by a white person, and the staff is Japanese. The item could not be found in the collection 000069826831 
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  4. 4

    Japanese girls learn typing in their business course at the Greenwood school.

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    Date:
    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
    Reference:
    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Japanese girls learn typing in their business course at the Greenwood school. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and 
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  5. 5

    Row of antenna loops on the assembly and testing line at the Northern Electric Company plant.

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    Date:
    July 1944
    Reference:
    RG53.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (linked).
    Row of antenna loops on the assembly and testing line at the Northern Electric Company plant. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque  
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  6. 6

    Des ouvrières installent le fil principal d'un émetteur radio à l'usine RCA Victor.

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    Date:
    juil. 1944
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Des ouvrières installent le fil principal d'un émetteur radio à l'usine RCA Victor. Mention : Jack Long / Office national du film du Canada. Photothèque 
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  7. 7

    Assembly of a model saucer.

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    Date:
    1955
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Assembly of a model saucer. Photograph taken in Vancouver, British Columbia. NFB Photo Story: Vancouver BC: Prove Saucers Can Fly!. Credit: Library and 
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  8. 8

    Japanese fencing is a complicated art, requiring utmost skill, and energy.

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    Date:
    [1943/11-1943/12]
    Reference:
    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219. File number: 2.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Japanese fencing is a complicated art, requiring utmost skill, and energy. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives 
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  9. 9

    [Trapper on trapline in Northern Manitoba releases a muskrat from a trap.].

    Date:
    [Spring 1945]
    Reference:
    RG53.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (linked).
    [Trapper on trapline in Northern Manitoba releases a muskrat from a trap.]. [Note the heavy protective gloves.] Described by the RECON project. Credit: Jack 
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  10. 10

    The Shinto (emperor worship cult) shrine in the woods near New Denver is surrounded by tall northern trees. About half of the Japanese popula...[View full title]tion in Canada is Christian. There is complete freedom of worship for all.

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    Date:
    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
    Reference:
    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    The Shinto (emperor worship cult) shrine in the woods near New Denver is surrounded by tall northern trees. About half of the Japanese population in Canada is 
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