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"Misc, large prints of Northern pictures. Caribou, mail planes, digging out of slush, CF ARM JU52-lm, etc, [??] 34 MZ on Beach, Keep [circled]"
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Envelope labelled "Misc, large prints of Northern pictures. Caribou, mail planes, digging out of slush, CF ARM JU52-lm, etc, [??] 34 MZ on Beach, Keep [circled]", contains:
b&w ; 9 cm x 15 cm print of 2 men tending to Junkers Ju-52 aircraft, registration CF-ARM, caption reads "Junkers JU52, 1932"
b&w ; 13 cm x 18 cm print of aircraft on floats on a rocky shoreline, registration CF-AMZ, caption reads "Junkers W 34 - Canadian Airways on the beach at low tide, West coast of Hudson's Bay NWT"
b&w ; 13 cm x 18 cm print of men digging in the snow next to aircraft, registration CF-AI[A]
b&w ; 13 cm x 18 cm print, close up of men digging slush away from aircraft skis
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Envelope also contained aerial photograph of caribou herds (see 3-57).