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"People & planes, Ft. McMurray & elsewhere, summer and winter - prints, keep 1929 to 1932"
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Envelope labelled "People & planes, Ft. McMurray & elsewhere, summer and winter - prints, keep 1929 to 1932", with crossed-out text "and negative of group passenger load (Boland)", contains:
b&w ; 7 cm x 11 cm print of two men loading cargo back into aircraft at dock, registration G-C[??], caption reads "High grade ore from Eldorado Bear Lake - 1931"
b&w ; 11 cm x 7 cm print of CHD on pontoon of aircraft, caption reads "Fokker Super Universal, 1928"
b&w ; 9 cm x 15 cm print of group of people looking at aircraft next to dock, CHD in cockpit and man entering door of aircraft, registration G-CASM [another print appears in 8-176]
sepia ; 9 cm x 14 cm postcard of man pushing Fokker Super Universal aircraft propeller as 2 others watch, caption reads "Buck Bochemin, Behind Bob Porritt - lives in Hay River, Tom Gilmour - wiping hands, Fort Resolution - winter 29-30"
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