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Cattle Shipping cattle to the Orient, Vancouver, c. 1926.
Truck The milk pick-up by truck, Fraser Valley, British Columbia, 1928.
Transfer Transferring grain from the railroad to elevators to waiting boats at the
head of the Great Lakes.
Trunk Tour Visiting a prairie wheatfield on a Grand Trunk Pacific tour, early 20th
We Must Have World War II government poster urging farm aid.
Sharp Mitchell Sharp, Minister of Trade and Commerce, signing a wheat sale
agreement with the Soviets, 1963.
Hats Eight beaver hats for Europeans, a lasting market for Canadian fur.
Simcoe Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe, wife of Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe, was also
aide and mother of a young family, as well as producing valuable watercolours of early
Dress Canadiens in exaggerated winter dress at Quebec, 1805.
Fashion Advertisement 1924 women's clothing advertisement for the Toronto,
Ontario, department store of Robert Simpson's.
Doolittle P.E. Doolittle, President of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the
Empire, 1922-1925, in fashionable dress.
Indians Salish Indian women knitting the famed Cowichan sweaters, a native art
with wide markets, on Vancouver Island.
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