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  1. Shoes left on beach in preparation for Salish canoe races in North Vancouver, 1962
Item Details

Title: Shoes left on beach in preparation for Salish canoe races in North Vancouver

Date: April 30, 1962

Format: Photograph

Location: VPL Special Collections

Fonds: Historical Photographs, VPL #85809

Size: 20.00 × 25.00 cm

More Information:  Collection of the Vancouver Public Library, Special Collections, VPL 85809.

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