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  1. BC Indian Students, Vancouver Sun, April 5, 1968 (page 32)
Item Details

Title: BC Indian Students, Vancouver Sun, April 5, 1968

Pictured: Robert Davidson

Date: April 5, 1968

Format: Photograph

Location: Pacific Newspaper Group Library

Publisher: Vancouver Sun, Vancouver

More Information: BC Indian Students, Robert Davidson, Joe Michael, Glen Newman, Ronald Ignace and Nadine Kelly were awarded $300 scholarships Thursday for academic work. Collection of the Pacific News Group Library.

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