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“Digging in Near The Czech Capital,” Ottawa Citizen, September 16, 1938. Page 2.

“In modern wars, swinging a pick may be just as much part of a doughboy’s job as shooting a rifles.  In the radiophoto above, Czech soldiers are pictured digging entrenchments to defend an approach to Prague, Czechoslovakian capital, against invading armies.”

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“The Spirit of the Press – The Proper Dose for Them.” Toronto Globe. June 4, 1914. Page 06.

Ottawa Citizen: – Another sentence of two years in penitentiary and twenty lashes has been imposed on a Toronto wife-beater. The Ontario capital is ahead of most cities in Canada in its knowledge of the best means of suppressing an altogether too frequent form of brutality.”

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“Camp Borden Sees Battle,” Ottawa Evening Citizen, August 27, 1937. Page 03.

“Camp Borden resounded to the sound of battle as the Royal Canadian Regiment staged maneuvers.  On one side of the sandy dunes were the ‘enemy’ (above) waiting for the attack.  The onslaught came with tanks (below).  But the sounds of fighting were limited to the rumble of war machines and barked commands of officers.  Rifle, artillery and anti-tank fire were imaginary and no cases of shellshock were reported.”

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“Machine-Washed Last Night,” Ottawa Citizen WEEKEND Magazine. Volume 6, No. 11. March 17, 1956. Page 38. Acrilan acrylic fiber and sweaters by Lady Parkhurst.

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“Turtleneck Edition,” Ottawa Citizen. January 8, 1946. Page 08.

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“High Styling,” Ottawa Citizen. January 7, 1946. Page 04.  

“…overdue death knell to the Sloppy Joe look on the nation’s campuses…”

Design by Josette Walker.

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