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Black and white photograph of a group of men 32 miles west of Port Arthur. Caption: short course in Finnish community, Thunder Bay district.

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Coloured photograph of the Otava male choir. The choir was originally organized in 1938 by Finnish Vice-Consul Kosti Koivukoski as a mixed choir and was to be a Finnish cultural, politically neutral organization. Concerts and other performances held…

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Photograph of the Lappe Lutheran Church. In 1918, the first plans for building a church were discussed in Lappe, a small, mostly Finnish community northwest of Port Arthur. June 1921, the church building was completed and the first summer festival…

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Colour photograph of a Viitalan sauna. Caption on back of photograph: Wanapitei River

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Handwritten article by Cairine Budner detailing her passion for sports among the Finns. Her dream was to compile the history of the Finnish sporting activity and athletic organizations in the Thunder Bay area from its beginning in the early 20th…

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Finnish postcard, with a picture of a man and a sign on top of him entitled “Organised Slaves”.

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A poem with Christmas wishes from Provincial Paper Limited, Port Arthur Division. The poem is signed "approved Provincial Paper Ltd."

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Christmas message on card cover Christmas Greetings. In every joyous way may this Christmas and New Year be your happiest and best. Images of tall ships sailing, and seagulls flying overhead. The card is signed Lili Kivisto

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Black and white photograph of Nahjus Finnish dancers on stage. Dancers names from left to right are Cairine (Beck) Budner, Ralph Richardson, Onni Paavi, Irene Maki, Loretta (Rutledge) Martola, Frank Wilson, Arlene (Rutledge) Wilson

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Apostolic Lutheran Church, Van Horne Street, Thunder Bay. One of the first established Finnish churches in Thunder Bay.

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