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1938. Itinerant fish-seller (name unknown), near 67 Major Street, probably on a Thursday in March (that is, just before Passover; likely selling white-fleshed fish for making gefillte fish). The vendor shouted “Weibe! Weibe!” (Women! Women!) as he came down the street. Photo and information provided by Tillie Karasik.
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1943. Women workers who assembled shells and bombs at the Dominion Bridge Corporation, converted during the war to munitions production. Norman Cook’s mother Verda Cook is at the left. Photo provided by Norman Cook.