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An ice scraper from St. Mary's Paper that reads, Safe Today: Here Tomorrow
An ice scraper from St. Mary's Paper that reads, Safe Today: Here Tomorrow
Two elderly hands holding a small silver mug with an engraving to Annie Pohrybunk, April 4, 1925 from the Spanish River Company.
The bare beams of one of the modern buildings are exposed through demolition. There is snow in the foreground of the image. The building looks decrepit.
Photograph of the Riversedge Developments Inc. sign mounted on the fence of the St. Mary's Paper Corp. property.
Retired paper mill worker wearing a Canadian Paper Workers Union ball cap. He has a toothless grin and is standing in the kitchen Upstairs at Rome's at the retirees meet-up.
Two elderly hands holding a small silver mug with an engraving to Annie Pohrybunk, April 4, 1925 from the Spanish River Company.
White t-shirt of a man curling. Text on the t-shirt reads, Abitibi-Price Provincial Papers, Lakehead Bonspiel, 40th Annual, 1957-1997
Retired paper mill worker wearing a Canadian Paper Workers Union ball cap. He has a toothless grin and is standing in the kitchen Upstairs at Rome's at the retirees meet-up.
Blue steel beams erected on one side of the new building, the other side to the left is being covered with siding. Trucks are present, a sign leaning against the machine shop reads construction area.
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