Item 2001.26.1.7498 - Northwood Pulp & Timber - Rebuilding an old fire engine

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Northwood Pulp & Timber - Rebuilding an old fire engine

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1 photograph : b&w. ; 25 x 20cm

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Weldon Logan (passenger on left) and Fred Clendenning (driver) sitting in the refurbished fire engine parked in front of the Northwood Pulp & Timber Limited sign.

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Part of the Northwood Pulp and Timber Ltd. fonds

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Accession # 2001.26.1.7498

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Original annotation included with photographs: "The results of 26 hours of sandblasting, a $200 paint job, over $500 worth of repairs, and a lot of tender loving care are displayed by just two of the many volunteers who spent more than three years viging the "Ol' 3655" crash wagon a face lift. The 1942 wagon, complete with a 1923 ladder made in Vancouver, B.C., will be used in emergencies as a back up vehicle."

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Photographer: Bill Theessen (?)

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