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Commander Adelaide Sinclair (1900-1982), Director of the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service. Adelaide was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year Honours 1945 for her work with the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service. After the war, she went to work for the UN and eventually became Deputy Director of UNICEF (1957-1967). In 1967, she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.

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Canada 1967 Canadian Centennial Fine Used

Canada 1967 Canadian Centennial Fine Used SG 578 Scott 453 Other North American and British Commonwealth Stamps HERE!

Hostess Ding Dongs Ad - 1967...great, I'm as old as DingDongs! Could be worse, could be as old as another round object......the wheel! :)

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20 Of The Most Racist Vintage Ads

1967 - Ad for Fred Palmer's Skin Whitener. "Join in the fun! Brighten up your life!"----super creepy!!!!

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50 Original Ads Of Old Times From Famous Companies

1967 Kentucky Fried Chicken

Vintage "Breck Girl" ad, 1967~ Wow, the "Breck Girls", I remember feeling jealous, because I thought their hair really looked that perfect!!

Robert Pershing Wadlow was not a freak in the conventional sense — that is, he never wished to exhibit himself in the context of a circus or carnival sideshow. Wadlow's one brief stint in a circus role was with Ringling Brothers for a season or two starting in 1937, but his contract stated he would only appear in two three-minute shows a day at the annual Madison Square Garden and Boston Garden dates — and only in center ring as part of the main show.

Daughter of James Edward and Mabel Chase Fairbanks Henry. Bertha was the oldest of all the Henry children. Bertha started preforming at the age of 12 in her fathers one ring circus.

The Blackfoot Idaho Fair. This fair was just one of many lucrative fairs that the Siebrand Bros played.The Chief in this photo, along with many other Native American people played a very important part with their dancing and singing. In a special area they had an Indian Village where one could buy hand made goods. This photo taken in 1951.