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Industrial British Columbia 1945 Canada"s magnificent new industrial empire : geared to efficient high quality production : ready for immediate post war reconstruction

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Published by Sun Pub. Co. in Vancouver .
Written in English

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  • British Columbia -- Industries.

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Statementprepared and published in the interests of the people of British Columbia by Vancouver"s home newspaper, the Vancouver Sun.
ContributionsVancouver Sun (Firm)
The Physical Object
Pagination[106], 42 p. :
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19867848M

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