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Photographs : CKCO-TV (file 2 of 2).

File consists of 34 photographs of CKCO-TV personalities, staff, events, and programs. Some of the photographs have the CKCO-TV Conestoga wagon logo in the bottom left corner, and most have some identification on verso. Personalities depicted include Reg Sellner, Grace Lawson, Big Al, Elaine Cole, and George Caldwel, Betty Thompson, Violet Scriver, and others. Subjects include the CKCO-TV mobile unit, stills from programs (news, weather, local game shows, talk shows, children's programs, Canadian Bandstand), technicians on the job, parades, and Queen Elizabeth's 1959 visit to Kitchener city hall.

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Romper Room.

File consists of three photographs of Betty Thompson on the set of the CKCO-TV program Romper Room.

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Visual material : file 42.

File consists of a photograph of Betty Thompson on the set of the CKCO-TV show Be My Guest, interviewing an unidentified woman.

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Visual material : file 43.

File consists of three photographs, two slides, and two negatives of CKCO-TV and CFRN staff, buildings and equipment. Includes a negative of Betty Thompson on the set of the CKCO-TV show Be My Guest, and a photograph of John A. Pollock with Dr. George R.A. Rice.

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CAP Communications : group portrait.

File consists of a group portrait, probably of the management and directors of CAP Communications. File also includes a negative and a printing proof of the portrait, as well as a slip of paper identifiying the people in the photograph.

Includes cardboard mount, and identification of people in the photograph: Marvin Stroh, John Donahue, George Moskal, Paul Turchan, Elaine Economoff, Dan Fisher, Betty Thompson, Harold Zister, Fred Merritt, Don Willcox, Jack Alexander, Charles Packham, Gary McLaren, Joe McIntyre, Reg Sellner, John Hodges, Jack Liddle, W.D. McGreogr, Bob McKeown, John A. Pollock, Larry Ernewin, Dennis Connolly, Eric Sutherland, and John Arajs.

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