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Money was already begun pouring in to aid Cobalt residents; including a $7;000 cheque from a Canadian Legion convention in London; Ont. Local mines have each pledged $1;000 and have offered low-interest loans to those made homeless by Monday s blaze. United Steelworkers Union is planning a large donation. Cleaning up rubble and burned out cars is expected to take several weeks. Open in full size

Money was already begun pouring in to aid Cobalt residents; including a $7;000 cheque from a Canadian Legion convention in London; Ont. Local mines have each pledged $1;000 and have offered low-interest loans to those made homeless by Monday s blaze. United Steelworkers Union is planning a large donation. Cleaning up rubble and burned out cars is expected to take several weeks.

Picture, 1977, English

Money was already begun pouring in to aid Cobalt residents; including a $7;000 cheque from a Canadian Legion convention in London; Ont. Local mines have each pledged $1;000 and have offered low-interest loans to those made homeless by Monday s blaze. United Steelworkers Union is planning a large donation. Cleaning up rubble and burned out cars is expected to take several weeks.

Picture, 1977, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Accidents - Fires - Cobalt; Ontario

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0000527f