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Hello there: Tony Leader Joe Clark greets Adam Scothorne, 3, the grandson of Barbara Scothorne, 61, centre, one of two sisters who credit Clark with saving their Mississauga home. Scothorne lives with her sister, Joan Sinclair, 54, right, and Sinclair's daughter, Lorna, 16, looks on. They bought their cottage in 1978 for $84,500. Open in full size

Hello there: Tony Leader Joe Clark greets Adam Scothorne, 3, the grandson of Barbara Scothorne, 61, centre, one of two sisters who credit Clark with saving their Mississauga home. Scothorne lives with her sister, Joan Sinclair, 54, right, and Sinclair's daughter, Lorna, 16, looks on. They bought their cottage in 1978 for $84,500.

Picture, 1981, English

Hello there: Tony Leader Joe Clark greets Adam Scothorne, 3, the grandson of Barbara Scothorne, 61, centre, one of two sisters who credit Clark with saving their Mississauga home. Scothorne lives with her sister, Joan Sinclair, 54, right, and Sinclair's daughter, Lorna, 16, looks on. They bought their cottage in 1978 for $84,500.

Picture, 1981, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Clark; Joe (groups 1980; 1981)

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0038533f