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Nine weeks ago Ken Nicholls lost his new home and all his belongings in a fire. Today the 31-year-old farmhand, his wife, daughter Tracey, 5m (left) and son Jason, 2, have a roof over their heads again, thanks to the generosity of their Claremont neighbors who rallied round to rebuild and refurnish the razed house. Open in full size

Nine weeks ago Ken Nicholls lost his new home and all his belongings in a fire. Today the 31-year-old farmhand, his wife, daughter Tracey, 5m (left) and son Jason, 2, have a roof over their heads again, thanks to the generosity of their Claremont neighbors who rallied round to rebuild and refurnish the razed house.

Picture, 1971, English

Nine weeks ago Ken Nicholls lost his new home and all his belongings in a fire. Today the 31-year-old farmhand, his wife, daughter Tracey, 5m (left) and son Jason, 2, have a roof over their heads again, thanks to the generosity of their Claremont neighbors who rallied round to rebuild and refurnish the razed house.

Picture, 1971, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Collective Biography - Men - Nichol, Nichols, Nicholl, Nicholls, Nickel, Nickels, Nickell, Nickells, Nicol, Nicols, Nicoll, Nicolls

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0131534f