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May 01, 2006


virginia r. cameron

it is also home to what appears to be the world's tiniest fence between that building and the beer store.

Lowell Green

I wish to use a picture of Gouzenko's Somerset St. house for a new book I am writing. How do I rfeceive approval to do so--whom do I credit.
Thank you--please respond ASAP
LOwell Green

John Edkins

Lowell, If you haven't already received an answer to your request, I would be happy to take a photo of the building. Let me know.
John Edkins

Jennifer McGill

I wish to use a photo of Igor Gouzenko's Somerset Street home for an article we are running in Legion Magazine. Whom shall I contact for permissions? We are in a bit of a panic to acquire a photo! Please contact me as soon as possible. Thank you!

Lynne Reich

this area across from the park is where Ray Tremblay (Ray Condo) grew up with his brothers

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