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  1. Indian paints his history, Vancouver Province, March 21, 1964 (page 29)
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Title: Indian paints his history, Vancouver Province, March 21, 1964

Artist: Chief Henry Speck

Writer: Nikki Moir

Date: March 21, 1964

Format: Ephemera [clipping]

Location: Pacific Newspaper Group Library

Publisher: Vancouver Province, Vancouver

More Information: Half page story with image of Henry Speck’s “The Sea Monster” and picture of Mrs. Audry Hawthorn (spelled incorrectly in the story as Hawtherne). Collection of the Pacific News Group Library.

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