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194-40

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    ON00120 023-1-.1-3-.194-1

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    • November 21, 1941 (Creation)

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    1 photograph : b&w acetate negative ; 10 x 12 cm

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    (1909 - Present)

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    One image of two young moose, named Moose (left) and Silver (right), attached to a sulky advertising British American Autolene Oil outside the CKSO radio station in Sudbury, Ontario, where a crowd had gathered around them. The moose owner, Albert Vaillancourt (left), is being interviewed by CKSO radio announcer Jack McLaren (holding a microphone, center) and radio station operator Bill McLellan (right) before attending the annual Children's Aid Society carnival and motor show with the moose at Davison's Garage.

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        Item has been digitized. Prints of image may be requested. Email archives@greatersudbury.ca for more information.

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        Moose lost his left ear when he was two days old in Foy Township. A bear attempted to drown him by holding his head under water by the ear with his teeth. Trapper Joe Nadon was in the vicinity during the incident and rescued the moose. Albert Vaillancourt, a farmer just outside of Chelmsford, Ontario, purchased the moose which he named Moose from Nadon.

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        The moose, Silver, had been caught in a fence when she was just a few days old and rescued by a farmer in Larchwood, Ontario. The farmer sold him to Albert Vaillancourt as a companion for Moose.

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        See "Moose Give 'Interview' for CKSO Listeners," Sudbury Star, November 22, 1941, p. 3.

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