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Title: John Gracyasz collection
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Part Of: Prince Rupert City & Regional Archives collection
Scope & Content: Series contains photographs depicting Port Edward during World War II including the U.S. Army Camp, John Gracyasz with his dog, troops waiting at the CN Station, Main Exchange building, the construction of the road near Watson Island, and the road between Port Edward and Prince Rupert. There are postcards, including an aerial view of Kaien Island, the entrance to Prince Rupert Harbour, another harbour photograph showing the Grain Elevator Butze Rapids and a police seizure of smuggled whiskey at Tete Jaune, B.C.,
Subject Access: ["War", "U.S. Army", "Road Construction", "B.C. Police", "War - Troops", "Ships", "Grain Elevators", "Waterfront", "Docks"]
Date: [1943 to 1945]
Physical Description: 17 photographs

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