Jack Miner Visits Thessalon, July 22, 1930
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- This is a black and white photo of Jack Miner on a visit to Thessalon, July 22, 1930. There are two gentlemen in the photo, with Mr. Miner shown on the left.
Mr. Miner is wearing a three piece white suit and a planter style hat. He is carrying a leather valise. He is accompanied by a second man wearing a three piece suit and a straw boater hat. A passenger train can be seen in the background.
- Mr. Miner was "World Famous" due to his work with banding birds. He moved to Canada in 1878 and established a bird sanctuary in 1904 on his farm in Kingsville. He banded more than 50,000 ducks between 1910 and 1915, and made the first complete banding records of North American birds.
- Date of Original
- July 22, 1930
Width: 7.75 in
Height: 9.75 in
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Latitude: 46.25006 Longitude: -83.5666
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