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Dick Jack, Assistant Product Manager Canadian Fishing Company reports to head office on days catch via wireless telephone from the ["Cape Caution"] seiner

Inscriptions on verso of print "#5526 - Dick Jack, Assistant Production Manager of Canadian Fishing Co., Vancouver, B.C. reports by wireless telephone to his Head Office in Vancouver from aboard a seiner. Trip to shore telephones have greatly increased the efficiency of operation of the fishing fleet and has saved many a boat and its load from destruction on the rocks when they have come to grief. Photo Don Coltman.", "#5526 - Asst Production Manager of the Cannery calls his shore office in the 'Cape Cautions' wireless telephone to tell them of the catch. Many of the larger fishing boats are equipped with ship-to-shore telephones. Don Coltman Photo."

Dick Jack, Assistant Product Manager Canadian Fishing Company congratulates Skipper Joe [Cerezin] of "Cape Caution" on his $1000 a day per man catch

Inscription on verso of print "#5525 - 'Congratulations Joe'. Dick Jack, Asst. Production Manager of Canadian Fishing Co., Vancouver B.C., congratulates Skipper Joe Cerezin of the 'Cape Caution' on his 'Thousand-dollars-a-day-per-man-catch.' 20 years fishing on the B.C. Coast and Joe can almost smell a school of salmon. Photo Don Coltman."

Dick Jack, Assistant Product Manager Canadian Fishing Company on bow of packer "Kitlup"

Inscriptions on verso of print "Dick Jack Asst Production Mgr Can. Fishing Co.", "#5505. Fish "Packers" cruise the fishing area to ascertain the extent of the catch and relieve the fishing boats of their loads. Dick Jack, Asst. Production Manager of the Canadian Fishing Company hails skipper Joe Cerezin of the "Cape Caution" for his report. Don Coltman Photo"

["Cowichan Band Indian with very old [ceremonial] masks, Nanaimo Reserve"]

Inscription on verso of print "No. 2994 - Indian ceremonial masks are handed down generation to generation. This Indian is nearly 80 years of age and keeps these masks hidden in an old chest in a smoke house on the Reservation. Considerable coaxing was necessary before he would produce them for photographing. It is his belief that if he should lose them a curse would descend upon his family. Don Coltman Photo."

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