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Le ministre CD Howe et le Gouverneur du Vermont William Willis annoncent un pipeline en temps de guerre, 1944.<br />
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International pipeline to release much-needed oil tankers. William H. Willis governor of Vermont (Left) and Hon. C. D. Howe: Canadian minister of munitions<br />
and supply, use international teamwork in officially welding: an oil pipeline as the Canadian and United States sections are brought together in a ceremony at the border. The pipeline, not yet completed, will stretch 236 miles from Portland, Me. to Montreal. It is expected to allow both governements to release a number of tankers for service between the Americas and Great Britain. Immediately behind Mr. Willis stands Hon. J. P. Moffat: U.S. minister to Canada: and behind Mr. Howe is Hon. T. D. Bouchard: Quebec minister of works.<br />
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Picture, 1944<br />
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PHOTO : Toronto Star Archives - AQP
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Le ministre CD Howe et le Gouverneur du Vermont William Willis annoncent un pipeline en temps de guerre, 1944.
Le ministre CD Howe et le Gouverneur du Vermont William Willis annoncent un pipeline en temps de guerre, 1944.

International pipeline to release much-needed oil tankers. William H. Willis governor of Vermont (Left) and Hon. C. D. Howe: Canadian minister of munitions
and supply, use international teamwork in officially welding: an oil pipeline as the Canadian and United States sections are brought together in a ceremony at the border. The pipeline, not yet completed, will...
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From gallery: 1940 - 1945 - CANADA
Source: Fonds Toronto Star
Date: 1 Jul 1944
Location: Canada
Credit: Toronto Star Archives
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