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English: (The Depression) The Single Men's Unemployed Association parading to Bathurst Street United Church. Toronto, Canada
Français : (La Dépression) Membres de la Single Men's Unemployed Association se dirigeant vers l'Église unie de la rue Bathurst. Toronto, Canada.
Date circa 1930
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