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Forest Branch Newsletters (1935 to 1955)

The Provincial Forest Branch office published an internal newsletter to inform its employees of various events within the organization. Selected articles have been chosen to show changes over time in the daily life of the people, social and political issues, and humour. Forest Fires were an important issue for the Forest Service and often the topic. Social Events were advertised in the newsletter and provide a glimpse of what community life was like. Humour in the newsletters was a great way to poke fun and lighten some of the relevant issues of the day. Some of the humour needs to be taken in the context of the time and shows how things have changed over the years.
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Forest Branch Newsletters (1935 to 1955) - The Provincial Forest Branch office published an internal newsletter to inform its employees of various events within the organization. Selected articles have been chosen to show changes over time in the daily life of the people, social and political issues, and humour. Forest Fires were an important issue for the Forest Service and often the topic. Social Events were advertised in the newsletter and provide a glimpse of what community life was like. Humour in the newsletters was a great way to poke fun and lighten some of the relevant issues of the day. Some of the humour needs to be taken in the context of the time and shows how things have changed over the years.


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