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The Industrial Progress of Kitchener
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Interesting find, and so many memories for someone my age. I'm guessing that the film would date back to the very late 1950s.
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For a "newcomer" like myself (moved here in 2002), this was awesome to watch and imagine what Kitchener used to look like! I loved being able to recognize so many familiar buildings.
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