"New Canadian Arrives" photograph of five-month year old Jan Jaslinsky, the infant son of Mieczyslaw Jaslinsky and his wife, held by TCA airline attendant Lucy Corey, 18 January 1951

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Title

"New Canadian Arrives" photograph of five-month year old Jan Jaslinsky, the infant son of Mieczyslaw Jaslinsky and his wife, held by TCA airline attendant Lucy Corey, 18 January 1951

Subject

Postwar refugees, displaced people who are blind

Description

This photograph depicts five-month old Jan Jaslinsky, infant son of Mieczyslaw Jaslinsky and wife, the youngest of the family of displaced people who were blind to come to Canada, being held by T.C.A airline attendant, Lucy Corey, upon their arrival at Montreal Airport in the early morning hours of 18 January 1951.

Creator

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Fonds, box 49, file 11, R3647-0-9-E, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa ON

Source

Canadian National Institute for the Blind

Publisher

Carleton University's Disability Research Group

Date

18 January 1951

Coverage

Montreal, Canada

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Original Format

photograph [newsclipping]

Citation

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Fonds, box 49, file 11, R3647-0-9-E, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa ON, “"New Canadian Arrives" photograph of five-month year old Jan Jaslinsky, the infant son of Mieczyslaw Jaslinsky and his wife, held by TCA airline attendant Lucy Corey, 18 January 1951 ,” Envisioning Technologies , accessed December 17, 2017, http://envisioningtechnologies.omeka.net/items/show/51.