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100 Years: Post Office issues centennial stamp

Port Alberni now has a brand new cancellation stamp commemorating the city’s centennial. Keith Dawe the Superintendant of the local area, Centennial committee member Pat Dahlquist and Lisa Aylard the local area supervisor are seen here with the new cancellation stamp and the free home coming postcards that are available at both postal outlets.  - SONJA DRINKWATER/ Alberni Valley News
Port Alberni now has a brand new cancellation stamp commemorating the city’s centennial. Keith Dawe the Superintendant of the local area, Centennial committee member Pat Dahlquist and Lisa Aylard the local area supervisor are seen here with the new cancellation stamp and the free home coming postcards that are available at both postal outlets.
— image credit: SONJA DRINKWATER/ Alberni Valley News
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