The Work of Greg Clark and Jimmie Frise

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Dirty Work at the Cross-roads

November 28, 1925

Cock fighting has been illegal in Canada since 1870, but still happens even now.

Slippery Elm!

November 20, 1943

Autumn on the Avenue

November 18, 1922

Hail, Hail – !

November 10, 1945

Hot Dawg!

November 5, 1932

Juniper Junction – 10/29/47

October 29, 1947

The Plebiscite at Birdseye Center

October 18, 1924

Ontario conducted it’s 5th plebiscite on Prohibition on October 23, 1924. (following ones in 1894, 1902, 1919, and 1921). Prohibition was not successful in 1894 and 1902. It was instituted nationally in 1916 during World War 1, but removed (nationally) in 1919. The 1919 referendum voted to keep it in Ontario, and the 1921 one voted to ban the import of alcohol. The 1924 referendum was whether to keep prohibition. It was approved by only 51.5%, a result that did not sit well with many and urban centers voted against it, while rural areas voted in favour of it.

Free is the Air!

October 10, 1942

Birdseye Center – 10/09/26

October 9, 1926

Down Yonder in the Corn-field!

September 29, 1934

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