Reel C-9433

Reel C-9433

Case File # Name Page Range
# 15706 Royston Lumber Company 1-847
# 15707 Teruo Iwasa 848-853
# 15708 Miyokichi Kimoto 854-858
# 15709 Mataki Ogata 859-863
# 15710 Susumu Nishiyama 864-868
# 15711 Hompa Young Buddhists Association 869-885
# 15712 Kosho Matano 886-896
# 15713 Tsuya Nishimura 897-907
# 15715 Oka Kai 908-912
# 15716 East Coast Trollers Association 913-918
# 15717 Andrew Kobayashi 919-925
# 15718 Nobuaki Toki 926-930
# 15719 Tomeharu Maikawa 931-939
# 15720 Ucluelet Fishermens Coop Association 940-1215
# 15721 Okanagan Products Limited 1216-1233
# 15722 Kagetsu And Company Limited 1234-1322
# 15724 Teisuki Asano 1323-1324
# 15726 Canadian Salt Herring Exporters Limited 1325-1336
# 15727 Kiyoshi Shiono 1337-1340
# 15730 Milner Japanese Community Hall 1341-1345
# 15731 No2 District Fishermens Association 1346-1358
# 15733 Japanese Canadian Youth Organization 1359-1366
# 15734 Kanzi Takaki 1367-1369
# 15735 Yeiko Kishimoto 1370-1376
# 15736 Union Trading Company Limited 1377-1694
# 15738 Kichijiro Hama 1695-1697
# 15739 Toraichi Hama 1698-1700
# 15740 Torakichi Tamura 1701-1703
# 15741 Ichitaro Morishita 1704-1706
# 15742 Sannosuke Yamashita 1707-1708
# 15743 Toyojiro Nakata 1709-1713
# 15744 Sankichi Tanaka 1714-1715
# 15745 Victor Wholesale Cleaners 1716-1718
# 15746 Riversyde Lumber Company Limited 1719-1776
# 15747 Import And Domestic Silk Company 1777-1948
# 15748 Mission City Japanese Congregation United Church 1949-1970
# 15749 Fernridge Lumber Company 1971-2004
# 15750 Powell Lumber And Fuel Company 2005-2077
# 15751 Western Canada Hop Cooperative Union 2078-2297
# 15752 Maple Ridge Cooperative Produce Exchange 2298-2326

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Reel C-9433
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