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B.C. Motorist Magazine, July-August 1965
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The July-August 1965 (Vol. 4, No. 4) issue of B.C. Motorist Magazine published by B.C. Automobile Association containing the following articles:
"Tips to Car Commuters"
"The Safest Way to School"
"Chinatown - Vancouver" (Photo story)
"Point Roberts and Its Tree"
"City of Lights and Flowers"
"Story of Road Signs"
"How to Use Car Owner's Guide"
"Savary - Island Paradise"
"Kicking the Tires Isn't Good Enough"
"Engine Temperature Affects Performance"
Cliff Fenner used tabs on the cover page and on page 23 to indicate his photographs used in the magazine. These photographs are of Black Tusk Meadows and a dear.
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Front and back covers have creases and rips on edges. Some pages within have creases.
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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.