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Memoirs of Walter Chuchla, Polish Settlers in Alberta: Reminiscences and Biographies, 1979, pages 56-57.
Walter Chuchla, who came to Canada from Poland in 1926 at the age of 22, was one of many immigrants who tried to eke out a living in the midst of the Depression.

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