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Camp at Winona, Ontario, 1918
The Winona camp housed about a hundred young female members of the Farm Service Corps. The girls could choose to live in tents or in a room in the barracks. Lois Allan decided to live in a tent. In the background is the E.D. Smith plant for which the girls gathered fruit.
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