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- ON00120 016-.1-1-2-2
One annotated print copy of a black and white photograph of Juho (John) Heikki Kantokoski (1888-1957), son of Matti Nikolai Kantokoski. In Sudbury he worked with his brother Matias (Matti) Niilo Kantokoski in the Prince Arthur Café.
- ON00120 016-.1-1-2-3
- [ca. 1929]
One annotated print copy of a black and white photograph of Matias (Matti) Niilo Kantokoski (Koski) with his wife Anna Milia (nee Koivula) and their daughter Eeva Annikki and son Veikko Vesa.
Sisters L - front row: Oscar + Julia Koivula Maki with Lilja Back row: Oiva + Oscar - R - front row Eeva Annikka (Ann), Anna Koivula Kantokoski (Koski), Veikko Vesa (Vic) Back row: Matti Kantokoski (Koski)
- ON00120 016-2-1-3
- [ca. 1929]
One annotated print of a photograph of the Maki and Kantokoski families. In the front row from left to right are: Oscar Maki, Julia Maki (holding baby Lilja Maki), Eeva Annikki Kantokoski, Anna Kantokoski, and Veikko Vesa Kantokoski. In the back r...
- ON00120 016-3
- [199-?] - [200-]
Series consists of one annotated family tree of the Korpela family (including a photocopy of a handwritten family tree beginning with Adolf Henriksson Koivula; an annotated photocopy of a typewritten list of the children of Sandra Korpela; and an ...
- ON00120 016-.1-3
- 1932 - 1939
Series consists of a note written by [principal] Else Yackman, dated June 17, 1932, certifying that Anni Koski has passed from Sr. Pr. To Jr. I.; an annotated monthly report card of Annie Koski from Kelly Lake Public School (in Sudbury, Ontario),...
- ON00120 016-.1-4
- [ca. 1940]
Series consists of three newspaper clippings from the Sudbury Star. Clippings include "Winning School Receives Its Shield" (In this article, Veikko Koski was part of the winning team for the best schoolboy patrol for the 1939-1940 seaso...
- ON00120 016-.1-1-2-4
- [ca. 1938]
One annotated print copy of a black and white photograph of Matias (Matti) Niilo Kantokoski (Koski) with his second wife Laura Siltanen whom he married on September 25, 1938 in Copper Cliff, Ontario.