Item 2 - Moose Owned by Albert Vaillancourt, Chelmsford, Ont. - Post Card - Emerance

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ON00120 008-4-1-2


Moose Owned by Albert Vaillancourt, Chelmsford, Ont. - Post Card - Emerance


  • ca.1941 (Creation)

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1 photograph: b&w print postcard; 14 x 9 cm

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(1919 - 2008)

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One postcard, made by Love Unlimited Studios, of two wild moose named Moose and Silver being driven by Albert Vaillancourt in a sulky for harness racing.

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The moose were captured in the vicinity of Chelmsford, Ontario, in 1939. (They were caught very young. One by a trapper and one by a fence.) Moose and Silver never actually raced, instead they ran the track during intermission for audiences at the Chelmsford race track and attended events throughout Ontario and the United States.

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