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Formerly one of hockey's finest stickhandlers, Ed (Edmund Anthony) Rodden works as a bench foreman in the John Inglis Co. plant along with Peggy Cartner, a female operator. 


Dec. 1943


Toronto, Ont.

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1 photograph
Negative Film B/W - cellulose nitrate
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
Item no. (creator)
WRM 4034
Other accession no.
1971-271 NPC

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Credit: National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada /
Restrictions on use: nil
Copyright: Expired

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"War Workers With Interesting pre War Jobs -- December 1943. Rated as one of hockey's finest stickhandlers, Ed (Edmund Anthony) Rodden has been with John Inglis for three years, now is one of bench foremen at the plant. Born in 1901, Rodden broke into hockey at 11, was leading scorer for junior Haileybury Rexalls in four years. At 16 he became goalie for a senior club but in two years was..."


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