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Tourist Information – 1948

From the 1948 Windsor And Essex County Visitor’s Guide

     

    OFFICIAL TRAVEL INFORMATION

    Above is shown the Ontario Government Information Centre at the Detroit-Windsor vehicle tunnel. The reception centre is directly opposite the tunnel exit. second (sic) one is at the exit of the Ambassador Bridge. The port of Windsor is Canada’s largest port of entry for American visitors to Canada.Ontario Government Travel and Publicity Department maintain a highly trained staff, under the supervision of Mr. R. L. Henry at their reception centres who have the travel information you want, right at thier finger-tips, to assist out-of-town visitors… to add to your comfort and enjoyment on your Canadian trip.

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