Adoption 1960’s Style –MJ Whittaker

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Adoption 1960’s Style –MJ Whittaker

The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
09 Aug 1967, Wed  •  Page 35

Hi not sure I sent this to you. Thought you might find it interesting, This is what the Children’s Aid did in the 1960’s to get kids adopted. This is me and my sister and brothers’ and this how we became adopted by the Camerons in 1967. MJ Whittaker

The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
09 Aug 1967, Wed  •  Page 35

It was also posted in a Toronto paper in Feb 1967 but I have not been able to find that one. They also took us to Toronto to be on that show hosted by Dave Devall , Family Finders

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