Klippert Month – the Recap

Here is a recap of Klippert Month (so you can read it all in one place):

Week 1 – Klippert at work;

Week 2 – Klippert’s honesty;

Week 3 – Klippert and his family;

Week 4 – Klippert in the press.

And finally, here is a charming reference I found in the Pine Pointer – the newsletter for employees working at the Cominco Pine Point Mine. This issue was published just two months before the arson event which brought Everett under the scrutiny of local RCMP – and back in jail.

Pine Pointer

The Pine Pointer Newsletter, June 1, 1965. Source: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives.

Hats off to history and (fingers crossed) posthumous apologies.


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