Photostory #129: Canadian Girls Fly Between Two Worlds: West Coasters Like Orient

Photographers
Richard Harrington
Maker
National Film Board of Canada
Release Date
October 29, 1957
Collection
CMCP fonds
Credit Line
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Main Text
Canadian Airline Hostesses Colleen Watt of Rosebud, Alberta, (left) and Joanne Saimoto of Vancouver, B.C., (right) ply the skies regularly between Canada's West Coast and the Far East. Flying the Vancouver-Tokyo run, the girls have come to feel equally at home in both worlds and enjoy exploring the unique beauties of each. Above, the famous bronze Buddha at Kamakura is photographed for their album.