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French Quintuplets Raymond Sambor visiting his Wife in Hospital. 1934

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French Quintuplets Raymond Sambor visiting his Wife in Hospital. 1934
French Quintuplets Raymond Sambor visiting his Wife in Hospital. 1934
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French Quintuplets Raymond Sambor visiting his Wife in Hospital. 1934 The Dionne Quintuplets (French pronunciation: ​[d͡zjɔn]; born May 28, 1934) are the first quintuplets known to have survived their infancy. The identical sisters were born in Canada, just outside Callander, Ontario, near the village of Corbeil. All five survived to adulthood. The Dionne girls were born two months premature. After four months with their family, they were made Wards of the King for the next nine years under the Dionne Quintuplets' Guardianship Act, 1935. The government and those around them began to profit by making them a significant tourist attraction in Ontario. Man, visited, woman, hospital, flower, sick. 1964.

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