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Jack Lee McLean uncovered in the East Kootenay

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Jack Lee McLean paintings (Contributed by: Tim Ross)

A few weeks ago, Daybreak collected some incredible stories about discoveries our listeners have made in the course of renovations.

We have one more to share today, from Tim Ross who lives in the rural East Kootenay community of Wycliffe near Cranbrook.

While renovating his garage he found nine oil paintings, signed by well-known Western artist, Jack Lee McLean.

He tells that story to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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