41 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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Richard NIXON Visit to Canada U.S.A. Politician (Nixon and Trudeau chat during the brief ceremony in the West Block of the Parliament Buildings prior to the signing of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. U.S. environment official Russell Train is in the middle.)
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN KING GEORGE VI & QUEEN ELIZABETH VISIT TO CANADA, 1939 BRITISH COLUMBIANS GREAT ROYAL PAIR. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth were greeted by massed thousands in downtown Vancouver, B.C., May 29,  on their 52-mile tour of the city.
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN KING GEORGE VI QUEEN ELIZABETH VISIT TO CANADA, 1939. KING AND QUEEN LEAVE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT. EDMONTON, ALTA. CANADA -- PREMIER WILLIAM ABERHART OF EDMONTON (LEFT) IS SHOWN WITH KING GEORGE VI AND QUEEN ELEZABETH OF ENGLAND AS THEY LEFT THE PARLIAMENT BUILDING DURING THE VISIT OF THE ENGLISH RULERS HERE JUNE 2ND, . THEIR MAJESTIES WERE WELCOMED HERE BY A CROWD OF 90,000 PERSONS WHO TURNED OUT TO SHOW THEIR FEALTY TO THE KING AND QUEEN.
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN KING GEORGE VI & QUEEN ELIZABETH VISIT TO CANADA, 1939. MAJESTIC NIAGARA VIEWED BY MAJESTIES. STANDING ON THE CLIFF OVER THE GORGE OF NIAGARA, KING GEORGE AND QUEEN ELIZABETH VIEW THE NIAGARA FALLS FROM THE CANADIAN SIDE SHORTLY BEFORE THEY CROSSED OVER THE RIVER FOR THEIR FIRST VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES, JUNE 7. NEXT TO QUEEN IS PREMIER MACKENZIE KING, WITH KING GEORGE AT HIS LEFT. AMERICAN FALLS OF NIAGARA IN BACKGROUND.
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN KING GEORGE VI & QUEEN ELIZABETH KING AND QUEEN VISIT CANADA HOUSE [IN LONDON]. THE KING AND QUEEN VISITED CANADA HOUSE, LONDON (THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE DOMINION) THIS AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 18, . THEY INSPECTED THE WORK DONE BY THE WORK ROOM ORGANISED BY THE WIFE OF HIGH COMMISSIONER VINCENT MASSEY. BABY CLOTHES AND KNITTED WEAR FOR THE TROOPS WERE SHOWN. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE KING AND QUEEN LEAVING CANADA HOUSE THIS AFTER NOON, OCTOBER 18, SALUTED BY THE GUARD OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE. LEFT TO RIGHT; THE QUEEN; MRS. VINCENT MASSEY; THE KING; HIGH COMMISSIONER VINCENT MASSEY.
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