41 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN Queen (Mother) Elizabeth PASSED BY CENSOR. KING AND QUEEN SEEN CANADIANS IN TRAINING. THE KING AND QUEEN YESTERDAY JUNE 8 VISITED A SOUTHERN AREA ENCAMPMENT INSPECTING REGIMENTS OF THE CANADIAN ACTIVE SERVICE FORCE. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE QUEEN [QUEEN ELIZABETH, LATER THE QUEEN MOTHER] INTERESTED IN A TORONTO SCOTTISH MACHINE GUN CREW IN TRAINING WHILE THE KING [GEORGE VI] CHATS TO MAJOR GENERAL A.G.L. MCNAUGHTON DURING THE VISIT. 9/6/40 [1940?]
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ROYAL FAMILY GREAT BRITAIN QUEEN ELIZABETH, QUEEN MOTHER PASSED BY THE CENSOR - NO. 168971 THE QUEEN PRESENTS COLOURS TO THE SASKATOON LIGHT INFANTRY, NOW IN ENGLAND. THE COLOURS WERE THE GIFT OF CITIZENS OF SASKATOON, CANADA. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE QUEEN PRESENTS COLOURS. 25/10/41  PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A ROTA PICTURE AND OTHER AGENCIES HAVE THE SAME PICTURE FOR CIRCULATION FL/AB 242101 251041S NY.AM.T.C9.C1
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NIAGARA FALLS city (Ontario) CANADIANS MARCH IN JOINT FETE. THIS IS PART OF THE PARADE ALONG RIVER ROAD, NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., JUNE 13  WHICH OPENED THE THREE-DAY CELEBRATION OF FLAG DAY, MACARTHUR DAY, AND THE 417TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF MAGNA CHARTA. CANADIAN MILITARY AND NAVAL, AND AUXILIARY AND VETERAN GROUPS CROSSED ONTO U.S. SOIL TO JOIN PARADES THERE----WITH ALL PASSPORT RULES WAIVED FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1940. Associated Press Photo 6 15 42
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World War II Canada Forces in Great Britain RIVER CROSSING EXERCISE. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: THE SQUADRON COMMANDER WITH THE MEGAPHONE IN HIS LEFT HAND HAS BEEN CALLING LANDING INSTRUCTIONS TO THESE MEN OF A CENTRAL ONTARIO ARMOURED UNIT, DURING A RIVER CROSSING EXERCISE IN ENGLAND. 31/5/43 
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CANADIAN WAR BRIDES STUDY GEOGRAPHY. LADY TWEEDSMUIR, WIDOW OF THE LATE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA, TEACHES CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY TO ENGLISH BRIDES OF CANADIAN SOLDIERS---A FEW OF THE MANY BRITISH GIRLS WHO HAVE MARRIED MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES. CLASSES ARE CONDUCTED AT THE LONDON HEADQUARTERS OF THE CANADIAN LEGION TO FAMILIARIZE THE YOUNG WOMEN WITH THE COUNTRY IN WHICH THEY WILL LIVE. 8/6/43 
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