41 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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Winston CHURCHILL (NY17-AUG. 26) CHURCHILL REVISITS NIAGARA FALLS---NO PICTURES OF WINSTON CHURCHILL DURING HIS AUG. 11,  VISIT TO THE CANADIAN SIDE OF NIAGARA FALLS WERE RELEASED AT THAT TIME, BUT THIS BRITISH OFFICIAL PICTURE OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND HIS DAUGHTER, MARY, WAS RECEIVED IN NEW YORK TODAY BY CLIPPER FROM LONDON. THIS VIEW WAS TAKEN AT FAMED HORSESHOF. FALLS. THE PRIME MINISTER SAID THAT HE FIRST VISITED THE FALLS IN 1900.
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QUEBEC CONFERENCE 1943 BIG THREE OF UNITED NATIONS TOGETHER IN QUEBEC CITY QUEBEC, August 18th ? Within the ancient walls of Quebec's historic Citadel, summer residence of Canada's Governor General, the heads of Great Britain, Canada and the United States sat in conference today with their combined chiefs of staff, In the afternoon they came out on the terrace overlooking the St. Lawrence to pose for photographers and newsreel cameramen. President Roosevelt, left, sat beside the Earl of Athlone, Governor General of Canada, while behind them stood Prime Minister Mackenzie King and Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Concerned about the safety of photographers who climbed up on the parapet to make their pictures, Mr. King and Mr. Churchill warned them several times not to slip and fall off.
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QUEBEC CONFERENCE Victory greetings are exchanged by Prime Minister Churchill and President Roosevelt at Wolfe's Cove, Quebec City, yesterday as they met again for their 10th conference, presaging new moves to score a quick knockout of Germany and an intensified Allied effort to speed Japan's defeat.
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WORLD WAR II DIEPPE PASSED BY CENSOR. CANADIANS CELEBRATE LIBERATION OF DIEPPE. TO CELEBRATE THE LIBERATION OF DIEPPE THE CANADIAN ARMY HELD A PARADE THROUGH THE MAIN STREETS OF THE PORT ON SUNDAY SEPT 3,  AT THE SAME TIME OBSERVING THE FIFTTH ANNIVERSARY OF CANADA AND BRITAIN'S ENTRY INTO THE WAR. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: SITTING AMONG THE FLOWERS STREWN ALONG THE ROUTE, THIS YOUNGSTER WAVES TO THE CANADIAN SOLDIERS OBLIVIOUS TO WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT BUT SHE LOOKS CUT NEVERTHELESS.
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CALAIS France FOR FIRST PUBLICATION MORNING PAPERS FRIDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER . CALAIS GUNS SILENCED. THE LAST SET OF THE LARGEST NAZI GUNS ON THE CHANNEL COAST AT CALAIS HAS BEEN TAKEN BY THE CANADIANS. THESE ARE THE 406 .M.M. (16 INS.) GUNS -- ONE OF WHICH WAS FOUND TO HAVE BEEN HIT BY THE DOVER GUNS AND PUT OUT OF ACTION. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: INSPECTING A 16 INS. GUN CAPTURED AT CALAIS ARE L TO R: SPR. G.G. BENNETT OF CALGARY; LT. G.W. THEAKSTON OF HALIFAX, N.S. AND CPL. K.L. McCULLOCH OF KENNYCOCK, N.S. 28/9/44
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