67 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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MACKENZIE KING VISITS CANADIAN TROOPS PRIME MINISTER MACKENZIE KING OF CANADA STOPS TO SPEAK WITH CAPT. F. MOUSSEAU, OF HULL, QUEBEC, IN HIS REVIEW OF CANADIAN TROOPS IN ENGLAND AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF HIS PARTICIPATION IN THE EMPIRE PREMIERS CONFERENCE IN LONDON. THIS IS AN OFFICIAL CANADIAN MILITARY PHOTO. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO JC 11.41 PEW 5/23/44 LON-PL 6
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(Rt. Hon) William Lyon Mackenzie KING circa 1940
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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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MacKENZIE KING Prime Minister of Canada. Added caption: Prime Minister MacKenzie King, left, of Canada meets Ambassador Lester B. Pearson at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC, September 29, 1945, following the Prime Minister's arrival by plane from Canada. King's itinerary will include a visit with President Truman and a stop in New York City. AP PHOTO
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COMMONWEALTH PRIME MINISTERS MEET THREE PRIME MINISTERS OF THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS MET AT NO. 10 DOWNING ST., LONDON, APRIL 28TH TO DISCUSS EMPIRE PROBLEMS. LEFT TO RIGHT ARE; MACKENZIE KING, PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA; WINSTON CHURCHILL, PREMIER OF GREAT BRITAIN; AND PETER FRASER, PRIME MINISTER OF NEW ZEALAND. FRASER AND KING WERE THE FIRST PRIME MINISTERS TO ARRIVE. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO 39 AK 5/5/44 820 PEW LON CAN FLS TMC PA AUS NZEAL JOH
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