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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: QUEBEC LIBERATION FRONT WHERE DO YOU START?—A Quebec provincial policeman searches a young lady outside the Hall of Justice in Montreal before she is allowed in to view the body of murdered Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte, Everyone entering the building was searched. It was part t of the strict security measures that were clamped on Quebec, and particularly Montreal, during The FLQ Crisis. (CP Photo) The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: QUEBEC LIBERATION FRONT WHERE DO YOU START?—A Quebec provincial policeman searches a young lady outside the Hall of Justice in Montreal before she is allowed in to view the body of murdered Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte, Everyone entering the building was searched. It was part t of the strict security measures that were clamped on Quebec, and particularly Montreal, during The FLQ Crisis. (CP Photo)January 19, 1971, transparent
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January 19, 1971
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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QUEBEC LIBERATION FRONT WHERE DO YOU START?—A Quebec provincial policeman searches a young lady outside the Hall of Justice in Montreal before she is allowed in to view the body of murdered Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte, Everyone entering the building was searched. It was part t of the strict security measures that were clamped on Quebec, and particularly Montreal, during The FLQ Crisis. (CP Photo)
Unknown Photographer / CP Photo
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The Liberals were in power
Richard M. Nixon was President

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