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Private Life, page 2

Prime Minister John Thompson with family and friends at W.E. Sanford's cottage in Muskoka
Prime Minister John Thompson with family and friends at W.E. Sanford's cottage in Muskoka, 1894.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-010111
Louis St. Laurent with his grandchildren at an Easter family gathering, 1948.
Louis St. Laurent with his grandchildren at an Easter family gathering, 1948.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-125907
Prime Minister R.B. Bennett with his sister Mildred.
Prime Minister R.B. Bennett with his sister Mildred.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-021528
Émilie Lavergne.
Émilie Lavergne.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-017964
Armand Lavergne, ca. 1920.
Armand Lavergne, ca. 1920.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-135125
Godfroy Patteson, Mrs Wreidt, Joan Patteson and Prime Minister Mackenzie King at Kingsmere.
Godfroy Patteson, Mrs Wreidt, Joan Patteson and Prime Minister Mackenzie King at Kingsmere.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-009066
Mackenzie King with the Forster painting of his mother, Mrs. John King, in his library at Laurier House, ca. 1945.
Mackenzie King with the Forster painting of his mother, Mrs. John King, in his library at Laurier House, ca. 1945.
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Source: National Archives of Canada, C-075053
Transcript of a séance at Laurier House, from Mackenzie King's diary, October 6, 1935.
Transcript of a séance at Laurier House, from Mackenzie King's diary, October 6, 1935.
© Crown / National Archives of Canada
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-083734
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