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Description found in Archives
September 20, 1901
Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Negatives - glass
Scope and content
This image depicts the royal couple, Prime Minister Laurier and his wife Lady Laurier leaving a pavilion on Parliament Hill after giving a speech. They are surrounded by dignitaries and politicians who are also in the process of leaving the event.
Glass plate negatives do not travel. Mus
t be consulted at Preservation Centre.
Copy negative PA-011802
00591E Item no. assigned by LAC 11
Credit: William James Topley/Library and Archives Canada/PA-011802
Restrictions on use: Nil
George 1865-1936. V, King of Great Britain,
Depicted: Laurier, Wilfrid, 1841-1919. Sir,
Depicted: Laurier, Zoé, 1842-1921. Lady,
Photographer: Topley, William James, 1845-1930.
Depicted: Mary, 1867-1953 . Queen, Consort of George V, King of Great Britain,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier walks with the Duchess of Cornwall and York near the lower right foreground of the image. Behind them, Lady Laurier follows with the future King George V (the Duke of Cornwall and York).
2. Topley Album 21
1. Visits of state Canada
2. Visites officielles Canada
3. Colline parlementaire (Ottawa, Ont.)
4. Parliament Hill (Ottawa, Ont.)
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