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Alone at the Top, page 2

Departmental Buildings: Right Hand Block (East Block), c. 1863-1866.
Departmental Buildings: Right Hand Block (East Block), c. 1863-1866.
© Public Domain
Credit: National Archives of Canada
Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson in his East Block office, April 1963.
Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson in his East Block office, April 1963.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Duncan Cameron/National Archives of Canada, PA-057934
Privy Council Office in the 1880s.
Privy Council Office in the 1880s.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-026357
Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier and his secretary M. Boudrias in his library, 1897.
Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier and his secretary M. Boudrias in his library, 1897.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-061705
Letter with job offer from Prime Minister Mackenzie King to Arnold Heeney, July 13, 1938.
Letter with job offer from Prime Minister Mackenzie King to Arnold Heeney, July 13, 1938.
© Crown/National Archives of Canada
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-140959, C-140960, C-140961, C-140962
Caricature of the Office of the Prime Minister, 1985. Artist: Adrian Raeside
Caricature of the Office of the Prime Minister, 1985. Artist: Adrian Raeside
© Adrian Raeside
Source: National Archives of Canada


The Path to Power, page 1

Receipt for application to the Law Society of Upper Canada issued to John A. Macdonald, February 5, 1836.
Receipt for application to the Law Society of Upper Canada issued to John A. Macdonald, February 5, 1836.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-090941
Lawyer John A. Macdonald, ca. 1845-50.
Lawyer John A. Macdonald, ca. 1845-50.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-121571
John Joseph Caldwell Abbott, MP (Argenteuil) and Dean of Law Faculty, McGill University, April 1870.
John Joseph Caldwell Abbott, MP (Argenteuil) and Dean of Law Faculty, McGill University, April 1870.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-026320
Justice Minister Kim Campbell, 1990.
Justice Minister Kim Campbell, 1990.
© Barbara Woodley/Labatt Breweries of Canada/National Archives of Canada
Source: Woodley, Barbara. Portraits: Canadian Women in Focus. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, c1992. Image 64.
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