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Private Life

Sir Charles and Lady Frances Tupper, October 1896.
Sir Charles and Lady Frances Tupper, October 1896.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-025864
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
Statue of Prime Minister Mackenzie King and Pat.
Statue of Prime Minister Mackenzie King and Pat.
© National Library of Canada
Clipping of "End of a Long Companionship", Bruce Hutchinson's obituary for Prime Minister Mackenzie King's dog Pat.
Clipping of "End of a Long Companionship", Bruce Hutchinson's obituary for Prime Minister Mackenzie King's dog Pat.
© Times Colonist
Source: Victoria Times, July 31, 1941

Afterwards

Funeral of John Diefenbaker, 1979.
Funeral of John Diefenbaker, August 22, 1979.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Richard Holden/National Archives of Canada, PA-190428
Statue of Sir Robert Borden being lowered into place on Parliament Hill, 1956.
Statue of Sir Robert Borden being lowered into place on Parliament Hill, 1956.
© National Archives
Credit: Malak/National Archives of Canada, PA-145825

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