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Picture Gallery
Young Tupper with his family

Prime Minister Tupper had lots of children. In the 1800s, families often had more children than families today.
Thompson and friends at Muskoka cottage
This is Prime Minister Thompson (sitting on bench) having fun with his family and friends at a summer cottage. Back in 1894, people looked dressed up even when they were relaxing.

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