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Letter from John Thompson to Annie Affleck, December 3, 1869, and letter in shorthand.
Letter from John Thompson to Annie Affleck, December 3, 1869, and letter in shorthand.
© Estate of John Thompson
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-079450, C-079451
Sir Charles Tupper with his family.
Sir Charles Tupper with his family.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-027817
Prime Minister John Thompson with family and friends at W.E. Sanford's cottage in Muskoka, 1894.
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
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's death mask, 1919.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's death mask, 1919.
© National Library of Canada
Prime Minister Lester Pearson receiving honorary membership in the Blackfoot Confederacy, July 18, 1966.
Prime Minister Lester Pearson receiving honorary membership in the Blackfoot Confederacy, July 18, 1966.
© Crown / Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Source : National Archives of Canada, C-114799
Mackenzie King's study at Laurier House.
Mackenzie King's study at Laurier House.
© National Library of Canada
Prime Minister Kim Campbell on the cover of L'actualité, October 1, 1993.
Prime Minister Kim Campbell on the cover of L'actualité, October 1, 1993.
© L'actualité
$5 Bill.
$5 Bill.
© Bank of Canada, National Currency Collection

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