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Banner: First Among Equals: The Prime Minister in Canadian Life and Politics
Picture Gallery

Prime Minister Pearson getting ready to be an honorary member of the Blackfoot people.

Pearson with natives in headdresses
death mask of Laurier
Believe it or not, this is Prime Minister Laurier's "death mask". It was made by taking an impression of Laurier's face after he died in 1919. It was quite a common thing to do in those days.
Prime Minister Mackenzie King liked his office at Laurier House better than the one on Parliament Hill because it was quieter and more comfortable. colour photo of Mackenzie King's office at Laurier House

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