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  • Parliament Hill
    Image       Reverse, in ink: Parlt Hill - from Peace Tower
    Image     Reverse, in ink: Parlt Hill - from Peace Tower
  • Resolution extending life of parliament and speech of the Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier P.C., G.C.M.G., M.P. in the House of Commons, February 8th, 1916
    Text       Hansard excerpt of a speech presented to Parliament by Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier on February 8, 1916.
    Text     Hansard excerpt of a speech presented to Parliament by Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier on February 8, 1916.
  • Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, Franklin Clark Fry, Arthur Conrad, and Albert Lotz
    Image       Reverse, photographer's stamp: This photo protected by copyright Not for publication or reproduction without written consent Dominion-Wide Photographs 226 Sparks St. Ottawa 4 Phone: 234-7376 Re-order No. 1962 Reverse, in ink: Please return to: Rev. A. F. Conrad 112 Sherwood Drive Ottawa 3, Ontario Reverse, in ink: Seated P.M. Lester ...
    Image     Reverse, photographer's stamp: This photo protected by copyright Not for publication or reproduction without written consent Dominion-Wide Photographs 226 Sparks St. Ottawa 4 Phone: 234-7376 Re-order No. 1962 Reverse, in ...
  • Parliament Hill
    Image       Reverse, in ink: Our capital in prennial fog
    Image     Reverse, in ink: Our capital in prennial fog
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, September 25, 1911
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to Mortimer Bezeau on September 12, 1911. King thanks Bezeau for the letter he just received and the comments he made on King’s defeat in North Waterloo in the Federal Election. King also reminisces about the time and friendships he made while in ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to Mortimer Bezeau on September 12, 1911. King thanks Bezeau for the letter he just received and the comments he made on King’s ...
  • Telegram from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, November 7, 1927
    Text       Telegram from William Lyon Mackenzie King to Mortimer Bezeau on November 7, 1927. King thanks Bezeau for the box of pears and his friendship.
    Text     Telegram from William Lyon Mackenzie King to Mortimer Bezeau on November 7, 1927. King thanks Bezeau for the box of pears and his friendship.
  • Letter from W. H. Measures to C. Mortimer Bezeau, December 17, 1928
    Text       Typewritten letter from W. H. Measures, King's private secretary, to C. Mortimer Bezeau on December 17, 1928. Measures informs Bezeau that Robert Forke, Minister of Immigration and Colonization, will see him December 19th or 21st as per his earlier request for an interview. Additional words and signature handwritten in black ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from W. H. Measures, King's private secretary, to C. Mortimer Bezeau on December 17, 1928. Measures informs Bezeau that Robert Forke, Minister of Immigration and Colonization, will see ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, October 25, 1929
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on October 25, 1929. King thanks Bezeau for the box of russet pears and friendship shown by flowers and fruit over the years. Signature in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on October 25, 1929. King thanks Bezeau for the box of russet pears and friendship shown by flowers and ...
  • Letter from W. H. Measures to C. Mortimer Bezeau, April 12, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from W. H. Measures, King's private secretary, to C. Mortimer Bezeau on April 12, 1930. Measures expresses King's regret at not being able to reply to his letter of March 10 due to the pressure of parliamentary duties. Signature in black ink by W. H. Measures.
    Text     Typewritten letter from W. H. Measures, King's private secretary, to C. Mortimer Bezeau on April 12, 1930. Measures expresses King's regret at not being able to reply to his letter ...
  • Letter from H. R. L. Henry to C. Mortimer Bezeau, April 15, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from H. R. L. Henry, secretary to the President of the Privy Council, to C. Mortimer Bezeau on April 15, 1930. On King's behalf, Henry thanks Bezeau for the kind words in his April 4 letter. Signature in black ink by H. R. L Henry.
    Text     Typewritten letter from H. R. L. Henry, secretary to the President of the Privy Council, to C. Mortimer Bezeau on April 15, 1930. On King's behalf, Henry thanks Bezeau for ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to S. C. Tweed, May 20, 1930
    Text       Copy of typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to S. C. Tweed, representative of Liberal Party in Legislative Assembly of Ontario, on May 20, 1930. King thanks Tweed for the sentiments conveyed in the resolution passed by the Liberal workers in Kitchener.
    Text     Copy of typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to S. C. Tweed, representative of Liberal Party in Legislative Assembly of Ontario, on May 20, 1930. King thanks Tweed for ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, September 13, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on September 13, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for his kind words in his letter on September 11. King sends Bezeau a copy of the speech he made on September 9. Additional words and signature handwritten in black ink by ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on September 13, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for his kind words in his letter on September 11. King sends ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, August 7, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on August 7, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for his earlier letter and regrets that he has not responded sooner. Additional words and signature handwritten in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King.
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on August 7, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for his earlier letter and regrets that he has not responded sooner. ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, October 22, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on October 22, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for the pears and the compliments given about his recent address in Parliament. King also tells Bezeau of the goings on in the government under the new Prime Minister and that he ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on October 22, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for the pears and the compliments given about his recent address in ...
  • Telegram from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, December 5, 1930
    Text       Telegram from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on December 5, 1930. King expresses his delight at Bezeau’s election as Mayor of Kitchener.
    Text     Telegram from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on December 5, 1930. King expresses his delight at Bezeau’s election as Mayor of Kitchener.
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, December 5, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on December 5, 1930. King congratulates Bezeau on his election as mayor and reminisces on their friendship. Additional words and signature handwritten in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King.
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on December 5, 1930. King congratulates Bezeau on his election as mayor and reminisces on their friendship. Additional words ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, June 5, 1931
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on June 5, 1931. King thanks Bezeau for his letter regarding unemployment. He promises to not to bring Kitchener or Bezeau into any controversy over unemployment. Signature in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King. Additional words handwritten in ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on June 5, 1931. King thanks Bezeau for his letter regarding unemployment. He promises to not to bring Kitchener ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, November 3, 1931
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on November 3, 1931. King thanks Bezeau for the box of russet pears and the compliments on his speech in London. King hopes that Bezeau is enjoying his duties as mayor and that he regrets that the city is ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on November 3, 1931. King thanks Bezeau for the box of russet pears and the compliments on his speech ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, June 11, 1932
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on June 11, 1932. King reminisces about the lamp lighter in old Berlin and asks Bezeau if he would be able to find him a lamp and post that he can display at his country home. Additional words and ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on June 11, 1932. King reminisces about the lamp lighter in old Berlin and asks Bezeau if he would ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, July 26, 1932
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on July 26, 1932. King informs Bezeau that Mr. William Knell sent him two old Berlin lamps and lamp posts, and that he wishes to reimburse the costs. King also tells that William Daum Euler admired the lamps when ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on July 26, 1932. King informs Bezeau that Mr. William Knell sent him two old Berlin lamps and lamp ...
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