Staff members who accompanied Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England on his visit to London, Ontario
- Arthur A. Gleason, Photographer
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- Item Type
- A black and white group portrait showing the sword bearer and mace bearer who accompanied Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England on his visit to London, Ontario. Mrs. Killingsworth, wife of Alderman E.C. Killingsworth stands to their right looking on appreciatively.
- Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England, his wife, Lady Vincent and his entourage arrived by train at the Canadian Pacific Railway Station on Sept. 1, 1936. Some of the highlights during their approximate eight hour visit included signing the visitor's book at the municipal offices, officially opening the Canadian National Railways Station on York Street, a presentation of the "Royal Swans" at Springbank Park and a train ride to Port Stanley on the London and Port Stanley Railway.
The Lord Mayor and his staff were dressed in their traditional finery and brought the accompanying regalia for the occasion.
The geographic location shows the Canadian Pacific Railway Station where the party initially arrived.
- Date of Publication
- 1 Sep 1936
Width: 27.5 cm
Height: 35.1 cm
- Image Dimensions
Image Width: 25.2cm
Image Height: 32.7cm
- Local identifier
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 42.9936866252175 Longitude: -81.2511288175965
- Creative Commons licence
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- Copyright Statement
- Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
- Recommended Citation
- Ivey Family London Room, London Public Library, London, Ontario, Canada
- Reproduction Notes
- London Room Photograph Archives - PG O39
600 dpi TIFF or jpeg.
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